A naval captain's insanity provokes a mutiny, leading to a gripping court martial drama.
Concerts, interviews, rabid fans...just another day in the life for the Beatles in their first movie.
After a devastating loss, a former shaolin monk develops a new fighting style to defeat an old friend turned ruthless enemy.
James Cagney takes on the mob in G-Men, a glorified - but superbly entertaining - account of the FBI's war on organized crime.
The Sandman (Vol. 2) #19 (September, 1990) - "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Neil Gaiman (writer), Charles Vess (pencils & inks)
William Shakespeare's newest masterpiece premieres for a most unusual audience in this award-winning comic from Neil Gaiman.
Ye lubbers may be able ta talk like a pirate...but in this classic video game, ye can plunder, treasure hunt, an' insult sword fight like one too!
The legendary Miyazaki Hayao makes his feature-length directorial debut in this first-rate installment of the Lupin III franchise.
I didn't think I'd be doing another Hitchcock film here on the INCspotlight, but his sole Hollywood attempt at comedy was too tempting to pass up.
It's been a long time since I've had a favorite superhero. Having read tons of DC and Marvel comics (as well as various indies) since I started becoming a hardcore collector, and seen a vast majority of the movies, there are simply too many characters from both companies that I like for me to set one, or even a handful, over all the rest. Any sense of favoritism depends on which character I'm in the mood to read about at a given time.
Still, if I was forced to at least come up with a top five list from each company, Daredevil would undoubtedly make the Marvel list. He's been a heavy-hitter in my comic collection since I started getting serious about collecting. I still remember buying my first Daredevil comics during a family vacation in Canada, and I was able to get a huge lot of them at a super-low price on eBay when I was in college. Hell, I even like the 2003 movie with Ben Affleck - I saw it twice in theaters - and I continue to defend it, even while I acknowledge its shortcomings. (The director's cut was an improvement, but I admit it had its own issues.)
Sammo Hung takes on the Bruceploitation genre in Enter the Fat Dragon, a martial arts comedy with spectacular action sequences...and little else to offer.
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