A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, a movie that debuted to generally negative reviews, is one of Steven Spielberg's most underestimated works and merits more acclaim for everything it does.
Hackers, a criminal thriller to end all crime thrillers, is one of those movies that has survived despite early box office setbacks and a legitimately dismal critical debut.
You didn't think we would pass up the chance to give Jennifer's Body our appreciation, did you?
Man on Fire, an adaptation by the late blockbuster auteur Tony Scott, was another movie that was highly derided upon release in 2004 yet still has much to offer today.
In the psychological thriller Shutter Island, helmed by a certain Martin Scorsese, horror is generated equally by the internal and external worlds.
Support the Girls is the film on this list that receives the least attention and appreciation.
A movie that combines the supernatural with the macabre In The Northman, Robert Eggers shows his dedication to the finer points of the art while working on a canvas that is larger than anything he has done previously.