• Titanic

    Attacked during its making with all the obvious puns. But it became the most profitable movie in history (surpassed only by Jim Cameron’s own Avatar) and swept the Academy Awards, winning 11 including Best Picture.

  • Avatar

    The highest grossing film in history! By a wide margin.

  • Lincoln

    Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece. Nominated for 12 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Daniel Day-Lewis won the Oscar for Best Actor.

  • Life Of Pi

    “Faith is a house with many rooms.” Earned over $600 million worldwide box office, eleven Oscar nominations and the Academy Award for Best Director for Ang Lee. The fourth film Mr. Rothman and Mr. Lee collaborated on.

  • Descendants

    Won Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and Golden Globes for Best Picture and Best Actor for George Clooney.

  • Master And Commander

    Nominated for 10 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director (Peter Wier). Roger Ebert gave it 4 stars out of 4, saying “it achieves the epic without losing sight of the human.” A passion project for Mr. Rothman who worked twelve years to bring it to the screen.

  • Cast Away

    “Wilson!”

  • Black Swan

    And the Oscar goes to Natalie Portman for Best Actress.

  • Walk The Line

    Nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Actor (Joaquin Phoenix), Best Costume Design (Arianne Phillips) and Best Actress for Reese Witherspoon (which she won). Reese Witherspoon received 15 additional awards for her role as June Carter Cash that year.

  • The Devil Wears Prada

    The incomparable Meryl Streep.

  • X-Men

    The first artistically and commercially successful Marvel film ever made. It spawned not only six further X-Men films (so far), but lead to Spiderman and to Marvel becoming a film company in its own right. The birth of a new era in which comics were treated as serious literature for film.

  • Moulin Rouge

    “Above all things I believe in love.” Postmodern and radical, Baz Luhrmann at his finest with the first musical nominated for Best Picture in 10 years. Earned eight Oscars nominations overall, including Best Actress for Nicole Kidman.

  • Minority Report

    Philip K. Dick, Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise unite to create cautionary sci-fi at its best.

  • Juno

    Cost just $6.5 million to make but earned $231 million worldwide. Won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Diablo Cody.

  • Slumdog Millionaire

    Fox Searchlight Pictures’ first Academy Award Winner for Best Picture!

  • Modern Family

    Nominated for 7 Television Critic Awards (3 wins), 13 Writers Guild of America Award nominations (5 wins), 3 Director’s Guild Award nominations (2 wins), 14 Screen Actor’s Guild Award nominations (2 wins), 10 Golden Globe Award nominations (1 win) and 45 Primetime Emmy Award nominations (16 wins). And that’s just the first four seasons.

  • Glee

    Gleek out! Nominated for over 150 awards, of which it has won more than 70.

  • Homeland

    Won the 2012 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, the 2011 and 2012 Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama, and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and Lead Actress in a Drama Series.

  • 127 Hours

    Based on an incredible true story, brought to life by the genius of Danny Boyle and the talent of James Franco.

  • 27 Dresses

    Costume designer heaven.

  • 28 Days Later

    Danny Boyle reinvents the zombie horror film, proving that as a filmmaker he can truly do everything.

  • 500 Days Of Summer

    A sleeper hit earning eight times its budget. The first film by Marc Webb, a great new talent who went on to master Spiderman.

  • The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen

    Terry Gilliam goes wild.

  • Alien Resurrection

  • AVP: Alien vs. Predator

  • Alvin And The Chipmunks

    Together, the three chipmunk films grossed nearly one billion dollars worldwide. ALVIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Antwone Fisher

    The acclaimed directorial debut of Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington.

  • The A-team

  • Australia

    Characteristically stylish Baz Luhrmann tribute to his homeland.

  • Banger Sisters

  • The Beach

  • Beasts Of The Southern Wild

    Nominated for four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay.

  • Bedazzled

  • Behind Enemy Lines

  • Bend It Like Beckham

    Nobody bends it like Beckham.

  • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

    “Everything will be alright in the end. If it’s not alright, it’s not the end.”

  • The Best Intentions

    Won the Palme d’Or at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

  • The Big Year

  • Black Robe

  • Blood And Wine

  • Bloodhounds Of Broadway

  • Borat

    “Is Nice!”

  • Boys Don’t Cry

    Best Actress Oscar for Hilary Swank.

  • Bride Wars

  • The Brothers Mcmullen

    The first film ever released by Fox Searchlight Pictures. Won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival.

  • Bulworth

    President Barack Obama has remarked that he often wishes he could go “Full Bulworth.”

  • Candy Mountain

    Robert Frank is a giant in 20th Century American art.

  • Cheaper By The Dozen

    “Two Thumbs Up” by Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper, became a box office hit, spawning a successful franchise.