Equal parts time-travel movie and eighties romp, Back to the Future remains a pivotal flick of the Reagan decade.
In a rare sequel that isn't disappointing, Fox hits the DeLorian again -- this time heading to the future, not the past.
A classic fish-out-of-water flick finds Fox -- playing a plastic surgeon -- serving as a doctor in a small southern town.
Channeling his Family Ties character, Fox impersonates a corporate bigwig in order to make it in the big city.
With some hilarious moments and some of the more-outlandish sports scenes ever, Teen Wolf is a natural for the cult following it's attained.
In a dark Vietnam movie, Fox plays a soldier with a conscience, butting heads with another soldier (Sean Penn) who's killed a prostitute.
The diminutive Michael J. Fox is a natural as a cute mouse adopted into a human family.
Fox stars as a concierge with big dreams -- his own hotel. But the key is the chemistry between him and co-star Gabrielle Anwar.
Fox, playing against type as a coke-addled yuppie, is perfect to star in a movie that at once glorifies the eighties and condemns them.
A man (Fox) and his sister (Joan Jett) pursue their dreams of rock-and-roll stardom, and Fox proves he looks good in a leather coat.