Last of the Finest (1990) All-star rogue do-gooders tale, not as good as Untouchables, better than Expendables.
She (1983) If Alejandro Jodorowsky wrote the script for Mad Max and gave it to Terry Gilliam to direct, it would be kinda like this.
Nighthawks (1981) If you’ve never considered Sly Stallone as much of a thespian, dig this cat-and-mouse thriller gem.
Clean Slate (1994) Memento as a comedy – wackiness ensues.
Malibu Express (1985) Lots of big guns and bouncing boobs from the last great exploitation auteur, Andy Sidaris.
Desperate Hours (1990) Updated version of the original ‘home invasion’ story, featuring a cast of some of the finest actors in the prime of their careers.
Three O’Clock High (1987) The best and most simple movie about a high school bully ever made.
Executive Decision (1996) Very, very few action movies perfect the suspense formula as well as this one.
Narrow Margin (1990) Another thriller remake, starring Gene Hackman in a claustrophobic ‘John McClane’ situation.
Little Fauss and Big Halsey (1970) Early exploitation comedy with the very unlikely buddy-duo of Robert Redford and Michael J. Pollard.
Greedy (1994) Breezy situation comedy with several belly laughs and a great surprise ending.
The Frisco Kid (1979) Willy Wonka and Han Solo hit the road in a Western Buddy comedy. How much more do you want from a movie?
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges as a sort of modern day 'Butch and Sundance,' complete with snappy dialogue and plenty of action.
The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) This film is rarely mentioned in the same breath as Jimmy Stewart or Billy Wilder, yet it's one of their finest, respectively. Watch with a sandwich.
Hell House (2001) A stomach-churning glimpse at the sheer insanity of Evangelical Christians.
Primer (2004) The most realistic exploration of the invention of Time Travel.
Happy-Go-Lucky (2009) A terrific pick-me-up film about the most darling person that never lived.
The Snowman (1982) It will make you smile and weep with its beauty and simplicity. The score is Christmas morning.
Paris, Texas (1984) A film so gorgeous to look at that the plot doesn't even matter.
Crash Course (1988) A side-splitting teen movie that shows Alyssa Milano hip hop dancing. Nuff' said.
Burden of Dreams (1982) A well documented exhibition into the madness and exhaustion of a good director.
Observe and Report (2009) Imagine if Taxi Driver was hilarious from beginning to end.