Dunno if its been mentioned or not, dont really want to have to scroll through the 5 pages to find out but here's a few suggestions:
Devil's Advocate (GREAT film)
Wall Street (You can watch it just in time for its upcoming prequel this year )
Constantine (another great reeves film)
Seven Pounds (I've never cried to a film, apart from this one...it has a slow start but it all builds up to the climactic finish which just hits you like a wave)
Pursuit of Happiness (Not quite as powerful as seven pounds, but still a pretty damn emotional film)
Lucky Number Slevin
That's all I can think of off the top of my head, as you can see quite a few of my faves focus on dystopian futures, I love those type of films. Too bad I've seen almost all of them, we need more!!
Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels (watching it on TV at the moment)
The Boat that Rocked
American Beauty (not sure if you said that one)
Godfather Trilogy? (also on tv)
The Big Lebowski
Rebel Without A Cause (if you like the good old oldens with james dean)
Withnail and I
Superstars: Karen Carpenter story
The Hangover - LOVE this film
OH! AND The Usual Suspects
Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless mind - trippy!!
back to the future
the green mile
OR for a very very random 'educational' thing, watch an unconvenient truth
(Original post by RabbitCFH)
This Is England, The Believer, A Midnight Clear, Dark Blue, Gridiron Gang, Any Given Sunday, Friday Night Lights, Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Thing, The Italian Job.
Sorry too many, choose ONE that is really good instead
(Original post by homebythefence)
Inglorious Basterds. Such a great movie.
Seen it, pretty good but boring at times, still loved it though!
(Original post by AnonymousPenguin)
The Painted Veil
All of last years Oscar nominees. This year's are a bit meh, but The Hurt Locker is awesome.
EDIT: Inglorious basterds are soo awesome. So is Thank you for smoking.
Seen inglorious and thanks for smoking, I'll check out the hurt locker..
(Original post by little_wizard123)
Jackie Brown, A Clockwork Orange, The Godfather!?
Seen Jackie brown, loved it, seen the godfather, most boring film ever, clockwork orange is too old..
(Original post by Ears)
Im guessing you have enough films to watch now.
One can never have enough films to watch!
(Original post by Earl Nuce)
No Country For Old Men
A Clockwork Orange
Seen no country for old men, good film, the others are either foreign or too old
(Original post by DaveSteed24)
The Good the Bad and the Ugly - absolute favourite film Classic
Too old, the oldest films I'll watch is 1990+ i do make exceptions though
(Original post by hamster33)
try watching wall street. its kinda old, but the sequel is coming out later this year so now would be a great time to watch it.
Old but seems interesting, thanks I'll get it!
(Original post by FrancesO)
Primer! intelligent time travel film.
Someone else recommended it, geting it as we speak
(Original post by ilovepolska)
join my wolfpack, the hangover is the best-est.
yet to see the hangover, think I'll find it boring though..
(Original post by Celtic_Anthony) Vietnam:
The Deer Hunter
We Were Soldiers
Once Upon A Time In America
The Godfather (and The Godfather: Part 2)
Das Edukators/The Educators
Das Leben Des Anderes/The Lives of Others
The Motorcycle Diaries
Waltz with Bashir
That's enough for now.
Seen the Godfather and the deer hunter.. don't really enjoy foreign or old films
(Original post by CryogenicTribe)
you've seen some **** films as well
Really? Which ones would you say were ****? Very interested in your reply!!
(Original post by Ooops)
The Usual Suspects
28 Days Later
Dead Mans Shoes
The Godfather 1 and 2 the thirds pretty poor
If your prepared to read subtitles or fluent in German then Downfall and The Wave are pretty good
Seen 28 days later and memento, pretty good, seen parts of the usual suspects, need to get round to watching all of it, I have dead mans shoes, need to get round to watching that as well, seen the godfather, goudn it boring
(Original post by *Mazz_Peace*)
If you've seen Shaun of the Dead then you will probably like Hot Fuzz. Its by the same director and has the same main characters. I saw it recently and really enjoyed it, very funny!
Seen them both and I disagree, Shaun of the dead was clever, witty and interesting where as Hot Fuzz felt stupid and immature..