Remember, my tastes are eclectic. I like anything that's well-written and visually appealing to my dramatic, artistic, or geek nature. But if you liked the other lists, you'll like these.
Part foodie, part road-trip, part father-son film, this Jon Favreau film
watches like a modern fairy tale.
And it's a real treat.
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame (PG-13)
Just watch it.
Good Will Hunting (R)
The film that catapulted Matt Damon into stardom.
Beautifully written, captivating performances.
I really. Really. Really. Really. Love. This. Film.
If you haven't seen this Jim Henson classic, complete with singing/dancing/evil David Bowie
RECTIFY YOUR LACK IMMEDIATELY.
Matthew McConaughey is so compelling here.
Night of the Living Dead - 1968 (R)
Curious from whence The Walking Dead sprang?
Silver Linings Playbook (R)
The winning team of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence as two crazy people in love?
Hilarious and heart-breaking in turns.
Remember The Host, that Korean monster flick recommended in the June list?
This is by the same director.
What's Eating Gilbert Grape? (PG-13)
Quiet little drama film, when Leonardo DiCaprio wasn't anyone yet,
but his performance is spectacular.
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