2001: A Space Odysey The Shining Clockwork Orange Platoon Full Metal Jacket Apocalypse Now The Cube The Godfather trilogy V for Vendetta(as mentioned bellow) The Good, The Bad and The Ugly For A Few Dollars More Artificial Inteligence
Here's some bonuses. Cartoons and anime! Ghost in the Shell Akira Paprika Transformers(1896)
Watch American Beauty (I would say Fight Club was my favorite movie, then I saw this movie last night). It is very similar to Fight Club (heck I would go so far as to say Edward Norton's character and Kevin Spacey's character parallel each other).
And I know I need to watch the Godfather. To be honest I actually saw the first half. I didn't stop watching because it was a crappy movie, it was just at night and I got tired (of course I'm only referring to the first one)
81/2 A Zed & Two Noughts Fantastic Planet Stalker The Double life of Veronique Mother The Seventh Seal Brazil The Cameraman The Kid 10 Rillington Place The Birds The Killing Battleground The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) The Lower Depths The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
Thanks Cowboy, as I said saw Watchmen (the movie) and loved the comic. And is American Beauty any good? (heard it was amazing, but I've experienced disappoint with amazing movies before *cough* The Graduate *cough*)
Also I actually probably would check some of these movies out (I don't have much else to say, sorry)
They definitely are, I got emotional ever since the narrator discussed how he was. And the film is just beautiful with just the cinematography, directing, and no character is good or bad and I feel like every character is human (in the sense they are all 3 dimensional and unique).
The big lebowski: The funniest movie EVAR!!! Waltz with Bashir: very melancholic and somehow incredible beautiful Watchmen: Based on the (at my opinion) best comic of all times Princess Mononoke: the best Anime-movie I've ever saw
Holy shit, The Big Lebowski is my favorite comedy of all time as well(and I love it outside its humor, like for it being ingeniously written/directed and acted, especially John Goodman as Walter, and the story is also awesome and noir-ish)
and I saw Watchmen (the movie) a while back, I enjoyed and thought it was okay. But THEN a couple of months ago I read AND LOVED the graphic novel and now I got it for Christmas.
as for the others, I haven't seen them. But my favorite anime movie is (the stereotypical choice) Akira.