Black Dynamite This totally shocked me. One of my friends suggested it, and I thought it sounded dumb, but I said ok. This is probably the funniest movie I have ever seen in my life. It makes fun of the "blaxploitation" movies, but you can enjoy it even if you've never seen any (I haven't- yet). I'm always watching clips of it on youtube because it's just that funny. If I didn't see the release year, I would have completely thought it was an actual 70's movie- they nailed it. The Bourne Identity How the HELL have I managed NOT to see this until just recently? I love action movies. This is awesome and not stupid-cheesy. That is all. Snow Angels I can't believe this is directed by the same guy who did Pineapple Express! This movie is not a happy one, so don't go into it expecting to feel ok after watching it. I really feel for all the characters. I don't know what else to say; see it for yourself! The Hills Have Eyes Womp womp, another unpopular one. Just like Last House on the Left, I watched this right after the original, and liked it much better. I guess I just don't really like Wes Craven's earlier stuff. I don't see why it got so much shit, I thought it was a good, effective horror movie. The Magdalene Sisters I'm surprised I haven't seen this earlier, since feminism is such an important issue to me. It's basically about how "fallen women" were outcast in Ireland and more or less made slaves in laundromats. The sad part is, it's mostly true. If you get the dvd, it includes the original short documentary that the movie was based on. It's really upsetting to hear how these women were treated for being "sinners". Saw Say what you want about all the sequels, but I haven't seen any and I thought this was great. More of a thriller than a horror movie in my opinion. I know the others are all supposed to kind of suck, but this had a solid, intriguing storyline, and Danny Glover is always cool. Lust, Caution I saved the best for last! This movie is NC-17 and has some really explicit sex scenes, so don't watch it if you'll be offended. Can I go on a tangent really quick? I hate how in America, lots of people act so disgusted by sex, or even nonsexual nudity in movies, but are like WOOHOO BLOW THAT GUY'S BRAINS OUT! It's stupid to think something natural like sex is worse than murder and torture. Oh no, your kid is scarred for life because he saw a vagina on tv for two seconds. Big deal. Anyway. I have over 200 favorite movies (I know, lol), but this is probably somewhere in the top. It's over 2 hours long, and has such a complex storyline. I don't have much else to say except to gush about how great it was, so someday when you have the time to sit through this, you should. Thanks for sticking through these posts! I'd love to hear any comments you may have.