Saw this once. Don't remember it well, but I might like to see it again.
Benny & Joon
My high school graduating class got to see a movie in the theater, and we had to vote what to see. I voted for this, but the movie we ended up seeing was "Indecent Proposal." I did see this years later, and probably wasn't wild about it, but I'd like to see it again to write a review. (I expect I'll put my review under "mental health movies," but for now that doesn't have a "want to see" page.)
The Big Chill (Criterion)
The Brothers McMullen
Buffalo '66 (A.V. Club)
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Dear White People
La Dolce Vita (Criterion)
Fight Club (A.V. Club; WAW)
The Fisher King (Criterion)
I saw this once, but I don't remember it well. I'd like to see it again. (I would probably put the review in the "mental health movies" section.)
Fried Green Tomatoes
Hero (Great but Forgotten)
I'm really not sure whether I've seen this or not.
The Hudsucker Proxy
In Good Company
King of Hearts (Great but Forgotten)
Mad Dog and Glory (Great but Forgotten)
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Men, Women & Children
I think I saw this once. I'd like to see it again, just to write a review.
Postcards from the Edge (Mill Creek Entertainment)
The Pretty One
Ready to Wear (Prêt-à-Porter)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
See You in Valhalla
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
She's Gotta Have It
Short Cuts (Criterion; Great but Forgotten)
Six Degrees of Separation
Something Wild (Criterion)
To Die For
Saw this once. Don't think I was that into it, but I wouldn't mind seeing it again.
I probably saw this on TV or something, once, though it could have been any time from the mid-90s to the early 2000s. And I don't remember anything about it. (I could even be confusing it with "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, about which I also remember nothing.)
Never saw it, but it's a quasi-sequel to The Commitments, which I liked a lot. (Actually it's the third in the quasi-trilogy, after a TV movie "The Snapper," which I also haven't seen.)
Welcome to Me
If I ever get around to seeing this, I might put the review under "mental health movies."
Saw this once.
The World According to Garp