Domino, sometimes I just put the audio on my iPod.
Requiem for a dream / devils advocate / idioterne
Just about anything with Jackie Chan, but Rumble in the Bronx in particular. I could watch that twice a day for a week and not hate it.
La Nuit Americaine.
Equilibrium and Inception
12 Angry Men
I must say: The Motorcycle Diaries. A film about young Che Guevara travelling the south America terrain with his best friend, Alberto Granada.
Breakfast at Tiffany's.
film about prehistory , culture and disaster
The silence of the lambs.
Mr. Bine and Charil Chaplin
Memento. Anything by Paul how-do-you-spell-it Verhoeven.
Casablanca. The penultimate romance movie. To me, what makes it so special is the fact the hero not only doesn't get the girl, but he gives her up. Great lines, great music, everything about it is the best of Hollywood.
Lord of the Rings