What’s your fav underrated movie you think more people should know about?

What’s your fav underrated movie you think more people should know about?

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  1. Edge of Tomorrow. It was a Tom Cruise movie that came out around 2014-15 with little to no fan fair. But the movie is legitimately the best Sci-Fi movie I’ve seen in the last 15 years. The movie is basically a 50/50 mash up of War of the World’s and Groundhog Day. An utter masterpiece that sadly died to a shit marketing campaign. Thankfully, it’s received a cult following over the years, but still doesn’t get thr recognition it deserves. (Edge of Tomorrow is to Sci-Fi what Dredd 3-D was to comicbook movies. A masterpiece that no one saw until it was released on DVD/Blu-ray. A real fuckin tragedy since both had the potential to spawn amazing sequels.)

  2. Not sure if it’s really underrated, but Everything everywhere all at once it’s just amazing. EVERYTHING in the movie makes sense to be there even if it doesn’t look like it, jokes and actual human emotions, a distinctive aesthetic. Best multiverse movie I’ve watched. Besides, the protagonist having an undiagnosed ADHD even if it’s not explicitly talked about is something that hit me hard, but i felt so talked to.

  3. Memento

    It’s about a dude who can’t create new memories hunting for his wife’s murderer. The movie progresses backwards so you as the viewer are just as confused as the main character when a scene abruptly starts and you have no idea where he is or what’s going on.

    Great movie

  4. Coherence. 50k budget filmed in guys living room over the span of a few days. Mainly improv by all the actors. The director co-directed a bunch of famous movies like Rango, Baby Driver, etc. and just wanted to do one of his own. Banger flick.

  5. I don’t know whether it’s underrated by critics, but I do know I have never seen it on any “best of” lists or seen it mentioned on film subreddits and whatnot.

    It’s called “The Perfect Host” and stars David Hyde Pierce as a well-to-do guy targeted in his home by a criminal trying to lay low…but the criminal has no idea that his host for the evening is completely psycho.

    The film is darkly hilarious, disturbing, gratifying, and surprising by turns, and I recommend it to *everyone* who enjoys horror films.

  6. Rango (2011) It’s a western about a Chameleon (Johnny Depp) questing about a desert in search of water and identity with absolutely no fucking clue about anything it’s great

  7. Murder By Death (1976)

    5 of the world’s foremost literary detectives are invited to dinner by an eccentric Millionaire to solve a murder that has yet to be committed. Hilarity ensues.

    Staring Peter Sellers, Maggie Smith, David Nevin, Eileen Brennen, Peter Falk, Elsa Lanchester, Nancy Walker, James Coco, Estelle Winwood, Alec Guiness, and Truman Capote (in his only ever acting role). Writen by Broadway legend Neil Simon

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