which movie is a great hidden gem and why? by QuestionGuy September 20, 2022, 7:15 pm which movie is a great hidden gem and why? What do you think? 1 Point Upvote Downvote AskAskMegemgreathiddenmovieQuestion and Answer See more Previous article TIL during the US Civil War 40 suspected Union sympathizers were hung and 2 shot while trying to escape in Gainesville Texas in October 1862. The killings took place after trials by a packed juries in which guilt was decided by majority vote. Most of the dead were innocent of the charges. Next article TIL one of the most successful playwrights in history was an Roman era African slave. Terrence was freed when his talent was discovered. He went on to become rich and famous . His works were read widely during the Medieval period as a tool for learning Latin. https://www.instagram.com/readoldebooks 45 Comments Leave a Reply *The ‘Frisco Kid*–Harrison Ford and Gene Wilder. Ford is a cowboy in the run and Wilder is a rabbi moving from Poland to San Francisco. Log in to Reply In Bruges Log in to Reply Odd Thomas. Great actors with great chemistry. Log in to Reply Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Makes no sense, hilarious but also has one pretty creepy scene Log in to Reply Der Hauptmann. I went into it completely blind. If you want to watch this movie do not do any prior research Log in to Reply RAD Log in to Reply Hidden Gems Log in to Reply The Man from Earth.: A very well made dialogue based movie.very engaging Carnage : adapted from a play with brilliant performances from A listers. Also dialogue based. Two Mules for sister Sara : Clint Eastwood and Shirley Maclaine Den of Thieves : good heist movie Shot caller : good prison movie First reformed: poetic Bad Day to Go Fishing : bittersweet and funny Log in to Reply Sneakers – great ensemble cast. It’s a little dated, but still fun Log in to Reply *The Game* Log in to Reply The Nice Guys Log in to Reply Road to Perdition. Epic screenplay, score, cinematography, and performances. Log in to Reply Tortilla Soup (Mexican-American re-make of Eat Drink Man Woman) Lone Star/The Secret of Roan Inish- great John Sales directed movies Niagara – film noir with Marilyn Monroe Log in to Reply *Cat on a Hot Tin Roof*. It used to be considered a classic; now it seems like it’s mostly forgotten. Tennessee Williams is one of the greatest writers in American history, and *Cat* is his best work. Log in to Reply The Dish It’s a passable historical fiction, but it is worth the watch to see Patrick Warburton play something other than a moron Log in to Reply *Shaolin Soccer* Because it has kung fu *and* soccer. Log in to Reply Rounders. Just cause. Good actors, good character development, good storyline. Log in to Reply Nacho Libre. Just rewatched it and laughed so much I cried. So good. Log in to Reply Devils Advocate with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino. It’s an epic lawyer movie Log in to Reply Equilibrium (2002) – the style of the film, the music, the editing, they bring out emotions in me while the main character is experiencing them for the first time Log in to Reply The movie “Memento” is a great hidden gem because it’s an amazing story that is told in a unique way. Log in to Reply Bright. Interesting take on how a segregated modern world would look like if high fantasy races existed. Log in to Reply The Fall (2006). Stunningly beautiful, good story. Log in to Reply Stealing Harvard Log in to Reply Lords of Chaos Goodbye, Lenin! Log in to Reply BOOK SMART…….funny as F&ck Log in to Reply Les Grands ducs. Because. Log in to Reply Bicentennial Man. Robin Williams was a national treasure regardless and could do no wrong….but the movie is so beautiful and takes you through every emotion possible Log in to Reply *Greedy* 1994! Great cast, hilarious movie. Directed by Jonathan Lynn (*My Cousin Vinny.*) Don’t read spoilers. Just watch it. Log in to Reply August Rush Log in to Reply Office space Idiocracy Log in to Reply Storm trooper hitting his head walking down the hallway Log in to Reply Gone Baby Gone. A tremendous movie that has been forgotten with time Log in to Reply C.R.A.Z.Y (yes, that’s how it’s spelled) / by Jean-Marc Vallée. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/crazy Log in to Reply The White Ribbon /by Michael Haneke Log in to Reply Farewell My Queen. French film, with sub-titles, about Marie Antoinette’s last days told from the Versaille staff POV. I’ve seen it many times and I don’t like re-watching movies. Great acting, beautiful film. Log in to Reply How to get ahead in advertising Belle de jour Stranger than fiction Log in to Reply https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0165546/ Log in to Reply The Slammin’ Salmon is a great comedy from the guys who made Super Troopers. If you’ve ever worked in a restaurant, you will recognize every character. Log in to Reply Primer. Made for $7k. Does not dumb down the science for viewers. Truly thought provoking on the ramifications of time travel. Log in to Reply Session 9 – Small film, great cast, awesome location brilliant film. Log in to Reply Pieces of April Log in to Reply It’s fairly acclaimed but it’s older so maybe counts, The Conversation, Gene Hackman directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Log in to Reply Catch Me If You Can, with Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks (at least I think it’s hidden, not slow of people I know have seen it at least) Log in to Reply Brick: straight film noir set in highschool. With a young Joseph Gordon Levitt. It’s the bomb. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.