Movies You Should Rent Because Chances Are, You Haven't Seen Them Yet
- In no particular order:
- Perfectly Normal (1991), Yves Simoneau, dir. Comedy
- Apartment Zero (1988), Martin Donovan, dir. Thriller/Drama
- Never Weaken/Why Worry? (1923), Harold Lloyd, star. Silent comedy/Classic.
- Bellman and True (1988), Richard Loncraine, dir. Action/Thriller
- How to Steal A Million (1966), William Wyler, dir. Comedy/Heist Flick
- How to Get Ahead in Advertising (1989), David Dundas/Rick Wentworth, dir. Comedy/Drama
- The Last of Sheila (1973), Herb Ross, dir. Mystery
- The Hit (1984), Stephen Frears, dir. Drama
- Equinox (1993), Alan Rudolph, dir. Drama
- The Last Days of Dolwyn (1949), Emlyn Williams, dir. Drama
Okay, okay, a few of these have been on cable, but you might have skipped over them. Besides, it's always worth seeing a movie uncut and without commercials.
The films on this list are not necessarily among my all-time favorites (PERFECTLY NORMAL and THE HIT *do* fall into that category). They're simply ones I enjoyed and which seem to be little-seen.
Also, some of these are extremely hard to find in most video stores -- especially when a monopolistic giant like Lackluster has so little imagination...
If you've seen *all* of these movies AND you enjoyed them, we should talk...