American Beauty - I always enjoyed it somewhat. Feel like I saw it a lot on TV or whatever over the years, and its an OK movie but a lot of things in it became embarrassing jokes like the bag floating in the breeze. Still I don't think its as bad as people here say, but then again I liked Kevin Spacey's apathetic character.
Jackie Brown - One of QT's best. I think it works better with repeated watches. Seems underwhelming at first
Black Swan - Saw once and I found it really stupid. I love The Wrestler, his other movie, though
Inception - Saw it a few times and was a chore each time. I wanted to really like it because I like the concept, and I like "mind####" movies. It was just a bore though. It made me realize that Nolan only did 2 films I really even like (his first two.. never had a desire to see Dark Knight that bad)
Funny Games - Disturbing and fascinating, but I guess gimmicky is the way to describe it. Definitely not something to see more than once, but it is interesting to see how people think about it so I recommend it sometimes.
Citizen Kane - I love this movie.. Took me a few watches to really appreciate it but I feel it has an epic, heartbreaking story and Orson does an amazing job. I am one of the rare people who find it a lot interesting (and "The Trial") than "Touch Of Evil". Only seen Touch once but I found those other 2 movies more entertaining.
Matchpoint - I liked it. Towards the end when it gets really grimm I found interesting.. The ending is stupid, but the interaction between Scarlett and the other guy is full of tension that kept me watching. Scoop I found to be somewhat of a silly farce, but I enjoyed that too, just not as much.
Naked Lunch - I loved this. One of my favorite films along with Videodrome. The story is compelling and I love the weird special effects that Cronenberg is known for thrown in there, and the main character as Burroughs did an amazing job. I'd rewatch this one any day. Then again I probably should read the book.