Not easy to tell how old the guy was by looking at him.
That list leaves out Stop Making Sense which is one of his most important ones.
Melvin & Howard - I liked it well enough.
Something Wild - Awkward turn into darkville and I don't understand why the Ray Liotta performance was acclaimed.
The Silence Of The Lambs - I adore it, you don't, let's go our separate ways on this one. I do see the connection between it and his other films believe it or not.
Philadelphia - Good, although the courtroom scenes are kinda lame.
Beloved - Failed Oscar bid for Oprah. I didn't get into the book either. Really, I'm not sure what the point of it is other than "love heals."
There's all that exploitation stuff he did back in the 70s. I know he just wrote some of it. I was curious about those origins of his.
His son Ted Demme died awhile back. Remember him?
He was a huge fan of the Feelies. They're in Something Wild.
Oh also Paul Thomas Anderson said Demme and not Scorsese was chief influence on Boogie Nights, but that's bull.