Saw it in HS film class so my memory is fuzzy but I definitely had flashbacks the first time I saw clips from The Residents' "Vileness Fats" film. Obviously very important and groundbreaking if nothing else. Should probably rewatch.
The hole in the bottom of the popcorn bag lulz. A tad on the cutesy side but good cast despite Gutternberg. Not a bad "dudes hanging out and aging together" type film.
Simpler and less ambitious than some other Kurosawa films I could mention but that's arguably part of its appeal. Might be the best entry point for some folks, actually (most can appreciate "Seven Samurai" and "Ran" immediately but for some it might be like being tossed into the deep end)
I appreciated the introspective poeticism but was still mostly bored out of my mind. Still the only Bergman film I've watched.
The best Spiderman movie I've seen (anyone catch this "Spider-verse" thing? response has been off the charts) but still somewhat disappointing. Always thought the Raimi approach was a bit too cartoony and thought most characters were miscast (Molina fares the best but still seems wrong for his role).
Definitely deserves its reputation. Very entertaining, about as impressive as physical comedy gets. I need to watch some more Keaton films.
Ace in the Hole
Not as big a fan as Billdude (of the Wilder films I've seen, I'd rank "Sunset Blvd", "Some Like It Hot" and "The Apartment" higher) but it's still pretty unique and endearingly cynical. And Douglas might deliver his best performance (toss up between that one and "Paths of Glory")