Butch Cassidy - I only watched this once and it was something like twelve years ago but it is good enough for what it is. The Sting, which I made myself rewatch because I didn't care for it at all the first time, is still kind of baffling to me.
Punch-Drunk Love - Probably the weakest Paul Thomas Anderson film, I never saw Hard Eight. Sandler tried honorably to play a more serious version of his usual manchild character but the quirks of the movie seem to be pushing into borderline Wes Anderson territory. In particular one scene stands out, the scene where he beats up the four blond brother bullies, which I didn't know whether to applaud as a badass scene or deplore for being a total cartoon that would have never happened in real life. It's not a piece of crap but it's surely PTA's weakest.
Days Of Heaven - Pretty good and Biblical and all but Badlands is still Malick's peak. He only made two 70s films, so enjoy them before overlong running times and over-etherealness started to mar his work.
Night Of The Living Dead - Mostly classic. I wonder how many people puked at the sight of that half-eaten bloody skull head near the beginning.
Raising Arizona - Crazy early Coens comedy, good but not a classic. Again, I'm kind of amazed at all the notable roles Nicolas Cage had before he was like 23.
Once Upon A Time In America - Long winded but good gangster classic. I only really like GBU and this as far as Leone goes.
Modern Times - I'm lukewarm on Chaplin classics but Paulette Goddard certainly was wonderful. And that friggin' matte shot, that's like 1936 CGI!!! You know the one!
Hot Fuzz - Decent. I don't think I ever adored any of the Pegg/Frost stuff. But this is decent. And it has the Kinks on the soundtrack, and you get to watch Timothy Dalton get a spike through his head.
The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre - See Humphrey play a DICK!!!! I guess I basically liked this movie but for a REALLY good time look up the bizarre story surrounding B. Traven, the guy who wrote the book. They don't know anything about him!
Groundhog Day - I have this on DVD and must have watched it 15 times. It's kind of miraculous to think how well it does what it does (goes from funny to serious while keeping one millimeter away from being sappy). You know why? Because...the humor is mostly light and quaint. No edgy or terribly dirty jokes or profanity the whole way through. The movie would look completely quaint today and would probably get totally ignored!!!
NP: Jethro Tull - "Kissing Willie"