Basic Instinct - Michael Douglas really got typecasted as a victim of licentious women in the late 80's, early 90's didn't he. This was OK up to a point until it falls apart near the end with a ton of stupid coincidences. The IAD analyst woman just happened to have a brief fling with the writer chick in college. Somehow Sharon Stone is able to plant all the evidence to frame her in her own house and the penthouse, not to mention stabbing Gus all while knowing Douglas will kill her. Of course the point isn't whether Stone's character is guilty but how she drives Douglas mad. It's worth one viewing for "research" but that's it.
Goldeneye - Rewatch many years later. This was another step to making Bond a generic action-movie, I guess. It has pretty much every 90's cliche (everyone gets shuffled from one action set-piece to the next and there's big explosions and shit and of-course the secondary villain is an over-the-top mass murderer with no colorful gimmick - oh wait, she gets an orgasm from mowing down dozens of people, totally up there with Oddjob and Jaws; and of course the uber-serious speechifying all around which I don't think any classic Bond movie had). Still, the plot is well put together and the bad guy's motivation was intelligently done. I still basically like it for what it is, will probably watch again in 15 years.