Down and Out In Beverly Hills - Interesting (if implausable) story about a wealthy man taking in a suicidal homeless man as a member of his family. And a sex surrogate to his wife and daughter. Uh huh. Still has great performances by Nick Nolte and Richard Dryfuss, and very entertaining.
Final Destination - Better than I expected. The sight of the air plain blowing up in mid air at the beginning was truly terrifying. Still, I don't remember the rest of the death scenes very well.
Final Destination 3 - Saw this in the theater years ago. I DO remember the death scenes more, but that is because they were more OTT. The teenage girls getting fried in the the tanning booths comes to mind.
The Final Destination (4) - Also a rewatch. At this point, everything is unrecognizable and fake looking.
The Mosquito Coast - Harrison Ford moves his family to South America because America is crumbling. Great performance by Ford, and an intriguing premise. But Ford's character is a bit too much of a jerk to put up with at times.
I think this is the only movie I have seen with the Helen Mirren (and she was great).
The Wizard - A crappy toy (Nintendo) commercial released before Christmas of 1989? For sure. But some movies are sentimental and comfortable. Besides, I was twelve years old and hoping to find a new Nintendo game under the Christmas tree.
King of Kong: A Fistfull of Quarters - Entertaining documentary of obsessed arcade game nerds. I once collected arcade machines myself (I had six but I had to sell them to make rent). I got a kick out of the real old lady who was competing for the highest score on Q-Bert.