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    Quote Originally Posted by regnak View Post
    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
    THIS!!!

    Also...

    Harley Davidson & The Marlboro Man

    Q: The Winged Serpent

    Switchblade Sisters

    The Phantom Of The Paradise

    Super

    Dead Snow

    Cockneys Vs Zombies

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    Debatable if any Spielberg film qualifies as a hidden gem/underrated but Duel , his first theatrical film, is a favorite of mine. A very good highway horror/thriller movie that's essentially a proto-Jaws but with a truck.

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    I forgot to add my cult favorite - Knight Riders. Cheesy but fun Ed Harris film with a guest appearance from Stephen King

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    Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Robin Wright, Ed Harris, John Turturro - powerhouse lineup from "State of Grace" a great undercover cop drama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j9ac9k View Post
    Speaking of Meg Ryan, I think my favorite Denzel Washington movie might be "Courage Under Fire." Ryan stole a lot of attention with her dramatic turn, (and she does a fine job) but Denzel is the star, playing a borderline alcoholic, military man trying to recover from his trauma in the war while investigating the events surrounding Ryan's character as she is a potential candidate for the medal of Honor. Matt Damon, Scott Glenn and Lou Diamond Philips also give really good supporting performances.
    I saw that in theaters. I don't think many did if I recall. I think it was even panned. I still like it though. The performances were very good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaius View Post
    Debatable if any Spielberg film qualifies as a hidden gem/underrated but Duel , his first theatrical film, is a favorite of mine. A very good highway horror/thriller movie that's essentially a proto-Jaws but with a truck.
    They played Duel on TV a lot. Late at night, though. Its a great movie.

    Thanks for the responses guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaelforce View Post
    I forgot to add my cult favorite - Knight Riders. Cheesy but fun Ed Harris film with a guest appearance from Stephen King
    A couple of things...

    - Ed smacking that guy around the diner at the end? It is great each and every time.
    - Tom Savini playing Sir Morgan never really gets the credit that it should as a performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    A couple of things...

    - Ed smacking that guy around the diner at the end? It is great each and every time.
    - Tom Savini playing Sir Morgan never really gets the credit that it should as a performance.
    "You forgot your basics, Morgan!"

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    Oh, I'll add Repo the Genetic Opera (I'm aware it's gained a cult following of its owns too).

    You first have to be a fan of musicals, and even in that category, its really violent and dark. It's visually impressive though, Anthony Stewart Head and Alexa Vega in it as father and daughter.

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    Two that I love.

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    Also wanna add Black Hole and Renaissance. Renaissance is like if Sin City was animated. Truly brilliant.

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    Predestination and Moon were two really good, mostly under-the-radar sci-fi films.

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    Also forgot to mention Sunshine, another great sci-fi film with a surprisingly strong cast.

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    The Comic (1969) starring Dick Van Dyke, directed by Carl Reiner. A silent film comedian is undone by his ego and selfishness. The films within the film are hilarious!

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