This one is definitely more a matter of personal preference, but this movie is one of the few Christopher Walkin movies where he's not doing an obvious spoof of himself. It is also the last movie Natalie Wood filmed before her death, and it was still in production when she died.
It's a fascinating look into science and how it always ends up being a destructive force, no matter the good intentions of the scientists. Definitely an interesting example of 70s sci-fi.
I do enjoy life-after-death stories, particularly ones that don't take the normal view of the story. You can tell they had a lot of fun coming up with this idea. And had at least as much fun playing with it.
One of my favorite non-musicals. I'm fond of the early days of rock, and this is a lovely look at the effects of time on Rock musicians and their music. Great cast, great story, fun mystery. I highly recommend it.
As is probably obvious from the other movies on this list, I tend to be drawn to movies by who's in them. In this case, Bob Hoskins, Denzel Washington, and Chloe Webb. The story tackles a few things that might make some people uncomfortable--Hoskin's character is incredibly racist at the beginning, but his journey in the story makes it worth dealing with his early slurs in the story. As does Denzel's character.
Movies that have been rated or ranked by less than 100 people on Listal that I find well worth watching. List is based purely on my own preferences, as well as the number of people who have ranked the movie on listal.