banksmiranda - Especially good calls on Office Space, Meet the Parents, Ronin, and Heat (sounds like you're a DeNiro fan as well). I'm not sure if the following movies would be classified as 'all-time greats, but they are worth taking a look at if you are interested. Independant Films: Pi - Darren Arnofsky's first film. About a socially-reclusive mathematician that discovers the mathimatical 'code' needed to predict the stock market. He slowly goes insane as people trying to get the numbers from him push him over the edge. Done in black and white on grainy film. Requiem for a Dream - Darren Arnofsky's second film (better, IMO). Three kids (age 22?) living in Brooklyn strive for a better future. They are living ok lives, but strive for happyness. They use drugs as both their means for temporary happyness and as a means of getting money. Every time they try and better their lives it makes it a lot more screwed up. The music score is great; the soundtrack is the thing that led me to watch the movie in the first place. Mainstream Films: Snatch - Guy Ritchie's second film. Starring Brad Pitt, Vinnie Jones, Jason Statham. I'd consider this a heist-comedy. Several different parties are all after an 84-carat diamond. Lots of humor along the way. Its a British movie and very well done. I don't know a single person that has watched this and disliked it. Also, check out Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (Ritchie's first film). A high-stakes poker game leaves some friends 500,000 pounds in the hole. Kind of similar to snatch as far as the humor and antics, but with a different plot. I'll add more later, I'm off to take some ebay photos.