Margot at the Wedding (2007)
Noah Baumbach's dark comedies are certainly not everyone's cup of tea, but to me he's a genius. Once again, in Margot, he exposes the horrible human frailty of some not particularly pleasant individuals, in this case, focusing on two sisters getting together for a wedding, played brilliantly by Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Jack Black is also very good in an atypical role.The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933)
This film about a missionary in China, kept by a Warlord, is interesting for the fuss it created due to the rising hatred against miscegenation, but unfortunately the movie itself is pretty dull.Migratory Bird (2001)
Very good film about a Taiwanese family living in Canada. The Right Stuff (1983)
One of a large number of 80s blockbusters I never got round to seeing, but this was one of the rare cases where it was worth it. A little too 80s for my tastes here and there, but overall it's a great story of the test pilots who became America's first astronauts.The Seventh Victim (1943)
Excellent atmospheric mystery about a boarding school girl who goes to the city to find her missing sister. Some great unexpected plot directions.