Perhaps the definitive Wes Anderson movie is about a New York family with, um, some issues. How willing you are to get on the movie’s wavelength will probably determine whether you love it or remain baffled.
Dustin Hoffman shows women how to be a real feminist in maybe my least favorite of the AFI’s “Top 100” American movies.
A deep philosophical tract about the meaning of life, in which the main character keeps trying to commit suicide. Also a comedy where a groundhog drives a truck.
A Christmas Carol for the 1980s, extremely cynical and with more people getting hit in the face with toasters.
Deadpan responses to bizarro, otherwordly threats lead to an all-timer of a comedy.