Well that's a shocker, no one wants to boast about their favourite movie(s)?
Ok i'll take you up on the offer. I'll try to pick some non-blockbuster titles people might not have seen.
Gone Baby Gone - I know people generally rag on Ben Affleck, but i have a strange obsession with him and a genuine belief that he is a hugely talented individual. This film cemented that belief. Based on a brilliant novel, the film captures the essence of the book perfectly, delving into a gritty and horrible situation which presents moral dilemmas of the kind which keep you up at night.
Leon - This is probably the film that got me interested in cinema and films. It's very simple, but very intricate at the same time. The characters of Leon and Matilda are very different, but so similar at the same time, and their relationship is really touching. It also has everything you could want from a film - comedy, action, suspense, drama, great acting... and Gary Oldman being completely fucking mental.
Cypher - This is an odd little film which came to our cinema for 1 show, but i'm glad i watched it. It follows a man living a tedious life, travelling from conference to conference, who is suddenly thrown into a world of corporate espionage. The film has a very unique style, but it works well as a slick and enjoyable thriller, which focuses more on the details than the action.
Children of Men - Great Story, Great acting , Great cinematography, Great Music, Great locations. I really thought this might be a bit gimmicky when it was announced, but i was pleasantly surprised to see that everything was thought through very carefully, portraying a familiar yet troubling projection of the future.
24 Hour Party People - A liberal account of the rise and fall of factory records - an unconvential and visionary force on the UK music scene. Often Hilarious, massively indulgent and possibly one of the best soundtracks around. Also featuring one of the best and most poignant portrayls of Ian Curtis, despite the limited screen time available.