We might scream for ice cream, but we dream of eating at Jiro's world-renowned sushi restaurant.
We humbly submit this as the pinnacle of the Christopher Guest mockumentaries. It's basically Buzzfeed in film form.
Comedians have problems too... but none that can't be solved with a good Michael Caine impression.
Ryan Gosling drives around just looking sexy. Also some bad stuff happens.
A devastating(ly funny) look inside the cutthroat world of collegiate a cappella.
Antarctica is cold, but it only gets colder when Werner Herzog comes to visit.
One of the most influential — and coolest — films of the 20th Century. It's in French, but it's so good you won't care about the subtitles.
We know that this dramatically underplays Canada's contribution, but it did win Best Picture.
Keira Knightley presents a PSA about public transportation in Russia.
Debbie Harry, organic VCRs, brainwashing. Just a totally normal 1980's Cronenberg flick.
By Grabthar's hammer... what a movie.
2009's stylish examination of cultural conflicts in contemporary France.
A beautiful, heartbreaking, and spare film chronicling a monastery's last days.
The dreamlike imagery is like a drug in this near-future Danny Boyle scifi/horror flick.
The internet's girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence in her breakout role about family, meth, and the Ozarks.
Sigh, come on, you know why you should watch this.
Exceedingly British Cold War thriller featuring Gary Oldman at his quiet best.
The newly-annointed Best Documentary is as sweet as the name would imply.
Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle radiate awesomeness in this Connemara-set dark comedy.
David Fincher's chilly masterpiece about the dark, twitchy rhythms of the mind behind Facebook.