All of these are available to stream on Netflix:
"No Intelligence allowed." Regardless of which side of the Darwinism vs Intelligent Design argument you are, this documantary by Ben Stien(yes, that Ben Stein), really indicts the Darwinism elite for doing exactly what organized religion did to science prior to The Scopes Monkey trial; and that is shut them up and fire or intimidate anyone who dares question the status quo in science.
Mona Lisa- I really liked this English film from a then newcomer(1986) in Bob Hoskins. He plays a low-budget criminal of sorts just out of jail who gets hired by a mob boss to drive around a high class call girl played by the beautiful Cathy Tyson(neice of Cecily Tyson). Not a chick flick, imo, but just a great story with characters you can beleive in.
The Betsy- Just saw this Harold Robbins adaption from 1978 last night. What a cast with Laurence Olivier and two up and comers in a young Robert Duvall and a very young Tommy Lee Jones. Olivier plays an aging car maker that wants to go out with a bang, and The Betsy is the car that will do it. Lots of good acting mixed in with plenty of nude scenes, screwing around(everyone is screwing everyone), and power struggles will keep you interested.
The Secret in thier Eyes- I gave this Argentine film that won an Oscar in 2010 five stars out of five. A retired detective is writing a memior and incorporates a rape/murder case from 25 years earlier that he felt never had closure. So he re-visits his past female superior who is now married to re-open the case, and of course, possibly start a relationship that he passed on years earlier. I rarely watch foreign language films, but I absolutely loved this one and can see why it won an Oscar.