This, along with most things on this blog, is an in-perfect science, as I tend to forget some pretty obvious entries from time to time. If I leave something outlandish out, feel free to set me straight with a comment.
Here we go...
Blues Brothers (1980) - Best car chase of all time, and a killer soundtrack to boot.
High Fidelity (2000) - John Cusack in his best role to date. Its hard to beat Jack Black in a Yanni t-shirt. For me its the scenes at the shop that steal the show, but its hard to beat meltdowns that only Mr. Cusack can seem to muster.
Walk The Line (2005) - Johnny Cash. Nuff said.
The Last Waltz (1978) - Best concert documentary ever. Period.
Gimmie Shelter (1970) - Just another thing to thank Marty for.
No Direction Home (2005) - Did we thank Marty yet? Oh we did? Well, thanks again. "Positively 4th St." is my ALL TIME FAVORITE DYLAN SONG... incase you are ever on a game-show.
Dazed & Confused (1993) - L-i-v-i-n. This is in Stark The Vinyl Shark's ALL TIME TOP 5 MOVIE LIST.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984) - Best Mockumentary ever. In fact, I think it created the sub-genre. Turn it up to 11.
Almost Famous (2000) - I loved seeing Cameron Crowes' story set to motion in this film. What fun it was to take the journey of a lifetime with him, while he was still in high school. Everyone has an Almost Famous moment.