|The first two are kinda cheating...|
The Iron Giant
Rock Hudon stars as a farmowner whose fields are destroyed when a huge, armored robot (voiced by James Dean) falls from the sky. Heart-wrenching family drama ensues as the Iron Giant helps Rock rebuild his family and farm. But a viscious oil tycoon sees the Giant as the key to a new oil fortune and technology. When he attemps to put his plan into action, the Iron Giant's true nature is revealed.
Herzog directs Stallone in an action-packed, swashbuckling adventure. Stallone must make his way to the African coast to reopen the slave trade, but he realizes how wrong it is. Stallone's shades stay on, his shirt comes off, everybody dies.
The Marathon Man Who Wasn't There
Dustin Hoffman stars as a Jewish barber in New York. When he suspects his wife's boss is smuggling Nazi gold into the country, he's pulled into a treacherous web of intrigue that costs him his wife and livlihood.
The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover on the Bridge
Pretentious drivel. Fell asleep. Lots of nudity, though.
Mulholland Driving Miss Daisy
An old woman and her driver play a psycho-sexual game of cat and mouse as she tries to escape his emotional imprisonment. But is she really his prisoner? And who's that weird looking gardener living behind the carriage house? Wait, it's Bill Murray!