Op-Rob Top 50: 45-41

45. "Branded to Kill"

 With fascinating quirks such as hit man rankings and erotic rice-sniffing, “Branded to Kill” is a kinetic, stylish plunge into yakuza film.  

With fascinating quirks such as hit man rankings and erotic rice-sniffing, “Branded to Kill” is a kinetic, stylish plunge into yakuza film.  

44. "The Bourne Ultimatum"

 The culminating episode in the OG Bourne trilogy makes good on both plot development and the jaw-dropping action that brought the first two films to life.

The culminating episode in the OG Bourne trilogy makes good on both plot development and the jaw-dropping action that brought the first two films to life.

43. "Midnight in Paris"

 “Midnight in Paris” is always a joy to watch because of its consistent, witty dialogue, an innovative plot, and a completely satisfying ending. Owen Wilson is a national treasure!

“Midnight in Paris” is always a joy to watch because of its consistent, witty dialogue, an innovative plot, and a completely satisfying ending. Owen Wilson is a national treasure!

42. "In the Line of Fire"

 Featuring an all-star matchup of Clint Eastwood and John Malkovich “In the Line of Fire” is a riveting assassination thriller set in Washington, D.C.

Featuring an all-star matchup of Clint Eastwood and John Malkovich “In the Line of Fire” is a riveting assassination thriller set in Washington, D.C.

41. "Hunger"

 “Hunger” does not make for pleasant viewing, but it cuts right to the heart of intense moral issues through astounding dialogue and an all-time performance from Michael Fassbender.

“Hunger” does not make for pleasant viewing, but it cuts right to the heart of intense moral issues through astounding dialogue and an all-time performance from Michael Fassbender.