Though not a big fan of multiple viewings, but I've recently been revisiting films I saw when I was a teenager and may not have appreciated to the fullest extent. Fight Club - Oh wow, I don't know from where to start. Knowing the plot twist near the end did not take away anything from revisiting Fight Club, it made me see it in an entirely new light. I also remember scenes from first viewing which never existed in the movie. I always thought there was a fight scene between Brad Pitt and Edward Norton other than the "I want you to hit me" fight, and the one at the end of the movie. I "remember" that they fought in the actual fight club and that it was brutal. Although the fight club and the fights were only a plot device, but I was impressed at the realism of the fights. Some true Just Bleed shit right there. Was not surprised to read after viewing the film, that David Fincher made the cast watch hours of UFC in order to prepare for the roles. Verdict : 9/10. Would have been a 10/10 had the scene I always imagined being in the film was actually there. Reservoir Dogs - A classic. I'm not gonna fanboy over it much, and I'll just give it a 10/10. The cornerstone of modern gangster flicks. Without it, a whole subgenre of films would not even exist (Lock stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Lucky Number Slevin, Revolver, etc., etc., etc.) I'll be updating this thread semi-regularly. Sherbros are welcome to participate.