Tonight, we started the first of a series of Hitchcock classic films, with "Sabotage."
It was hard to find an appropriate link, the Title link leads to a Salon.com review.
I found the movie gripping, and satisfyingly balanced, in the primal morality emotions it evokes. "Peopleware" is still sitting on top of the TV at the same page I opened it.
I also enjoyed "Uncle Chris" from "I Remember Mama", so that helped reel me in.
Thanks, Chris A., for lending me the movie, and showing a max-graphics version of Halo on an awsome Sony big screen. Next time I'll have to remember Dramamine.