There's been a fair amount of movie talk on the site lately, but here's my question:
What is your favorite movie that, when you mention it in conversation, the average person hasn't heard of? What are those diamonds in the rough that time has forgotten?
On my conservative/culture commentary podcast, Three Drink Minimum, we covered, at my co-host's suggestion, Wait Until Dark, starring Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin. I couldn't believe I'd never heard of a movie this well done. And it's not some inaccessible art house flick, either. It's a mainstream picture with one of the biggest stars of the era and I'd never heard of it.