I've only seen this one on Twitter but
Fat City (1972)
John Huston thing with Jeff Bridges and Stacy Keach about a washed up boxer and a promising kid he meets. Almost feels like it's set during the Great Depression. A lot of broken people sitting around drinking and shouting and falling apart, wondering what happened.
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War of the Worlds. Shocked at how good it was actually. Something brilliantly theatrical, operatic about it, how it basks in the logic of the stage without sacrificing the poignancy of the horror.
Tom Cruise as the archetypal American, the confident American, the apolitical American, who has a blue collar job and fixes cars in his spare time, whose wife has left him for a rich asshole, who sings Little Douce Coupe to his daughter at the verge of the apocalypse, who always wins in the end of the day because deep down he is a good guy.