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Hello all! I don't know about the rest of this town, but I sure do enjoy movies. In this post I'm going to share a list of movies that:
A.) Are watchable, possibly even entertaining.
B.) Take place in Los Angeles. Some may simply have just a scene or two in Los Angeles whereas others are fully written for a Los Angeles setting. Some may even be fictional locations that were neverless filmed in and highly resemble the Los Angeles area.
Most of these are mainstream movies so no real gems in this list, but I encourage others to contribute in the comments. I realize that not everyone has watched everything, so I'll provide insight that assumes you haven't seen the film yet.
Movies that take place in a non-fictional Los Angeles setting
- Double Indemnity (1944) - Takes place in DTLA, the golden standard of noir, required watching IMO. Also, a great film to reference to trick people into thinking you have in-depth knowledge of cinema; trust me, I do it all the time.
- Sunset Boulevard (1950) - Takes place in Hollywood (duh), another noir classic with some gallows humor, required watching.
- Rebel Without a Cause (1955) - Generally takes place and was filmed in Westside, the quintessential James Dean flick, required watching.
- Beverly Hills Cop (1984) - Film opens in Detroit, but Acts II and III of the plot largely takes place in Beverly Hills. Vintage Eddie Murphy movie, probably the only movie in this franchise worth watching IMO. Has a 4k release.
- The Terminator (1984) - Film takes place all over Los Angeles. Great James Cameron flick, probably his best. Has a great melding of horror, action, and scifi. Also has a very welcome lack of John Connor and plenty of naked muscle mens for the guys and gals who like that.
- Die Hard (1988) - Takes place in Century City at the Fox Plaza (has a fictional name in the movie). This and Die Hard 3 are the only ones worth watching IMO, especially since Die Hard 3 had McTiernan return to direct. Excellent action film, probably one of the more intelligently written films of that genre you'll find. Has a 4K release
- Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) - Takes place in San Dimas, in the San Gabriel Valley. Early Keanu vehicle, has a cameo by George Carlin, a sick ass montage with Extreme's Play With Me, and is a good time to watch. This is a fairly distilled 80s film with all the 80s tropes, but still holds up IMO. Good thing to watch if you're planning on catching the sequel later this year.
- Pretty Woman (1990) - Takes place in Hollywood and Beverly Hills. A classic romcom rags to ritches film, it was a indication of shifting attitude sin filmmaking due to the romantic female lead being a bona fide prostitute. Stars Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, and presumably, Richard Gere's hamster, although uncredited. Solid flick and features a badass chick ballad "It Must Have Been Love" by Roxette.
- Boyz N The Hood (1991) - Takes place in South Central. John Singleton's (RIP) magnum opus. Themes are centered around fatherhood, institutional racism, and gang culture. A very early example of when Cuba Gooding Jr. was tolerated on screen and when rappers were starting to take prominent feature film roles. Great cast all around, including Laurence Fishbourne and the very lovely Angela Bassett. Required watching.
- Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. For better of for worse, this film changed cinema forever with its extensive and innovative use of CG. Another stellar cast, one of the most celebrated action films of all time, and that is in spite of the unfortunate presence of John Connor. I should tell you now, after you watch this one, you should know that the franchise ends here. There are no more films in the franchise, and there's no need to Google that, just take my word for it. Anything you see that suggests otherwise is just a deep state conspiracy designed to trick you. Has a 4K release that has a contentious reputation.
- Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) - Takes place in San Dimas again. This film is honestly garbage. The plot is even more non sensical than before although Death is very funny. Has a cameo by hot Pam Grier and Primus performing Tommy the Cat. Worth a watch to prep for the sequel at least.
- Resevoir Dogs (1992) - Takes place in Eagle Rock. The breakout film of our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him. This is the movie with the scene that gets parodied a lot, the scene where MR. White tortures the cop to the tune of "Stuck in the Middle with You". It was ridiculously well cast and has the trademark Tarantino dialogue and semi non-linear storytelling. It has some misteps in the shooting and acting of some of the scenes, but was one of the most successful independent films of all time, and was able to briefly convince the world that Michael Madsen could act.
- South Central (1992) - Takes place in South Central, of course. Another afro-centric film set in South Central that has fatherhood as a central theme, along with gang, drug, and prison culture. Great film all around, with some complex character writing. An Olver Stone produced film that has Glenn Plummer starring. It actually holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, although with only 6 reviews, albeit one of which is the main man Roger Ebert.
- Menace II Society (1993) - Takes place in South Central. The antithesis to Boyz N The Hood. If the central theme to Boyz N The Hood is to show the role a strong father figure plays in the upbringing of a boy in the hood (!), this film shows an outcome where said father figure is not present. It also portrays the protagonist as a morally grey character, which is refreshing. You pity him, but also don't make excuses for him. Stars a young Larenz Tate and Jada Pinkett-Smith, along with MC Eiht (Rapper, also voiced Ryder in GTA: San Andreas).
- Pulp Fiction (1994) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. The magnum opus of our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him. Simply put, you are not allowed to live in this town if you haven't seen this movie. A master class in neo-noir. I cannot sing its praises enough, and honestly, I don't have to. Y'all mtherfuckers undoubtedly already know what's up. Required watching. Has a 4K release.
- Friday (1995) - Takes place in South Central. This film is, arguably, one of the best comedies of all time in my opinion, and I will die on that hill. The humor ebbs and flows with a supreme organic quality. There is likely never a joke in this film that isn't going to make you laugh. Huge cult following, a breakout film for Chris Tucker back when he was worth a damn, and definitely Ice Cube's best work. Required watching.
- Clueless (1995) - Takes place in Beverly Hills. Stars Alicia Silverstone and Stacey Dash before she absolutely lost her fucking mind. Fellas take note, this is a good one to add to your repetoire to score some points, as well as broaden your horizons. Has a solid cult following as well.
- Heat (1995) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. This film was highly anticipated due to it being the first time Al Pacino and Robert De Niro appear on screen together and it didn't disappoint. Also has Val Kilmer and Jon Voight, as well as a young Natalie Portman. This film was criminally snubbed by the Academy, one of the more wretched sins they've committed. The action sequences are well choreographed and in particular, the sound editing and the gun choreography are superb (they actually use the sights when aiming). Heavy recommend if you have a home theater AV set up. Has a 4K release.
- Swingers (1996) - Takes place in Hollywood, although a large part of Act I goes to Vegas. Breakout film for Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, and Ron Livingston (main character of Office Space). A guy film if there ever was one. A great one to watch after a breakup or if you're jaded from dating in Los Angeles in general or if you're prepping for a weekend excursion to Vegas. Also a great Unintentional Period Piece for the 90s (yeah I linked to TV Tropes, fuck your schedule). Required watching for the fellas.
- Jerry Maguire (1996) - Takes place in both Los Angeles and Arizona although primarily L.A. A solemn reminder why Tom Cruise still has a net worth. I want to hate him so much, but I unfortunately can't, thanks to this film. Also stars Cuba Gooding Jr, Regina Kind, and Renee Zellweger. Solid flick despite some cliche.
- L.A. Confidential (1997) - Takes place in Los Angeles, promintently in Hollywood. A significant accomplishment, a ridiculous ensemble cast that included 90s Kevin Spacey, Guy Pearce, Russell Crowe, Kim Basinger, Danny DeVito, and more, this film got nominated for a ton of awards, although it lost most of them to gross ass Titanic. Required watching.
- Liar Liar (1997) - Takes place Los Angeles, mainly DTLA. Personally, I think this film is the best example of Jim Carrey's style of humor done RIGHT. In his other films, his over the top acting just comes off as grating after a while, but in this film it doesn't really get old. It's also one of the first films where he did more than just his usual slapstick and physical comedy and actually applied his acting ability with emotional depth. Film's humor still holds up and is a great and easy watch.
- Boggie Nights (1997) - Takes place in the San Fernando Valley, aka the Porn Capital, and is very fitting for the movie's subject matter. Another stellar 90s film that broke a ton of rules and has it's own style. Huge ensemble cast including Mark Wahlberg, Burt Reynolds, Julianne Moore, Heather Graham (why is she so perfect?), Don Cheadle, Philip Seymour Hoffman, William Macy, John C. Reily, and MORE.
- Jackie Brown (1997) - Takes place all over Los Angeles, mostly South Bay. The first film made by our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him that features a linear storyline. Was conceived as an homage to blaxpoitation films of the 70s and very fittingly stars Pam Grier, the star of Foxy Brown. It has another ensemble cast of Samuel L Jackson, Robert De Niro (playing against type), Michael Keaton, Bridget Fonda, and more. Not groundbreaking work, but very solid film.
- Rush Hour (1998) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. The first of the trilogy and the only one worth watching. This is back when Tucker still had something to offer on screen. Was a farily fresh take on the buddy cop dramedy formula that was undoubetedly stale by the time this movie came out. Has some good Jackie Chan stunts and good laughs. The scene where Chan and Tucker bridge their cultural gap is actually fairly endearing. Soundtrack was also fire, I had it on cassette back in the day. Franchise stops here though.
- American History X (1998) - Takes place in Los Angeles, mainly Venice Beach. If there was ever a film for required watching in these turbulent times, its this one. Story is about a reformed white supremacist and details the process of how misguided youths are indoctrinated to racist ideology as well as how institutional racism effects and stokes racial tensions. Also a story about the folly of vengeance. Superb acting by Edward Norton and I mean it, he's a real bastard in this one. Absolutely required watching.
- Memento (2000) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. Early Christopher Nolan film and as you can imagine, has been incredibly well received and has received widespread acclaim and an outstanding legacy. Go watch this shit if you haven't already. You will see the early markers of Nolan's cerebral signature style that went to make Inception.
- Baby Boy (2001) - Takes place in South Central. Another afro-centric film by John Singlteton, this film is a commentary on the negative aspects of contemporary black culture that are perceived to be limiting or holding back the development and betterment of black men. And before any reactionaries out there have something to say, it has nothing to do with racism. Stars Tyrese Gibson in the lead, although it was originally conceived for Tupac before he died. Also has Taraji P Henson, Snoop Dogg, and Monique, among others.
- Training Day (2001) - Takes place in South Central and Watts. The film that finally got Denezl Washington his Oscar after the Malcom X and Philadelphia snubs. Also stars Ethan Hawke, but who really cares? Has cameos by Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre as well, and a few other names you'll recognize. Great film, largely based on the Rampart scandal of the 90s. Plot is ok, but Denzel absolutely nails this movie.
- The Italian Job (2003) - Takes place in Los Angeles, most prominently in Hollywood. This movie is honestly pretty dumb. The cast is not bad at all, with Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg, Mos Def, Jason Statham, Seth Greene, Edward Norton, and a couple other names. Theron and Norton put up the best performances, but it doesn't matter because the way the plot progresses is dumb as all hell. The most egregious of this is a split between Seth Greene's implausible hacking exploits and literally everything that has to do with that mechanic character. The reason why its even on this list is that despite the lackluster plot and acting, the film is pretty to look at and has some good shoots and action sequences. It's basically visual junk food.
- Crash (2004) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. Another drama with an ensemble cast with a uniqe style, great writing, well shot, well acted, and has a well deserved legacy, contentious as it is.
- The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) - Takes place in the San Fernando Valley, mainly Encino. Judd Apatow's breakout film, and IMO his best tied with Bridesmaids. Excellent humor that still holds up and features excellent acting by Steve Carrell. Manages to avoid some of the cliche of this style of comedy, such as in how Trish was written to be more than a typical love interest and how other characters were generally more complex and flawed. Also, a solid period piece for the mid 2000s.
- Knocked Up (2007) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. A very respectable followup to Judd Apatow's follow to The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Stars Seth Rogen as the lead with Katherine Heigl, it definitely still holds up. Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd are also brought back who later went on to star in a spin-off movie of their own that I haven't bothered to see because my sixth sense told me it was bad (I heard Megan Fox was in it). Very funny, although it being a romcom, we knew Rogen was getting the girl, so it suffers from being a bit formulaic.
- Superbad (2007) - Takes place in Westside. The quintessential teen movie of my generation and a perennial beloved favorite fo the genre. Stars Michael Cera and Jonah Hill and introuced Christopher Mintz-Plasse to audiences at large. I loved how unlike the John Huges era of teen movies where teens where always a part of some watered down idyllic suburbia, Superbad managed to show exactly the kind of shit tons of teenagers were really getting up to. Partying, sex, substance consumption, hormones, and the like. Obviously teenage millennials aren't a monolith, but I stand by this perspective. Required watching.
- Iron Man (2008) - Act II and III takes place in Los Angeles, mainly Westside and South Bay. Yes, the first one was in Los Angeles, although the setting was not at a focal point of the plot. Anyway, this is the film we all know and love (or hate) for spawning the MCU. Surprsingly enough, it still holds up.
- Blood and Bone (2009) - Takes place in South Central I think. This is a direct-to-DVD movie that is a guilty pleasure of mine and a cult classic. It stars Michael Jai White and Eamonn Walker (Said from Oz). Also has some appearances by a handful of MMA fighters, most promintently Bob Sapp. It's basically an ego piece for Michael Jai White. The plot is dumb and formulaic, the acting is cheesy, the score sucks, and the dialogue shallow and stilted. So why do I like this movie? The fight scenes, plain and simple. Seeing that big MF Michael Jai White destroy MFs is pretty fun to watch. Again, it's visual junk food.
- Black Dynamite (2009) - Takes place in Los Angeles. A well known parody, homage, and love letter to 70s blaxpoitation films, this one also stars Michael Jai White although in a much better role and far better written movie. Has tons of cameos by tons of comedians, most notably Cedric Yarbough who upstages them all. This movie is like Arrested Development turned up to 11 in that there are so many inside jokes, easter eggs, and references that it will take several watches to catch them all. The word "parody" is thrown around these days with absolute reckless abandon, so if you're confused on the concept, this movie should clear things up for you. Required watching.
- End of Watch (2012) - Takes place in South Central. A gritty cop drama presented as a fictional documentary, this one stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena. It tackles the themes of gangs and cartel violence. It's notable in that it doesn't focus on police corruption at all and instead shows the honorable and upstanding side of the police. A solid police procedural if you're tired of the gritty corrupt cop drama.
- Stretch (2014) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. Stars Patrick Wilson as the lead, with supporting roles by Chris Pine, Jessica Alba, and Ed Helms. Also has hilarious cameos from Ray Liotta and David Hasselhoff. An underrated comedy that I'm sure will reach cult status someday, it's a distilled contemporary Los Angeles adventure in a noir presentation and is a good watch.
- Nightcrawler (2014) - Takes place all over Los Angeles. Stars Jake Gyllenhaal. Movie is a commentary on MSM sensationalism and is worth every minute to watch. Got tons of awards including an Academy nomination.
- Dope (2015) - Takes place in Inglewood and Ladera Heights. Despite the R rating, it can be considered a teen movie for the Gen Zs and is definitely a coming of age film. It's actually really well written and has a great style to it. Stars Shameik Moore as the lead and Forrest Whitaker as the narrator with some other names peppered in, the plot is about a high school senior finding his identity while navigating his way out of a situation involving drug dealers. Heavily features 90s rap culture and referneces, so A+ for me.
- The Nice Guys (2016) - Takes place in Los Angeles. A solid buddy cop dramedy, which avoids the cliches with great writing and acting, courtesy of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. Guaranteed future cult classic.
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) - Takes place in Hollywood and parts of the Valley. Yet another solid offering from our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him. This is another one of his alternate history films, this time deling with the Manson family. The film is lead by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, with appearances from Kurt Russell, Al Pacino, Margot Robbie, and TONS of other names. Film has its controversies, no doubt levied by those who would rather walk in the shadow of our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him, than his light. A fun watch if you don't take the film too seriously.
Movies that partially take place in Los Angeles
- The Godfather (1972) - This film has a scene in the first act where Tom Hagen flies out to Hollywood in order to beseech Jack Woltz to give up the movie role for Johnny Fontane. The shots of old Hollywood are ddefinitely a treat to look at. I'm not even going to wast electricity singing this film's praises. I'm of the opinion that if you don't like this film, you are likely descended from a weak bloodline and actively holding the human race back with your undoubtedly meager existence. Don't @ me though.
- The Usual Suspects (1995) - Has the scene with the attempted assasination of Kobayashi set in L.A. and the raid on the boat in San Pedro. The film that beat out Heat in 1995, this film has 90s Kevin Spacey and is praised for it's writing, pacing, and famous twist, as well as several iconic scenes. Even manages to make a lesser Baldwin brother watchable.
- Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) - Act I takes place in Pasadena, where The Bride encounters Vernita Green. This is an film brought to us by our Blessed Lord and Savior Quentin Tarantino, praise be to him. Has significant amounts of trademark Tarantino style and pays homage to several genres, as Tarantino is wont to do. Has a dope ass anime sequence leading into Act III, which definitely helped further accelerate maintstream acceptance of anime in Western audiences. A fun watch.
- Sideways (2004) - The scene where Miles picks up Jack takes place in L.A. Sideways is an independent film that did very well and brought Paul Giamatti a solid leading role and much acclaim. The film itself has some undue prententiousness to it (it's about sommeliers so what do you expect?), but if you can look past that, it is a solid watch and also serves as a virtual tour of the California coastline.
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2009) - The vast majority of the film is actually in Hawaii, but it begins and ends in L.A., presumably Hollywood. Stars Jasaon Seigl, best bae Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Russell Brand, with a few other SNL appearances. This is definitely another guy romcom that is good to have for a breakup. Its humor also holds up very well.
- Get Him to the Greek (2010) - A film that goes to several locations, but begins and ends in Los Angeles. Stars Russell Brand and Jonah Hill as a loose spin-off to their Forgetting Sarah Marhsall characters, with Nicholas Stoller still directing. Despite a very regrettable portrayal of male rape and the almost equally regrettable casting of P. Diddy, it's a decent enough watch to get a few laughs out of it, especially if you like Russell Brand's brand of humor.
- Inception (2010) - The very first dream layer the team enters is in DTLA. Also, the plane they're all on is headed to Los Angeles. Considered by many to be the best of Nolan, this is a film that is cerebral representation of dealing with grief all in the guise of a sci-fi action thriller. Stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, and a few others.
Movies that take place in a fictionalized Los Angeles
- Blade Runner (1982) - Takes place in a dystopian Los Angeles future. Movie is a sci fi classic directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford. The plot is centered around rogue synthetic humans and is a forerunner in the human vs. synths plotlines that we've seen time and again since. Has a huge legacy and got a bona fide sequel 35 years later.
- Back to the Future (1985) - Takes place in Hill Valley, a fictional city in California, but is filmed in and resembles San Gabriel Valley cities such as Glendale and Pasadena. Back to the Future is so popular that I'm not even going to bother typing more than that.
- Back to the Future Part II (1989) - Alnternates between a high technology future and a dystopian future in Hill Valley.
- Back to the Future Part III (1990) - Takes place in a frontier version of Hill Valley.
- Demolition Man (1993) - Takes place in a dystopian alternate timeline of Los Angeles, that become San Angeles in the future. This is another guilty pleasure of mine. Stars Sylvester Stallone, Sandra Bullock, and Wesley Snipes, among others, with a bit role for Robert Schneider. The movie is pretty bad, but still entertaining. The acting isn't bad at all, in fact Snipe's gave a great performance and the humor is really good. However, the films aesop is not very subtle, especially with Leary's little rant. They may as well just write "political correctness is bad, mkay" on a baseball bat and beat you over the head with it. Still, a fun watch.
- There Will Be Blood (2007) - Takes place in Little Boston, which is near Signal Hill and referenced in the film I believe. There Will Be Blood is, in my opinion, the best Revisionist Western we've had to date, and is renowned for it's superb writing, unconventional story telling, Daniel Day Lewis being Daniel Day Lewis, and the cinematography. Absolutely one of those movies you can watch several times and find something new to like.
- Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Takes place in a dystopian future in Los Angeles. Sequel to Blade Runner after 35 years, and was an excellent followup. I wonder if this is some kind of a record?
Thats it for my list. Don't feel like proofreading it, so I apologize for any grammatical errors. Be aware that I can't think of or remember EVERYTHING. Also this isn't meant to be an encyclopedic list, so there are some films I left off intentionalyl ebcause I didn't feel they were what I considered watchable. That being said, I'll edit in any film that's commented below, but don't blame me if you watch it and it sucks ass.
EDIT: Swimming With Sharks
(1994) - Another one I forgot. Stars 90s Kevin Spacey and Brett from Pulp Fiction. Decent watch, if not a bit over the top with the ending. Up in Smoke
(1978) - The original stoner comedy. Stars the comedy duo Cheech and Chong. Excellent watch and they do a good performance of Earache My Eye. In fact, the entire soundtrack is dope. Definitely worth a watch. Car Wash
(1976) - Solid comedy, stars Richard Pryor, and spawned the song of the same titled that charted heavily in the 70s. Had a really stupid remake that I think Aftermath records produced named The Wash
that is not at all worth mentioning further. Set It Off
(1996) - A bank heist film on the surface, but really the black woman's answer to Thelma and Louise. Stars Jada Pinkett-Smith, Vivica A. Fox, and Queen Latifah as a lesbian waaaaaaay before she officially came out. u/Cribbit
has further decreed that Bosch (Amazon Prime) and Barry (HBO) are further required watching for continued Los Angeles residency. u/SoCaLABoy
- L.A. Story (1991 u/south_butt
- Chinatown (1974) - can't believe I forgot about this one u/LaCienegaBoulevard
- Drive (2011) u/LaCienegaBoulevard
- Encino Man (1992) u/yungmisdreavus
- The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) u/illaparatzo
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) u/Omaro1
- 500 Days of Summer (2009) u/Westcork1916
- Falling Down (1993) u/Westcork1916
- Fight Club (1999) u/Westcork1916
- Swordfish (2001) u/Westcork1916
- The Fast and the Furious (2001) u/the_boy_who_lied
- Speed (1994) u/ItsAaronYo
- Lethal Weapon 1-4 (1987-1998) u/can_non
- The Big Lebowski (1998) u/CPL593
- Short Cuts (1993) u/CPL593
- Repo Man (1984) u/CPL593
- To Live and Die in L.A. (1985) u/CPL593
- Suburbia (1983) u/CPL593
- The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) u/CPL593
- The Player (1992) u/CPL593
- The Loved One (1965) u/CPL593
- Body Double (1984) u/CPL593
- Ed Wood (1994) u/CPL593
- The Long Goodbye (1973) u/CPL593
- Busting (1974) u/CPL593
- Minnie and Moskowitz (1971) u/CPL593
- Massacre Mafia Style (1974) u/CPL593
- The Decline of Western Civilization (1981) u/ZanderSchwab
- Go (1999) u/torpedobonzer
- Blood In Blood Out (1993) u/torpedobonzer
- American Me (1992) u/torpedobonzer
- Real Women Have Curves (2002) u/torpedobonzer
- Born In East L.A. (1987) u/torpedobonzer
- My Family (1995) u/mkgarcia
- Magnolia (1999) u/thatmattg
- Under the Silver Lake (2019) u/dookoo
- Volcano (1997) u/fujiiiiiiiiii
- La La Land (2016) u/aaf14
- Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) u/evilr2
- Escape from LA (1996) u/evilr2
- Tango & Cash (1989) u/evilr2
- They Live (1988) u/evilr2
- Last Action Hero (1993) u/evilr2
- This is the End (2013) u/Articulate_Silence
- Collateral (2004) u/Mattisthe1
- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) u/eaglebtc
- Stand and Deliver (1988)