Not all enjoyable but not recommendable movies are guilty pleasures, sometimes their content is hard to connect with a particular (casual/mainstream) audience, like for instance, Annihilation (2018) was an enjoyable movie for me but I surely know only a miniscule audience would be invested in such movie so I can't recommend it (unless I knew the people I talk to were into that).
Just finished watching the foreigner having had no idea Jackie Chan was in it...So after getting over the shock of seeing Jackie Chan driving a 90's Ford Mondeo around London I settled down and enjoyed it. I don't ever recall seeing him in a serious role.
I have to admit my Netflix choices are getting to the bottom of the barrel but this one was enjoyable. Quite intense but worth a spin.
Lately, I've really been into movies by Neil Breen.
To say that his movies are bizarre is a severe understatement... it's like they're created by an alien entity. They're so entertaining to watch. The guy can really give Tommy Wiseau a run for his money.
My favorite from his movies is probably Fateful Findings. That ending is just... *chef's kiss*
In theaters: Joker. Joaquin Phoenix's performance is awesome. That laugh... oh god. I dislike superhero movies and this is the only one I've ever looked forward to because it felt like a mix between The network and the Fight club from the trailers. It was even better! The way it portrays mental illness and how society treats mental health patients is one of the best I've ever seen, it's so true that hurts. It was an amazing experience, albeit an emotionally draining one.
And the compositions by Hildur Guðnadóttir are haunting and mesmerizing. A well deserved Oscar.
At home, a Sergio Leone marathon because we're like that (last one was The good, the bad and the ugly). The only true western movies were filmed in Almería and directed by an italian, fight me. John Ford's are boring (I love The quiet man, tough).
@odekopeko as a former Star Wars fan, my suggestion would be Rogue One. It's placed just before the beginning of Episode IV and it's the best Star Wars movie by Disney. If you aim for uncle George's movies, watch Episode IV: A new hope because it's what started everything.