A Hong Kong-set crime drama from Wong Kar-wai, Fallen Angels is as great as anything else the filmmaker has done.
Before Joel Schumaker had some damage control to do in the wake of his Batman film in 1997, he was making Falling Down with Michael Douglas and Robert Duvall. It’s a crime-thriller that sees a former defense worker taking revenge on the society that wronged him.
Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins are two of the greatest actors of our time—their collaboration in Legends of the Fall is enough to warrant a watch (or rewatch) as well as a placement on this list.
The latest Mission: Impossible film features plenty of falls, hence the title—nuclear fallout, falling out of planes, even falling off ledges and breaking ankles.
Will James Bond movies ever fall from glory? It’s not likely, but if they ever do, Skyfall will surely end up ranking among some of the best in the franchise’s history.
A real spectacle of a film presented by Spike Jonze and David Fincher, The Fall is truly something special (despite sharing the word “fall” with all these other films).
Likely one of the first movies with “fall” in the title, The Fall of the House of Usher is a French horror film that features eventual superstar Luis Buñuel as an Assistant Director.