Netflix this weekend:
A Woman in Berlin (2008) because commenter Allie recommended it;
Added: [This was a great movie and story. It's particularly poignant because the woman who drafted the original story faced attacks while still alive and stipulated that her identity never be revealed. She was "outed" 2 years after her death. link Her original diaries are still not open. The latter aspect reminds me of the missing originals to the Last Letters From Stalingrad saga. link.]
12 O'Clock High (1949) because I've never seen it; and
Chinatown (1974) because my wife admitted that she never cared about the water rights angle of the story and wants to see it again too.
Added: [I've seen Chinatown several times and it just gets better with age. My wife is reading Colossus (and urging me to read it too). That her got curious about California water rights and so the fictionalized story in Chinatown came up. We're already planning a road trip with the kids to the dam and to Vegas.]