'Wonder Woman' (2017)
Here is just a sampling of the great movies you can watch now on HBO Go/HBO Now: "Wonder Woman," "GoodFellas," "Love, Simon," "Dunkirk," and "Phantom Thread." So add these and some other gems to your queue.
If you see only one Martin Scorsese movie in your lifetime, make it this mob masterpiece.
'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' (1969)
William Goldman's script and the loose, jokey performances of Newman and Robert Redford made this Western about the train-robbing outlaws into the prototype for all future buddy pictures. Not to sleight Katharine Ross as their moll, but this movie is all about the bromance.
Everything clicked for the Coen Bros. in this snowy, farcical crime drama about a kidnapping gone horribly awry. The brothers won their first Oscar for their original screenplay, and Frances McDormand won Best Actress for her iconic performance as Marge Gunderson, the least neurotic, most well-adjusted cop in movie history. Oh, by the way, that based-on-a-true-story disclaimer? That's a lie.
'The Fugitive' (1993)
This Best Picture nominee helped usher in the post-"Star Wars" and Indiana Jones phase of Harrison Ford's career, one where he transitioned from playing rugged scoundrels and globetrotting adventurers to grizzled, everyman heroes. We still get a kick out of watching Ford's Dr. Richard Kimble and Tommy Lee Jones' relentless Deputy Samuel Gerard have their game of cat and mouse.
'Wonder Woman' (2017)
Finally, a decent -- nay, great -- DCEU movie! Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman is as perfect a fit as Chris Evans as Captain America, with heart, beauty and fearlessness that makes us gasp. The No Man's Land scene still gives us chills.
Christopher Nolan's dazzling World War II drama barely lets up for a minute as he follows the troops stranded on the beach, the heroic pilot (Tom Hardy) who's one of their only defenses, and the ordinary citizens coming to their countrymen's rescue in boats of all sizes. Watch on the biggest screen you can.
'Blade Runner 2049'
It underperformed at the box office, but Denis Villeneuve's follow-up to the 1982 cult classic is as gorgeous as sci-fi gets. Oscar-winning cinematography from Roger Deakins, stunning production design and great performances from Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford make this a must-see.
'The Shape of Water' (2017)
Is this the strangest movie to ever win Best Picture? Guillermo Del Toro's ode to classic cinema is surprisingly romantic for a movie about a woman who falls in love with a fishman.
'Phantom Thread' (2017)
A rigidly precise clothing designer (Daniel Day-Lewis) falls for a waitress (the revelatory Vicky Krieps) who becomes his new muse. But she's not as docile or naive as she seems! Nominated for 6 Oscars, it won for Costume Design.
'Atomic Blonde' (2017)
Charlize Theronn kicking ass in 1989 Berlin (before the wall came down), all set to fantastic synth tunes like New Order's "Blue Monday" ? Yes, please! We could watch this all day.
'Paddington 2' (2018)
Simply one of the funniest, most delightful films of 2018. Our favorite bear brings kindness (and a love for marmalade) everywhere he goes, even prison! And Hugh Grant's deliciously over the top turn as the villain deserves all the awards.
'The Post' (2017)
In a sort of prequel to the events of "All the President's Men," the owner and editors of The Washington Post must decide whether to defy Nixon's White House and publish the Pentagon Papers, which proved the administration knew the Vietnam War was not a conflict they could win. Solid stuff from Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.
'The Full Monty' (1997)
A group of broke Scottish men decide that their key to riches is in becoming the working class version of Chippendale's dancers. Riotous fun ensues. (Note: Despite its R rating, we don't actually see "The Full Monty."
'How to Train Your Dragon' (2010)
A young Viking lad who's been raised to fear dragons instead tames the most dangerous dragon of all. A stirring, surprisingly heartfelt adventure for your whole family.
'The Princess Bride' (1987)
Spending time with Buttercup, Westley (aka The Dread Pirate Roberts), and friendly giant Fezzik is one of the surest mood picker-uppers ever crafted.
'Love, Simon' (2018)
Simon (Nick Robinson) has a secret he hasn't told anyone: He's gay. When he starts corresponding with a guy named "Blue" online, is he headed for romance or heartbreak? It's a bit of both and a whole lot of heart-tugging scenes like the one where his mom (Jennifer Garner) makes him -- and us -- cry with her overwhelming support.
'Dead Calm' (1989)
In this taut Aussie thriller, Nicole Kidman and Sam Neill's sailing trip turns into a nightmare after rescuing Billy Zane, who claims to be the lone survivor of a nearby boat where everyone else died of food poisoning. (Note: Billy Zane and boats are never a safe combo!)
'Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy' (2004)
"You stay classy, San Diego."