I'm hardly against experimenting, otherwise i'm sure i'd have a rather limited number of favourite films and tv shows. But those films, on that list, don't grab me enough to want to rush out and see them. Another list and it could be very, very different.
So you haven't yet seen them? Believe me, you missed out on some pretty good ones. My experience is: in the wake of a lifetime one sees a terrible lot of pretty low dreck that one just suffers to kill off some time, isn't it? Next time you find yourself in such a position, give No Country For Old Men a try. See it as a character building experience, just to show you can do it, watch a film that doesn't immediately pop all your body glands. And if you're 15 minutes into it and you still don't want to know how this particular story continues, ok, then I suppose it's just not made for you. Doesn't make you an evil soul or something.
If you should find it, surprisingly, most surprisingly, an interesting, maybe even
joyful experience, then you may find other films on this list may give you a similar experience of unexpected discovery.