I love all the Bourne films and have watched them a few times, but they are pretty big films most have probably seen and have a view on one way or another. Like Shamus I also loved Motorcycle Diaries - what young man doesn't dream of such adventure, and putting the world to rights?
I will try to choose a few perhaps slightly less well known films I have watched recently and liked.
About Schmidt - excellent story of an ordinary life gone wrong in a terrifyingly believable and ordinary way.
Everything Is Illuminated - about obsessions, identity, different cultures, coming to terms with the past.
Acts of Love (or Carried Away) - an older man has an affair with a young woman and reevaluates his relationship with his childhood sweetheart. The acting is patchy in places but good ideas well presented.
The Emerald Forest - a young boy is kidnapped by Amazon Indians and is integrated into the tribe only to be recovered many years later as the tribe faces existential threat.
Evil - a boy has a hard time adjusting to boarding school, worth persevering with the English subtitles from the Swedish original.
Sweet Sixteen - about a Scottish boy who saw drug dealing as an escape from his background only to be overtaken by events.
The Importance of Being Ernest - I have good memories of watching this film in an English cinema in Vienna. I like Oscar Wilde film adaptations in general: also see A Good Woman with the beautiful Scarlett Johansson.
The Third Man - talking about Vienna, if anyone has somehow managed not to see it yet, it's an old classic with Orson Welles, not to be missed.
Most of these are fairly mainstream, but some ideas anyway.
Pan's Labyrinth gets a big thumbs up from me too.