Here's another one that nobody seems to like except me. Maybe that's because nobody expected a movie with Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan to be a double dark noir tale, which is what this is.
Quaid is Arlis, a guy who stocks vending machines. But he has a past, one that he shares with his father, played by James Caan, a man who's never known what a conscience was. It's not much of a spoiler to tell you that Ryan, a woman Arlis gives a ride to and then becomes attached to, shares in that past. It's a bloody and violent past, for sure. And then there's Gwyneth Paltrow in one of her first big roles as Caan's considerably younger female companion. She's getting lessons in larceny and seems to take to them well.
You know going in that this one can't possibly end well for everybody, or maybe for anybody. There will be blood. I found it suspenseful and well acted by all concerned. Maybe not a classic, but certainly not a dud. Check it out.