Mystery Men is just unbelievably bad. What are you talking about?
Requiem is overrated and Run Lola Run is not much different. They're both style, not substance, not character, not development, not plot. Memento is only a slightly higher evolution of the same fault--far too much credit given for essentially a one-viewing contrived ploy. Requiem is everything that Trainspotting isn't, which is why it doesn't come close to Trainspotting's tie for best movie ever made. Run Lola Run is a German chich Rashomon, that's all.
Big ups to the original Manchurian Candidate. Such a shame the remake in now probably better known than the brilliant original.
Idiocracy is not underrated, it was a good idea executed poorly.
The Way Of The Gun is good at times, mostly just because it's extremely visceral. Usual Suspects is not a good comparison though--I'd go with The Professional/Natural Born Killers as a "if you liked these, you'll like this" instead (despite Stone's pissing all over a brilliant script with Killers").
Cannibal and Wet Hot got exactly the recongiition they deserve. The Wet Hot crew's excuse for witty satire is so immature and half-assed it makes ME blush and the Zucker Bros. cringe.
Pi is Aronofsky's best flick, and shares a lot of similarties with and differences with Primer. Primer is kinda intensely boring unless you like being drawn into the ultra-geeky world of practically real science fiction, and it must be applauded for somehow pulling that off. Lord know it's harder than fuck to get an audience geeking in their seats about science talk they don't hardly understand. Pi was a more effective blend of that aspect and real-world conflict, although it should be noted that Primer was shot for cheaper than any major picture, by only a handful of crew, over the course of several years an costing less than a couple thousand.