This list should really be longer. I went with two as it is symbolic of the cinematic twosie both these films produce.
Top Gun is essentially a movie about a bunch of dudes high-fiving each other for 70 minutes while occasionally playing volleyball. The wardrobe for this film must consists solely of a towel, a jump suit, Meg Ryan's pre-surgery face and roughly 30 pages of gay innuendo. Also, Ryan, portraying a female love interest, says things like, "Take me to bed or lose me forever." I've never heard a woman say this. Women say things like, "You're really creeping me out," "I told you never to call this number again," or "You are breaking the law by violating my restraining order."
As anyone who has ever had more than two drinks with me knows, I hate Clint Eastwood. Mostly because he's a terrible director, but also because I'm not a Republican. Anywho, this Academy-loved shit bomb was particularly offensive for many reasons: Obvious Christ-figure overtones, complete reinforcement of stereotypes and meandering dialogue. Seeing a grumpy, quasi-racist old ass man is not what I call stellar acting. It's what I call the holidays. Perhaps most offensive is the films assumption that fucking Clint Eastwood could actually win this fight: