I’d have to go with David Lynch’s The Straight Story. It’s a true story about an old man who wants to visit his estranged brother after finding out he had a stroke. Since he can’t see well enough to drive a car, he rides a lawnmower 240 miles from Laurens, Iowa to Mount Zion, Wisconsin. The movie never discusses why he hasn’t seen his brother in so long, and the movie is mostly just him traveling by himself, and when he does talk to people it’s nothing really deep or emotional. I won’t say exactly what happens, but I will say that it’s nothing big or tragic. It’s the best depiction of the subtly of male emotions I’ve ever seen on film, and I feel like it might be too underwhelming for most female viewers if it doesn’t go over their head entirely. Honestly, I think The Straight Story (a G-rated Disney production) should be place alongside Fight Club and Gran Torino as one of the essential movies for men.