I appreciate you taking the time to comment my recommendations.
Brazil - I do not think it was overrated at all. Sure, it was weird and a bit slow at times but that movie really reached out and touched me which is quite rare based on the sheer amount of media I consume.
Children of Men - Yes, the hippie-bullcrap & "good old chap"-british debauchery is everpresent thorough the movie but if you look beyond that its a great & touching movie.
Cowboy Bebop & Ghost in the Shell - I generally do not follow the 'hype' of movies so I cant quite relate to what you're saying here. I think these two were just perfectly fine.Beautifully animated and I get the impression that both movies really, truly have a story they want to share with the viewer.
Fury Road - I'm a bit biased here, watched it twice on IMAX & thrice at home, absolutely love it.
The Martian - Ok, I admit, the ending was a bit too extravagant but overall its a really entertaining & well-made movie.
Men In Black - It is indeed good but I wouldnt say that the second one is better & the third one really sucked (Warning: opinions)
Moon - I agree but as I stated earlier I dont follow the commercials & hype. I just watched it without expectations & was blown away by it. Splendid movie, a tear or two was shed.
Primer - I concur.
Star Wars - All I can say is that I enjoy them. People seem to have very varied opinions about Star Wars.
Stargate - The cheesyness is off the charts at times, indeed. But really enjoyed SG-1 & the actual movie really catered to my sci-fi tastes. Surprisingly good movie, to be based off a show.
Terminator - Yupp.
Total Recall - Luckily for me, I dont hate Willie the Smith.
Wall-E - I adore this one, its fantastic.
Watchmen - Haven't seen the Final Cut, only the Directors Cut. I think its quite a good one with its own way (IMO very successful) way of telling a story. Only negative is that its a bit too long.
Waterworld - Surprised by this one. Its not a "must see" but certainly a gem and rather unique.