There's a lot of Japanese films that I really like. Director Yoji Yamada (he has been making films since 1961 and is still churning them out at the remarkable age of 88) has a number of films that I love, samurai films Love and Honor, The Hidden Blade, the comedic trilogy What a Wonderful Family 1, 2 and 3 and the remake of Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story called Tokyo Family.
While Akira Kurosawa is known for The Seven Samurai, the Yojimbo series, his Red Beard is not be missed.
Also excellent is the trilogy Always Sunset on Third Street which is a comedic drama of several residents living in Tokyo in the 1950's during the start of the economic boom. Finally the two movies Midnight Diner 1 and 2. Movies based on Japanese manga (comics) where eccentric characters meet in a diner that is open from midnight to seven a.m.. These were preceded by three seasons of TV episodes in Japan. A fourth season was released on Netflix and can be viewed to see what the show is about.
European films include the comedy The Valet, dramas Dear Frankie, Mostly Martha horror film Attack the Block, Let the Right One In and the six part thriller series The Girl in the Dragon Tattoo.
If it's not a BIG screen, it's not a theater...