A CURE FOR WELLNESS (2017): A young executive goes to a remote spa planning to recover his company's CEO, who appears to have gone insane and joined a "wellness" cult; circumstances lead him to become a patient as he investigates the place and learns its dark secrets. Gore Verbinksi creates very powerful imagery with nightmarish eels and a cringeworthy scene of dental torture; the obvious knock on the movie is that it can't decide if it wants to be a psychological thriller, surrealist dream-film, or straight-up horror movie, resulting in it being none of the above. 3/5.
THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE (1972): Six upper-class twits (and a bishop) attempt to have dinner together, but they are always interrupted before they can eat. Starts out as an on-the-sleeve satire of bourgeois manners but spirals into dreams inside of dreams; not savage surrealism, like THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL, but dry and sophisticated absurdism. 4.5/5.