That really does it.
Carrie: Does not hold up well.
Blow Out: Uninteresting, slightly masturbatory sound in film exercise.
The Untouchables: Of the films of his I've seen, this one bothers me the least, if only for the Connery Academy Award. Still fairly uneven. Once Connery is dead (and the film is 21 years old, so I can't imagine I've spoiled much there), the film loses its luster.
Casualties of War: Ugh. Setting out to make a small-scale, thoughtful war film. Does not work in his hands. Coincidentally, Michael J. Fox's worst film. Wait, MJF's worst film was a De Palma film?
Bonfire of the Vanities: Resoundingly panned. From all accounts, a poor adaptation of a well-loved book. A 5.1 on imdb, for whatever that's worth.
Raising Cain: Haven't seen it in years. Thought it was retarded when I was 15. Can't imagine my tastes have changed enough to come around on that one.
Carlito's Way: Also haven't seen it since it came out. I did not care for it. I have friends who like this film who dislike De Palma, so I can't say for sure I'd still dislike this.
Mission: Impossible: First flawed film in a series of flawed films, the second being the most entertaining.
Snake Eyes: See Mission: Impossible? Seeing this is then unnecessary, as they're the same film.
Mission to Mars: Actually saw part of this the other day. Retarded. Didn't even know it was De Palma.
Femme Fatale: There is no reason to ever see this. Trust me.
So, that was more than one word. Sorry. The first one summed it up.