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My current top 10 films released by Criterion. Subject to change. How do you pick just 10??
A work of genius 20 years in the making. The defining film of Malick's entire oeuvre.
The defining film in Kubrick's career and a precursor to the director he would become.
French New Wave at its finest. One of the most inspiring and critically important films ever made.
A hilarious and introspective critique on the presence of religion in 20th century America.
This could be one of the greatest stories ever told. Fincher captures the beauty as well as the fragility of life on Earth while adhering to the complications of aging: forwards and backwards.
Kirk Douglas at his finest and a film that may bridge the gap between traditional film noir and the Hollywood Renaissance.
Great cast. Robert Mitchum gives one of the best performances of his career in this 1970s crime gem. Awesome screenplay, too.
Vicious imagery that attacks the viewer relentlessly. Only von Trier could make a film this gruesome but also this brilliant.
A groundbreaking film for both Polanski and Catherine Deneuve. Scary, sensual, and stylistic without being over-the-top.
Some of the best cinematography I've ever seen in any film. Incredibly symbolic and brilliantly acted.