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Amazing visuals, incredible performances, overall cinematic brilliance.
Steven Soderbergh's zany, absurdist comedy. Not for everyone, but if it's your taste, it will likely be in the tops of your list.
Overall one of my favorite films across the board. Near perfect in so many ways.
The vibrancy of Robby Muller's work in this film never quite came out right on my VHS copy, so I was quite happy to see Criterion release this on BluRay.
I am hard pressed to think of a more unlikely and enjoyably quirky trio. Maybe only the Marx Brothers.
Unquestionably Terry Gilliam's greatest. Epic, strange, ridiculous.
No one quite makes a film as introspective at Terrence Malick, in my opinion. And this one is damn good.
Fellini's obvious masterpiece. Although, on this list, it might be just a half step down from where it lands on the list. Heh. Heh ... Heh.
Fantastic script and snappy performances. Preston Sturges' greatest acheivement.
This is technically cheating by adding this to a Top 10 list, because it has now, in reality, become a Top 12. But Kieslowski's trilogy is impossible to separate as one film is as captivating and compelling as the next.