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Alright, so there are more than 10 here. Thank God for the "Tie" button. These are some films that I really love from the Criterion Collection.
Funny, heartbreaking, and very realistic. A bittersweet look at sex and relationships.
The acting, writing, direction, wardrobe and production design are all top notch. This is a movie that stays in your mind long after it's over.
This is such a quirky movie. It's full of bizzare comedy, wit and heart. The scene where they finally see the Tiger shark is tear enducing. The music is just off the charts.
I can't praise this movie enough. It just needs to be seen by everyone.
The madness, care and love that goes into creating movies and how it affects the lives of the people who create them. Fascinating and haunting with it's claustrophobia-like dream sequences.
Oh, man... This movie. It's just brilliant. Hands down. Nothing more can really be said about it that hasn't already been said.
I have never laughed so hard at crucifiction in all my life.
A movie about the search for freedom. Just beautiful in every aspect. It really makes you think about life and what we can and can't do; how there will always be people that will try to stop us from truly living the life we feel we need to.
Heartbreaking. The story, the acting, the music... Ben Johnson's monologue is ranked up there with the best that have ever been written.
An angel who falls in love? I'm in. I really love the transition of Black & White to color. Plus, it has Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. And Peter Faulk! Don't get me started on Peter Faulk. He steals every scene he's in.
An incredibly hard movie to pinpoint. So, I'll just leave it at funny, crazy, and incredibly creepy.
The imagination of a child is a beautiful thing. But, in this case, it's very terrifying and sad.
That whistling, it gets me every time. Peter Lorre needs to be resurrected and put into every movie ever made.