10.) What Dreams May Come
9.) Dark City
8.) The Truman Show
7.) Life is Beautiful
6.) Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
5.) Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
"I was right in the middle of a fucking reptile zoo! And somebody was giving booze to these god damn things!"
Perhaps the most critically acclaimed of Wes Anderson's films, Rushmore is brilliant, if only for Bill Murray jumping into a pool whilst holding a cigar and a glass of scotch.
Yet more religion, this time in the form of Darren Aronofsky studying Jewish mysticism gone awry.
2.) The Big Lebowski
If you really think about it, Dudeology is its own religion, or at least it is certainly a cult.
1.) The Thin Red Line
My high school history teacher once told me this is the greatest war movie ever made. I would be hard-pressed to disagree. If it were not bad enough that Malick was snubbed at this years Oscars, it was a sad case of history repeating itself, because his 1998 film faired no better at the 71st Annual Oscar's either.
Saving Private Ryan