It's a David Lynch film. We probably do not want to say more, right? We will. Naomi Watts stars as a wanna-be actress who allows an amnesiac woman recover from a vehicle crash,

Mulholland Drive (2001)

Many directors have attempted to duplicate what Lynch does here (the dream logic, the back-light, the twist) though nobody has come close.

To this day, Wall-E is an all-time great romance. A dating blossoms between Wall-E and Eve like a plant in a landfill--the world has shipped off to space.

Wall-E (2008)

Mad Max: Fury Road is effectively the other of In the Mood For Love. It has a massive budget and lots of action.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

The film is complete of stars, and the camera lingers on massive, fire-ball explosions.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

George Miller's first try at Mad Max was solid, however this time he shifts into high gear. He makes Fast 9 look like Driving Miss Daisy.

A guy taking revenge on the group that abducted his daughter? That premise could be a little cheesy. It may want to easily devolve into another Taken knockoff.

Old Boy (2004)

Fortunately, Old Boy trades morals for myth, coolness for perversity. This ain't your dad's revenge flick, no sirree. 

Old Boy (2004)

This is the kind of revenge flick in which a person bashes another person's face in with a hammer.

Old Boy (2004)

The masterpiece his whole profession seemed to were building towards, Alfonso Cuaron's sumptuous reminisce of childhood and the housekeeper who cared for him takes elements of everything

Roma (2018)

he had ever made--the scale of Gravity, the humanity of Children of Men, the intimacy of Y tu mama tambien--and wraps them into one majestic package.

Roma (2018)

The plot of The Turin Horse is not all that different from Satantango. Where that movie was a waltz with death, The Turin Horse is a long, infinite walk into the winds of fate.

The Turin Horse (2011)

There's a piece of Chekhov, a piece of Beckett, and an entire lot of Revelation on this parable approximately a father and daughter ready out a storm. End result is a masterpiece in existentialism.