So, in following in wldhoney's footsteps, I'll start... The Wedding Banquet Take a gay Chinese man in the closet from his folks who want him married, put him in a New York browstone with his boyfriend, plan an arranged marriage to appease the parents and get a green card for a tenant and you have one of the funniest most moving films of it's day Citizen Kane This was the movie William randolph Hearst tried to destroy. This was the movie Hollywood gave Orson Welles unquestioned control over. In the end, it destroyed both men. You've heard the word "Rosebud", but do you know what it is? See it and find out. Eat, Drink, Man, Woman Chronicle of a widowed Chinese Master Chef and his eclectic relations with his three daughters. WARNING: Do NOT watch this film nless you have access to really good Chinese food. You will be hungry after watching it. Akira Kurosawa's Ran Shakespeares King Lear set in 19th century feudal Japan. Lot's of colors, amazing settings, and blood. A Kurosawa classic. Federico Fellini's Juliet of the Spirits The story of Julietta. A wealthy Italian housewife who questions her own sexuality while coping with the realization her husband is having an affair. One of his lesssr known, but to me, much better than 8 1/2.