Once upon a time, Jennifer Lopez made interesting choices as an actress. The Cell was one of those choices. Playing a pscyhiatrist who literally ventures into the mind of a serial killer, she renders a solid performance in an inventive fantasy/horror film.
The impact that The Matrix made is undeniable (the less said about the follow-up films the better). Not only does it look really cool but it inspired countless stoned conversations about the plausibility of its premise (so I've heard).
This one is open to interpretation, I suppose. If you don't subscribe to the dream theory of the film, you'll probably object to Mulholland Drive's inclusion. If you do hold to that theory, you've got to admit that David Lynch pulls it off brilliantly.
It's all in your head... and you better enjoy it before it's erased forever. Michel Gondry and Charlie Kaufman's imaginative ode to heartbreak is a beautiful, unforgetable movie.
A classic that has endured for 70 years and counting. Truly, there is no place like home.