10. ALMOST FAMOUS (2000)
Every Cameron Crowe film is, in one way or another, about romance, rock & roll, and his romance with rock & roll. This power ballad of a movie also happens to be Crowe's greatest (and most personal) film thanks to the golden gods of Stillwater and their biggest fan, Kate Hudson's incomparable Penny Lane.9. LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003)
Six years later, we still have no clue what Bill Murray whispered into Scarlett Johansson's ear. And we don't want to. Why spoil a perfect film?
4. THE DARK KNIGHT (2008)
Every great hero needs a great villain. And Christian Bale's Batman found his in Heath Ledger's demented dervish, the Joker. 2. BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005)
Everyone called it ''The Gay Cowboy Movie.'' Until they saw it. In the end, Ang Lee's love story wasn't gay or straight, just human. Source: www.ew.com