A group of NASA researchers cum pilots become the only hope of fighting unknown Aliens. The plot is so far fetched that you have to see it to believe. Add to that hilarious cheap special effects, it's a fun ride.
Robert Altman masterpiece. There's like two dozen characters involved. Music unites everything and indeed the characters and relationships are explained to us by the camera movements during the songs. No fast plot development, we wait for it to slowly reveal itself.
Jacques Tati's vision realised half a century later by Sylvain Chomet. It's a gem. Simple, silent (almost, very few dialogues), the art of conveying more with less. The score is a beauty, also done by the director himself.
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