*Love and Death (The funniest Woody Allen film I've seen)
I liked this one too. Napoleon and his obsession with "Beef Wellington" cracked me up. I saw "Days of Heaven"
. Looks-wise, it's the most beautiful movie I've ever seen. A lot of it was shot outdoors at times where the sky was the most amazing shades of blue or orange and pink from the sun setting at dawn or dusk. The shots of nature like fields and rivers were also captivating. It's too bad the characters and the story were so lifeless, but if you have any appreciation for the technical aspects of cinema, it's worth watching for the amazing cinematography.