10. MICHAEL CLAYTON
This terrific political thriller features what is probably George Clooney's best performance since Out Of Sight, and Tilda Swindon as the baddie is no throwaway act, either. The reason Michael Clayton belongs on this DVD list is for its commentary by director Tony Gilroy, who provides one of those wonderful one-way conversations about the craft of movie-making, as well as choice bits of anecdote and trivia, that make the DVD format so endlessly rewarding.
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