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1. Melvin and Howard (1980) Photo: MCA/Universal Pictures/Photofest
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Iron & Wine
1. The Graduate (1967) Perhaps the most important touchstone in the career of director Wes Anderson, Mike Nichols' seminal comedy of disaffected youth echoes through all five of his features—for its groundbreaking use of pop songs on the soundtrack, for its impeccable widescreen compositions, and for its tale of a young man of privilege crippled by uncertainty and melancholy.