For those unaware: sac·ro·sanct 1. extremely sacred or inviolable. 2. above or beyond criticism, change, or interference. In other words, which films hold a fond place in your heart, or otherwise mean something more to you than what critics or others might say? You don't have to provide reasons if you don't want to; I felt like doing it. My list: -The Road Warrior: The "so very alone" element of this character at the beginning and end of the film have always captured me. First few years of college, I kept coming back to this film because of the way Mad Max would come into, be weary of, and help the community of rebels, but ultimately, didn't join them on their journey. -Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan: The death of Spock at the end of this recently took on a different meaning for me; I knew this movie was awesome, but it didn't really become something untouchable until I came back to it recently. -The Blues Brothers: This is the movie that made me want to play the Saxophone. -The Star Wars trilogy: There isn't much I could say that hasn't been said by tons of fans - I got swept up in these stories when I was a kid and I've enjoyed dabbling in that universe - as a writer, artist, kitbasher, whatever - ever since. -Crossing Delancy: I must have seen this about a million times when I was a kid, but it was my Mom's favorite movie. The characters are really annoying, but I can't help but cry when I see it on TV now.