Just waiting for the next one to come in...
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams-1990, a bunch of Japanese actors and a little bit of Martin Scorsese.
He says- Eight vignettes- increasingly apocalyptic--as "dreamt" by an 80-year-old widely regarded as the greatest living filmmaker of the era. Results vary in quality, though any three viewers are likely to rate the episodes in a widely shuffled order. At least one-mountain climbers caught in an all-consuming blizzard- is vintage "K." Scorsese portrays Van Gogh in one segment. (Do you detect any Burt Lancaster in his speech patterns?) 3 stars.
I say- Stunningly visual film to look at, extremely boring plot. Not really so much of a plot, but more of a collection of short stories talking about humanity's relationship with the environment. If you're in the mood to look at a living painting, watch this one, however, if you want a movie, look elsewhere. 2 stars.