In the top ten.
I don't buy movies. In this day and age, I can punch one up on the NetFlix queue and have it at my door in two days, or if I really want it now, I can oftentimes stream it.
But when it comes to one's Top Ten, one considers keeping a small library of movies.
I just got done watching for the second time my new DVD of The Wind And The Lion. The soundtrack has been remastered, and watching it on the laptop with headphones has been most gratifying.
You've never seen it? A wonderful portrayal of Teddy Roosevelt by Brian Keith. A depiction of the turn-of-the century U.S. Marine Corps that will make you consider enlistment. A relatively respectful portrayal of the cheap life of the barbary pirates in Morroco in 1904 (with the Sultan Raisuli speaking with a Scottish accent. So? You would prefer perhaps that he spoke in the Berber tongue? I wouldn't.) Broomhandle mausers, Krags, 1895 Winchesters, bayonets against sabers and scimitars.
Damn, but it's satisfying. And at $8.00 new, it's cheap to buy.