2. "Brazil"

The "Love Conquers All" version

Released by Criterion, the god of extra features, the three-disc bells-and-whistles edition of Terry Gilliam's masterpiece includes a 94-minute cut of the film with all the changes the director fought long and hard not to make. Put together by editors hired by Universal, it removes almost all the dream sequences and turns Gilliam's dark vision of a dystopian future into a sunny romance between Jonathan Pryce's Sam and Kim Greist's Jill, complete with a happy ending.

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