I've seen not a lick of Twin Peaks, but I find it weird a lot of film critics are insisting it should be treated as a film. Can't it just be a TV show you thought was very good? Surely one of the defining features of a film is that it's released all at once (nobody even refers to Kill Bill as one film, it's two).
Amusing that the numbers on Fallen Idol make it look like, well, a fallen idol (pretty much steadily worse until it drops off the list).
Audition has a funny trajectory.
I wouldn't have expected Donnie Darko to be added to this sort of list in this year - my inclination is that interest in it has declined over time, not helped by a directors' cut that was generally disliked and lackluster receptions to Richard Kelly's next two movies.