As a woman, I get sick of being blamed for the world's problems, I'd just like to say that.
Also, the whole idea of us feeling sorry for this filthy stinking rich guy leaves me in the cold as well. Reminds me of that Good Charlotte song. Yeah, money can't buy everything. You don't get sympathy because you can't learn that lesson.
So I guess I'd say if you want to fill in your life and see more AFI top 100 movies, skip Citizen Kane. Instead, check out:
4. Babette's Feast (absolutely no one has seen this one, it would seem. sad.)
5. The Graduate
6. Star Wars
7. American Graffiti
8. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
9. Breakfast at Tiffany's
These are my favorite "perspective on life" movies. Of course, those of you who know me know that on most given movie nights I'm popping a Jackie Chan flick or whatever, but these are the films that really made me stop and think about life and love and all those important things. Go see them.