10. Dune (1984)
One of David Lynch’s spectacular failures, Dune is a movie that doesn’t actually make any sense at all (because the novels don’t), but tries to make sense. What results is an extremely confounding plot, which isn’t so strange for Lynch, and a sort of eerie take on sci-fi and fantasy. Dune has some of the best special effects for its time period, and is a really great movie to sit back and watch when you’re drunk and alone. While Dune is basically impossible to follow, and thus terribly hard to sit through, it’s also pretty intricate and visually appealing, which makes it awesome.