I guess most of you probably know who Paul Thomas Anderson is. If you don't you have most likely seen one of his movies. That being said I can't recommend them enough to people who love great filmmaking. I just rewatched Punch Drunk Love, and the fact that it is a romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler and an amazing movie at the same time should tell you how special it is. For whatever reason (money), Sandler has primarily been involved in some of the worst comedy abortions in recent years. But the dude can really act, much better than a good majority of dramatic actors that are working today. His role seems like it was tailor made for him. He plays a man with deep rage issues and psychological problems. He also has seven narcassistic, bitchy sisters, which probably explains some of his rage. The supporting cast is just as good, and the plot, while not entirely coherent is engaging. Some of it involves a mattress salesman/phone sex line owner, a broken harmonium, 4 blonde brothers, 2 car crashes, frequent flyer mile promotions, and pudding. Just watch this movie, if only to see proof that Adam Sandler is usually abysmally miscast as a completely retarded character with absolutely zero range. While you're at it, watch Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and There Will Be Blood.