Film buffs like an argument. Anyone who has watched Movieworld for a couple of hours knows this.
Film, as an artform, is open to interpretation and, as a result, criticism.
Does there exist a flawless film? One which shrugs pundits; having acheived, in itself, all of the director's intent?
To start the ball rolling, I'd offer up The Good, The Bad And The Ugly.
I think that's pretty much a masterpiece and I can't think of a thing wrong with it.