They have more releases than I can keep up with, but there's always room for a little more...
  1. Talk To Her
    This is Almodovar's definitive masterpiece and it isn't out on blu-Ray yet
  2. After Life
    This overlooked gem by Hirokazu Kore-Eda was released by the now defunct New Yorker films. It is a crappy transfer, it deserves a proper hi-def treatment.
  3. Fearless
    This Peter Weir pic is heartbreaking but ultimately life affirming.
  4. The Vertical Ray of the Sun
    Beauty is the only word that comes to mind
  5. Waking Life
    Groundbreaking visuals. Deep metaphysical conversations. Nothing quite like it in the world.
  6. Groundhog Day
    Must I say anything?
  7. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
    Words don't do the film justice
  8. Tabu
    This overlooked diamond by Miguel Gomes is beautiful, haunting and understated
  9. A Serious Man / Barton Fink
    The Coen's two best films. I couldn't decide.
  10. Punch-Drunk Love
    My favorite PTA film. It would look gorgeous on blu-Ray. And there are rumors that criterion plans to release it.
  11. Mary and Max
    This wonderful animated film is one of my all time faves. Voiced by Toni Collette and the late great Philip Seymour Hoffman
  12. Margaret
    This film was caught up in custody battles for years resulting in two different edits of the film. I prefer the longer version.
  13. The king of Comedy
    How has this not happened yet?!
  14. I am Love
    Tulsa Swinton speaking Italian in a Russian accent
  15. House of Pleasures
    Also known as House of Tolerance. I'm not sure which is correct
  16. Home For the Holidays
    Jodie Foster's greatest accomplishment to date
  17. Defending Your Life
    Albert Brooks needs Criterion love & it needs to be this film
  18. Lost in Translation
    Or Marie Antoinette/The Virgin Suicides Sofia Coppola is a great director in her own right and should be canonized along with the men of her generation
    Suggested by @sugar