I found A Scanner Darkly, the Richard Linklater/Philip K. Dick movie from 2006, in the 2-for-$5 DVD bin and took it home. Four years ago the film was covered by WIRED for its technological gim-crackery, but made nary a ripple among the critics. This weekend I gave it a spin, and loved it.
I thought it was trippy, paranoid, funny and deeply intuitively tragic -- the first film to be completely true to Dick, in other words. Not only was the movie worth my while, I also very much look forward to listening to the audio commentary* (A)
*with Linklater, Keanu Reeves, Jonathan Lethem and Dick's daughter Isa.