7. The Whitmans "The Darjeeling Limited"
It might seem like a cop out to not hone in on a specific sibling from the volatile Whitman bunch, but Francis, Peter, and Jack are a package deal. Choosing one would be like severing the Marx Bros. or the Three Musketeers. The trio might be alone in their respective malaise, but they're joined in a singular spiritual quest. What most critics failed to acknowledge was that "The Darjeeling Limited" is not a picturesque sojourn through India; something meant to wow you with its wondrous scenery hurtling past the cabin windows. The setting is irrelevant. The meandering pace is representative of the nebulous paths, which the brothers must traverse to find a semblance of "home."