Dr Strangelove 91
A Clockwork Orange 88
The Shining 88
His other films are on my to do list.
Foolforalife - dont know if you're still around but i noticed this a while back :
Clockwork Orange 35
Completely failed attempt. A dumb glorification of violence. Every victim is portrayed as an idiot, the film sympathizes from beginning to end solely with the protagonist
"A dumb glorification of violence" is fair enough, although I disagree: I see it more as a glorious tribute to a sick, corrupt, and violent society.
However, your second point: surely WHO the film (or book, poem or anything else) sympathises with should not affect the quality of the film. Instead I would argue that it is how, or perhaps how well, the film symapthises with the character(s) is more of an issue in judging a film's quality. Art rarely makes claims to not being biased. More often, artists find themselves attempting to portray one point of view or perspective in an original or spectacular way.
Which Clockwork Orange does a nifty job of.