Maybe folks like Tim Burton and James Cameron have more to say like George Miller
Terry Gilliam - "Brazil"
This is probably sacrilege to some, but satirizing bureaucracy and playing with dystopia in meaningful, zeitgeisty ways will always have a place, particularly if someone like Gilliam is leading the way. And if this one's too pure to sully with another stab, then how about "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen." I just want to see Gilliam's imagination run wild with some of his earlier concoctions again.