We don't think the tagline "From the Director of 'One Hour Photo'" on the 'Never Let Me Go' poster really does the job in letting audiences know what they're in for when it comes to director Mark Romanek.

Sure, the 2002 thriller starring Robin Williams was swell and all, but Mark's best work has really been in music videos. Here you'll find some of our favorites -- sit back and acquaint yourself with this director's impressive video resume.

We don't think the tagline "From the Director of 'One Hour Photo'" on the 'Never Let Me Go' poster really does the job in letting audiences know what they're in for when it comes to director Mark Romanek.

Sure, the 2002 thriller starring Robin Williams was swell and all, but Mark's best work has really been in music videos. Here you'll find some of our favorites -- sit back and acquaint yourself with this director's impressive video resume.

Fiona Apple -- 'Criminal'
Not quite sure exactly what's going on here in this video, but it's definitely hot, whatever it is.



Nine Inch Nails -- 'Perfect Drug'
Yes, there are better NIN videos, but this one's especially notable, if only because it seems to be making fun of the better NIN videos. Romanek channels his inner Tim Burton here.



Keith Richards -- 'Wicked As It Seems'
It's always a treat when an old-timer shows the young whippersnappers how it's done. Here, Keith smokes, scowls and lurks in the shadows as a group of sexy weirdos mug to the camera.



Mick Jagger -- 'God Gave Me Everything'
Another case of the old guy delivering the goods, this video features the "Snorricam," which ... well, you'll just have to watch to see how it works. And yes, that's Shannyn Sossamon enjoying the hell out of her headphones.



No Doubt -- 'Hella Good'
Fun with jet skis and water in general with Gwen Stefani and the gang. Everyone went home drenched after shooting this one.



Beck -- 'Devil's Haircut'
You remember this one, don't you? Beck looks like he's 14 years old here, and Romanek brings a narrative twist at the end that's actually rather ominous.



Red Hot Chili Peppers -- 'Can't Stop'
Not really anyone's finest hour across the board, but there's something about this video that makes the song even more catchy -- it's almost as if Romanek is daring you not to have it in your head for the next, oh, six years or so.



Eels -- 'Novocaine For the Soul'
The video is as oddly melancholy as the song, and the two of them together will take you to a strange place you might not want to return from. Plus, band members float about in the air, which is just cool.



Michael & Janet -- 'Scream'
The Jacksons work through some sibling rivalry tension creatively, which is, of course, the best way to go about it. Romanek's solution seems to be that they should both be shot into outer space -- which, at the time, might've been the only town that was big enough for the both of them.



Madonna -- 'Bedtime Story'
A sexy science fiction dreamscape with the Material Girl -- the video reinvents itself as it goes along almost as much as Madonna has herself throughout her career.



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