Actually I didn't find much disfavor with "Ulysse's Gaze" the last time I saw it, (It's still one of the best films of 95) but enough to throw it out of my Top 100. I saw it at the cinema in a horribly dubbed german version, so it might improve again with another viewing (the fifth?), but I hadn't seen it in a long time before that, and since my taste in movies has been evolving so much during the last years, I didn't find it a wise decision leaving a film in my top list which I hadn't properly watched in a long time. I don't think I can leave a film in any of my list with a good conscience, if I haven't seen it again during the last three to four years (though one has to make compromises very often).
Some time after I saw "Ulysses' Gaze" again, I also rewatched Angelopoulos' next film "Eternity and a Day" (199 which hadn't touched me the first time, and I found it to be a masterpiece. That was finally reason enough to leave out "Ulysses' Gaze" from my Top 10 till I've seen it again.
I also looove road movies. If you look at most of my favorite films they are either about voyage or about being stuck. Actually almost my whole Top 20 could fit into this description. But I think life is like that. Either you're flowing, or you have to learn it again. I would like to have a glimpse into my filmtastes after 40 years. I have only been watching films seriously for about seven years, and I still feel like an amateur.