Lady Gaga's 'Marry the Night' video: How does it compare to her others?

lady-gaga-marry-the-night-still.jpgLady Gaga is known for creating wildly imaginative, extra-long videos to accompany her singles, and her just-released clip for "Marry the Night" is no different.

The 13-minute video, which Gaga herself directed, features a mental asylum, burning cars, giant group dances and our star writing around topless with a box of Honey Nut Cheerios. But how does that stack up against her other videos?

Well, for starters, it's definitely the longest of the "Born this Way" singles. The title song from that album gets a mere seven-minute-long clip, while "Judas" and "You and I"  (a Zap2it favorite because it features former werewolf Taylor Kinney) are both six minutes and "The Edge of Glory" is five.

But putting length aside, our personal favorite still has to be "Telephone." That may or may not have something to do with the presence of Beyonce, but we're giving the credit mostly to the brightly colored, pop-art motif and cigarette glasses. Then again, the "Metropolis" vibe of "Bad Romance" could give "Marry the Night" a run for its money on the deep meaning front.

What's your favorite Lady Gaga video? How does "Marry the Night" compare to her others?