Corpse Bride Edward Scissorhands Inglourious Basterds Saw (I - VI) Toy Story (or any Pixar movie) Hercules The Princess & The Frog Interstella 5555 Spirited Away Castle in the Sky How to Train Your Dragon
I could honestly watch all of those movies over and over, and never get tired of them.
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Everything from Disney: Classics never die. No matter how old you get, you can watch them without feeling any need to be ashamed. I'm 19 and still every Christmas I get one DVD movie for my birthday. Last time it was Sleeping Beauty.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp in the same movie? Count me in! One of my favourites, no doubt about it. Acting is superb, dialogue funny and the plot is interesting. Beautiful locations and good effect and yet they don't take anything away from the story. Even people who don't like action movies ( like Yours Truly) can enjoy this one.
Shawshanks Redemption: Highly underrated or either outdated, I don't know why people don't talk about it. When this movie was shown on TV, I forgot all about my homework and watched it to the end. The athmosphere was so intense and the characters were likable, not to mention that the performances, especially that of Morgan Freeman, were out of this world. The ending made me cry and after the last scene, I felt serene.
Taken: Underrated; A former FBI- agent goes out to hunt the criminals that kidnapped his spoiled, selfish daughter, that's the best summary I can give. Despite the amount of violence ( there is A LOT of it), this movie made me feel strong emotions for the main character ( Liam Neeson) and a I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.