Favorite Moving-Pictures

I think this was even harder than picking out my favorite books.
These movies have made me cry, laugh, smile, and angry. They have inspired me, my work, and have shaped who I am today.

Top 35 Favorite Films (in no particular order):

35. Goodfellas
34. The Dark Knight
33. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
32. To Kill a Mockingbird
31. Planes, Trains and Automobiles
30. The Fly (both 1958 and 1986 versions)
29. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
28. Bad Words
27. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
26. Fargo
25. War Horse
24. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
23. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
22. Roman Holiday
21. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
20. Easter Parade
19. Good Will Hunting
18. Shaun of the Dead
17. Raiders of the Lost Ark
16. Candy
15. American Beauty
14. Inglourious Basterds
13. Taxi Driver
12. Beetlejuice
11. The Truman Show
10. Forrest Gump
9. A Nightmare on Elm Street
8. Secret Window
7. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
6. Fight Club
5. Donnie Darko
4. The Big Lebowski
3. American Psycho
2. When Harry Met Sally
1. Jaws


2 thoughts on “Favorite Moving-Pictures

  1. Props for coming up with a list–I find it hard to think about all the great movies I’ve seen without brainstorming with someone. A little disappointed not to see Babe on this list!!

    • It took me a VERY long time to make a list, and I know I’m still forgetting movies (like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, how could I forget that??). And I honestly didn’t even think about Babe! I should have put Homeward Bound and The Lion King on it, too. Maybe I’ll have to make a “Kid/Family Movies” list. Lol.

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