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  • Published on Jan 4, 2013
  • In my opinion: these are really the best 40 movies ever made!!! Unfortunately I forgot to mention some movies like INTO THE WILD, LIFE OF PI or SHUTTER ISLAND (or INTERSTELLAR cause it came out after I've created this video)... BUT:
    Movies like LORD OF THE RINGS, STAR WARS, FIGHT CLUB, GOODFELLAS, SCARFACE, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, 300, MAGNOLIA etc. or the whole old stuff like PSYCHO, CASABLANCA, CITIZEN KANE, 12 ANGRY MEN, THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY (entire Dollar-Trilogy),VERTIGO, CLOCKWORK ORANGE, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, THE KID, MODERN TIMES, THE GREAT DICTATOR, SEVEN SAMURAI, RAGING BULL, SHINING, JAWS, 2001 etc. etc. etc. most of them are great, even very great, of course!!! AND YES I've seen them all!!! But in my opinion, they can not be counted among the 40 best movies of all time only cause they are old, classic and have good ratings TODAY, most of them from people older than 60!!! Why am I emphasizing TODAY? Cause many of these todays "Big Classics" were nothing special at their time, some even have been hated and only many many years later and mostly after the death of the director they become classics!!! So what is the fault of the todays directors whose masterpieces came after the Hitchcocks, Kubricks & Co.?! Who can say what people gonna think about Nolan, Spielberg, Fincher, Cameron & Co. in 20, 30, 40 years (if they are even today legends)? Then their movies of the last years become classics! So what? In contrast to many of you, I have my own opinion and I'm not being influenced and impressed by the years and the todays status of a movie, what only additionally do manipulate and raise up the value and impression of it! And by the way... all the movies of my list have everywhere !!!extreme high!!! ratings too... you can check it yourself (for example at IMDb)!!!
    PS
    I'm not really a Kubrick, Lynch or Hitchcock fan! (AND YES I've watched many of their movies!)
    AND OFFENSIVE OR CRUDE COMMENTS WILL BE DELETED IMMEDIATELY!!! YOU CAN ALSO ARGUE AND CRITICIZE IN A DECENT WAY!!!
    And for the critics here are the IMDb (by far the most credible rating stage) ratings of my movies:
    Memento: 8,5
    The Lion King: 8,5
    Jurassic Park 8,1
    The Exorcist: 8,0
    The Last Samurai: 7,7 (lil bit underrated, could be an 8,0 as well!)
    The Elephant Man: 8,2
    Cast Away: 7,7 (underrated, deserves minimum 8,2)
    Pulp Fiction: 9,0
    Rain Man: 8,0
    Inception 8,8
    Se7en: 8,7
    Good Will Hunting: 8,2
    Million Dollar Baby: 8,1
    Hachi: 8,2
    Munich: 7,6 (extremely underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: 8,8
    The Game: 7,8 (underrated - deserved minimum 8.4)
    Gran Torino: 8,2
    American Beauty: 8,5
    Avatar: 7,9
    Léon: 8,6
    Blood Diamond: 8,0
    Terminator: 8,1
    Terminator 2: 8,5
    Indiana Jones: - Raiders Of The Lost Ark: 8,6
    - Temple Of Doom: 7,6 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,0)
    - Last Crusade: 8,3
    American History X: 8,6
    The Pianist: 8,5
    The Sixth Sense: 8,2
    Life Is Beautiful: 8,6
    Pan's Labyrinth: 8,3 (Lil' underrated - deserved minimum 8,6)
    Titanic: 7,7 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    The Shawshank Redemption: 9,3
    The Godfather: 9,2
    The Godfather Part II: 9,1
    Alien: 8,5
    Aliens: 8,4
    Braveheart: 8,4 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,8)
    The Matrix: 8,7
    Forrest Gump: 8,8
    Batman Begins: 8,3
    The Dark Knight: 9,0
    The Dark Knight Rises: 8,6
    Gladiator: 8,5 (deserved 8,8)
    The Green Mile: 8,5 (deserved minimum 8,9)
    Schindler's List: 8,9 (deserved minimum 9,3)
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  • PhotoGeorge
    PhotoGeorge 13 hours ago

    A list of the greatest movies is very subjective and depends on one's background and interests and religious beliefs. I believe a great movie should let the viewer experience the full range of Human Emotions and feel as if they become a part of the cast living in the scenes of the movie. I think my Top Twenty list would have to include: Schindler's List, Ben Hur (1959), Lawrence of Arabia, 2001 Space Odyssey, Return of the King (LOTR), The Godfather, Dr Strangelove, Raiders of the Last Ark, The Shining (1980), The Elephant Man, The Wizard of Oz, Forest Gump, Gladiator (2000), The Shawshank Redemption, Titanic (1997), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Casablanca, Sound of Music, Citizen Kane, It's a Wonderful Life.

  • phildirt3
    phildirt3 Day ago

    Not even close

  • Niranjan Anakari

    Good list but iam the fan of Taxi driver

  • Lee Christie
    Lee Christie 2 days ago

    Where's James Bond?????

  • tabuilder
    tabuilder 3 days ago

    That's what crack does to your brain. I guess movies didn't exist before 1970

  • jqaces
    jqaces 3 days ago

    Good news: well-edited, liked the inclusion of a few lines from the respective soundtracks.
    Bad news: Seriously? I'm honored to say that by the time I hit #10 I guessed correctly what #1 would be.
    How about "40 movies that titillated me or made me cry since I was born" ( even that would be a reach). Rather than put together a competing list, "Ever Made" includes 60's 50's 40's and dare I say even b4 then. Too many from those eras to include here. Also, how does a trilogy count as 1 movie? Speaking of which..no Lord of the Rings. Don't quit your day job.

  • faisal Ahmed
    faisal Ahmed 4 days ago +1

    Where is da fucking :V for Vendetta?🤬🤬🤬

  • Jonathan Atwell
    Jonathan Atwell 5 days ago

    Jurassic Park good

  • Keith Davis
    Keith Davis 5 days ago

    This is one stupid list.

  • Khizar Hayat
    Khizar Hayat 5 days ago

    The greatest showman ❤️❤️❤️

  • barcafan zeko123
    barcafan zeko123 6 days ago

    seven samurai? the good the bad and the ugly? 12angry man?

  • Savin Nembang
    Savin Nembang 6 days ago

    In my view , into the wild , pursuit of happyness , forest gump , the godfather should be listed on top fives......????

  • Billy Gray
    Billy Gray 6 days ago

    power 5🎬.........
    H E A T
    Joe
    Mud
    at close range
    three o'clock high

  • ROUFAL PK
    ROUFAL PK 8 days ago

    Imdb top rated film Shawshank redemption

  • J.Bjelan
    J.Bjelan 8 days ago

    The elephant man gtfoh

  • Lothebrok 96
    Lothebrok 96 8 days ago

    iam missing LOTR trillogy

  • Cole Decker
    Cole Decker 9 days ago

    8:15-8:35 SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Bob Morgan
    Bob Morgan 9 days ago

    I would put a list of “my” personal movies I consider the greatest of all time.
    Glad to see the 6th Sense was on this list. That was an outstanding film.
    ET, Citizen Kane, Field of Dreams, The Great Race, Casablanca, Star Wars, Lawrence of Arabia, Once Upon a Time in the West, Close Encounters if the Third Kind, Rudy, Hoosiers, Back to the Future Trilogy, Giant, ad many more.

  • Ruby Spirit
    Ruby Spirit 9 days ago

    The Schindler's List part made me teared up

  • Barry Shanley
    Barry Shanley 9 days ago

    The greatest movie of all time isn't mentioned. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. Your list must be the 40 greatest in the last 30 years or something.

  • Shaahal Manger
    Shaahal Manger 10 days ago

    Titanic should be number 1

  • Dennis Hunt
    Dennis Hunt 10 days ago

    "Wake in Fright"

  • Top 11
    Top 11 10 days ago

    Here is my list, tvclip.biz/video/y_up43a0nyy/video.html . Please watch and let me know your feedback.

  • Gina D
    Gina D 11 days ago

    Where is Spirited Away (2000)?

  • Gina D
    Gina D 11 days ago

    Faltó PERFUME DE MUJER (1992), EN BUSCA DE LA FELICIDAD (2006), EL MAYOR DOMO DE LA CASA BLANCA, KARATE KID, MULAN, EL EXPRESO POLAR, MANOS MILAGROSAS, puedo seguir...

  • Patrick Mailey
    Patrick Mailey 12 days ago

    How did you forget Scarface. Wtf

  • Leeben Moha
    Leeben Moha 12 days ago +1

    Best movie of all time watch it heretvclip.biz/video/xurslosnyfu/video.html

  • Abhijeet kumar
    Abhijeet kumar 12 days ago

    Wasting everyone's time by stretching the video unnecessarily...

  • nikola zekic
    nikola zekic 12 days ago

    top 40 jew films

  • praveen kumar
    praveen kumar 13 days ago

    Benhur?...

  • Ramin Ostadian
    Ramin Ostadian 13 days ago

    Lord of the ring is missing 🤔

  • Shaba Shabadoo
    Shaba Shabadoo 13 days ago

    TITANIC? it was just long, is this a list of long movies? Might I suggest “ A Night to Remember.”

  • Shaba Shabadoo
    Shaba Shabadoo 13 days ago

    NOPE.

  • Samuel Broady
    Samuel Broady 13 days ago

    Why the frick isnt Star Wars on the list???

  • Ofek Hershko
    Ofek Hershko 14 days ago

    FIGHT CLUB should be number 1

  • Medun Danz
    Medun Danz 14 days ago

    I think author is too kiddy

  • parfumatu2003
    parfumatu2003 14 days ago

    The song for the number 12 (pan’s labyrinth). Very relaxing. Does someone knows the name of it ?

  • V capri
    V capri 15 days ago

    My favorite movie list.
    1: A Clockwork Orange
    2: Pulp Fiction
    3: Truman Show
    4: The Dark Knight
    5: 12 Angry Men
    6: Silence of the Lambs
    7: The Hatful Eight
    8: Dr Strangelove
    9: Good fellas
    10: Forest Gump

  • We hate Calvin Emphries

    The Godfather in 9th position xD ...

  • Pantsa Panagiotis
    Pantsa Panagiotis 16 days ago

    Where is fight club?

  • Sultan Akmal
    Sultan Akmal 16 days ago

    Come here and just look at forest Gump.

  • David Kidd
    David Kidd 16 days ago

    Who made this list? A 12 yr old?

  • Mejdi Youssef
    Mejdi Youssef 17 days ago

    where is the hobbit and lord of the rings lolo?

  • Bill Halias
    Bill Halias 18 days ago

    LORD OF THE FUCKING RINGS....

  • SimeOh
    SimeOh 18 days ago

    1. Jack and Jill
    2. The Garbage Paul Kids Movie
    3. Left Behind
    4. Catwoman
    5. Battlefield Earth
    6. Jaws: The Revenge
    7. Batman and Robin
    8. The Last Airbender
    9: Superman lV: The Quest for Peace
    10: The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

  • Mihai Cristian Sechelea

    what about the lord of the rings

  • The Birds
    The Birds 19 days ago

    This are all great movies but there are best of the best. I love cinema and it is always amazes me how brilliant the movie Directors their imagination on bringing the story into reality, the costume designers and the actors. It's not about new movies it is about movies of all time. For me on the Best movies of all time are: Gone with the wind- The Godfather - Ralph Les oiseaux se cachent pour mourir - The Gladiator - The Virgin Queen( Kate blanchette) - Resident evil - Terminator - Jurassic park indeed what an imagination and creativity! - The Titanic - Anna Karenina ( the last one with Keira Kneightley) - Lord of rings - Cleopatra - The house of flying daggers

  • John Hill
    John Hill 20 days ago

    I dont agree with it, but nicely put together. As far as pure entertainment value, not on the list are: Saving Private Ryan, Life, Silence of the Lambs, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Shane, 12 Angry Men, Dr. Strangelove, Lawrence of Arabia, Inception, Inside Out, Back to the Future, Fargo, Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Shining. Best underrated: April 9th, Flame & Citroen, Apocalypto, District 9, Drive, The Place Beyond the Pines, The Missing, Moon, Tron.

  • Monk Kenyon
    Monk Kenyon 21 day ago

    Some of these movies are really good, but others are like wtf are you talking about??? I mean lion king and grand torino wtf??

  • Karina Vlasa
    Karina Vlasa 21 day ago

    Where dafuq is lotr?

  • Ernesto Valerio
    Ernesto Valerio 22 days ago

    This is just....MY DVD COLLECTION OF ALL TIME.

  • ALEKIN-FLYROCKER
    ALEKIN-FLYROCKER 22 days ago

    And Die Hard ? Was ... 😐

  • John De Good
    John De Good 23 days ago

    my top 10 list
    1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
    2. Forrest Gump (1994)
    3. 12 Angry Men (1957)
    4. Goodfellas (1990)
    5. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
    6. Saving Private Ryan (1998)
    7. Back to the Future (1985)
    8. American Beauty (1999)
    9. The Green Mile (1999)
    10. American History X (1998)

  • Barry Taylor
    Barry Taylor 24 days ago +1

    Surely they made movies in the 30s 40s 50s 60s?This johnny come lately should have labelled it 40best films he has seen,cos he sure aint seen much.Even allowing for his total lack of cinematic history knowledge surely hes heard of films and filmstars of yesteryear.But obv he cant be bothered.the earliest film listed was godfather surely then he must have seen jaws and star wars to name a couple lol.kids of today are clueless to history

  • Titanic- Rose
    Titanic- Rose 24 days ago +1

    For me it is
    1: TITANIC❤️
    2: all the other movies.

    10:09😭❤️

  • Smart Wealth Advisors
    Smart Wealth Advisors 25 days ago

    surprised that Fight club is not in the list

  • Harikrishnan Kannappan

    What about Ben hur, Mackennas gold?

  • Zamirprod
    Zamirprod 25 days ago +1

    As a huge filmbuff here's another great list of film's never mentioned in this video...
    scroll down...
    Before I give my list let me first say, I already seen and own most of the films listed here plus more... I think it's only about five or six on your list I don't own... the problem is... there's so many other great movies that stops me from agreeing with your list 100%. Now here's my list of 40 other films never listed in which some I believe are even greater than some your listed. How could these not also be on the list of greatest movies ever made???
    40) Basketball Diaries
    39) Slumdog Millionaire
    38) Higher Learning
    36) The Fight Club
    35) V for Vendetta
    34) The Wizard of Oz
    33) Star Wars four five and six
    32) Uncle Tom's Cabin
    31) Predestination
    30) The Good The Bad & The Ugly
    29) The Toy Story
    28) Poltergeist part 1 and 2
    27) The Taxi Driver
    26) Apocalypse Now
    25) Caligula
    24) 300
    23) Catch me if you can
    22) Wolf of Wall Street
    21) Kill Bill
    20) The Usual Suspect
    19) Rocky
    18) The Color Purple
    17) Psycho
    16) Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    15) Malcolm X
    14) The Incredibles
    13) Nightmare Before Christmas
    12) Singing in the Rain
    11) Back to the Future 1 and 2
    10) The Dark Crystal
    9) The Labyrinth
    8) Tron
    7) Scarface
    6) The Goodfellas
    5) Who framed Rodger rabbit
    4) The Last Emperor
    3) Sin City
    2) Full Metal Jacket
    (Honorable Mentions:
    Casablanca
    ET
    Django
    Bill & Ted
    The Abyst
    Snatch
    American me
    Menace to Society
    Run Lola Run
    American Pop
    Lord of the Rings
    Jaws)
    1) Once Upon a Time in America

    • Terry Malloy
      Terry Malloy 24 days ago

      Why aren't there no non American movies

  • siobhan hay
    siobhan hay 26 days ago

    Thanks you for the amazing list

  • Kamran Khan
    Kamran Khan 26 days ago

    Gem of a list,, u can watch themm over nd over again 👌

  • Rahul Tiwari
    Rahul Tiwari 26 days ago

    Where is Requiem for a dream??

  • Jeremias Cramer
    Jeremias Cramer 27 days ago +1

    Sorry but.... Where is Star Wars and the Lord of the Rings???!!!

  • Jon Hammer
    Jon Hammer 28 days ago

    Ha some close ones but many good movies ahead of simply great ones fuck I need to get u tube CH I guess

  • Sarasdad91 Tim
    Sarasdad91 Tim 28 days ago

    Video should be titled top 40 greatest movies ever made in your opinion oh, because this is not everybody's opinion. Although I agree with some of your choices, where is other great movies like Gone with the Wind, Ben-Hur or, the Ten Commandments or, The Wizard of Oz you didn't even include Star Wars and that started a phenomenon.

  • mrs.monkeys life
    mrs.monkeys life 29 days ago

    Forest gump

  • L_ L
    L_ L 29 days ago +2

    Where is Rocky?

  • john brittan
    john brittan 29 days ago

    I give up

  • Magictina 1970
    Magictina 1970 29 days ago

    I miss in the list among others: Dances with Wolves, Empire of the Sun, Hotel Ruanda, Tears of the Sun, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Carribean

  • Ed Williams
    Ed Williams 29 days ago

    Dumb, dumb list. Extremely narrow persons opinion....

  • Frank S
    Frank S 29 days ago +1

    No disrespect but everyone has their own opinion on the greatest movies , I could guess the age of the composer to this list or close to it there is no wrong to this I appreciate the subject & your views it's like reading a book you put your imagination to it.

  • Dave Cohn
    Dave Cohn Month ago

    You’ve missed most of the greatest films ever made well before you were born.

  • Augh Bable
    Augh Bable Month ago

    My Pick
    From Here to Eternity, Psycho, Charade, Forrest Gump, Mary Poppins, The Crow, My Fair Lady, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Titanic, Star Wars, Blade Runner, Spider-Man, Indiana Jones, The Matrix, Lord of the Rings.

  • Roger Xaric
    Roger Xaric Month ago

    Silence of the Lambs ? Boogie Nights?

  • S Dew
    S Dew Month ago

    intressting choises!

  • Jennifer Blazak
    Jennifer Blazak Month ago

    My list
    1. Forrest Gump
    2. Braveheart
    3. Gladiator
    4. Schindler List

  • Joseph Harrigan
    Joseph Harrigan Month ago

    All I could say is all of the movies that I'm thinking of if you haven't seen them yet you're a lucky man expand your horizons brother

  • ezat khandel
    ezat khandel Month ago

    Just last ten were best

  • ezat khandel
    ezat khandel Month ago

    Last samurai?

  • עידו בלאו
    עידו בלאו Month ago

    No brain no worry

  • Fingertips Haensel
    Fingertips Haensel Month ago

    Silly,

  • alex houston
    alex houston Month ago +8

    OnceUponATimeInAmerica
    Goodfellas
    Fargo
    Reservoir Dogs
    Sorcerer
    2001:ASpaceOdyssey
    Blade Runner
    Blade Runner:2049
    Boyhood
    Dazed and Confused
    Everybody Wants Some!!
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    The Dark Knight Rises
    Watchmen
    Pan's Labyrinth
    Alien
    Drive
    Only God Forgives
    The Good,The Bad,and The Ugly
    Badlands
    Star Wars:the original trilogy
    The Lord of the RingsTrilogy
    Pulp Fiction
    Inglorious Basterds
    Django Unchained
    Forrest Gump
    Dunkirk
    Interstellar
    Memento
    The Prestige
    Inception
    The Matrix
    The Searchers
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Godfather
    Requiem For A Dream
    The Departed
    TheWolfOfWallStreet
    Mean Streets
    Taxi Driver
    Apocalypse Now
    RebelWithoutACause
    Fight Club
    TheSocialNetwork
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    The Terminator

    Just to name a few

  • Squidward Tenticles

    Gladiator is the best! You guys have to see it.

  • Sooly Rashid
    Sooly Rashid Month ago

    Wot happend to stand by me?E.T?goodfellas?mice and men and so much more ??bullshit list man

  • jaya krishna Aggarapu

    Where is
    curiois case of benginem button
    A team
    Wanted

  • viral video
    viral video Month ago +1

    Life is beautiful

  • Diana Marie Centro
    Diana Marie Centro Month ago

    Dances with wolves

  • Schpankme Verimuch
    Schpankme Verimuch Month ago

    Today, the Zionists spin the word "Nazi" to distance themselves from "NAZI" an acronym formed by combining two groups, the National Socialist Zionists with the Frankist Zionists, which became the NAtional ZIonists.
    Jewdaism, this religion represented less than 0.70% of the German population (about 505,000 people), but controlled more than 75% of the German Infrastructure (Government, Banking, Trade, Media, Theaters, Railroad, Shipping, Metals, Property, etc).
    24 March 1933
    "Judea Declares War on Germany"
    25 August 1933
    The “Haavara” or “Transfer” agreement was signed by the German Government and the NAZI's, this broke the Zionist policy against their "German goods boycott", and provided for, mostly orthodox Jews, to be emigrated into the Palestine Jewish Colonization Association (PICA) under the directorship of James Armand de Rothschild.
    History 1933 - 1941
    o German Army, responsible for recovering it's land and citizens annexed by the Treaty of Versailles.
    o Zionist Jew (NAZI), responsible for staging and immigration of Jews into the new Zionist State within the region of Palestine.
    o British government, controlled Palestine and were paid a service fee for each Jew immigrated into the Zionist State.
    "Between 1933 and 1936 more than 370,000 Jews arrived in Palestine, increasing the Jewish population to 27%, and bringing about a significant deterioration in relations between Palestinian Arabs and Jews." ~ Krämer, 2008, pp. 239-240.

  • Willard Smith
    Willard Smith Month ago

    Right, Probably better titled as 40 films and franchises from the last 45 years. Complete ignorance of films made between 1910 and 1972. Citizen Kane? Best years of our lives? The General (still one of the funnest movies ever made even if it is silent)? As for franchises, The Thin Man (Nick and Nora)? No need to subscribe here

  • hankgolfer1
    hankgolfer1 Month ago

    Best movies of all time, stand the test of time. Absurd list not to include Gone with the Wind, and Casablanca. Your bias is evident in the era of your movie picks. Also no Wizard of Oz. Like someone mentioned earlier you need to watch Turner Classic Movies. Movies made in the 1930's are still classics to this DAY. Also no It's a Wonderful Life. This is a list put together by someone probably no more than 35 years old. Not a good list of best movies at all.

  • Max Freeman
    Max Freeman Month ago

    Sea Bisquit and Cinderella Man belong in here more than several others. Like Pan and even The Green Mile

  • WHAT WABBIT HO
    WHAT WABBIT HO Month ago

    I can't Watch Hollywood movies anymore. I can see the Propaganda they push
    Now that i'm wide awake, I hope i'm not the only one..............

  • AG
    AG Month ago

    all time? There are only 4 selections before 1980

  • Jonathan Collins
    Jonathan Collins Month ago

    IMHO THE WORST LIST EVER!

  • Lonerism
    Lonerism Month ago +1

    loop at 11:29 to 11:34 best loop ever lol

  • FlaxxterBaxxter 767

    Go^

  • FlaxxterBaxxter 767

    I could on forever

  • FlaxxterBaxxter 767

    Casablanca? The birds? Pirates of the Caribbean? Casino? Lord of the rings trilogy? My cousin vinny? Double Idemnity? Sunset Boulevard? Chinatown? Star Wars original trilogy? The Maltese falcon? Gone with the wind? Blazing saddles? Young Frankenstein? Monty python and the quest for the holy grail? Superman (Christopher Reeves), The Good the Bad and the ugly, Escape from New York? Any Tarintino film? Batman (1989), Nightmare before Christmas, Corpse Bride? Beetlejeuce? Goldfinger? Dr.No? Highlander? Rocky? A history of violence? The fugitive? Witness? Overboard? Air Force one? The prestige? Black Death? Lethal Weapon?

  • irinej strahinjic
    irinej strahinjic Month ago

    Where the fuck is The silence of the lambs

  • Matthew Leiren
    Matthew Leiren Month ago

    Titanic and Shawshank ❤️

  • Carley Johnson
    Carley Johnson Month ago

    My list is:
    1. The Man Who Fell to Earth (An underrated film & SO ARTISTIC)
    2. Donnie Darko
    3. The Sixth Sense
    4. Stand By Me
    5. Ferris Bueller
    6. Good Will Hunting
    7. The Road
    8. Gravity
    9. The Green Mile
    10. Labyrinth
    11. Heathers
    12. Saving Private Ryan
    13. The Silence of the Lambs
    14. Se7en
    15. Forrest Gump
    16. Gothika
    17. The Aviator
    18. Interstellar
    19. Interview With the Vampire
    20. The Breakfast Club
    21. The Goonies
    22. Back to the Future
    23. Inception
    24. Gerald's Game
    25. Sand Lot
    26. The Princess Bride
    27. The Boy In the Striped Pajamas
    28. Catch Me If You Can
    29. Blood Diamond
    30. We Need To Talk About Kevin
    31. A Beautiful Mind
    32. Bohemian Rhapsody
    33. Misery
    34. Zodiac
    35. Django Unchained
    36. Moneyball
    37. Children of Men
    38. Titanic
    39. The Cloverfield Paradox
    40. Napoleon Dynamite
    I'm actually noticing a theme here lmao... this is not to be taken seriously, as most of these are guilty pleasures. Though, I can recommend them ALL, especially the top 20, happy viewing!