1. The Goonies - I'm not going to put too many 80's films on this list (even though they're some of my favs!) But this film is epic. It's still one of my favourite films of all time.
2. Dirty Dancing - No one puts Rachel in the corner. Yes, everyone wants someone to believe in you so much that they won't ever put you in a corner.
3. Grease - Maybe it's just my age but I hope not. I started to watch Grease when I was about 5 and know almost every word to the whole film. No, I'm not ashamed. I'm proud!
4. Hunger Games - This series made me unsure at first. The thought of young people having to go through the games wasn't something I was keen on. But after seeing the films, I love the imagination and the way it shows that humans do have humility. And sometimes a kick arse teenager is all we need!
5. Moulin Rouge - If you're a fan of musicals and haven't seen this one, you're missing out. Baz Luhrmann is a very talented director. As a romantic, I fell in love with this film. And Ewan Mcgregor singing...nice.
6. The Fault in our Stars - So real, so sad, so humbling. In a world where this sadness is effecting so many people, this film was bittersweet and beautiful. So. Many. Tears.
7. The Notebook - Come on...if you don't like this film then I'm not sure we can be friends (only playing!) This is one of my favourite romance films.
8. Avatar - I loved this film. The difference in the way each race lived was so relevant to how we live in each of our cultures. Plus, there were creatures that you could ride! I want a go please.
9. The Chronicles of Narnia - There's nothing like seeing one of your favourite childhood stories come to life. This film was done really well in my opinion.
10. The Golden Compass - Can you tell I like a bit of fantasy in my films? Although, it doesn't have to have fantasy to make it good. I just like a film to be as far out as my imagination.
What's your favourite film?