My top 50 favorite movies

In this post I’ve combined two of my biggest passions – movies and list-making (both excellent distractions when you are fighting anxiety).

The airport scene from Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys (1995) where the the child version of Cole witness himself being killed as an adult man.

There’s no secret that I am quite obsessed with watching movies and TV-series and I could list more than 100 favorites right off the bat, but I thought it would be enough with the top 50 of my favorite movies in this list:

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Before Sunrise 

  1. 12 Monkeys
  2. The Game
  3. Rope
  4. Autumn Sonata
  5. All About Eve
  6. Melancholia
  7. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  8. Mulholland Drive
  9. Brief Encounter
  10. Fanny and Alexander
  11. Another Woman
  12. The Ring (US version)
  13. The Breakfast Club
  14. Midnight in Paris
  15. The Birds
  16. The Commitments
  17. Little Women
  18. Singin’ in the Rain
  19. Nymphomaniac
  20. Vertigo
  21. Bram Stoker’s Dracula
  22. Manhattan Murder Mystery
  23. Julie & Julia
  24. Eyes Wide Shut
  25. The Piano Teacher
  26. All the President’s Men
  27. Edward Scissorhands
  28. The Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight trilogy
  29. Vicky Christina Barcelona
  30. Cry Baby
  31. Amadeus
  32. Mermaids
  33. The Money Pit
  34. Boogie Nights
  35. Festen (The Celebration)
  36. Roman Holiday
  37. The Lovely Bones
  38. The Nanny Diaries
  39. Notting Hill
  40. The Social Network
  41. Vanilla Sky
  42. Lust och Fägring Stor (All Things Fair)
  43. Goodfellas
  44. Flicka och Hyacinter (Girl with Hyacinths)
  45. Dead Man
  46. Adventures in Babysitting
  47. Beetlejuice
  48. Closer
  49. Waterloo Bridge
  50. Deliverance
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4 thoughts on “My top 50 favorite movies

  1. i like a lot of these films the one I’ve watched recently that i really liked was ,the ghost of mrs muir………..with Rex harrison old 1940s film…………….Stevie

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