My top 20 Films of All-time
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This film makes an amazing and profound statement on society and how we live our lives, without being too preachy. It has something to say that most films don't, but most of all it's a film that I beleive anyone can relate to at some point in their life.
If you've ever been a teenager, which most people have, you can enjoy this film. It's got great dialogue that is both clever but also outstandingly realistic.
This is honestly one of the most creative and thought provoking films I have ever seen in my entire life, and Sam Rockwell gives a performance I would actually call "perfect".
This is a perfect action movie. A film that amazingly blends humour and action to create an endlessly watchable film.
When the topic of greatest screenplays ever written comes to mind, Seven Psychopaths is always one of the first films I think of. It's witty, hilarious, and yet has elements that will surprise most people with it's profound moments.
A trippy, depressing and yet beautiful film with a great story and one of the best endings in cinematic history.
There are a few films I would absolutely recommend to everyone I meet, and this is always one of them. This is a film you absolutely have to see.
As surprising as it is to most people, this is my favourite Tarantino film. I think he's definetly a director who just keeps getting better and better, with no real fault to note.
A beautifully shot and captivating film. People can say what they want about it being artsy, it doesn't change that this film is a masterpeice.
A funny and memorable dark comedy.
It has one of the most creative premises to a film, that totally changes the way you'll view cinema. Ironically enough, it's one of the most memorable films here.
Funny and yet dark with a unique and hilarious dialogue style that manages to be both bad dialogue but also genius dialogue.
A dark and grim film, with a sense of gritty realism not achieved by other directors, and I mean ever.
Stylised and gorgeous, with even more thought provoking statments and more metaphors and imagery I care to mention.
Colourful, wonderfully coreographed, and sporting an amazing soundtrack, this is truly a unique film.
Unlike most of the films here, this one comes from a deeper place to me, because this is a film I grew up with, and it will always have a place in my heart.
Similar to Army of Darkness, this one is here for sentimental reasons. Granted, it's an amazing film and probably would have a spot here anyway, but the reason it's guarenteed a spot was that this was the first film I saw where I knew after watching it that film was my passion, and there was so much you could do with 2 hours and a couple of actors.
Again, from my childhood, I love this film so very much.
I know, the tarantino films are getting repetetive. What can I say, he makes some great films.
My favourite animated film ever. Don't be fooled by it's charming exterior, this is the most depressing family film ever made.