Alan Rickman was a hero for his good nature and his dedication to art and he is in one of my favorite films of all time. Thanks, Alan.
  1. The Mission
    One time I was at *church* and this lady started talking about this movie in her class but before she got very far she burst into tears and then pulled up one of Ennio Morricone's songs from the film on her phone and played it while she got a hold of herself and this is a perfect description of what this film does to you. Robert De Niro, Jeremy Irons and it could not be better.
  2. Hunchback of Notre Dame
    Disney is at its best in this film, I think. Helps you to see the good around you and the bad within yourself. Criminally underrated. Shout out to my goat Mr. Jolly.
  3. Sense and Sensibility
    Kate Winslet is perfection and I believe in her for all time because of this. My favorite role by Emma Thompson. I am sorry but she just can't get better than she was as Eleanor. Alan Rickman, I love you. Endlessly. This is such a bittersweet/joyous film and life is worth it and oh I forgot poor Hugh Grant. He kills, too. Love so much that Emma won an Oscar for adapting this screenplay.
  4. Le Grande Illusion
    I have thought about this film every day of my life since I saw it a few years ago and recommend it constantly. It's about borders and humanity and I want you to see it tonight if you haven't.
  5. Silver Linings Playbook
    It portrays mental illness in this real life, terrible, sad way and you really feel it but overall the film is hopeful and happy and it makes me believe even when things are hard and you think that the greatness you enjoyed is gone for good.
  6. Pride and Prejudice
    1995, starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. This is the world as it is in the novel, the casting is perfect and Mrs. Bennett is the most. t's like 5 hours which is such a blessing.
  7. LOTR
    All of them and you know why.