July 15, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Movies

Although I love talking about books and my top ten favorite ____ books/something about books, it's nice to talk about something other than that for at least one week.  So now you'll learn which movies I adore and watch over and over again.   These are listed in no particular order except in the order I originally wrote them down.

1. Beauty and the Beast
I never get tired of watching this movie.

2. Monsters University
I think I actually liked Monsters U more than Monsters, Inc.

3. Letters to Juliet
This is quite possibly my favorite chick flick.

4. The Avengers
I've never been a big fan of action films, and when everyone at my co-op was obsessing over The Avengers, it got old pretty quickly.  Finally, I agreed to watch it, and while it's not worth all the obsessing over, it's a great film.

5. Catching Fire
Catching Fire was much better than the adaptation of The Hunger Games, and it definitely ranks in my top 10 favorite movies.

6. Frozen
I don't care what you're going to say, Frozen is one of my favorite Disney films ever. The animation is stunning, I love the music (even Let It Go), the sister relationship is awesome, and I'm a Kristanna shipper forever.

7. Tangled
Tangled has the same beautiful animation that Frozen has, and I love Rapunzel, Flynn, and Maximus.

8 and 9. Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Cap is definitely my favorite Avenger, and both of his films were awesome.

10. Aladdin
While I love Disney princesses from every era (Original, Renaissance, Revival), my favorite Disney movies definitely come from the Renaissance and Revival periods.  Aladdin is no exception.

Honorable mentions: Disney's Mulan, Night at the Museum (both 1 and 2), Princess Diaries (1 and 2), October Baby, God's Not Dead, and Divergent


  1. Wooh Disney and Pixar made it on here! Seriously they made some great films! I agree about Captain America being great, I especially loved The Winter Soldier of the two! Also, The Hunger Games nearly made my list. Especially Catching Fire!

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  2. LOVED Catching Fire and Letters to Juliet :) I can't wait to see Mockingjay!

    1. I can't wait, either, but I just know it's going to kill my feels.

  3. My list would sooo be full of Disney movies, too, if I'd done movies, lol. And Catching Fire...that one was soooo awesome. :) Great list.

    TTT at The Starry-Eyed Revue

  4. Great choices! I definitely agree with a lot of these (and those that I don't, it's because I haven't watched them yet). I also just requested a bunch of movies from the library because this week's topic reminded me that I want to watch them. xD
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  5. Beauty and the Beast! Love it! And Letters to Juliet! Most people I know haven't seen it, but it's definitely one of my top movies! :) Frozen (Elsa is my favorite!) and Tangled! (Both Rapunzel and Eugene!) I love Mulan, Night at the Museum, and The Princess Diaries (I have to admit that I like the 2nd movie better, though.), too! Love the list, Emma! :)

  6. Fabulous list with great movies!! The songs in Aladdin are just so singable and so well put together! I think my favourite character in Tangled has to be Pascal.

  7. The Avengers and Frozen made my list too!! And I love Letters to Juliet! And Catching Fire was AMAZING!! I can't wait for Mockingjay. The little teasers they've been putting up are killing me.

    Oh, oh and I love Aladdin! That's my favorite Disney movie actually. And Tangled! So many good movies on your list. :)

  8. All of these are great choices!!

  9. Beauty & the Beast is probably one of my favourite Disney films, along with Mulan (which I watched COUNTLESS times when I was younger!). Tangled was hilarious, really enjoyed that one too (I need to get a copy for my collection at some point!). I liked the adaptation of the first Hunger Games movie, but I agree that Catching Fire was even better – there was none of that 'shaky camera' sort of filmmaking that they used in the first one!

  10. I really liked Letters to Juliet. I remember expecting it to be stupid but it was really sweet.


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