The Graduate: Simon and Garfunkel, Dustin Hoffman, Cougartown, shot at USC, moody, amazing cinematography, best screenplay ever.
When Harry Met Sally: Christmas, romance, miraculous chemistry, the ending, the story structure, Harry Connick Jr. music.
Rosemary's Baby: Mia Farrow's hair, trust no one, devil babies, actual satanic leader as Satan, creepy music, gives me anxiety.
Full Metal Jacket: Dark, funny, great one-liners, made me want to kill myself, made me want to kill others, me so horny.
The Talented Mr. Ripley: Best male performance possibly ever by Matt Damon, super creepy, freakishly engaging.
Slumdog Millionaire: I couldn't breathe.
The Fountain: I also couldn't breathe.
Little Children: Needed a whole bottle of Xanax, I love dysfunction, Patrick Wilson and Kate Winslet are HOT.
Vertigo: I guess I really like movies that make me anxious, Jimmy Stewart, awesome twist, literally gave me vertigo.
The Wizard of Oz: Gets more magical every time I see it.
Capote: I love Truman Capote, I love Philip Seymour Hoffman = win/win
Knocked Up/Forgetting Sarah Marshall: Adorable, real, hilarious.
The Hangover: Funniest movie of all time.
Two for the Road: Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, another great screenplay.
Erin Brockovich: Totes sucked me in! Who knew how much I cared about water?!
High School Musical 1 and 3: The bread is the best part of the sandwich.
Being John Malkovich: It's okay to be crazy and it's okay to like crazy things.
Spellbound/Mad Hot Ballroom: Favorite documentaries, adorable children, heart-warming tales.
It Happened One Night: One super old movie that actually is as funny and charming as it wants to be.
Waiting For Guffman: Community theatre fantastic-ness.
Harold and Maude: Newest favorite, gruesome, twisted, amazing.
Whale Rider: I LOVE NZ! I LOVE WHALES!