Movies to See Before You DieBefore your body rests in piece make sure you see these movies.
The Top Ten Movies to See Before You Die
Best movie ever
One of many great films from the United Kingdom, featuring one of T.V.'s most under-rated T.V. duos; Simon Pegg and Nick Frost from Channel 4's Spaced!
The first part of the proposed Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy (Hot Fuzz being the second part), this movie shows the quality of British cinema.
This movie will change your life! Well, at least it did change my life. I know am in love with Simon Pegg and Zombie films!
Love me some good quality british films. Shaun of the dead in the finest Britain has to offer. Stars Pegg and Frost. - jezza0
Up is a visually and morally engaging film. Definitely worth viewing, especially in high def. The actors gave the characters just what was needed for the emotional attachment the audience needs.
Best movie that I have ever seen
Up?! Really?! Wizard is a timeless classic. It was great in 1939 and still great today, 2011. The movie encompasses every child (and some adults) imagination. You go on the adventure with Dorothy as she goes about her trip down the yellow brick road.
Dorothy certainly isn't in Kansas anymore, Toto, as she sings and dances her way across one of the most magical fairylands ever committed to celluloid. - thetopten
'Up' is number 1. Are you freakin kidding me? I love animated movies, but that is severely overrated. Wizard of Oz, on the other hand, is a classic.
If you haven't seen it, you haven't lived. - Patty_C
Its just Star Wars, not "A New Hope" - FrozenHatingPokefan
Tarantino pushed storytelling to its limit to create this movie of interconnected stories, starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson, John Travolta and Uma Thurman. - thetopten
That makes me scream and cry until I die.
I love this movie
Hot Fuzz is to buddy cop action flicks what Shaun of the Dead is to zombie flicks.
The second film in Edgar Wright's Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy
As parody movies go this picks up where Sghaun of the Dead left off both feature Cornetto gags.
Very humorous documentary film in which Morgan Spurlock finds out what happens if you ate nothing but McDonald's for a month. - jezza0
I absolutely love watching this when I'm eating a mcdonalds
Best film I have ever seen in my entire life, it's very well done and Tom hanks does a great job. I love it!
No not this - bobthehallwayman
Arnold Schwarzenegger teams up with James Cameron for a career defining role as a near-indestructible killer robot. As spectacular as it is thought-provoking, heavy in both special effects and subtexts. - thetopten
A more entertaining masterpiece than Titanic by a longshot. Who doesn't like the antics of Captain Jack Sparrow?
You will always remember this as the day you almost caught Captain Jack Sparrow.
It made pirates cool again.
Gore Verbinski started the franchise with this modern day masterpiece. The Rum Runners are the greatest movie fan base around.
I love this film. This film is better than Dreamworks Home. - Badabooo2
You definitely have to see this HILARIOUS film at some point in your life. It just doesn't matter what kind of film you're into, you just have to. - PositronWildhawk
This should be number one on everybody must see before they die list it tells the story of on unsung hero who helped saved millions of lives during the Holocaust. - egnomac
I have to see this, but have never gotten around to it and I have to see it before I die or else I'll be unfulfilled.
On its release the Python crew were accused of blasphemy as outraged Christians tried to have the movie banned. Their actions simply confirmed the film's point. It's not religion itself that is attacked, but the zeal that goes with it, a target that is hit again and again in what is the most consistent and hilarious of the Python canon - thetopten