I'm a huge cinephile and these are my top 15 favorite films. Feel free to respond with yours!

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1. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015) : I'm usually one for classic cinema but this movie stole my heart. It's charming, heartbreaking, and funny. A definite must if you're a film lover.
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2. Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961) : I know, I know I'm such a cliche. Listen I love Audrey Hepburn and this is the first film I ever saw of hers. It was in the early stages of cinephilia. It's my chicken soup movie. If you don't know what that means it the movie you watch when your sick or sad and need cheering up. It always just make me feel so warm and at peace inside.
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3. Fantastic Planet (1973) : I've only seen this once so far, but it immediately captivated me. It is a movie that shocked me with a dreary truth about the world and made me feel deeply.
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4. Dinner With Andre (1981) : This movie constantly fascinates me. I love the idea of real conversation because I feel like all I ever do is small talk. So watching this simple film about two men just talking to each other over dinner just makes me smile. Also I love the fact that this movie was just experimental theatre!
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5. City Lights (1931): Charlie Chaplin is my favorite actor and the reason I am a cinephile. This movie is the definition of a classic romantic comedy, one of the first of its kind. It's beautiful and sweet and who doesn't love a good rom-com?
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6. Psycho (1960): My favorite director, Alfred Hitchcock, directed this masterpiece. It was the first of his movies I watched and I didn't fall in love with it until my second viewing. It is an amazing thriller and iconic too.
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7. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013): This movie just gives me such a love of life. It's very heartwarming and has breathtaking cinematography.
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8. Matilda (1996) : You know that movie you watch so much as a child that your parents start to resent it. This was that movie for me. I love movies that show the joy of reading. I admit I still check to see if I can move things telepathically when I focus hard enough. Sadly I can't.
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9. The Wiz (1978) : I love the original wizard of oz but I am not ashamed to say I love this version more. It's wizard of oz but motown and has an all star cast with Diana Ross as Dorothy and Micheal Jackson as the scarecrow. It is magical and fun. It is a childhood favorite of mine.
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10. Up (2009): Do not watch this movie with me I will recite every word and it will annoy you to tears. I can't explain how obsessed I am with this movie. It's beautiful and magical and perfect. It's the spirit of adventure and love. My favorite Disney Pixar film. It's one I believe Walt Disney would be proud of.
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11. Lilo and Stitch (2002): I hardcore relate to the lovable, elvis-loving, outcast that is Lilo and the lost alien that is stitch. I love their friendship. I love Nani who is an icon. She's an amazing sister and guardian to Lilo. This classic Disney sci-fi is a must watch.
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12. The Never-ending Story (1984) : As I said before, I love a movie that shows the joy of reading. This does an incredible job of it. I cannot express how much I relate to escaping reality by opening a book. Not to mention, fantasy is one of my favorite movie genres.
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13. Sweeney Todd; The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007): I love Tim Burton, mostly his animated films, but this movie is amazing. It's a great story and the score is to die for. You can always catch me humming There's no place like London or A Little Priest. I fell in love with this movie immediately.
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14. Singing in the Rain (1952): Old Hollywood musicals always warm my heart and make me feel happy. However I can not watch one without having a song from Singing in the Rain pop in my head and stick all day. This is such a feel good film. A great one to watch on rainy days or if you need cheering up.
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15. Alice (1988): My favorite version of Alice in Wonderland (sorry Disney) I'm quite interested in surrealist films. So I love this amoral dream sequence that is the Czech surrealist version of Alice in Wonderland.

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