30 Favorite Movies

Reposting my #30DaysofFavorites project here on my blog. Sharing my 30 Favorite Movies.

 

 

 

 

 

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#30DaysofFavorites: Favorite Movie Quotes by Year

 

A couple of years ago my dad had an idea to list out his favorite movie quotes for every year he’d been alive. I’m stealing this idea for today’s 30 Days of Favorites project entry.

 

 

1988 – Die Hard

1988

 

1989 – Christmas Vacation

1989

 

1990 – Goodfellas

1990

 

1991 – Beauty and the Beast

1991

 

1992 – Army of Darkness

1992

 

1993 – Jurassic Park

1993

 

1994 – True Lies

1994

 

1995 – Braveheart

1995

 

1996 – Scream

1996

 

1997 – The Lost World: Jurassic Park

1997

 

1998 – The Truman Show

1998

 

1999 – Galaxy Quest

1999

 

2000 – Gladiator

2000

 

2001 – The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

2001

 

2002 – Spider-Man

2002

 

2003 – Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

2003

 

2004 – Kill Bill: Vol. 2

2004

 

2005 – Batman Begins

2005

 

2006 – Cars

2006

 

2007 – Sunshine

2007

 

2008 – Iron Man

2008

 

2009 – Zombieland

2009

 

2010 – How to Train Your Dragon

2010

 

2011 – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

2011

 

2012 – The Avengers

2012

 

2013 – Star Trek: Into Darkness

2013

 

2014 – Nightcrawler

2014

 

2015 – Star Wars: The Force Awakens

2015

 

2016 – Hell or High Water

2016

 

2017 – Wind River

2017

 

2018 – Avengers: Infinity War

2018

#30DaysofFavorites: Favorite Movie Moments (18-13)

If you missed my explanation of this project, I’m turning 30 at the end of June. I thought it would be fun to celebrate by talking about my favorite things. In this case, my favorite Movie Moments. Today I am continuing to count down my favorite movie moments with number 18 to 13.

 

#18 – Ego’s flashback
Movie: Ratatouille (2007)

Only Pixar could create a scene in which a rat has cooked a meal so delicious that the world’s most cynical critic is instantly transported back to his childhood, and not make it seem trite. In this scene Pixar demonstrates how food can affect us by transporting us, and bringing to light memories enhanced by oursenses of taste and smell.

 

#17 – Raptors in the kitchen
Movie: Jurassic Park (1993)

Another infamous scene involving a kitchen, though with a much less warm and fuzzy feeling.

 

#16 – Drew eats it in the opening scene
Movie: Scream (1996)

In a move that is now legendary, and ripped off so much that the fourth in the series pokes fun at it, the star actress is killed off in the first five minutes.

 

#15 – Quid Pro Quo
Movie: The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

In one of the most tense scenes ever, you can’t help but hold your breath as Clarice offers up little bits of herself with the hope that in doing so Lector will help them catch Buffalo Bill.

 

#14 – The car chase
Movie: Bullitt (1968)

Ten minutes of pure adrenaline. Sadly it’s only available in bits and pieces on YouTube.

 

#13 – Samuel L. Jackson eats it, or rather gets eaten
Movie: Deep Blue Sea (1999)

One of the biggest surprise jumps ever. I remember being in the theater and jumping out of my seat with the rest of the crowd because no one expected the big name actor to get it.

 

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow to see the next batch.