Top 10 Movies I’d Recommend Watching

Hello readers, me again. I was looking back through my older posts the other day and stumbled across the yearly Top 10 Songs posts and a list of teas I owned in 2019.

To give myself a break from fully fledged blog writing all the time and to try something new, I thought it would be cool to make lists a regular thing.

Sometimes I may give a description, other times I may just bullet point with pictures. I’ll still be figuring it out as I go, so please do enjoy and give me honest feedback.

With that in mind, here are the Top 10 Films I’d Recommend Watching.

10. Se7en

It would be higher, but it’s got Kevin Spacey in it. Still a good thriller though if you can look past that.

9. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

I couldn’t find the right gif. Good film though, major twist out of left field, a great retelling of the Batman story. Would recommended 100%.

8. League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

What an incredible film. Masterful performances from all, should be talked about more.

7. Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Excellent! *Aggressive guitar noises*

If you like silly films with super likeable characters, this one is for you.

6. Avengers: Endgame

THAT SCENE. If you haven’t watched it yet, first of all, what is wrong with you? Second of all, go watch it.

5. Pokémon The Movie 2000: The Power of One

Pokémon movies make me cry okay, and this one is the best one. Good for watching with kids, though I have no kids and watch it by myself anyway.

4. Hot Rod

A heartwarming but also very funny film about a wannabe stuntman. Doesn’t take itself too seriously and something anyone with a soul would enjoy.

3. Batman: The Dark Knight

The only film from the franchise I can stand to watch. Acting masterclass from the late Heath Ledger.

2. Once

No gif exists apparently when searching Tenor. Once is an Irish acoustic musical and makes me cry big time. I still listen to the soundtrack about 7 years later, it is magnificent.

1. Tombstone

Cowboy Val Kilmer. Legendary performance. I don’t even like westerns outside of this one, but it’s still my favourite film ever.

Post by Michael Sallabank