Best 50 hollywood fantasy movies of all time

Posted on 2 july 2022 by Ritesh kumar



  • I love to watch movie and tv series.Here is my Best 50 hollywood fantasy movies of all time:-




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  • 1.Avatar (2009)

    This is unlike any kind of adventure movie my (sk)eyes have ever seen in such a long time, the characters, the musical score for every scene, the story, the beauty of the landscapes of Pandora, the rich variety and uniqueness of the flora and fauna of Pandora, the ways and cultures and language of the natives of Pandora, everything about this movie I am beyond impressed and truly captivated by. Sam Worthington is by far my favorite actor in this movie along with his character Jake Sulley, just as he was a very inspiring actor in The Shack Sam Worthington once again makes an unbelievable mark in one of the greatest and most captivating movies you'll ever see.If you haven't seen this movie yet then you're missing out on something extremely astonishing and completely wonderful, it may even just change your point of view on seeing Earth and its flora and fauna and how to love and respect all of it as well as the planet itself. Take it from someone who's a complete lover and admirer of all forms of life on both Pandora when it comes to this movie and Earth and all it has to offer in reality concerning plants and animals.


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    2. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    Regardless of what anyone has to say that is negative about this film, in my opinion, I believe, hands down this is one of, if not the best film adaption to date. As selfish as it sounds, I grew up with this movie being the number one pick out of all the categories for genres. I can't recall how many times I have rewatched the entirety of the series as well as The Hobbit and been able to remember every single word from the script, to the point where I couldn't watch it with my family lol. Although there have been many different types of films that have caught my eye, in the many years of entertainment. This is a film that has it all, character development, a solid plot with a main objective insight, that although stretches across 3 films, is still worth the watch, as each one holds different glorious encounters in middle earth. They also capture the wonderful sights of New Zealand with The Shire. As well as the fantastic animation skills with The Mines of Moria and other foes that the fellowship encounters. All wonderful jobs are done by the cast and producers and everyone who was apart of this film. I must say this film certainly will stay apart of me for the rest of my life. I definitely recommend watching if you have not already


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    3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    I loved the environment that is set in Bilbo´s hobbit hole. I think it accurately depicts the first part of the book, which is super important in my opinion, and even as a stand alone movie it would still be awesome. I like how when Bilbo encountered Gollum, they got in all the riddles that there was in the chapter of the book, Riddles in the dark. Overall great movie if you liked the books, or if you love high fantasy stories.


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    4. Star Wars (1977)

    A timeless classic in it’s own right, ‘Star Wars’ is the ultimate blockbuster film that launched a pop culture phenomenon and changed the cinema landscape forever. Part ‘Flash Gordon’, with Kurosawa and ‘The Wizard of Oz’ as other major influences, ‘Star Wars’ is an ambitious space opera that inspires audiences of all ages with it’s heroic story, loveable characters and the stakes our protagonists are up against. The story probably needs very little explanation; Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) spends his days on a moisture farm on the planet Tatooine with his Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru, sick and tired of being a farmhand and hoping for an adventure, when he soon acquires the bickering droids C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) and R2D2 (Kenny Baker) who reveal a secret message from the captured Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) being held by the Galactic Empire and top secret plans for the Death Star, a space station capable of destroying an entire planet, intended for the old Jedi warrior Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guinness). This sets up a chain of events utilising Joseph Campbell’s “The Hero’s Journey” where Luke sets off to rescue the Princess and save the galaxy, and is taught about “The Force” from Kenobi, whilst also being hitched a freighter ride from the legendary smuggler Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and his Wookiee sidekick Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) and coming up against the Empire’s most feared Sith Lord Darth Vader


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    5.The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

    Geeks, movie lovers, cinephiles, and just everyone who likes good entertainment, you can now relax. This movie pleases every single one who watches it, and exceeds every expectation ever. The action is brilliantly thrilling, the script is brilliantly written, the cinematography and directing are ingenious, Ian Mckellens acting is brilliant. But the best actor in this movie is Andy Serkis, who once again, as usual, gives one of the greatest performances in the history of cinema. A complex, genius, and memorable character that you love to hate to love. Does Andy Serkis deserve an Oscar? Absolutely. Will he win an Oscar? Absolutely not. Anyone who has seen this and did not like it, you don’t understand movies.


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    6. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

    Empire strikes back is just amazing I dont have nothing much to say about this excellent film it's dark there's higher stakes you get great new characters like yoda lando and boba. My favourite scene in the film is where Yoda uses the force to pick up Luke's ship the music in that scene made me cry no joke. The duel with luke and vader is very intense every hit with the saber you feel it definitely better than the first films duel. You get new places like hoth dagobah and cloud city they all look beautiful. The battle of hoth is amazing I love the romance with han and Leia the scenes on dagobah are my favourite. The fact the rebels lose at the end makes the movie feel darker compared to the other films in the series.


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    7.Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

    I never thought I would ever be a fan of Johnny Depp ever, but after this I absolutely adore him and his career as a pirate that I've completely fallen in love with. Everything about this movie is completely stunning, but nothing makes me feel more alive than the locations, the story, the effects and most of all the musical score. This movie has got one of the greatest musical scores that could ever be created for a movie like this one, the adventure, the feeling, the spirit, everything. There is no pirate like the one and only Captain Jack Sparrow!!!!! You've got to see this movie over and over and over, Johnny Depp will amaze and wow you along with Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley and Geoffrey Rush. They are all absolutely incredible and will continue to amaze and wow me. But out of all of them Jack will always be my favorite and Johnny will always be one of my top favorite actors in the world.


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    8.The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

    Peter Jackson has done a really great job. The story picks up from the part where Gandalf was attacked, except this time it happens from the other point of view. This not only helps the viewer remember an incident that was important from the previous movie, but also makes it interesting by not showing the exact same shots again. While previously we believed Gandalf to be just a weak old man, over here he turned out to be a strong wizard. This is the reason why it paid off to see him return as Gandalf the White.


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    9.Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

    I love Return of the Jedi and it is my third favorite Star Wars movie of all time after Revenge of the Sith and The Empire Strikes Back! It's one of the best Star Wars movies ever made like I love Rescue of Han Solo, Death Star 2 is amazing, love seeing my loving heroes of Star Wars, love seeing my favorite Star Wars villain of all time, loving seeing Emperor Palpatine as well, love the final battle of Endor between Rebellion Alliance and Galactic Empire, love final duel between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, Anakin Skywalker being redeem by his son Luke and bringing balance to the force by destroying Emperor Palpatine and the Sith as The Chosen One, Anakin's death and funeral was so emotional and celebration ending was so beautiful and heart touching. I also love the part when Luke sees his 2 masters and his redeem father and love finale part when Luke join his friends and we see last final shot of our loving original heroes.


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    10.Monsters, Inc.

    This is such a great film, my childhood favorite. Its somthing i still enjoy as an adult, as it offers great lessons about father figures, positivity is more powerful than negativity, how morals are more imfortant than profit, and friendship. It shows how sweet and loveable the monsters in our closet are, and how they lives lives just like us. Sulley and Mike are honestly my favorite Pixar duo, with a creative bit of technology behind it. I know this sounds really cheesy, but this is such a perfect film i have nothing but positivity for.


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    11.Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)

    In my personal opinion, this is one of the best movie in the history of the world. It is really gripping and had me captivated from start to finish. I had read the book first, so I knew the plot, but somehow seeing it on a screen with real people playing the parts made it all the more powerful. I think the fact that a thing so unrealistic could be made so intense is an amazing feat, it sort of makes you forget that this could never happen really as you get lost in this world of magic and terror and all-round amazingness. The actors were perfect for their roles and this, combined with J.K. Rowling's writing and David Yate's directing, made this the ultimate movie


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    12.Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)

    I think The Phantom Menace is a nice adventure story with a fair amount of action that is nicely spread out from the introductory scene to the escape from Naboo to the pod racing on Tatooine and back to the battle in Naboo. It has good acting from the entire cast with characters that serve their purposes well , even JarJar with the light humor. The introduction of a very striking but mysterious new villian in Darth Maul was well done. There is not as much action in this movie as in other star Wars movies but it makes up for it with more of an adventure feel with the introduction of new environments and new Aliens not seen in the original trilogy while still introducing important future characters like Jaba, Anakin, Yoda and even Greedo in a deleted scene cut for some reason.


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    13.Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)

    There are two things together that can make a movie good emotion and impact and the structure, if you have one or the other only the movie is a mess. A movie that’s well structured with good pacing and narrative beats can’t work without there characters and their actors and the visuals of the movie that sell the emotion and impact. Like you need bones to give structure to a body but you need the body to move the bones. This movie succeeds at having good raw emotion with stellar visuals even it has a very much flawed Skeleton. The characters are great every time I watch this movie I hope things will be different, that anakin follows windu’s orders cause you can see in anakin eyes that he’s still struggling and you can see the good in him.


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    14.How to Train Your Dragon

    he viking village of Berk, located on a remote island, is attacked frequently by Dragons, which take livestock, damage property and endanger lives. Hiccup, the awkward fifteen-year-old son of the village chieftain, Stoick the Vast, is deemed too scrawny and weak to fight the dragons, so he instead creates mechanical devices under his apprenticeship with Gobber, the village blacksmith, though Hiccup's inventions often backfire. During one attack, Hiccup uses a bolas launcher to shoot down a Night Fury, a dangerous and rare dragon of which little is known, but no one believes him, so he searches for the fallen dragon on his own. He finds the dragon in the forest, tangled in his net, but cannot bring himself to kill him, and instead sets him free.


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    15.Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange. Never heard of this comics superhero and have never even seen the trailer before I watched this film. But I came out of the cinema totally entertained (as expected of a Marvel movie) and, surprisingly, spiritually uplifted and inspired. You can strip back the mind blowing effects (I've read it's better seen in 3D) and still come up with a wonderful, profound and thought-provoking film with strong messages about life at it's core. One of the best superhero films I've ever seen in terms of story, character development and special effects.


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    16.Ratatouille (2007)

    Remy (Patton Oswalt), a resident of Paris, appreciates good food and has quite a sophisticated palate. He would love to become a chef so he can create and enjoy culinary masterpieces to his heart's delight. The only problem is, Remy is a rat. When he winds up in the sewer beneath one of Paris' finest restaurants, the rodent gourmet finds himself ideally placed to realize his dream.


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    17.Thor: Ragnarok

    Such a lot of fun. Though a really odd choice to make Ragnarok a comedy seeing that it deals with some pretty heavy material - the final destruction of Asgard, Thor’s battle with Hella and the fall of the Valkryies but Taikia’s such a talented director that he makes it all work. I was almost sure that fellow Kiwi Jermaine Clement would make a perfect character in this film but alas. Jeff Goldblum steals the movie completely as the Grand Master and Cate Blanchett is superb as the jilted sister Hella - Mark Ruffalo really gets Hulk to flex some comedy muscles with some great one liners too. The Led Zeppelin music in the film is the icing on the cake and the movie has s delightfully cheesy 80s vibe to it all.


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    18. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

    Harry Potter is one of the few franchises that I never gave a chance as a kid. Fantasy just wasn't my interest as a kid. I was more into Science-fiction, Comic book, action/adventure, comedy genres. I just thought fantasy as a bland, and slow genre with cliche characters and creatures. Now, as I got older, the more I got interested in movies, and the more I understood them, the more interested I was into watching/reading Harry Potter. When I finally decided to give it a chance, and look more deep into it. And when I did, I was mind boggled. J.K Rowling put her heart, and soul into the story, and characters. As for someone who watched it before reading it, I will say Chris Columbus did a fantastic job. Like I said before, I never thought fantasy as an entertaining genre.


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    19.Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)

    This is a criminally underrated Star Wars movie in my opinion. While it does serve as a setup of sorts for the Revenge of the Sith, it is still an entertaining movie and a must see for all Star Wars fans. This movie definitely has more romance than any of the other movies. There is also sort of a mystery aspect to it, as Obi-Wan goes on a search to find out who tried to assassinate Padme. A few new planets are introduced, and some revisited. We see Anakin experience his first real touch with the dark side, which is a prelude of what is to come. While there are bits and peices of action throughout the movie, the final act is the real payoff. This movie has arguably the largest ground scale battle of any of the movies, and the lightsaber duels at the end are highly entertaining as well. This is also our first glimpse at Yoda showing us his reputation of a warrior.


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    20. Spirited Away (2001)

    A gem in animation Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away (2001) is a work of magic that you shouldn’t miss. He creates a world which is spectacular and makes you feel that you are progressing with the character throughout the film, he creates a sense of space portrayed through time, distance and scale. There are numerous moments where the characters just exist and nothing significant happens during those scenes, which is genius. Hayao Miyazaki explains this by saying, “If you have non-stop action with no breathing space at all, it’s just business. But if you take a moment, then the tension building in the film can grow into a wider dimension.


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    21.Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)

    This movie is every bit as good as the first, if not better. The old characters are just as you remember them (with some changes in fortune for a couple), The new characters are wonderfully colorful and memorable, and the bad guys are delightfully evil and cunning. I loved the plot, I loved the way it played out. Jokes and snappy one-liners abound, just as witty as in the first. And once again, Captain Jack Sparrow has one of the best introductions in movie history. The special effects were very good and everything looked realistic. The sword work was excellent, the fights both suspenseful and entertaining. And, there is a wonderful surprise at the end. If you want a movie that will make you think, this isn't really it. But, if you want a fun, entertaining movie that will take you away from reality for a little while, this is definitely one for you. It's a great ride and great fun.


  • Inside Out

    22.Inside Out

    Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is a happy, hockey-loving 11-year-old Midwestern girl, but her world turns upside-down when she and her parents move to San Francisco. Riley's emotions -- led by Joy (Amy Poehler) -- try to guide her through this difficult, life-changing event. However, the stress of the move brings Sadness (Phyllis Smith) to the forefront. When Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley's mind, the only emotions left in Headquarters are Anger, Fear and Disgust.


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    23.Spider-Man: No Way Home

    THIS IS THE SPIDERMAN MOVIE THAT EVERYONE WAS WAITING FOR. ignore all the people who say that this is gonna disappoint and all, those people nitpick things and then they find flaws. of course, this movie is not perfect, but the screenplay of this movie is amazing, it really boggles my mind how the writers take such high concept and present it without wasting a single second. this movie, from start to the very end is really really engaging. and this will definitely go down in the history for being the best spiderman movie ever. now, it sure has all the marvle stuff like tone and keeping it light and the familiarity with the mcu style of movies, but this movie stands out from the rest of the mcu movies. this movie is all about spiderman and peter parker and it focuses on his problems which cause even bigger problems and how the story revolves around this dilemma of his and just like peter parker feels in this movie, we kinda feel similar, so, there are stakes and moral ambiguity of characters and peter parker's internal journey and how he and his friends( ned and mj) figure things out.


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    24.Thor: The Dark World

    And now we come to Thor: The Dark World. Another underappreciated gem in the MCU canon, The Dark World offers plenty of action, some really funny moments, great performances, and per MCU custom, sets the stage for more adventures to come. In the years since this movie came out, it's garnered a reputation for being among the weaker entries in the MCU. Personally, I never really got the hate. Probably because I really enjoyed it in theaters, and well, what can I say? I really like the theater experiences.


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    25. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013)

    First of all always Watch the extended version for all movies.. 5 stars I get that it’s different from the books in a lot of ways but overall I personally still loved the movie and the lore of it all. And my only complaint is that pretty much everything is CGI where as Lord of the Rings used a full cast makeup costumes and it made it look real especially the orcs If they do another trilogy in the future please spend more time on making it look real rather than the overuse of CGI I gave it 5 stars because I personally enjoyed the movie including the dragon, the music, the dwarves, the elves definitely get more lore and screen time which was super cool. Legolas is in the movie which is cool to get to see a younger version of him he had some great scenes in this movie that make watching LOTR next even better.


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    26. Pan's Labyrinth

    Imagine you have a door to enter a world of fairy tales and some unearthly creatures demands "you are princess of their world" But if you want to enter that world you should have completed 3 tasks. Then what will you do? Actually this film is not only a fairy tell this film also depicts the social state of Spain in the year late 40's .story have many interesting and meaningful subplots those are successful to engage audiences to watch it till the end. Awesome story telling ,mindblowing visual effects make the film more intense to the audience.


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    27.Wonder Woman (2017)

    This film is everything you want in a superhero movie.This is the Wonder Woman movie we’ve been waiting for. One of the first superheroes ever created in comics and the very first female superhero, Wonder Woman is among the most recognizable superheroes in history. It is outrageously bold and confident, insanely fun and thrilling, powerfully dramatic and delightfully amusing, all rolled into one epic superhero outing. It sports some of the greatest action scenes and visuals of any superhero movie to date, many of which have been saved from the marketing in order to serve as delicious surprises when you finally see the movie. The cast are magnificent, especially Gal Gadot’s lead turn as the world’s first female superhero. And director Patty Jenkins has instantly proven herself one of the genre’s finest filmmakers.


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    28.Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)

    The threequel in the Pirates franchise pits Jack Sparrow, Barbossa and the rest of the worlds’ pirates against Lord Beckett, Davy Jones, the British Empire and the East India Trading Company in a final showdown. Once again Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Bill Nighy deliver outstanding performances. Tom Hollander as Cutler Beckett also deserves props, as does Keira Knightley who was allowed to shine more in this film. The final action sequence, while long, does provide excellent action and a very satisfying ending for all the characters. The special effects were well done and hold up to age well. I appreciate the world building that takes place in this film, but it does add length to the movie that might not have been necessary. This film is a fun summer blockbuster that I think is worth your time.


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    29. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

    A great sequel! If you liked the first one then you're going to love this! There's a darker atmosphere this time around and more characters are introduced including Gilderoy Lockhart (hilariously played by Kenneth Branagh), Draco Malfoy's father, Lucius (a great performance by Jason Isaacs, exactly how I imagined the character from the books!), Ron's father, Arthur, and the mysterious Dobby the house elf (fortunately he isn't anywhere near as annoying as other CG characters in other movies, but I won't name any names... *cough*JarJarBinks*cough*) The movie sticks closely to the novel, but as in the last movie we miss some of those scenes where we start to learn a little more about the characters, especially the hate-hate relationship between Harry and Professor Snape.



  • 30.Life of Pi (2012)

    "Believing in everything at the same time is the same as not believing in anything at all". Ang Lee's Life Of Pi is a magical, fantastical therapy for the eyes. If somehow you aren't pleased with the movie, your eyes sure will be. Such is the inexplicable beauty of those imagery. At the very least, the film is a visual extravaganza. But thankfully, it's much more than that. The visuals are merely the device through which various kinds of emotions are communicated to the audience. I really liked the movie and felt a connection to the otherworldly quality of it. The distinction between magic realism and pure fantasy is bridged quite impressively such that it becomes difficult to identify which is which. This, alongwith it's themes on religion, beliefs, ideologies, spirituality and love made it much more complicated adding layers of depth than how simple it seems on the surface.



  • 31. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

    The importance of The Prisoner of Azkaban to the Harry Potter film series cannot be overstated. This is the movie that established the creative direction and formula for the films that followed, as the series faced a crucial issue post-Chamber of Secrets. How does one adapt increasingly lengthy books into satisfying feature films? The solution: everything that is told from Harry’s point of view or that directly affects his character goes in, everything else is fair game for being dropped. But it wasn’t only the POV rule that Azkaban established going forward; it was also the freedom to get creative—really creative. Director Alfonso Cuaron significantly altered the look and feel of Harry Potter without completely removing what Chris Columbus had built in the prior two films, while at the same time expanding the depth of the characters and, well, getting weird. From the Knight Bus sequence to the Hogwarts choir (plus frogs) to the Dementors, Prisoner of Azkaban is absolutely tactile—you can feel this world.


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    32.Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi

    Steve Yedlin's cinematography is a work of art, a modern day masterpiece, creating a spectacle out of destruction and mayhem, as his camera forms a beautiful imagery out of the rubbles of machines and blood. I can guarantee when you'll leave the hall there'll be visuals which will haunt your minds for a very long time. Editor Bob Ducsay gives the film a certain pace which makes each and every moment exciting, especially with his use of quick transitions and shot rhythms through out the film. And yes one shouldn't the forget the efforts of Rian Johnson who not only directed the film as he painted the strokes of his imagination on the screen, but also with his screen writing skills was able to chalk out this spectacular and phenomenal cinematic journey and make good use of the characters created by George Lucas.


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    33. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

    THE HOBBIT: BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES will give you a thrill, keep you on the edge of your seat, and teach you valuable lessons. The Hobbit trilogy is one of my favorites and I highly recommend the whole series but especially Battle of the Five Armies. The quality in this movie is great and the animation along with colors makes you feel like you are in a different world. The characters in The Hobbit are one of my favorite things about the film. The characters are all unique, interesting, and they have such strong personalities. The characters go through many challenges which will keep you engaged throughout the film. The flow of this movie is great and very easy and entertaining to follow along with. I wish there were more of The Hobbit movies!


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    34.Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Without a doubt, the best part of this film is it’s animation. It’s the combined talents of 140 animators all working to mix computer-animation with traditional band-drawn comic book techniques which makes this film a literal sight to behold. The characters are so engaging, but none are quite like Miles Morales. Before, to be honest, he was basically black Spider-Man to even the most hardcore of comic book fans. But now, thanks to this film, he is a far more fleshed-out and developed character with real motivations and relatability. The story is also complex and real. The amount of attention put into the writing has made this story so believable, despite easily tackling concepts such as multiple realities and super-powered individuals.


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    35.Coco (2017)

    I first watched this film on 2018 and at that time, I wasn't sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised. It was so colorful and at first, I thought it would be all about music and I was taken aback by how emotional it is and how it teaches the viewers the importance of family. Now, Coco is one of my favorite Disney Films and I watched it from time to time. The story follows a young boy who has dreams about playing guitar but his family is oddly against the idea because of his great, great Grandfather. The boy finds himself traveling to the land of the dead and meeting his deceased family members who help to try get him back to the land of the living while also filling him in on why his family is against music.


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    36. Aquaman (2018)

    James Wan has crafted a superhero comic book come to glorious, vivid life. First and foremost, no other superhero movie has really ever looked like this before — the colors, imagery, and visual concepts are big and bold, bright and stunning, taking us back and forth from complimentary and contrasting surface-world locales to breathtaking undersea settings. Atlantis is like Avatar underwater, if the Na’vi had advanced sci-fi technology. There are hidden seas within the sea, dark and foreboding caverns of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an artist-poets civilization of Fishermen, and other glorious places within the oceans to explore


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    37.The Mummy (1999)

    The Mummy 1999 was one of my favourite films in my youth. I loved ancient mythology, particularly Egyptian and Greek, and this movie is all about that! It was also one of the first films I saw on an HD TV all those years ago and i thought it looked gorgeous! Well it's been bout 15 years since I saw it last so thought I'd give it ago again on Blu-ray. The initial impact of the 1080p transfer had lost its impact from what I remember but the film itself is still incredibly fun. It's a straight forward action adventure, similar to Indiana Jones, with plenty of action, humour and supernatural powers. I have seen the original Mummy from the 1930's as well and the 1999 film is called a remake but it's not really, it's very different and much more exciting.


  • Wreck-It Ralph

    38.Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

    Arcade-game character Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) is tired of always being the "bad guy" and losing to his "good guy" opponent, Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer). Finally, after decades of seeing all the glory go to Felix, Ralph decides to take matters into his own hands. He sets off on a game-hopping trip to prove that he has what it takes to be a hero. However, while on his quest, Ralph accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens the entire arcade.


  • Alice in Wonderland

    39. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

    Alice in Wonderland (2010) is an engaging and visually stunning adaptation of the 1865 Lewis Carrol novel. While it definitely is ambitious, and succeeds in entertaining, this adaptation is extremely unfaithful to the novel. The novel has a truly deep meaning behind it which makes it a masterpiece in literature, which this movie does not have, or at least barely has. Unlike the extraordinary novel, this movie lacks charm, and does not complement the book in any way. The script is acceptable, but it is witless, has too many clichés, and trite sayings in it and therefore lacks substance. Acting from Johnny Depp and others was quite good, but there are several factors that make this movie below great. It is, however, hard to criticize the fantastic cinematography and visual effects such as the clever use of green screen and phenomenal computer generated imagery.


  • Bruce Almighty

    40. Bruce Almighty (2003)

    I myself must say that this is one of the funniest and most astonishing films of all time. I absolutely love this film and I have seen it about a thousand times, it never gets old. And Jim Carrey’s performance is indescribably extraordinary and unique, as always. He and the other cast did an amazing job acting in this incredibly hilarious and weird film!


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    41. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

    THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, rated PG, is a wonderful family, adventure, fantasy Disney movie. It is based on C.S. Lewis’ classic story by the same title. Because of an air raid in London during World War II, four children (Lucy, Peter, Edmund, and Susan), are taken to the English countryside for safety. There, in Professor Kirke’s house through an old wardrobe they enter the land of Narnia, a world with fascinating talking animals and mythical creatures. In Narnia, they learn that evil White Witch has taken control of the land, turning it into a state of forever winter but never Christmas. In this beautiful film full of delightful characters, the children learn of their destiny to set Narnia free with the guidance and sacrifice of the great lion, Aslan.


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    42. Oz The Great And Powerful

    Rachel Weisz did a fantastic job bring the wickedness to her character. This was her first fantasy film and she just slayed it! James Franco did a good job too developing his character. Mila Kunis brought her emotions to life from falling in love to getting her heart broken is a big transformation and Mila just did it like that! Michelle Williams is just the sweetest, her kindness really shines through. Glinda would do anything to protect her land. Over all, the film is just pure magic and beautiful! I love Finley, he is so cute and funny, China Girl is so adorable and precious . This cast is just amazing! I'm a huge Oz fan! I love the Wizard Of Oz!


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    43. Jack the Giant Slayer

    amazing movie..Jack, a young farmhand, must save Princess Isabelle from the giants after one of the magic beans that a monk gives him in exchange of his horse sprouts a giant beanstalk into the realm of the giants.


  • The Incredibles

    44.The Incredibles

    In this lauded Pixar animated film, married superheroes Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) are forced to assume mundane lives as Bob and Helen Parr after all super-powered activities have been banned by the government. While Mr. Incredible loves his wife and kids, he longs to return to a life of adventure, and he gets a chance when summoned to an island to battle an out-of-control robot. Soon, Mr. Incredible is in trouble, and it's up to his family to save him.


  • Frozen

    45.Frozen (2013)

    When their kingdom becomes trapped in perpetual winter, fearless Anna (Kristen Bell) joins forces with mountaineer Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer sidekick to find Anna's sister, Snow Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel), and break her icy spell. Although their epic journey leads them to encounters with mystical trolls, a comedic snowman (Josh Gad), harsh conditions, and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff bravely push onward in a race to save their kingdom from winter's cold grip.


  • Toy Story

    46.Toy Story (1995)

    Woody (Tom Hanks), a good-hearted cowboy doll who belongs to a young boy named Andy (John Morris), sees his position as Andy's favorite toy jeopardized when his parents buy him a Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) action figure. Even worse, the arrogant Buzz thinks he's a real spaceman on a mission to return to his home planet. When Andy's family moves to a new house, Woody and Buzz must escape the clutches of maladjusted neighbor Sid Phillips (Erik von Detten) and reunite with their boy.


  • How to Train Your Dragon 2

    47. How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

    One of those rare sequels that are arguably better than the original. How to Train your Dragon 2 expands upon the characters we’ve come to love while also bringing in some great new ones, and by the way Drago is probably the best villain in this entire franchise! Also the animation here is still greatly stunning. Also this movie seems to have a more darker tone compared to the original, like with Kung Fu Panda 2. Like its predecessor this entry is great and is in my opinion the best film in the trilogy!


  • Click

    48.Click (2006)

    Click starring adam sandler is a hilarious movie akin to Absolutely Anything and very ahead of it’s time. The ratings are hard but the movie has a great concept and taste in humor. I think that was probably the first movie to make me really cry. There is an absolutely impactful and heart shattering scene and others that make me think about my own life and family. The way time progression is crazy genius with the remote settings, features and a few hilarious HUD jokes. and showing different future generations. I They also had an incredibly clever ending. My only issue with it is I just wanted to see what more the remote can do in my opinion and it would be a perfect Sandler film, I also did not expect it to get so dark, but it was good at it. Its one of Sandlers better performances and is very underrated.


  • Liar Liar

    49.Liar Liar (1997)

    I love this movie. Everytime it's on cable, I tell myself, make some time to sit down and watch it. I finally watched the movie all the way through. All I can say is 'Wow.' The story was so good. The morals in this story are really issues that we all face in our life. Making time for people who care about, making excuses. The character Maxx is adorable. He is one of the sweetest characters in any movie ever. Like most Jim Carey films you will not be disappointed. A really good movie. Very watchable, and you can you walk away from the TV for one second come back and still get whats happening in the movie.


  • zootopia

    50.zootopia

    From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. When Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), a wily fox who makes her job even harder.




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