1. Kill Bill Vol's 1 & 2
Original, stylish and bloody. Both films are great femme fatale movies with great acting, cinematography and soundtrack, definately my all time favorite.
2. Schindler's List
This masterpiece is not for the feint hearted, it's a moving, visually stunning and timeless masterpiece. Being in black and white really gives it a more humane and rough feel to the whole story.
3. Inglourious Basterds
As a whole Inglourious Basterds is a stylish, provocative and great film. Quentin Tarantino did a great job in re-working the original film to his own style.
4. The Green Mile
A great adaptation to the Stephen King novel, it is such a moving film and it is very easy to fall for the characters in this film, especially Micheal Clarke Duncans character "John Coffey" If you are not religous this may make you want to believe in a God after seeing this one.
The concept of this film is out-of-this-world, the film its self is visually stuning, and is definately one that will make you want to think.
Directed by James Cameron, this sequal to "Alien" is definately the best one out of the quadrilogy, it is more of a horror/thriller but really puts you on the edge of your seat whilst you watch. Sigourney Weaver kicks ass in this movie, definately for those feminist liberators!
7. Jackie Brown
This movie is a debut to blacksploitation movies, and Pam Grier does a fantastic job on playing the sexy and innovative Jackie. The soundtrack is awesome, and definately a hidden treasure from Quentin Tarantino.
To be continued...