Similar to my long history with books, I have always adored films. Gosh that sounds like such a line. Essentially, it’s true everyone does love films. Personally, what intrigues me the most about cinema is its power to influence emotions through provoking messages by manipulating film techniques.

Films are a form of entertainment, but they are also so much more, they are stories. Stories that make you cry, laugh, jump and swell with happiness. To me, that’s beautiful.

So, here is literally just a list of my favourite films. I’m sharing them with you all so that you can experience them in all their glory.


La La Land – Damien Chazelle 

Moulin Rouge – Baz Luhrmann 


Beetlejuice – Tim Burton 


Fight Club – David Fincher

Into the Wild – Sean Penn 

Stand By Me – Rob Reiner 

Gone Girl – David Fincher 

Room – Lenny Abrahamson 

The Fundamentals of Caring – Rob Burnett 


Shutter Island – Martin Scorsese 

Donnie Darko – Richard Kelly 


Pride and Prejudice – Joe Wright 

Casablanca – Michael Curtiz 

The Great Gatsby – Baz Luhrmann 

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – Michel Gondry 

The Notebook – Nick Cassavetes 

Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging – Gurinder Chadha 

Love, Rosie – Christian Ditter 

Me Before You – Thea Sharrock 


Une Femme Est Une Femme – Jean-Luc Godard 

Populaire –  Régis Roinsard

Children – including Animated 

Anastasia – Don Bluth and Gary Goldman 

Mary Poppins – Robert Stevenson 

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – Ken Hughes 

Harry Potter – various directors 

Mulan  – Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook 

How to Train Your Dragon – Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders 

Beauty and the Beast (1991) – Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise 


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