Our Top Ten Favorite Movies

The Academy Awards are tonight, so it’s time to celebrate movies! Here is a list of our Top Ten Favorite Movies of All-Time.

Comment with your own!

Feel free to disagree with the quality and unworthiness of any of these Ten (although, we will still shamelessly love all of these movies):

1. Legally Blonde– super inspirational and absolutely hilarious. Also, Elle Woods is one of the greatest characters in cinematic history. Enough said

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2. Clueless– one of the most quotable movies of all-time (“As If!”), plus it also defined life in the 90’s. Cher Horowitz is funny, clueless, a humanitarian, and everything we aspire to be

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3. Scream– the perfect mix between comedy and horror. It resurrected the horror genre in the 90’s and is a fun classic murder mystery

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4. American Pie– had low expectations for this movie. Shockingly, it had a big heart and was surprisingly real and funny. Plus, the characters are all fantastic

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5. The Lion King– the greatest animated movie of all-time, and that soundtrack will be forever in my head. “Circle of Life”

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6. Mean Girls– if you grew up in the 2000’s, there is a very good chance this is one of your favorites (more likely than the 30 % chance that it’s already raining outside). And we quote it pretty much every day in some situation

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7. Aladdin– because Aladdin was the OG crush, and he and Jasmine defined relationship goals. And that soundtrack!

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8. Easy A- the self-awareness, humor and Emma Stone are on point. It’s pretty much a classic John Hughes movie, but it knows it’s a John Hughes movie so it’s fantastic

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9. Pitch Perfect– can’t even think of a movie that made me laugh so hard from start to finish. Everything Fat Amy said was gold, and the entire cast are great characters. Also, the music is aca-amazing

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10. She’s The Man– Amanda Bynes’ character had many hilarious lines, and it was the debut of Channing Tatum! The quintessential mid-2000s teen movie that my 13-year old self will never forget

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