It's hard to choose. I'll probably change my mind later:
- The Circus
- Black Swan
- Hot Fuzz
- Shaun of the Dead
- Beauty and the Beast
- The Great Dictator
- American Beauty
- The Little Mermaid
- Nightmare on Elm Street
Sweet Sixteen - the Scottish one that is, set in Greenock, very good film.
Black Swan - very well done, excellent directing and pretty good acting.
Donnie Darko - pretty depressing really, but probably my No. 1 desert island dvd, I couldn't go the rest of my life without being able to watch it.
Return of the King - Tolkien should be up there with Virgil and Homer, and the film is a brilliant adaptation.
City of God/Slumdog Millionaire - not the best films in the world, but so fast paced and enjoyable. I basically group them as one film because I like India and Brazil so much as countries, and they are pretty similar in their depictions of them.
Hot Fuzz - probably my favourite British film, just because it's so funny and so brilliantly directed.
A Prophet - French prison-gang film, easily my favourite foreign language film though. Anyone who hasn't watched it, should.
La Haine - Mathieu Kassovitz's masterpiece, would be on my list solely because of the 'nique la police' scene, even if the rest of it wasn't an amazing film.
Casino Royale - best bond film, second favourite British film
Airplane - for obvious reasons
Honourable mentions are Pirates of the Carribean, Miyazaki's Spirited Away, and Kick-Ass (best superhero movie)