The Green Mile
LOTR trilogy (I'm counting them as one film )
Insidious 1 and/or 2
Anyway, in no particular order;
It Follows: To show people who think horror needs jump scares that films can be even creepier and build more tension without them, to show how horror can be a setting for exceptional cinematography and sound work, and to share my love of the recent wave of 80s throwbacks.
Enemy: Because it's a film so ambiguous (and downright bizarre) that it's impossible not to watch and formulate your own interpretation of events in this film- it leaves so many questions unanswered all the way through and that's absolutely intentional. It's also gorgeously shot, a masterclass in acting by Gyllenhaal and an introduction to the work of Denis Vileneuve, one of the best directors alive and arguably the director of the best body of work in the 21st century.
The Grand Budapest Hotel- Because it's my favourite film and an absolute masterpiece that I think everybody should see. It's a two hour piece of utterly charming artwork.