User:Aidanzapunk/Top 10 Favorite Movies

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Everyone has their favorites. So here's my top 10 favorite movies.

Rank Game Description Artwork
10 Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back Pokémon was originally not a franchise I was into. I was actually so afraid of the series that every time the main theme started on the TV, I would start screaming. XD But as time went on, I found there was no reason to be afraid of it, and I started playing the games ever since I got my first DS. And this movie has been one of my favorites during that time. MewtwoStrikesBack.png
9 Spaceballs Ironically enough, I've avoided watching the Star Wars films (for various reasons). But this film is still one of the greatest films ever. You don't even need to be a Star Wars fan to understand that the film is extremely humorous, self-aware, and, most certainly, a Mel Brookes film. Spaceballs.jpg
8 Kubo and the Two Strings I remember seeing this movie in theaters, and was absolutely blown away by it. The film is extremely well done, especially considering the fact that, despite coming out in 2016, it is entirely stop-motion. It also tells an amazing story, and a powerful one at that. Kubo.jpg
7 Deadpool 2 What's better than the first Deadpool movie? The second one, damnit! This film took everything that was great about the first one and made it even better. The humor was great, the references were amazing, and the after credits scene is probably my favorite scene in any film. Deadpool2.jpg
6 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse I'm not that big into Marvel movies, but of the superheroes that I have paid attention to, Spider-Man has always been one of my favorites. I remember watching the Sam Raimi trilogy when it was on TV as a kid. And I was excited for Into the Spider-Verse, given my love of crossovers, Spider-Man, and John Mulaney. But I really was not expecting it to be so beautiful. The animation is easily the best thing about this film, and they knocked it out of the park. SpiderVerse.jpg
5 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie The Captain Underpants series was always one of my favorite book series growing up, and finding out the news that it was getting its own movie actually made me excited. Several book-to-movie adaptaions fail to live up to the success of their respective books in numerous ways, but the Captain Underpants movie legitimately made me feel like I was in elementary school again. CaptainUnderpants.png
4 Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva I thoroughly enjoy the Professor Layton series, so it's no surprise that this movie is on this list. But what's unique about this media-to-movie adaptation is that it follows a completely unique storyline, while at the same time still keeping the familiar puzzles, plot twists, and brilliant soundtrack. EternalDiva.jpg
3 Coco Oh my god, where do I begin with this. Despite The Book of Life more or less beating Coco to the title of "first animated film about Día de los Muertos", Coco absolutely blows The Book of Life out of the water. It carries an absolutely heart-wrenching yet simultaneously heart-warming story, in tandem with beautiful visual and audio presentation. It is a film that is oozing with Mexican culture, which is something that can be further increased when you watch it in the Latin American dub. En general, Coco es una impresionante película que se merece totalmente el respeto que ha recibido. Coco.jpg
2 Rise of the Guardians While I did see this movie with my ex, it's still one of my favorite movies. The story is brilliant, it's visually impressive, it's an emotional rollercoaster, and overall it's just an amazing movie. RiseoftheGuardians.jpg
1 Wreck-It Ralph Anyone who knows me at all knows I absolutely love references and easter eggs. And this movie does that phenominally. Filled to the brim with iconic gaming character cameos and references, and an amazing story to boot, this movie is just my favorite film of all time. WreckItRalph.jpg