Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 3 years ago

Movie recommendations?

I'm a 13 year old girl.

I like fantasy, romance, action, and animation movies.

I've watched Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Twilight, Finding Dory, The Avengers, Spirit, Divergent, ect!

i'm just bored an need some idea right now! :)

Update:

I also love movies that are based off of books!

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago
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    How about:

    Stardust (2007,fantasy)

    Pan's Labyrinth (2006,fantasy)

    Avatar (2009,sci-fi-fi)

    The 5th Wave (2016,sci-fi)

    The Maze Runner -(2014,sci-fi)

    The Host (2013,sci-fi)

    MirrorMask (2005,fantasy)

    Oz the Great and Powerful (2013,fantasy)

    Alice In Wonderland (2010,fantasy)

    The Princess Bride (1987, romance/comedy)

    Dragonheart (1996,fantasy)

    The Star Wars series (actually more of a fantasy series based in space)

    Star Trek (2009, sci-fi)

    Star Trek Into Darkness

    Star Trek Beyond (these modern rebooted ones are made for younger people & they're actually really good)

    The Pirates of the Caribbean series

    Great 80's fantasy movies you might like (the 80's is famously known for epic dark fantasy):

    Legend (1985)

    Labyrinth (1986)

    Dragonslayer (1981)

    Willow (1988)

    The Neverending Story (1984)

    Krull (1983)

    The Dark Crystal (1982)

  • 3 years ago

    The classic Disney princess movies are: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin.

    The later Disney princess movies are: Pocahontas, Mulan, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, and Brave, although you can probably skip those.

    The other Pixar movies are Toy Story 1-3, A Bug's Life, Monsters Inc., Monsters University, Finding Nemo, Finding Dory, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, and Cars 1-2.

    Other classic Disney movies are: Planes and Planes: Fire & Rescue (which are both spin-offs of the Cars franchise), Frozen, Bambi, Dumbo, Pinocchio, The Lion King, 101 Dalmations, Lady and the Tramp, The Fox and the Hound, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, and The Jungle Book (an animated 1967 version, and a live action remake in 2016, both of which are great).

    Hayao Miyazaki has made several well received movies, including: Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Ponyo, and The Wind Rises.

    Those are all animated.

    Classic live action movies are The Wizard of Oz, ET, The Princess Bride, The Neverending Story 1-3, and the Narnia series:

    1. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

    2. Prince Caspian

    3. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    All the movies I listed are ok for younger kids. There are other movies that are good for teens, but not young kids. But I suggest you watch these kids' movies first. Because the sooner you watch them, the more you'll like them. And you're running out of time to watch them while they'll still have the biggest influence on you. The teen movies can wait.

    Note that even though you're a little older than the target demographic for these movies, you'll still like them. The best kids movies are good even for adults, which is part of why they make so much money. But they're best for kids.

  • 3 years ago

    Romance;

    Love, Rosie

    Safe Haven

    A Walk to Remember

    When Harry Met Sally

    Sleepless in Seattle

    10 Things I Hate About You

    The Age of Adeline

    The Proposal

    The Wedding Planner

    Maid in Manhattan

    How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

    50 First Dates

    Made of Honor

    Letters to Juliet

    The Last Song

    Fantasy:

    Alice in Wonderland

    Narnia

    Avatar

    The Jungle Book

    How to Train Your Dragon

    The Princess Bride

    Bridge to Terabithia

    E.T.

    Caroline

    Pan's Labyrinth

    Action:

    Taken

    The Avengers

    The Matrix

    Indiana Jones

    Jurassic Park

    Jaws

    Batman Begins

    Spiderman

    The Bourne Ultimatum

    Alien

    Die Hard

    Braveheart

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Star Trek

    Independence Day

  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    how about:

    stardust (2007,fantasy)

    pan's labyrinth (2006,fantasy)

    avatar (2009,sci-fi-fi)

    the 5th wave (2016,sci-fi)

    the maze runner -(2014,sci-fi)

    the host (2013,sci-fi)

    mirrormask (2005,fantasy)

    oz the awesome and powerful (2013,fantasy)

    alice in wonderland (2010,fantasy)

    the princess bride (1987, romance/comedy)

    dragonheart (1996,fantasy)

    the star wars series (actually more of a fantasy series based in space)

    star trek (2009, sci-fi)

    star trek into darkness

    star trek beyond (these modern rebooted ones are made for younger people & they're actually really good)

    the pirates of the caribbean series

    awesome 80's fantasy movies you might like (the 80's is famously known for epic dark fantasy):

    legend (1985)

    labyrinth (1986)

    dragonslayer (1981)

    shallow (1988)

    the neverending story (1984)

    krull (1983)

    the dark crystal (1982)

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  • 3 years ago

    Gladiator

  • 3 years ago

    Go on Putlocker.is and watch Game of Thrones (TV series). Watch the trailers on Youtube first before watching it to see if you will like it.

  • 3 years ago

    Spirited Away, my neighbor to ToToro, howls moving castle

  • 3 years ago

    homie get into anime, some of the best shows and movies of all time have been anime.

    like romance?

    Tora-Dora is one of the best

    action-romance?

    zero no tsukaima

    action?

    gurren lagaan

  • Kyle
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    Here's a list of my favorite, a little bit of everything (except horror)

    13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (John Krasinski)

    21 (Kevin Spacey)

    The 40 Year Old Virgin (Steve Carrell)

    Act of Valor (Navy Seals)

    American Sniper (Bradley Cooper)

    Anchorman (Will Ferrell)

    Apollo 13 (Tom Hanks)

    Armageddon (Bruce Willis)

    The A-Team (Liam Neeson)

    Austin Powers (Mike Meyers)

    Avatar

    Bedazled (Brendan Frazier)

    Billy Madison (Adam Sandler)

    Black Hawk Down (Josh Hartnett)

    Blades of Glory (Will Ferrell)

    Blood Diamond (Lenoardo DiCarprio)

    The Blues Brothers

    Body of Lies (Leonardo DiCaprio)

    The Bourne Series (Matt Damon, Jeremy Renner)

    The Breakfast Club (Emilio Estevez)

    Brick Mansions (Paul Walker)

    Bridge of Spies (Tom Hanks)

    Captain Phillips (Tom Hanks)

    Cast Away (Tom Hanks)

    Collateral (Tom Cruise)

    Cowboys & Aliens (Daniel Craig)

    The Dark Knight (Christian Bale)

    The Departed (Jack Nicholson)

    Drumline (Nick Cannon)

    Dude, where's my car? (Ashton Kutcher)

    Edge of Tomorrow (Tom Cruise)

    Elf (Will Ferrell)

    Empororer's New Groove (David Spade)

    Fast and Furious series

    Finding Nemo

    Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks)

    Frozen

    Full Metal Jacket

    Fun with Dick and Jane (Jim Carrey)

    Gladiator (Russel Crowe)

    Gone in 60 Seconds (Nicolas Cage)

    Green Zone (Matt Damon)

    The Grey (Liam Neeson)

    Harry Potter series

    The Hobbit series

    How to Train Your Dragon series

    The Hurt Locker (Jeremy Renner)

    Inception (Lenoardo DiCaprio)

    The Incredibles

    Independience Day (Will Smith)

    i, Robot (Will Smith)

    Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise)

    Jarhead (Jake Gyllenhal)

    Jet Li's Fearless

    John Wick (Keanu Reeves)

    The Last Samurai (Tom Cruise)

    The Lego Movie (Chris Pratt)

    Liar Liar (Jim Carrey)

    Lone Survivor (Mark Wahlberg)

    Lord of the Ring series

    James Bond series

    The Kingdom (Jamie Foxx)

    Marvel Cinematic Universe: Iron Man - Civil War

    The Matrix Trilogy

    Max Payne (Mark Wahlberg)

    Men in Black (Will Smith)

    Minority Report (Tom Cruise)

    Mission Impossible I - V (Tom Cruise)

    Moneyball (Brad Pitt)

    Non-Stop (Liam Neeson)

    Oblivion (Tom Cruise)

    Oceans Trilogy (George Clooney)

    Old School (Will Ferrell)

    The One (Jet Li)

    Pirates of the Carribean (Johnny Depp)

    Phonebooth (Collin Ferral)

    The Prestige (Hugh Jackman)

    Rat Race (Cuba Gooding Jr)

    Remember the Titans (Denzel Washington)

    Rocky Balboa series

    Rush Hour 1, 2 (Jackie Chan)

    Saving Private Ryan (Tom Hanks)

    Shooter (Mark Wahlberg)

    Speed (Keanu Reeves)

    Starship Troopers (Casper Van Dien)

    Star Wars Saga

    Step Brothers (Will Ferrell)

    Taken Trilogy (Liam Neeson)

    Talladega Nights (Will Ferrell)

    Tangled (Mandy Moore)

    Terminator series

    Top Gun (Tom Cruise)

    Traitor (Don Cheadle)

    Transformers series

    The Transporter (Jason Stathom)

    Tropic Thunder (Ben Stiller)

    The Truman Show (Jim Carrey)

    Valkyrie (Tom Cruise)

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    War of the Worlds (Tom Cruise)

    The Waterboy (Adam Sandler)

    Whiplash (Miles Teller, JK Simmons)

    The Wolf of Wall Street (Leonardo DiCaprio)

    X-men Series

    Zero Dark Thirty (Jessica Chastain)

    Zombieland (Jessie Eisenberg)

    • OlifantJagter
      Lv 4
      3 years agoReport

      Still, you even recommended Wolf of Wall Street. I mean he literally does cocaine out of a hooker's *rsehole. And not to mention 10+ whores and multiple drugs. I get it that you like to watch it, I do as well. But you should not recommend those movies, or even list them to a child.

  • 3 years ago

    reading is much better the book retains u thinking and you also get more detail in what people are thinking therefore you get more imagination and you could picture it in your mind

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