My personal top 5 would be: 1: Saving private Ryan. It was one of the first movies I saw about ww2 and it blew my mind from the start to the finish. The beach scene was so horrendous, so realistic that it felt like you were actually there with the men. It was breathtaking and terrifying to watch. I loved the characters, the way the actors portrayed them and the entire storyline, even though it's not really realistic to how Ryan was being pulled off the line. It was just a very interesting movie that I loved from start to finish. 2: Letters from Iwo Jima. So refreshing to see things from the Japanese point of view. A movie that moved me, had me raising my eyebrows in shock and made me emotional. Very beautifully made and extremely interesting. 3: The Pianist. Shocking, horrible, beautiful, emotional and heavy. God that was a movie that I lost sleep over when I finished it. It was extreme. But beautifully acted, interesting characters and moving scenes. 4: Unbroken. I know a lot of people apparently hate this movie but I loved it. The book is brilliant too. A story about determination, never giving up and always staying positive no matter what. Very impressive story and interesting to see how prisoners were being treated and how it's like to live on open sea for so long. Jack O'Connell played his role brilliantly. 5: Pearl Harbor. Not that the story is that good, but I find the scenes where the ships get bombed extremely well made and whenever it's on TV I have to watch it. It's one of my favorite movies. But I can see from the lists here that there are many movies that I haven't seen yet.