No. 1: One of my enduring favorites is Die Hard with Bruce Willis. Hope the new movie coming out, A Good Day to Die Hard, will be as much of a romp as the original.
No. 2: Off in the quirky realm would be the movie Kinky Boots - I think it is movie with heart and soul.
No. 3: For drama and heartbreak, I recommend Sin Nombre.
No. 4: Kind of an off-the-wall black and white classic Katherine Hepburn is The Rainmaker (1956) with her playing opposite Burt Lancaster.
No. 5: I so loved musicals as a kid, so I have to dig in history's past for this gem (and animated nonetheless) 1955s Lady and the Tramp.
No. 6: Back to the future (noooo, not the movie), recent movies - 2007's No Country for Old Men.
No. 7: For those who don't mind subtitles Ran is worth the effort. Amazing photography, excellent story line.
No. 8: A comedic movie worth the price of admission - The Hangover.
No. 9: Removed from the list.
No. 10: Finally, one in the horror/sci-fi genre -- 1979's The Alien.
There ya haves it, in no particular order, my top ten I could (pretty much) watch over and over again.
To add to my art book collection, I picked up How to Draw Animals by Jack Hamm (pub. 1969), and British Landscape Painting - 19th Century (pub. 1970).