I love movies. I guess that's pretty much a no brainer considering that I have an entire blog dedicated to them. I've also made it clear that I am a huge fan of action movies, as evident in this post, and this one. But I have also grown to love movies of all genre, except maybe for horror - I don't know, I find most of them to be too unintelligent for my liking.
However, there are also movies that I absolutely adore, but a bit more reluctant to openly admit it. To understand why, you have to put into perspective that it's rather unusual for a guy in his mid-20's to still be watching these movies with the same kind of enthusiasm that I had when I first saw them, which meant I was still in school at the time for most of the movies on the list.
#5 10 Things I Hate About You 
But then again, it is unlikely that people will give me weird looks for this, considering that it is a thinly-veiled adaptation of one of Shakespeare's best-known work, The Taming of the Shrew. Since Shakespeare doesn't age, this is the one I am least embarrassed about.
#4 Jerry Maguire 
Despite my best efforts, I can't help the fact that by the end of this movie, I always find myself hugging my knees with a look on my face that's too embarrassing to describe here.
#3 A Walk to Remember 
And yes, I still tend to shed a tear at the end. There, I said it. You happy?!
#2 Bridge to Terabithia 
Although she is still very much alive, the fact that we haven't spoke or even seen each other for years makes me feel like my childhood died at the age of twelve.
#1 Peter Pan 
Peter Pan is probably one of the most lovable stories ever written, because it reminds us that even though we have to grow up, that doesn't mean we have to grow old, and this is my favourite adaptation of them all.
What about you guys? Any guilty pleasure movies of your own?