(Christopher Nolan, 2010) Budget: $160m. UK Gross: £35.3m. US Gross: $288.4m. This is one of my favourite films because the special effects were extremely well used. There was an interesting plot, with a phenomenal climax.
2. The Hurt Locker
(Kathryn Bigelow, 2008) Budget: $11m. UK Gross: £308.9k. US Gross: $12.6m. I enjoyed this film because it portrayed a real experience. It was extremely gripping and tense throughout which makes the film what it is.
3. The Hangover
(Todd Williams, 2009) Budget: $35m. UK Gross: £21.6m. US Gross: $277.3m. I love this film because the plot is outrageously funny. Also, the perfect actors were cast to play each role, making the film even more funnier.
4. Happy Gilmore
(Dennis Dugan, 1996) Budget: £10m. US Gross: $38.6m. I enjoyed this film because although the plot is predictable, it is work into an extremely well worked comedy. Adam Sandler is hilarious in this, as well as Ben Stiller's short role as an Elderly Home Employee.
5. Step Brothers
(Adam McKay, 2008) Budget: $65m. UK Gross: 6.4m. US Gross: $100.5m. I enjoyed this film because there is no true plot to this film, it depicts 2 arguing brothers and how they get one over on each other, with humerous consequences.