She's 11 and very mature and intelligent for her age, so I've shown her all kinds of movies. Pretty much every one I've shown her, she's loved, except for Dead Alive(Braindead). I only showed her that because it's so outrageous and weird that it can't be taken seriously. She found it to be too gross. Here are some movies that I showed her that she loved: O Brother Where Art Thou Gladiator Leon: The Professional Where the Heart Is Akira Princess Mononoke Grave of the Fireflies The Patriot Halloween Cast Away Jurassic Park 1 and 2 Star Wars series(though it took me from 1995 to this year to get her to like them) Scorpion King Spider-Man E.T. Three Amigos Young Frankenstein Blazing Saddles Terminator 2 Labyrinth Secret of NIMH Close Encounters of the Third Kind The Goonies Princess Bride What Dreams May Come Willow Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within Forrest Gump Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back Ghostbusters Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas The Crow Adventures of Milo and Otis Metropolis(1927 Fritz Lang one) Spaceballs Twister Transformers the movie GI Joe the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Tonight we're gonna watch AI. Someday I want to get her to see: Alien Aliens Terminator Planet of the Apes(both versions) Lawrence of Arabia The Bridge on the River Kwai Enter the Dragon Ninja Scroll Vampire Hunter D Running Man Tron Abyss Ferris Bueller's Day Off A Time to Kill Dogma Mad Max Robocop Lord of the Rings trilogy Saving Private Ryan Predator Usual Suspects LA Confidential Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Traffic Ben-Hur Braveheart Glory Shawshank Redemption One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Trainspotting A Clockwork Orange Godfather trilogy Back to the Future trilogy Indiana Jones trilogy Perfect Storm She's really getting into movies due to me. She's starting to like widescreen/OAR now because of me too. She's starting to make me proud. She's always quoting movies and acting out scenes she loves in movies. It's great to see.