Mine would have to be Schindler's List, for several reasons. First and foremost, this movie is about human compassion. It tells the true story of a man who went against his party and saved the lives of thousands of people. The raw human emotion portrayed through the character of Oskar Schindler is captivating, and I still can't watch this movie without tearing up at the end. When Schindler breaks down and starts crying over the many other lives he could have saved, I can't help myself. Liam Neeson is perfection in this role, as are Sir Ben Kingsley and Ralph Fiennes. Fiennes as Amon Goeth is, in my opinion, the best villain in movie history (yes, even better than Heath Ledger as The Joker). Goeth's complete disregard for human life is in direct constrast with Schindler's, and yet we still find a kink in Goeth's armor. He is attracted to a Jewish woman, in spite of his disgust for the Jewish race. Schindler and Goeth are able to coincide, in spite of their differences, and yet, Goeth is still a disgusting, vile monster. This is by far Stephen Spielberg's crowning achievement. Forget E.T., Schindler's List is directoral perfection. And, to top it all off, the montage at the end where the remaining Schindler Jews and the descendants of those who have passed is awe-inspiring. Even though there are no words spoken through the entire 10 minute sequence, I still watch it through until the end. I feel as if I owe it to those people to watch it through to the very end.