Our 25 Favorite Gifts in Movie History

15. Awesome Mix Vol. 2 – Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Few movies in recent memory use the gift in a better way. Little Peter is given a gift by his mom, literally from her death bed. He waits almost thirty years to open it. When he does, it provides a perfect, emotional moment to cap to this sci-fi action opera.

14. Freedom – Aladdin (1992)

Aladdin has one wish left. He can wish for anything in the world. And he uses that wish to give the Genie his freedom. Really, this is the biggest and most important gift on this list, but it just gets trumped by material objects that (in the worlds of the movies) are cooler.

13. Le Cœur de la Mer – Titanic (1997)

Love or hate Caledon Hockley in James Cameron’s Titanic, but this massive blue diamond is a baller gift. Seriously, how rich are you that you gift your girl a diamond this size? Plus, the diamond is the object that sets the entire film in motion.

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12. Chucky – Child’s Play (1988)

Normally, if you got a doll that was actually living, that would be pretty great. When he’s possessed with the soul of a deranged serial killer, not so much. But Chucky is still one of the most memorable, iconic and, OK, deadly gifts ever given.

11. The Invisibility Cloak – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001)

There are so many gifts given in the Harry Potter franchise it’s ridiculous. There are flying broomsticks, enchanted items, and ugly sweaters. The best one of all is one of the first. In the first film, Harry Potter gets what will end up being one of the three most important objects in the entire wizarding world. It’s also incredibly important in pretty much every single movie. Still, it doesn’t make my top ten.

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