Our 25 Favorite Gifts in Movie History

10. Hatori Hanzo sword – Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003)

Okay, so The Bride definitely forced Hatori Hanzo to make her a sword so this is kind of a cheat. In the end though, he did give it to her, and anything that can cut God and look so beautiful doing it is pretty special.

Grail Diary

9. The Grail Diary – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)

Henry Jones didn’t have the best intentions when he sent his son his grail diary, but it was definitely a gift. And it paid off. Not only did the diary lead Indiana Jones to the Holy Grail, it brought his father back to life.

Bilbo Frodo Bag End

8. Bag End – The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

Every gift has a price. And when Bilbo Baggins leaves Bag End, along with all of his possessions, to Frodo Baggins, it set in motion a war unlike Middle Earth had ever seen. On its own, the Ring of Power (which of course, is part of the package) would be a powerful and memorable gift, but add some real estate and dishes into the mix? Perfect. (Galadriel’s gifts to the Hobbits are good, too, but somewhat overshadowed.)

7. Gun rack – Wayne’s World (1992)

Why psycho hose beast Stacey decided to give her ex-boyfriend Wayne a gun rack we’ll never know. What we do know is the exchange is arguably one of the funniest moments in an already hilarious movie. I mean, he didn’t own “A” gun, let alone “many” guns that would necessitate an entire rack.

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6. The T-800 – Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)

I admit this one is a bit of a stretch. Basically John Connor in the future sends himself an outdated T-800 Terminator to 1991 to help protect him. That’s a gift, right? Even if you gave it to yourself? John calls it “my very own Terminator” so I classify it a gift and, really, your own Terminator is pretty much one of the coolest things ever. If only it was lava-proof.

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