Study Hard Binge Hard | What are Harvard Student's Favorite Movies?

Last season we gave you an insider view into the music that Harvard students actually listen to. This summer, we’ll give you a glimpse into what really matters to us – our top movie picks!

For many students, movies are a go-to way to relax when you have a couple of hours of free time – and a topic of intense debate. With that in mind, we’ve embarked on a mission to gather Harvard students’ hottest movie takes. Read below to find out what we’ve been watching:

Q: What’s the Greatest Movie in Existence?
Moses Stewart: Demon Slayer Mugen Train
John Ficek: Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Lydia Park: Train to Busan
Kingston Herbert: Lady Bird
Jessica Shiflett: Interstellar
Jack Silvers: Forrest Gump
Justin Krayer: No Country for Old Men

Q: What is the One Movie You Can Rewatch and Never get Bored of?
Lydia Park: Train to Busan
Jack Silvers: The Devil Wears Prada
Kingston Herbert: The Town
John Ficek: Shaolin Soccer
Moses Stewart: Your Name
Jessica Shiflett: Interstellar/Call Me By Your Name
Justin Krayer: Good Will Hunting

Q: What is the Most Underrated Movie in the World?
John Ficek: Fateful Findings – Neil Breen
Lydia Park: Train to Busan
Kingston Herbert: Good Will Hunting
Moses Stewart: The Dark Knight
Jack Silvers: Ted
Jessica Shiflett: Ponyo
Justin Krayer: Fantastic Mr. Fox

Q: What is the Saddest Movie You’ve Ever Seen?
Jack Silvers: The Fault in Our Stars
Kingston Herbert: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
John Ficek: Inside – Bo Burnham
Moses Stewart: A Silent Voice
Lydia Park: Train to Busan
Jessica Shiflett: Me Before You
Justin Krayer: Call Me by Your Name