Movies and TV shows. We watch them so that we can escape reality. They are the mirrors to worlds that could never (but in some cases could) exist. What if movies weren't mirrors? What if they were doors? If they were doors, which cinematic world would be the best place to visit? If such a possibility were real, here are the top five places in movies and TV that I believe everyone should visit, including shows and movies from around the world.
#5 — Neverland (Peter Pan)
Neverland is a world that can actually be accessed from ours, just by following the second star to the right and going straight on till morning. What makes Neverland such a wonderful place is that it has everything that people dream of. There are boys who dream of being Indians; Neverland's where a tribe of them live and will accept new members. There are girls who wish to see mermaids; they can interact with them in Neverland too! And if you love sword-fighting against pirates, then Neverland will always have a daring duel just waiting for you.
Another thing about Neverland is that not only do you never grow up (or age, depending on how you view it), but Neverland also has fairies, which have pixie dust that allows you to fly. With pixie dust, the only other things you need are faith and trust, and you'll be flying across the sky and playing some seriously great pranks on Captain Hook.
#4 — Aincrad (Sword Art Online)
Aincrad is the world of a video game called Sword Art Online (of which, the TV show is named after). While it has been used wrongly in the past, as a good place, it has everything that a fantasy video game could offer: vast lands of rolling hills, villages and large cities, boss fights, and anything else you can think of (except magic, to the surprise of some). But what makes Aincrad such an amazing place, is that you can be anyone you want to be: a tradesman, a warrior, a leader... anything! Such choice lands itself onto the list.
#3 — A Galaxy Far, Far Away (Star Wars)
The Galaxy is filled with many planets and stars, and has technology that is beyond our own (which is ironic since it was "a long time ago"). Not only does it have many different lifeforms to meet, but it also has the force, which means that you could become a jedi (or a sith, depending on your preference). Imagine fighting battle droids or stormtroopers and then having a lightsaber duel with a sith lord... awesome!
#2 — Middle Earth (The Lord of the Rings)
Middle Earth is the world in which the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit take place. It is a vast land of rolling hills and trees, filled with elves and men and dwarves, as well as hobbits. Middle Earth has many different lands: the forests of Mirkwood, Gondor (its capital is shown above), the elvish valley of Rivendell, and a peaceful land of hills and trees known as The Shire. Another thing that makes Middle Earth a great place, is that if you train in weapons and combat, then you can compete with your friends to see who can kill the most orcs. That's sounds very fun if you ask me!
And #1 is...
#1 — The LEGO World (The LEGO Movie)
The LEGO World is a place where you can build anything you want! As a LEGO minifigure, the only limits to what you build are your imagination. If you want to build a fully-functioning race car... BOOM, you have a race car! If you want to build a giant robot that shoots coffee... THERE, you have one! If you want to build a clubhouse with a security system and an elevator, with a giant telescope and transportation tube... then shout "HOORAY," because you can! With such a world of creativity, and the fact that you can fall from infinite heights without dying (I'm talking about you, Emmet), The LEGO World is nothing short of awesome (as is everything)!