I'm not familiar enough with John Cusack or John Hughes films from current memory but let's give this a go...
Top 5 John Cusack films
(any film with John Cusack in it)
1. Being John Malkovich - classic
2. Grosse Pointe Blank - feels a bit dated now
3. The Thin Red Line - not seen it in years so my memory is hazy
Top 5 films directed by Stephen Speilberg AFTER 1993
(so no Jaws, original Jurassic Park, no Indy films (NONE exist after 1993), etc.
1. Saving Private Ryan - the beach head scene still stands out
2. Minority Report - underrated IMO
3. War of the Worlds - I mean, a lot of it is bobbins, but the atmosphere it creates is really close to perfect as far as the tripods etc go for me.
4. The Adventures of Tintin - I remember this being actually good
5. A.I - I think better than it initially appears
Bonus worst pick: Ready Player One - really fucking annoying nonsense.
Top 5 John Hughes Films
(any film written or directed by John Hughes)
1. Planes, Trains and Automobiles - still one of the funniest films ever made
2. The Breakfast Club - classic
3. Home Alone - the best stand your ground law propaganda ever made
Top 5 Pixar Films
(Any films under the Pixar label)
1. Toy Story 2 - still the best Pixar film. One of the best films ever made full stop
2. Coco - rapidly became one of my favourites as it reduced me to a blubbering wreck which takes some doing
3. Toy Story 3 - see above, but it's not as good as the previous film
4. The Incredibles - the most "fun" Pixar film from start to finish
5. Ratatouille - almost entirely for the scene of revelation with the critic which gets me every time
Top 5 Zombie Films
(Any film with 'Zombies' in it be they traditional, fast or infected)
1. Dawn of the Dead - still the most relevant, meaningful and exciting "zombie" movie ever made. In fact calling it just a zombie movie does it a disservice.
2. One Cut of the Dead - for... Reasons
3. Train to Busan - the kinetic energy of this and sheer excitement makes films like 28 Days Later look tired and pedestrian.
4. The Return of the Living Dead - one of the most fun horror comedies ever.
5. The Girl With All The Gifts - I was going to put Night of the Living Dead here as it's obviously a better and more important movie, but TGWATG is interesting and underrated I think.