Classic movies

There are a lot of movies that are labeled as “classics,” and if you do a search on the internet, you’ll find a lot of long lists of true classics. I’ve compiled a list of toppers that you must see at least once in your life. It will save you a lot of time the next time you want to watch a movie. Grab a bag of popcorn and sit back and relax.

The Silence Of The Lambs is a film directed by Francis Ford Coppola (1991)

Hannibal Lector, who is unfamiliar with him. This classic, based on Thomas Harris’ book, tells the story of a terrifying serial killer. Hannibal’s moniker is ‘Hannibal the Cannibal,’ in case you haven’t seen him yet and want a sneak peak behind the curtain. Exciting!

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Every Quinten Tarantino film is one of my favorites, but Pulp Fiction is one of my favorites. More than 40 honors have been given to pulp fiction, including an Oscar and a Golden Globe. The film covers five stories in a non-chronological manner, and it was influenced by pulp publications from the 1920s to 1950s at the time. Pulp fiction is a must-see for everyone who like violence, strange scenarios, and comedic moments.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Forrest Gump is a bumbling man with a low IQ who relates his life story in this film. He finds himself in the strangest situations without even recognizing it. This picture has a terrific blend of comedy and drama, and it’s well worth seeing.

The Green Mile (1999)

The Green Mile is based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. The story revolves around a prison and a unique inmate named John Coffey. This film is captivating, gorgeous, touching, and tragic all at the same time. When I say I couldn’t hold back my tears, I believe I speak for everyone.

Back To The Future (1985)

The fundamental theme of this masterpiece is time travel. Part I was released in 1985, followed by Parts II and III, completing the science-fiction picture trilogy. Marty Mcfly, a high school student, is seen in Back To The Future with the creator of the time machine, who is referred to as ‘Doc’ in the film. This film is both engrossing and amusing.

The Shining is a horror film written by Stephen King (1980)

This is the oldest and also the last item on the list. The Shining is a gripping thriller based on Stephen King’s book of the same name. The story follows Jack as he travels to a hotel with his wife Wendy and son Danny for his job as a housekeeper. It’s up to him to keep the hotel functioning over the winter, but his isolation from the rest of the world causes him to lose himself gradually. This film keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time, and it is highly recommended.

The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather is a film about a New York mafia family. Don Vito Corleone is the man in power and a complete tyrant. This film is a true classic, and I believe almost everyone has seen or heard of it. Because the plot revolves around avenging a murder, the film is exciting and action-packed. It’s made of stoneware and comes highly recommended.

Shawshank Redemption (1994)

This picture, based on a Stephen King novel, stars Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins and is set in a prison. The film has been nominated for seven Academy Awards, and it is well-deserved. The film depicts how the two main characters gradually become close friends and consider a strategy to break out of prison. Immersive, thrilling, and unexpected.

The Matrix (1999)

The Matrix is a science fiction film about a hacker named Neo who realizes that he lives in a virtual world rather than the actual one. It turns out that artificial intelligence has wiped out practically the entire earth’s population, trapping survivors in a virtual environment known as the matrix. This engrossing picture is rich in Biblical and philosophical concepts, and it totally immerses you in the plot.

American Psycho (2000)

A homicidal film was still lacking from the list of classics. Patrick Bateman, a wealthy banker, appears to have it all together: he is gorgeous, earns a lot of money, and attracts a lot of female attention in American Psycho. This man, however, hides a dark secret. He has a heinous pastime of killing people in a sadistic manner. A strange film that takes you inside the mind of a serial killer.

Casablanca (1942)

This romantic drama film from the United States was released in 1942, during the height of the Second World War. The film is set in Casablanca, Morocco, which functioned as a transit hub for Europeans fleeing the continent at the time. Rick, the lead actor, obtains essential paperwork, but he also runs into his old childhood sweetheart, resulting in a dilemma between duty, love, and money.

Star Wars (1997 – 2019)

Who hasn’t heard about Star Wars? A science fiction/fantasy film featuring some of the most unusual spaceships, planets, and animals. The first trilogy began with the release of the first film in 1977, followed by two additional films, and the first trilogy became a reality. Following that, two additional trilogies and two Star Wars films were released. The plot revolves around a battle between good and evil in which ‘the force’ plays a pivotal role. Star Wars is a must-see for everyone since it combines humor with action, adventure, and excitement. I’m sure you’ve seen Star Wars.

Se7en (1995)

Detective Somerset, portrayed by Morgan Freeman, and his successor David Mills, played by Brat Pitt, star in this thrilling film. To investigate a series of brutal murder cases, the two must work together. The seven deadly sins are the inspiration for the serial killings. This film will have you on the tip of your seat throughout, and the suspense will make you want to stop watching it. This is strongly recommended for individuals who enjoy thrill.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (1995)

The game Jumanji is the subject of this film, which is based on a children’s book. The two protagonists, Alan and Sarah, discover the game and decide to play it. They soon discover that the game is cursed and has magical abilities. The film is enjoyable to watch with the whole family, and if you haven’t watched it yet, Jumanji: The Next Level was released in 2019.

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