Top 10 must watch movies
This is a timeless masterpiece. Anyone who has watched this movie will tell you how good this movie is. The movie based on an ageing Don who loses his grip on his business sees the rising of his son Al Pacino. Who is an army veteran looks after the narcotic business empire his father built. There’s a reason why its rated 9.2 in imdb. A must watch for all the movie buffs out there.
The movie stars Tom Hanks which revolves around a man named Forrest Gump who has IQ of 75. The film differs substantially from Winston Groom’s novel, including Gump’s personality and several events that were depicted. The movie won 6 Oscars and Tom Hanks won an Oscar for his role in the movie too.
It’s a Wonderful Life:
This is a kind of experience movies were invented for. Some movies can be watched an indefinite number of times and this is one of those. Everything about this film is well for lack of better words, Frank Capra is a master of creating films with a message that reinforce strong values. This is a must watch if you love watching classic movies.
An amazing plot with beautiful performances by actors of a different class. This movie is not your ordinary Hollywood flick, It is simple yet has an everlasting message. This movie is probably the best movie that I have seen in my lifetime.
The film which stars Leonardo Di Caprio will keep you to the edge of your seats till the end. Nolan gives you bits and pieces of information and as the movie plays out the viewer begins to put the pieces together and the picture gradually becomes clearer. You have to watch yourself to define how good the movie is.
We’re the Millers:
From all the suspense and thrillers in the list, this comedy genre makes the cut in the list. No matter how many times you watch it you will laugh your asses off every time you watch. There’s no major reason to avoid meeting the Millers, you will love them. The films is based on four low lives who smuggle an enormous quantity of cannabis from Mexico to the United States by motorhome.
It portrays love between the main character how they managed to still be in love after being apart for so many years. The Notebook is all about first love and how you never really get over it. The Notebook establishes Nicholas Sparks as a classic storyteller with a unique insight into the only emotion that really matters.
500 Days of Summer:
This is a film doesn’t talk about soulmate & love of life. It conveys what universally happens when you get mixed signals and finally get rejected by that person. But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth watching it. The best thing about the film is that you can relate most of the scenes it is cute and recognisable.
2001: A Space Odyssey:
2001 is about mankind evolving to a higher form, from ape-man to being of pure energy. The movie and its effects were stunning at the time as a breakthrough in cinema photography. If you love sci-fi then this movie would be on the top of the list.
Fight Club is a 1999 film based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk. This movie has a raw energy that grips you every time you watch it. The dialogues and narration are simply splendid. It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything is one of my favourite dialogue of the movie.