Movies are one of the most exciting and beautiful art forms ever created. Talking about the film is indeed a never-ending topic. They represent creativity, uniqueness, and passion. Be it a rom-com or a thriller or a crime or a horror genre; a movie has it all to entertain its audience. It is hard to choose the best movie of all time. However, we have got you a good collection of the best films of all time!
Take a look at them!
Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the rings: The two towers.”
Right after Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” and “Star Wars” saga, The Lord of Rings seems to be the other best version of the same series genre.
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
With an IMDb rating of 8.1, Mad Max: Fury Road is a classic movie directed by George Miller while he restructured the “Mad Max.” The film features Tom Hardy and Charlie Thezon’s Furious. The movie revolves around the protagonist and the female lead role escaping themselves from an evil landlord.
The silence of the lambs (1991)
Directed by Jonathan Demme and with an IMDb rating of 8.6, The silence of lambs features Anthony Hopkins engaging in a battle of wits with an FBI agent named Clarice Starling, played by Jodie Foster. The story turns when the agent helps the protagonist track a serial killer, Buffalo Bill. The movie won five academy awards for its excellent work!
Featuring John Wayne as the lead role who played the role of a Ringo kid, Stagecoach gave a breakthrough to him
Little women (2019)
With an IMDb rating of 8.1, Little women are directed by Greta Gerwig, and the movie features Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Emma Watson, and Eliza Scanlen.
On the waterfront (2019)
With an IMDb rating of 8.1, a crime drama shot entirely in the black and white picture on the waterfront. Elia Kazan, starring Marlon Brando, directed the film. What do you think is the reason for you to watch this movie? Well, let us tell you something; the film has won four Golden Globes and eight Oscars!
Annie Hall (1977)
Directed by Woody Allen, Annie Hall is known for its fantastic direction and unconventional style. In just one film of about 93 minutes, the director breaks the fourth wall, time jumps, reads minds, uses animation, incorporates a variety of comedic devices, and whatnot! Diane Keaton has played the lead role, and also her character is popular too!
A. Confidential (1997)
With an IMDb rating of 8.1, L.A. Confidential is directed by Curtis Hanson, while the story is adapted from a novel, which belongs to a crime drama.