What makes a film great? Why do several of them stand the test of time? Meanwhile, others slowly (or rather fast) lose their value? For a few movies, it may be the emotion that the story invokes. There are times that an actor’s performance gets so unforgettable – it catches your attention. A movie may be so visually stunning, so it cannot be forgotten.
We have put together some of the best films of all time. They may be the films you watch because you want to, not because you are told to.
It is among the most visually beautiful films ever made. Even those who complain about movies’ special effects dropped their jaws when watching it for the first time. It pushed advanced cinematic technology into one new age, ushering in stereoscopic 3D’s era. Beneath its beauty, the movie features one cross-species love story as well as one social message.
There are many gangster films out there, yet Scarface may be the most quoted. Cuban immigrant’s story turned Tony Montana – maniacal gangster is gritty to back from the front. The chainsaw scene, to begin with, can give you quivers. Since he gains more power, the greed begins to get the best of him. The guy makes some bad decisions that result in one of the most excellent death scenes in movie history.
In full disclosure’s interest, we have to admit we have never seen The Notebook. Why we know it is a decent film is that every time we tell a woman that we have never seen it, she attempts to convince us to watch it. The premise is about a boy being in love with a girl. Here, they have one budding romance, some conflict. They are together as they’re older.