Monday, July 4, 2022

10 Best Movies in the World

The snacks are ready, you’re in your most comfortable PJs, and the night is still young. The only thing left now is to choose what to put on the TV to commit yourself for the night. Well, here are some of the best movies that brought forth the most amazing cinematic experiences that you can watch and then maybe rewatch. After all, if we’ve learned anything in the past year, staying all cooped up in our homes, it’s that there’s almost nothing better than allowing ourselves to escape into those fictional worlds and get a break. Here are the 10 best movies in the world that you have got to watch.

10 Best Movies in the World

1. The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather (1972)The Godfather is introduced in a sealed virtual universe. That is why we understand and empathize with characters that are evil in essence. Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola’s tale, a genius conjured up to act, inviting us to understand the Mafia under its own terms truly. The multigenerational saga was made a long-lasting artistic touchstone by its innovative cinematography, breathtaking score, and groundbreaking performances by certain actors as Marlon Brando and Al Pacino.

2. Die Hard (1988)

Die Hard (1988)The prototype type for the modern action film, Die Hard, is sleek, sharp, and doesn’t have a single moment of screen time wasted. Die Hard is a brilliant example of what can happen once all the bits of a movie fall seamlessly together. With near perfect acting of actors like Bruce Willies and Alan Rickman, the film clearly has no soft spots or boring scenes. Is “Die Hard” one of the best movies ever produced overall? Probably not. But, undoubtedly, it is one of, if not the best action movie ever created. 

 

 

3. The Rules of the Game (1939)

The Rules of the Game (1939) The Rules of the Game (original French title: La Règle du Jeu) is mystical and enigmatic production, is so basic and so kafkaesque, so demure and so furious, so pure and so deadly that you can’t just watch it; you have to consume it. It is a satirical criticism of corrupted French culture veiled in a comedy of manners where a weekend at a marquis’ country château spills out certain harsh truths about a party of Haute bourgeoisie associates. The movie was subjected to cuts after the unpleasant reaction at its premiere and then recreated in 1959, the version which still astounds its viewers.

4. Sholay (1975)

Sholay (1975)Sholay is an Indian action-adventure movie directed by Ramesh Sippy. It is based loosely around the concepts of Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai & The Magnificent Seven with shades of Once upon a time in the west. It is considered a true cinematic masterpiece. The film has just the right amounts of fun, action, thrill, tears, and emotions by critics. Starring the most iconic of all Bollywood stars, the film features Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar, and Amjad Khan; the movie has also bagged several awards.

 

5. Obaltan (1960)

Obaltan (1960)Obtain (Korean: 오발탄, also known as Aimless Bullet and Stray Bullet) is considered and recognized as the best Korean movie ever made. Directed by Yu Hyun-Mok, the film focuses on the poor, the downtrodden, and the wounded. Obtain is set in post-war Korea; In the brief time between two regimes, foreign service members appear. For Chul-Ho, Yong-Ho (the two protagonists), and the others fighting bravely against the storm surge of their stations and conditions, Obaltan is all the more gripping and haunting. A remarkable story, emotionally charged acting, and one of the finest Korean directors at the helm come together to make Obaltan an outstanding movie that surpasses its Neo-Realism resemblances and becomes something unique and memorable.

6. Carol (2015)

Carol (2015)The book “The Price of Salt,” by Patricia Highsmith, was published in 1952 under a pseudonym, has long been a staple of LGBT studies to depict “the closet” and 1950s conformist America. The book showcases a forbidden love story leading up to an extended “Lolita”-Esque travelogue-criminal-getaway-across-America. In Carol, Director Todd Haynes turns his attention to the 1950s closet’s “unseen” lesbian sub-culture. The textures in Carol are so seductive that the ache to reside in that universe is known.

 

 

7. Coco (2017)

Coco (2017)If you’re in the mood for some animated drama, Coco is one of the top-tier films to watch. Coco tells the story of a young boy named Miguel, inspired by the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, who is mistakenly transported to the Land of the Dead, where he meets his great-grandfather and enlists his help to reverse his family’s music ban. The colorful, beautifully animated movie is a musical delight.

 

 

8. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

2001. A Space Odyssey (1968)The revolutionary masterpiece of Stanley Kubrick in 1968 left the world trembling under its influence, where the filmmaker was brave enough to begin the narrative in the distant era and skipped forward as seamlessly as conceivable to the modern-day, before leaping into the near future. The film ends on an intriguing point where Kubrickian grandiloquent neoclassicism is intertwined into the concept of cosmic death and rebirth.

 

 

9. Titanic (1997)

Titanic (1997)Movies such as this are hard to make at all and almost difficult to do really well. The technical challenges are so overwhelming that when the filmmakers can still put the suspense and history into perspective, it’s a marvel. You will find yourself persuaded by both the tale and the saga. Director James Cameron’s setup of the love story, around which the film revolves, is fairly decent. Still, the payoff — how everyone reacts as the ship sinks — is most brilliantly depicted, as passengers are forced to make impossible choices.

 

10. Gone with the Wind

Gone with the WindGone With the Wind offers a nostalgic view of the Civil War, in which the “Old South” takes Camelot’s position, and the war was waged not really to overthrow the Confederacy and liberate the enslaved but to give her due punishment to Miss Scarlett O’Hara. Yet it will always be a majestic film classic, simply because it tells a good story and tells it beautifully well. The sounds of cannon fire accompany the balls’ familiar melody. Fighting for a better life, reconsidering her values through hardship and misery, gaining self-confidence, and seeking true love is a struggle for a young woman.

 

Conclusion

Special artistic work for storytelling is the cinematography. Some films have the potential to entertain, educate, emotionally move us, and alter our views of life. That’s what some of these movies do to you. Let us know if you’d like to see any other cinematic masterpiece in this list by commenting in the comment section. And check Duniakagyan.com for more such articles.

Nandini Aggarwal
Nandini Aggarwal
Nandini Agarwal is comfortably asocial, a realist, a feminist and a cell-and-molecule combination of ambition, laziness, and dedication. She is a freelance writer and enjoys learning more than anything. Currently, she is a graduate student. She considers herself a passionate person, interested in sciences and arts and everything in between. Writing is her favorite pastime, and exploring various new fields while she does.

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