This article contains a list of the 25 greatest movies of all time (in no particular order) that you need to watch:
- Leon: the professional (1994)
An action-packed, story-rich movie directed by Luc Besson and stars Jean Reno as an assassin, who helps a young girl with her revenge.
- Parasite (2019)
Directed by Bong Joon-ho, Parasite is essentially a thought-provoking thriller that features the dramatic drift in the life of a lower-class Korean family.
- Spirited away (2001)
This movie’s incredible story, animation and art direction have made it one of the best titles from the house of Studio Ghilbi.
- Interstellar (2014)
Tune in to the epic experience of science-fiction and drama that is directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Matthew McConaughey.
- The truman show (1998)
See how Truman Burbank (played by Jim Carrey) finds a way out of a reality show that encompasses his own life in this iconic psychological satire.
- Silence of the lambs (1991)
Directed by Jonathan Demme, this movie captures the story of how a young FBI agent seeks help from a serial killer in order to capture a new killer.
- The matrix (1999)
Featuring Keanu Reeves, this science fiction movie has embraced the hearts of millions across the globe.
- The dark knight (2008)
This iconic Batman movie has all the ingredients for greatness, including an immersive plot and the geniuses of Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale and Heath Ledger.
- Inception (2010)
This Christopher Nolan movie, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, will make you question dreams and reality.
- Forrest Gump (1994)
Follow the journey of Forrest, played by Tom Hanks, and his encounter with a series of situations that keeps putting him in the limelight.
- The texas chain saw massacre (1974)
If you are into the genres of horror and thriller, then this slasher movie directed by Tobe Hooper will complete your watchlist.
- City lights (1931)
Tune in to the misadventures of “a tramp” and “a blind girl” in this silent rom-com, which stars Charlie Chaplin and Virginia Cherrill.
- Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (2004)
This romantic, sci-fi film, starring Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey, captures a heart-wrenching tale of a broken-up couple after a “memory-erasing procedure.”
- Pulp fiction (1994)
Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is one of the best American crime films and is globally praised for its screenwriting.
- Goodfellas (1990)
This biographical crime drama directed by Martin Scorsese, tells the tale of Henry Hill and his life in the dangerous mob business.
- Cast away (2000)
Starring Tom Hanks, this movie takes you on the journey of what it means to be disconnected and stranded deep on a remote island.
- Fight club (1999)
Directed by David Fincher, this movie covers the genres of action, drama, and thriller and features stars like Brad Pitt and Edward Norton.
- Schindler’s list (1993)
This historical drama showcases how a German businessman saved the life of thousands of Polish-Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.
- Psycho (1960)
A thrilling physiological horror directed by Alfred Hitchcock that is based on Robert Bloch’s novel “Psycho.”
- Pather panchali (1955)
This Indian (Bengali) film directed by Satyajit Roy has won the hearts of countless movie bugs through several generations.
- The Godfather (1972)
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, “The Godfather” is an era-defining film based on the mafia genre.
- The shawshank redemption (1994)
Starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, this movie covers the bonding of two inmates through the years and an epic prison break.
- Titanic (1997)
This romantic drama, directed by James Cameron, merges a historical event with fiction to create one of the most celebrated love stories in cinema history.
- Into the wild (2007)
Based on “Into the Wild” by Jon Krakauer, the movie iteration shows the journey of a young man and his adventures in the Alaskan wilderness.
- Django unchained (2012)
This western-drama-action movie showcases a slave’s journey to rescue his lost wife from the captivity of a plantation owner.
These are the 25 titles that you don’t want to miss out on while creating your “all-time greatest movies” watchlist.