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25 Greatest Movies Of All Time

Movies Of All Time


This article contains a list of the 25 greatest movies of all time (in no particular order) that you need to watch:

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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. 

  4. Interstellar (2014)

    Tune in to the epic experience of science-fiction and drama that is directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Matthew McConaughey. 

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. The matrix (1999)

    Featuring Keanu Reeves, this science fiction movie has embraced the hearts of millions across the globe. 

  8. 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.

  9. Inception (2010)

    This Christopher Nolan movie, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, will make you question dreams and reality.

  10. 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. 

  11. 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. 

  12. 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. 

  13. 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.”

  14. Pulp fiction (1994)

    Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is one of the best American crime films and is globally praised for its screenwriting.

  15. Goodfellas (1990)

    This biographical crime drama directed by Martin Scorsese, tells the tale of Henry Hill and his life in the dangerous mob business. 

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. Schindler’s list (1993)

    This historical drama showcases how a German businessman saved the life of thousands of Polish-Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.

  19. Psycho (1960)

    A thrilling physiological horror directed by Alfred Hitchcock that is based on Robert Bloch’s novel “Psycho.”

  20. Pather panchali (1955)

    This Indian (Bengali) film directed by Satyajit Roy has won the hearts of countless movie bugs through several generations. 

  21. The Godfather (1972)

    Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, “The Godfather” is an era-defining film based on the mafia genre.

  22. 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.

  23. 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. 

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

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