Our readers need to be kept up to date with everything new. But we also need our readers, especially the movie buffs, to have some good old movies to pass the time. Here I am with some of the greatest movies of all time in their respective genres. I’ve already given you an all-time list of animations and martial arts movies. If you haven’t read them I’ll be offering the links below, don’t miss out on the good stuff guys. So let’s get to some other prominent genres such as drama, neo-noir, comedy, romance and more.
Citizen Kane: Drama
Orson Welles directed a movie, Citizen Kane, which is often considered the best of all the drama genre films. This American film premiered in 1914. Orsen not only directed, but also starred in the film. The film is about a mystery behind the last word of a wealthy newspaper publisher, “Rosebud”. I won’t spoil your enjoyment, so try it yourself.
The Silence of the Lambs: Thriller
One of the masterpieces of sensational and psychological horror genres to date, The Silence of the Lambs is the creation of Jonathan Demme. This 1991 film has won five Academy Awards and is followed by several sequels such as dramas and films. Clarice Starling’s story is sure to hype you up for more.
Monty Python and The Holy Grail: Comedy
Terry William and Terry Jones presented to the audience one of the best Arthurian legend-based films. Monty Python and The Holy Grail certainly have a historical point of view, but nothing could be funnier as it is. You can follow King Arthur in his hysterical adventures. Enjoy this 1975 movie with your friends and family.
The Exorcist: Horror
Upon its release in 1973, The Exorcist terrified the audience. William Friedkin’s film faced several controversies because of the scenes. The film had four sequels and all of them shocked the box office. Do you dare to watch them?
I don’t think I should introduce this movie to you. This evergreen movie was written, co-produced and directed by James Cameron. The film will be magnificent with Leonardo Dicaprio’s exceptional performance in the lead with Kate Winslet.
This is an epic created by Stanley Kubrick in 1960. It is an adaptation of Howard Fast’s novel. Spartacus has four Academy Awards and told a historic yet emotional story. Without spoiler, I’ll lead you to this Greek ancient story. Have fun with the movie boys.
The Sound of Music: Musical
One of the most beautiful music films ever made is The Sound of Music. The director-producer of the movie, Robert Wise, really blessed the screens in 1965. I will seriously recommend that you watch it if you haven’t so far. And I know, you will thank me for it.
Aside from all these super hits, I have something else for you guys. As promised, the list of the top 5 animations and martial artists with their best works is here. Enjoy your time with this one until then, I’ll have a lot more for you.
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