A list of the greatest films of all time is impossible to make for everyone. In fact, the best list is ever-evolving, and you can’t please everyone with one list. A selection of the most important films from any decade will have blockbusters and arthouse classics, horror flicks and countless other genres. The list will feature everything from Oscar-winning classics to intimate character studies and will cover decades and countries.
Among the best movies of all time, there are several that are considered to be classics. No matter your personal preference, you’re sure to find a favourite among these films. The Godfather series is a classic and has won numerous Oscars, but these movies are even better in the sequel department. While Godfather II is often cited as the best sequel, “Bogus” is a lighthearted look at a scary subject. Both movies are classics, so if you’re looking for a movie to watch this summer, you can’t go wrong.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Lobster” is another film that’s been misinterpreted over the years, but it deserves its place on the list. This film is a social commentary on the deterioration of our world and the misalignment of human expectations. It is a masterpiece of filmmaking, featuring brilliant editing, a compelling plot, and a self-aware protagonist.
Jurassic Park and Finding Nemo are classics in their genres. Spielberg’s mastery of CGI is unmatched. His blend of wonder and horror makes for an unforgettable movie. Laura Dern and Michael Douglas star in the title roles. Good Will Hunting and The Conjuring are also great films.
The Deer Hunter is a novel-inspired emotional juggernaut. With its sprawling scope, ideas, characters, and feelings, this film paved the way for Christopher Walken’s first Oscar win and Robert De Niro’s first million-dollar fee. Meryl Streep, meanwhile, received her first Oscar nomination with this film – and has won 21 of them since then.