Today, it has been observed that thousands and thousands of movies are being produced all over the world. Even though this is the case, the majority of them are forgettable. It is unlikely that watchers will remember a film that is mediocre.

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TOP 10

Many would surely agree that the moving pictures created from the twentieth century remain untouchable. For people who want to have a movie marathon during their free time at home, it would be best to look at the top 10 best movies that they can consider renting out, buying or even downloading. What are these?

According to most – the best movies of all time 

  • The Godfather

The Godfather

This movie is ranked as the top movie in the list of American cinema. This stars Marlon Brando, James Daan, Al Pacino, and Robert Duvall. This was released in the year 1972. It was Albert S. Ruddy, who produced this. It was then directed by Francis Coppola. The film was mainly based on the era of 1954 to that of 1955. Leading actors portrayed the role of leaders in a certain crime group from NY.

  • Star Wars (Episode IV)

Star Wars (Episode IV)

This episode, entitled A New Hope was shown in the year 1977. It holds a record of sorts in the history of world cinema. This one is considered to be one of a kind for the genre, and it focuses is that of science fiction. The special effects are the ones commended about this movie. At first, the budget of the film is estimated at $11million. Afterwards, it profited $460 million, which includes the earning in the overseas market.

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  • Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind

This is one of the first movies around romantic cinemas. This was released way back 1939. This story was known to be the backdrop of the Civil War in America. The movie stars Leslie Howard, Vivien Leigh, and Clark Gable. The movie garnered lots of awards, including that from the Academy Awards.

  • Casablanca

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This movie came into existence under the direction of Michael Curtiz. This stars Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogard. Like the latter mentioned, this one is also the backdrop of the world war II. It was released in 1942. It comes with three Oscars, which includes that of the Best Picture. It is said to be one of the best movies made in Hollywood. Even the theme song and that of the dialogues become extremely popular.

  • Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List

This movie is set during the World War II in Poland. This goes around a plot involving Oskar Schindler, becoming gradually concerned with his Jewish workplace. This occurred after he witnessed the persecution done by the Nazis. This movie runs for 195 minutes. It was directed by Steven Spielberg.

  • Titanic

Titanic

This movie can be considered a modern classic. It starred Leonardo DiCarpio and Kate Winslet. This movie is about a young aristocrat who expected to be of fixed marriage with a rich claimant. This was the plan of her mother. However, she falls in love with an artist upon her stay on a luxurious RMS, known as Titanic. This is basically the plot of the whole story. The movie is then directed by James Cameron and made DiCarpio and Winslet instant stars.

  • The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music

This movie is directed by Robert Wise and it includes stars such as Julie Andrews, Eleanor Parker, Christopher Plummer and also that of Richard Haydn. The story is about a woman that had to leave the convent in Austria to be a governess. She then serves the children of an officer who is a widower. This movie lasts for 174 minutes.

  • To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird

This movie is based on the novel by Harper Lee, with the same title. The adaption though, was directed by Robert Mulligan. It stars John Megna, Gregory Peck, Rosemary Murphy, and also Frank Overton. It was about Atticus Finch, a lawyer during the Depression-era in the south. He was then set to defend a black man who was charged for rape, following his kind who was then fighting against cases of prejudice.

  • My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

This movie stars Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. This garnered a total of 12 Oscar nominations, and then 8 of them were won. It is about a professor who has to make a flower girl presentable before the high society.

  • The Deer Hunter

The Deer Hunter

This stars Meryl Streep, Christopher Walken and Robert De Niro. It was during the examination of the US Vietnam war ways.

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The above-mentioned are just suggestions. Of course, the younger ones might also name the best movies out right now. However, this list will always be perceived as their own choice of the best movies.

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