It is final, this is the list of the top 5 movies of all time.
Whenever you’re confused about what to watch, or feel that movies are not what they used to be, check out one of the films on this list. The below list is based on the highest rated movies by viewers and critics, therefore, the greatest movies of all time.
The Shawshank Redemption
Banker Andy Dufresne is convicted for the murder of his wife, and is sentenced to two consecutive life sentences. At Shawshank State Penitentiary, Andy becomes friends with ”Red’, a contraband smuggler also serving a life sentence. Andy becomes a target of harassment by gang known as “The Sisters” and finds refuge in stoneworks.
This classic gives you an insider look into the life of the legendary Don Vito Corleone,head of the New York crime family. Starting at his daughter Connie’s wedding, Corleone hears requests from guests when famous Italian-American singer Johnny Fontane asks him to help him secure a role in a Hollywood film. The movie’s director agrees to give Fontane the starring role after being offered a deal he can’t refuse, backed by a severed head of his prized stallion.
A reporter, Jerry Thompson digs into the life of deceased newspaper millionaire Charles Foster Kane. Kane spoke out uttered the word “Rosebud” on his deathbed, and it is Thompson’s mission to find out what it means. After asking friends and family the reporter starts finding out more about Kane’s humble and poor childhood in Colorado.
The Great Dictator
One of Charlie Chaplin’s greatest works, and one of the world’s most loved politically criticizing cinematic works. A Jewish barber saves the life of a wounded soldier after the fall of the Tomainian army, but loses his memory along the way. 20 years later the barber return to the ghetto, only to find that it is run by same soldier he saved, who is a general under the barber’s look-a-like dictator, Adenoid Hynkel.
Always on the list of greatest movie of all time, Schindler’s List follows the German Nazi Party member, Oskar Schindler arrives to the city of Kraków during World War II looking for fortune. He makes a deal with Jewish Itzhak Stern, a local official who has deep contacts within the Jewish ghettos. Stern helps finance Schindler’s factory, while giving Jews status of importance within the camp, saving them from concentration camps. Schindler benefits from the cheap labor, but might be more caring than he shows.