Here is the list of best Hollywood movies you must watch.
1- The Godfather (1972) by Francis Ford Coppola:
Worship! With The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola signed in 1972 a disastrous ode to the mafia world, carried by a breathtaking cast: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall or Richard S. Castellano.
2- The Wizard of Oz (1939) by Victor Fleming:
Unforgettable Judy Garland … More than a classic of American cinema of the 1930s, this musical by Victor Fleming is today a cultural reference across the Atlantic. Better still, The Wizard of Oz is part of the valuable list of 50 films to see before turning 14 established by the British Film Institute in 2005.
3- Citizen Kane (1941) by Orson Welles:
Orson Welles’ first film as a director, Citizen Kane is a jewel in cinematographic innovation for the time: depth of field, sequence shot, trompe l’oeil … The American Film Institute has dedicated it best movie of all time.
4. The Escapees (1994) by Frank Darabont:
Nominated in no less than seven categories at the Oscars in 1995, The Escapees was nevertheless a commercial failure at the time of its release. However, this moving film by Frank Darabont on the living conditions of prisoners in the United States has since entered the pantheon of cult films, notably appearing among the 100 best films of all time according to the American Film Insitute.
4- Pulp Fiction (1994) by Quentin Tarantino
Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1994, Pulp Fiction is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Clever mix of violence and humor, carried by a high-flying cast (John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson), the film definitely elevates Quentin Tarantino to the rank of genius (yes!)
5- Casablanca (1942) by Michael Curtiz:
Casablanca, or one of the most beautiful love films worn by one of the most legendary couples in cinema: Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. The film will win the Oscar for best film in 1944
6- The Godfather II (1974):
Two years after The Godfather, disastrous tragedy on the mafia world, Francis Ford Coppola delivers the continuation of the adventures of the Corleone family. Don Vito (unforgettable Marlon Brando) having died, his son Michael (Al Pacino) now reigns over the family. Special mention to Robert de Niro, impeccable as a young mafioso.
7- ET (1982) by Steven Spielberg:
“AND home phone!”. If the most emblematic alien of the seventh art can boast of having remained for nearly eleven consecutive years at the head of the world box office (dethroned by Jurassic Park , another Spielberg), the film especially launched the career of Drew Barrymore, very young at the time.
8- 2001, a space odyssey (1968) by Stanley Kubrick:
Light years from Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity, Stanley Kubrick delivers in 1968 a space thriller that is both innovative and bewitching … and also scary. A masterpiece!
9- Schindler’s List (1993) by Steven Spielberg:
Accustomed to the big show, Steven Spielberg delivers with Schindler’s List a sensitive and fair historical drama about the rescue of 1,100 Jews condemned to the extermination camp. The film will win seven Oscars including that of Best Picture.
10- Star Wars (1977) by George Lucas:
Luke Skywalker, Princess Leïa, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Dark Vader … Names that have entered the collective imagination to the point of becoming cult, just like the saga in which they were illustrated : Star Wars ! Thanks WHO? George Lucas of course!
11- Back to the future (1985) by Robert Zemeckis:
“Name Zeus! “Almost 30 years old and Marty McFly has hardly aged a bit … And not only among aficionados of the Robert Zemeckis saga since Back to the Future should soon land on the boards in a musical.
12- Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) by Steven Spielberg:
If Harrison Ford can thank the most famous roped man on the film planet namely Indiana Jones, Spielberg can say thank you to Philippe de Broca. The American filmmaker has by his own admission, indicated that he had “taken a lot of key elements from The Man from Rio”. Result? A film that quickly became a cult saga. Download this movie from ocean of movies.
13- Forrest Gump (1994) by Robert Zemeckis:
“Life is like a box of chocolate … ” If you never know what tomorrow will bring, the fate of Forrest Gump (and hence that of Tom Hanks’ career) has known the best, including six Oscars.
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14- Gone with the Wind (1939) by Victor Fleming:
Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh), Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) or one of the hottest kisses in the seventh art … With eight Oscars!
15- Du silence et des Ombres (1962) by Robert Mulligan:
Adaptation of the novel “Don’t shoot the mockingbird” by Harper Lee, From Silence and Shadows will offer Gregory Peck one of his most striking roles on the big screen, that of Atticus Finch, American lawyer of the 1930s who must defend a black man accused of rape. This character is at the top of the ranking of the 100 greatest film heroes.
16- Apocalypse Now (1979) by Francis Ford Coppola:
An apocalyptic shoot, a cut of more than three years but on arrival, a jewel in the filmography of Francis Ford Coppola, Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1979 and César for best foreign film in 1980.
17- Annie Hall (1977) by Woody Allen:
Woody Allen as an incurably neurotic, obsessed with sex, death and Kafka, who falls in love with Diane Keaton, a lovely young woman who is slightly dizzy.
18- The freedmen (1990) by Martin Scorsese:
The freedmen … Or the quintessential gangster film, wild and shameless, carried by a four-star cast (Joe Pesci, Paul Sorvino, Ray Liotta and Robert De Niro).
19- La vie est belle (1946) by Frank Capra:
A classic for Christmas holidays across the Atlantic! Note that the character of George Bailey, played by James Stewart, was originally to be played by Cary Grant.