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Best Movies of All Time

Best Movies of All Time

By alfred

There are many great movies, but some stand out as the best of all time. Here are my top five picks: The Godfather, Citizen Kane, The Shawshank Redemption, and The Hate U Give. What are yours? If you can’t decide, vote for one! I hope you enjoy! And, remember, there’s no one right answer for best movie of all time. This article is not intended to be a ranking of films, but a list of the best movies of all time.

The Godfather

The Godfather is a classic film, but its enduring power hasn’t faded over time. The film’s cast, atmosphere, and legacy are irreplaceable. It is a classic in every sense of the word, and even cineapathy recognizes its place in movie history. In addition to its lasting appeal, The Godfather has become a cult classic in its own right.

Citizen Kane

While Citizen Kane is one of the most famous films of all time, it also has an oddly vague slogan on its posters: “Citizen Kane is the greatest movie ever made!” The film received awe-inspiring reviews when it first opened in 1941. Critics said it was “close to the most sensational movie ever made in Hollywood.” Since its release in 1941, Citizen Kane has consistently been picked as one of the best films of all time. The film was first ranked as the Greatest Film of All Time by Sight & Sound magazine in 1962 and held that position until 2002 when Vertigo took its place. Since its release in 1941, Citizen Kane has been picked by critics as one of the best movies of all time and has been ranked as the best American film ever.

The Shawshank Redemption

The Shawshank Redemption is a film adaptation of a Stephen King novella. It stars Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins and depicts the bond between two men who spend years in prison. The two men find solace in each other and find ways to maintain their own sense of significance. The movie has a rich history of realism and has many memorable moments. In the 1990s, it was a hot topic among Hollywood stars, but this adaptation of the novel was an unexpected and well-received success.

The Hate U Give

“The Hate U Give” is an incredibly powerful film. Its uplifting message, delivered cautiously, makes the movie a must-see. Directed by George Tillman Jr., the film strikes a beautiful balance between social drama and coming-of-age story. The movie is both uplifting and heartbreaking. In addition, its superb acting makes it a memorable choice for a family-friendly night out.

The Two Towers

The Two Towers is the middle film in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It was made for children, but it still manages to deliver much of the content of the books. It is an order of magnitude better than previous cinematic efforts at fantasy. And the visual effects are stunning. The movie combines the most stunning scenery with breathtakingly terrifying enemy ladders and swooshing camera movements. The best part is that the visual effects are better than the first film.

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap is a Disney classic that is a resounding success. The story follows identical twins Annie and Hallie, who are separated at birth, and reunite at summer camp. At first they do not like each other, but they soon fall in love. They try to teach each other how to behave, but when summer camp ends they switch places. This is a touching and heartwarming film that is both funny and moral.

The Matrix

The Matrix has become a cultural icon, and its sequel, The Resurrections, has done just that. Both movies take the same basic plot, but in The Matrix Resurrections, Neo and Trinity live under their old identities in San Francisco. Although the movies are different, both feature many of the same actors from the original trilogy. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II succeeds Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus, and Jonathan Groff replaces Hugo Weeving as Agent Smith. Also, Priyanka Chopra Jonas plays an older version of Sati than Tanveer K Atwal did in The Matrix Revolutions.


The Thor movie franchise has hundreds of characters, so it’s no surprise that “Ragnarok” has a diverse cast. “Ragnarok” features an alcoholic Valkyrie, voiced by Taika Waititi, and a cast of diverse new characters. But what makes Ragnarok stand out from its predecessors is the comedy, which is both hilarious and heartwarming.