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Best 10 Classic Movies Of All Time

Top 10 classic Movies Of All Time
Top 10 Classic Movies Of All Time

There are many movies made in Hollywood but there aren’t many like these Top 10 Classic Movies because they were all ahead of their or if they weren’t they were just so damn good. These movies gave us all an exceptional experience and we all want to see them again and again while there are many more great movies that are not included in the list we are sorry for that but the list is short. So, bear with us the list is not in any order we think they are all great and you should give all of them at least one watch.

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1. Pulp Fiction – 1994

Pulp Fiction - 1994
Pulp Fiction – 1994

This Quentin Tarantino movie takes us in the realm of the underworld, in which the lives of two Los-Angeles mobster, a boxer, a gangster’s wife, and two small-time criminal gets intertwined through a series of incidents. This movie is one of the most famous movies made by Quentin Tarantino and it’s one of the re-watchable movies also it never gets old.

2. Psycho – 1960

Psycho - 1960
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Alfred Hitchcock has made many great movies but this movie can easily be his masterpiece. This psychological horror tells the story of Norman Bates and the guests that stay at the infamous Bates Hotel. After stealing money from his employer Marion disappears, Marion’s sister and her lover try to find her and end up at the Bates Motel where they find Norman Bates.

3. The Matrix – 1999

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This sci-fi movie was way ahead of its time and the audience appreciated it. The movie tells the story of a computer programmer Thomas Anderson who is unknown to the fact that his whole reality is a computer program created by the machines by the system called the Matrix after knowing this Thomas finds out that he has to fight with the machines to get his and everybody’s freedom.

4. Get Out – 2017

Get Out - 2017
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Even though this movie is new but this psychological horror has forever changed its genre because of how its made. It gives you chills of horror at the same time you are laughing your ass off. The story follows Chris an African-American man who goes out to a farmhouse to meet his girlfriend’s parents. They seem normal at first but as the story unravels the dark secrets of his girlfriend’s family come out and he is not prepared to face them. This movie is also available on Netflix

5. Forrest Gump – 1994

Forrest Gump - 1994
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This Oscar-winning movie is maybe not the smartest movie like its leading character but still, it gives us the feeling of hope and happiness. The story follows a low IQ man Forrest Gump who except his low intelligence affects the very history of America and what’s funnier to watch is his complete ignorance to it, Forrest joins the army where he meets his friend Bubba and his lieutenant, Dan Stanley. Forrest is also in love with his childhood friend Jenny who is always far away from him and meets him from time to time.

6. The Lion King – 1994

The Lion King - 1994
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Who says Disney only makes movies for kids this movie touched many hearts worldwide of kids as well as adults. The story revolved around a cub named Simba whose father Mufasa is the Lion King of the Pride Land of Africa but soon he is killed by his Wicked younger brother, Scar after that Simba is forced to leave the Kingdom. This forces him to grow up outside the Pride Land but years after his father’s death Simba realizes that he can’t run from his past forever and he returns home to reclaim his throne.

7. Schindler’s List – 1993

Schindler's List - 1993
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This Steven Spielberg film shows us humanity at it’s worst as well as at it’s best. The story follows a German industrialist, Oskar Schindler who is a member of the Nazi party. He tries to save his Jewish employees after witnessing the persecution of Jews in Poland.

8. Shawshank Redemption – 1994

Shawshank Redemption - 1994
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This amazing movie is based on the novel Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption by Stephen King and he also wrote the screenplay for the movie with the help the Director of the film Frank Darabont. The story revolves around Andy Dufrene who is falsely accused of killing his wife and her lover. He is sentenced to life imprisonment at the Shawshank Penitentiary. He becomes the most unconventional prisoner which creates many problems for him inside the prison.

9. Goodfellas – 1990

Goodfellas - 1990
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This movie is one of the movies ever made it’s created by the great Martin Scorcese. The story follows young Henry Hill and his Tommy and Jimmy as they move up from being petty criminals to the gangsters in the dangerous city of New York.

10. The Godfather – 1972

The Godfather - 1972
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The movie revolves around the head of the New York crime family, Don Vito Corleone who decides to pass on his empire to his youngest son Michael. This decision backfires on him when a series of events goes wrong under Michael’s reign and his whole family is in grave danger and the five crime families are in open war.

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