Top 8 Best Movies of all time

Top 8 Best Movies of all time (+ Action, Romance, fiction and Thriller)

Top 8 Best Movies of all time : What makes a movie so amazing to the point it is considered as one of the Top 8 Best Movies of all time ? Why do some pass the test of time while others slowly (or rather quickly) lose their value?

In some films it is the emotion that creates the story. Sometimes an actor’s performance is so unforgettable that it draws our attention. Occasionally a film is so breathtaking that it cannot be forgotten.

I’ve put together a collection of the 30 best films ever made. To warn you in advance, this is not the usual film snob list of black-and-white classics and overseas films to demonstrate my knowledge of classic cinema. These are the films we watch because we want to, not because we are asked to.


8. Avatar (2009)

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Avatar is one of the most beautiful films ever made. Even people who complain about special effects in films dropped their Avatar is one of the most beautiful films ever made.

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This film brought modern film technology into a new era and ushered in the age of stereoscopic 3D. In addition to its beauty, the film offers a cross-species love story and a social message. Avatar is a must for every movie fan.

Best Quote:  Jake Sully –  (Sam Worthington) “I became a Marine for the hardship.. Told myself that I can pass any test a man can pass. – All I ever wanted was a single thing worth fighting for.”


7. The Hurt Locker (2008)

The Hurt Locker (2008)


This is due to the war. What is it good for? Fantastic films. Hurt Locker is an exciting look at the realities of the Iraq war and modern warfare in general. It is not a propaganda film. It doesn’t take sides. It focuses on the decisions of soldiers, especially SFC William James (Jeremy Renner).

Hurt Locker is both a war film and a technically sound thriller. I don’t believe in war, but I think Hurt Locker is the second best war film ever made, showing the good and bad in every soldier.

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Best Quote: SFC James – “You love playing with that. You love playing with all your stuffed animals.

You love your Mommy…your Daddy. You love your pajamas. You love everything, don’t ya? Yea. But you know what, buddy? As you get older… some of the things you love might not seem so special anymore.”


6. The Notebook (2004)

The Notebook (2004)


In the interest of full disclosure, I have to admit that I’ve never seen The Notebook before. The reason I know it’s a great movie is that every time I tell a woman I’ve never seen him, she tries to convince me to watch it.

The basic requirement is that a boy falls in love with a girl. They have a budding romance, some conflicts stand in the way and they end up together when they are older. This film is the bar where many women measure a man.

Best Quote: Noah (Ryan Gosling) says, “I am nothing special; just a common man with common thoughts, and I’ve led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten. But in one respect I have succeeded as gloriously as anyone who’s ever lived: I’ve loved another with all my heart and soul; and to me, this has always been enough.”

5. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)


When the teaser for this film first appeared in theaters, we had all doubts. How in the world could Disney turn a below-average ride into a two-hour epic? Three words: captain. Jack. Sparrow. Johnny Depp’s role as a drunk, clever, and shockingly resourceful captain without a ship made pirates an instant classic. With a rounded cast, beautiful sets, and a brilliant blend of comedy, action, and drama, Curse of The Black Pearl is everything we love about Disney, a rare gem for live action.

Best Quote: Captain Jack Sparrow “Me, I’m dishonest. And a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly. It’s the honest ones you want to watch out for. Because you can never predict when they’re going to do something incredibly… stupid.”

4. Best Movies of all time –  Love & Basketball (2000)

Love & Basketball (2000)


While many love movies are difficult for men to watch, Love & Basketball helps involve men in this “chick flick” genre by incorporating an underlying sports theme. Quincy (Omar Epps) and Monica (Sanaa Lathan) meet as children on the basketball court, and their relationship between hate and love overlaps with their lives when they live their individual dreams of a professional ball.

3. Best Movies of all time – Scarface (1983)

Top 8 Best Movies of all time - Scarface (1983)

There are many gangster films, but Scarface is certainly the most cited. The story of the Cuban immigrant who became crazy gangster Tony Montana is grainy from start to finish. The chainsaw scene at the beginning still gives me quivers.

The more power he gains, the better his greed becomes. He makes some bad decisions that lead to one of the best death scenes in film history.

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Best Quote:  Tony Montana  – “You need people like me so you can point your fuckin’ fingers and say, ‘That’s the bad guy.’ So… what does that make you? Good? You’re not good. – You just know how to hide, how to lie. Me, I don’t have that problem. Me, I always tell the truth. Even when I lie. So say good night to the bad guy!”

The Godfather (1972)


From the sages of Goodfellas to the Sopranos, all the crime dynasties that came to The Godfather are descendants of the Corleones: Francis Ford Coppola’s Magnum Opus is the ultimate patriarch of the mafia genre.

A monumental opening line (“I believe in America”) starts the adaptation of the opera Mario Puzo before Coppola’s epic becomes a frightening dismantling of the American dream.

The history of corruption follows a powerful immigrant family that deals with the paradoxical values of rule and religion. These moral contradictions arise in a legendary baptismal sequence that was excellently processed in parallel to the murder of four rival donors. With countless iconic details – the severed head of a horse, Marlon Brando’s panting voice, Nino Rota’s catchy waltz – the godfather’s authority lives on. – Tomris Laffly

1. Star Wars (1977)


Star Wars (1977)

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Popcorn images were in full swing after George Lucas unveiled his intergalactic western opera, an exhilarating space opera with a lot of Joseph Campbell-style mythology that wiped out Hollywood’s moral complexity in the 1970s.

This postmodern film roast pastiche refers to a virtual curriculum from genre classics, from Metropolis and Triumph of the Will to Kurosawa’s samurai actioners, Flash Gordon series, and World War II thrillers like The Dam Busters. Luke Skywalker’s search for a princess’s rescue immediately increased the B-Film’s bliss to billion dollar franchise sagas. – Stephen Garrett.



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