1.The Shawshank Redemption:
Released in 1993 Schindler’s List is another must watch classical movie based on a true story set during World War 2 in Poland. The movie follows Oskar Schindler a Czech businessman plans to make a fortune by recruiting Jewish labor cheaply ends up saving more than 1,100 Jews by turning his factory into a Jew refuge during the Holocaust.
A movie about violence and redemption Pulp Fiction is a classic with high quality dialogues. This is an outrageously funny nonlinear movie that revolves around four people: Two hit men (John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson), a boxer (Bruce Willis) and a gangster’s wife (Uma Thurman).
The Godfather is a 1972 crime drama and master piece in film history. Vito Corleone an aging head of a dangerous crime organization wants to give the control of his mafia organizations to his reluctant son Michael but unfortunate events follows then leading to violence and revenge.
5.The Sixth Sense:
After seeing my top four movies you may not have expected this movie here but it is my favorite horror/thriller movie ever that I have watched so many times. The story follows Malcom Crowe an successful child psychologist trying to help a little boy who claims to be seeing ghosts who don’t know they are dead. The ending of the movie takes you by surprise and make you see the movie one more time.