There is ever man can learn from movies, it is just not about the latest mens fashion trends but the divergent thoughts they stir in minds! There are some epitome movies that you need to see to actually understand the true meaning of life. The situations, incidents and the moments depicted are truly exceptional and momentous. If you still have not seen the movies quickly get them from Netflix or just get a CD.
These are like reference points in your desk, whenever you are looking for answers in life, always teach you men new style!. Some are real life stories, while some are fiction and sci-fi but all of them will leave you thinking about your next moves. Keep them in your library and continue to add as your grow in life.
#5. White God Director: Kornél Mundruczó The movie is all about the humanity’s cruel treatment of others that will one day reflect back, the depiction will register in your mind very strongly.
#4 Zodiac Director: David Fincher A detective story about a hunt for a serial killer, Jake Gyllenhaal is terrific, and the story will often leave in puzzle for long-time. It is one of the underrated movies of all time.
#3. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Director: Steven Spielberg Steven Spielberg’s archetypal movie, which still resonates with children and adults alike, also became one of the top-grossing films of all time. On a scale of 1-10, you will rate it 11. It undoubtedly remains one of the best movies by the director.
#2. Boyhood Director: Richard Linklater This movie might make you cry for reasons you can’t quite articulate, it depicts Mason’s life that is not particularly astonishing, and also there are no major surprises or twists. Instead, everything that happens in a step by step manner— for example, how Mason gradual interest in art and the spirit of boyhood, Linklater, who also wrote the script, does not made the movie a melodramatic, as he emphasizes on the casual flow of life.
#1 Schindler’s List Director: Steven Spielberg One of the most ambitious motion pictures of lifetime, a career-making role for Liam Neeson, he is absolute cool, independent in first half, and responsible and focused in mid, and so down-to-earth by the climax. You will find outstanding performances in supporting roles by Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley. John Williams’s haunting score and Janusz Kaminski’s breathtaking black-and-white cinematography sparkle. The script by Steven Zaillian is just majestic as he manages to take a Holocaust tale and turn it into a story of victory, the story of how much one man can do!