The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema

The modern subjects and the characteristically beautiful cinematography of Roger Deakins remain in the mind, but it all comes down to Javier Bardem’s chilling killer, Anton Chigurh, often cited as the most realistic depiction of a psychopath in film history. No Country for OldMenwon four Oscars, including best picture and best supporting actor. Between the boat ride from hell, the mysterious Slugworth (Günter Meisner), a young woman helplessly transforming into a fruit and other dangers, this is a family film that’s scarier than, let’s face it, most ordinary R-rated horror movies. The dry humour is particularly delicious, the masterful performance of Gene Wilder. Mel Stuart’s captivating musical/moral comedy, a modest success in his time, now stands as one of the best live-action family films ever, alongside E.T.

Hustle is both one of the best sports movies and one of the best Adam Sandler movies you’ve ever seen. That’s right, it joins prestigious roster like Field of Dreams and Moneyball and Uncut Gems and Billy Madison. The film tells the story of an NBA scout who believes he has found the next international superstar (played by real-life ดูหนังฟรี NBA player Juancho Hernangómez). Countless NBA characters make cameos, and the movie is an immersive and fun watch. After making a combination of old-school monster movie/slow-burning psychological thriller with his latest film The Lighthouse, director Robert Eggers turned things around and made an epic with The Northman.

In an era of cinematic formulas, Everything Everywhere All at Once is the rare film that serves up something you’ve never seen before… Any list of the greatest romantic comedies of all time that this 1989 Rob Reiner classic doesn’t include is simply incomplete. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal give their most charming cinematic performances as the main characters, a couple who decide to test the theory that men and women can’t be friends without romance getting in the way.

Rick and Ilsa prioritize the greater good and give a human face to the sacrifices made during the war, even those off the battlefield. Casablanca’s messages about seeing things bigger than yourself and doing the right thing will always resonate with the audience. Never miss the chance to see one of the highest highlights in Hollywood history. When the crew encounters a young woman on her final salvage journey, a wild adventure begins that pits them against powerful forces that are trying to steer the future of humanity. Filled with beautiful visual effects sequences, fascinating characters and plenty of comedy, and a memorable robot named Bubs, the film is a quick and fun throwback to classic space adventures with some wonderfully modern twists. The most expensive Indian film ever made at the time of its release, this action-packed three-hour epic offers a fictional account of the adventures of two true revolutionaries in the time before they became famous freedom fighters.

Alexander Skarsgård plays a Viking prince who wants revenge for his murdered father; Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Björk and Willem Dafoe are among the rest of the packed cast. This film is an artistic version of an epic and the violence is INTENSE. But stay for the performances and the pure images of everything; Kidman delivers a knockout and Anya Taylor-Joy has a late monologue that will amaze you.

Many critics of the time also complained that Kim Novak was too rigid, but as a victim of psychological torture that suffocates her emotions to survive, she is truly perfect, just like the rest of the film. Every 10 years, the prestigious British film magazine Sight & Sound brings together hundreds of critics for a list of the best films of all time. In 2012, Citizen Kane was not number 1 for the first time in 50 years; Vertigoclaid your place. It is a genius work and will continue to inspire filmmakers and audiences as long as the medium exists. Hitchcock explored voyeurism throughout his career, but never as directly as in this perfect mystery about a man witnessing a murder while looking out his window.

Jonathan Demme’s classic psychological horror film based on Thomas Harrisstar’s popular book Jodie Fosteras FBI student Clarice Starling. As a serial killer engulfs the Midwest, Starling seeks the help of captured Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter, resulting in a “quid pro quo” tête-à-tête that has become a Hollywood legend. The Silence of the Lambs is one of three films in history to win the “Big Five” Academy Awards (best film, best actor, best actress, best screenplay, best director). The American Film Institute named it the fifth most elliptical film in history on its “100 Years, 100 Thrills” list of the most exciting films in cinema. In her 2003 special, “100 Heroes and Villains,” Clarice Starling was named the sixth greatest fencing heroine of all time; Lecter was named the most unforgettable villain of all time in cinema.