There are different kinds of movies. Some you might forget quickly, like a breeze. But there are also really good ones that can make you see things in a new way. Here are 10 movies that you’ll always remember.
1. Everything Everywhere All At Once
Multi-award winner film “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is highly regarded for a reason. Many have associated its brilliance with its entertainment company, A24, and have regarded it to be one of their favorite movies of all time.
An individual in the thread shared, “I was really not in the mood for going to the cinema and thinking about something else. However, the movie totally sucked me in, and it’s one of the best cinematic experiences I ever had.”
This dystopian science thriller is a 90s movie masterpiece that holds up even after over 2 decades of its showing. It may be a throwback for some, but it’s undeniably an amazing film.
One user in the thread noted, “The swimming scene gets me every time.”
“Dune” is an epic science film based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel and it takes you to the distant future where everything is unfamiliar. Many are excited about the second part of the movie since only part 1 has been released as of writing this article.
Someone shared, “Though I haven’t read the book, I loved it too. Something that really elevated this movie was the background and soundtrack. Gorgeous. I would straight up watch this movie without dialogue just for that.”
4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
This 2004 romantic drama film is a surprisingly unforgettable movie that has been regarded as wonderful and worth watching.
An individual commented, “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind caught me massively off-guard; I was expecting a somewhat quirky romcom, then I realized it’s a Kaufman movie.” It can be confusing, but definitely worth watching.
5. The Batman
Throughout the years, there have been many Batman movies shown, and the 1989 original superhero film that starred Michael Keaton and was directed by Tim Burton is the OG.
One of the commenters said, “The Batman holds up. It’s great to be able to pause to appreciate the Gotham backgrounds. My favorite Gotham so far. “
6. The Gentlemen
The 2019 crime comedy film “The Gentleman” is a revolutionary film that follows the story of London’s marijuana kingpin Mickey Pearson. Many users credited the movie’s brilliance to producer Guy Ritchie and his getting back to doing what he normally does.
Someone shared, “I loved this movie! One of the last ones I caught in theaters before COVID hit. Such a strong cast with good performances.”
7. The Northman
The 2022 historical thriller “The Northman” centers on a Viking prince seeking revenge for his father’s death. Directed by Robert Eggers, the film is set in the 10th century and was able to capture the darkness that dominates human nature when led by betrayal and vengeance set in the vibe of the Scandinavian culture and Norse mythology.
Somebody claimed, “LOVED The Northman. [But I] hated the stupid burping and farting. LOL. It was just so out of place.”
8. Portrait of the Lady on Fire
This 2019 French romantic drama is set in the 18th century and follows the story of a young woman painter and her forbidden romance with an engaged woman. The cinematography is particularly breathtaking, with engaging storytelling. The performances of the actors were also powerful and moving.
One of the commenters described the movie as ridiculously good that he was bawling at the end of it. Another confirmed this and said, “It truly is. Someone on here once said every scene is like a painting. I watched it again after reading their comment. Not only were they right, but I didn’t realize I could love the movie more.”
Directed by Leos Carax, “Annette” is a dramatic musical film that follows the story of a stand-up comedian named Henry, his romance with a famous opera singer, Ann, and their unexpected daughter Annette. Despite the compliments on the visual of the film, many in the thread described the film as pretentious. One of the commenters shared, “I know I’m ranting but it’s just cause I went to college with pretentious rich kids who made bad art and this movie reminded me of them. LOL. Which is why I’m interested to hear other people’s thoughts.”
Another said, “Credits to Adam Driver for making some scenes almost work that absolutely should have never worked by sheer force of will. With literally any other actor, those comedy show scenes would have been unwatchable (they almost were unwatchable anyway).” The only thing you can do is watch it and judge it for yourself.
10. Sorry To Bother You
Last on the list is the 2018 satirical comedy movie “Sorry to Bother You.” Director Boots Riley delivered inventive storytelling littered with sharp and unbothered social commentary with incredible plot twists.
Someone in the post even described the film as “probably the weirdest/greatest curveball in a movie. The underlying metaphors are crazy.
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