8 Movies You Need To See Before You Die

8 Movies You Need To See Before You Die


Some films are a must-see because of the part
they play in our collective cultural conversation. Watching them unlocks a world of references,
pub trivia answers, metaphors, and dinner party icebreakers. But other films are required viewing because
of what they can teach us about love, hope, despair, faith, family, and even—warm and
fuzzy alert—ourselves. Here are just a few movies you need to see… Before Sunrise Regardless of your own romantic track record,
it behooves you to catch Richard Linklater’s 1995 romantic drama Before Sunrise before
you kick the bucket. It’s perhaps the most accurate depiction of
two young people falling in love in cinematic history. And since it takes place in as close to real-time
as most people would be willing to bear, it affords you the privilege of being swept-up
into the ardor—in beautiful Vienna, Austria, no less. It’s like you’re a fly on the wall of a room
two impossibly charming people have built out of pure conversation, on the first day
of a decades-long relationship. Dear Zachary The 2008 documentary Dear Zachary is one of
the rawest, most heart-wrenching depictions of what it means to be a family ever committed
to film. It’s an emotionally devastating love letter
that also requires you to think critically about the meaning of justice, friendship,
and parenting. Just one thing: make sure you watch it with
someone who has already seen you ugly cry, because tears are almost guaranteed. Groundhog Day Harold Ramis’s 1993 comedy fantasy Groundhog
Day is mandatory viewing not only because it’s widely considered a comedy masterpiece
but also because it’s been adopted, and rightfully so, as a sort of Zen guide to self-improvement. “Ugh…” “What?” The fact that Bill Murray’s spiritual makeover
is thoroughly non-denominational makes the film, and its message, all the more universal. The change comes from within and is ultimately
motivated not by a desire to escape his time-prison but to instead improve himself and improve
the lives of those around him. And it’s funny to boot. How could you go wrong? Spotlight In the same family as “All the President’s
Men” – Spotlight shows the power of investigative journalism and how a free press can take down
the powerful; Spotlight is the film for you. The film, which won the Oscar for Best Picture
in 2016, is a tense, dramatic thriller, even though almost all of the action involves people
talking – debating, discussing, and thinking about what the ultimate meaning and importance
of truth is. “We gotta nail these scumbags. We gotta show people that nobody can get away
with this. Not a priest, or a Cardinal, or a freakin’
Pope!” It’s not always an easy film to watch, but
when you’re done, chances are you’ll want to watch it again. O.J.: Made in America Dedicating almost eight hours of your life
to a 2016 documentary series about the O.J. Simpson trial may sound like a lot to ask,
especially to those who already sat through a lifetime of media coverage about the trial
back in 1995. But O.J.: Made in America is less about the
trial itself and more about celebrity, misogyny, Los Angeles, identity, justice, race, and,
yes, the American Dream, including why that dream is off-limits to large parts of the
population. It’s essential, not just to understanding
the O.J. trial, but to understanding our nation as well. Election Alexander Payne’s 1999 comedy Election is
an almost perfect film about high school, politics, class, and infidelity. Set in Nebraska, the film captures the dreary
midwestern sadness and also takes stereotypical characters, the jock, the trying-to-leave-the-closet
lesbian, and the overachiever and masterfully humanizes them.. And of course, there’s Reese Witherspoon’s
masterful performance as the deceitful Tracy Flick. “I don’t know what you’re referring to, but
maybe if certain older, wiser people hadn’t acted like such little babies and gotten so
mushy, then maybe everything would be OK.” Of course, almost everyone in the film is
also a pretty awful person, but hey. This is high school, after all. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of
Belief If you’ve ever wondered what the big deal
about Scientology is, 2015’s Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief is exactly
the documentary for you. But even if you don’t think you’re interested
in Scientology, the film is a fascinating discourse on blind faith, manipulation, and
the willingness of crowds to follow charismatic leaders, despite all logic and reason. And that’s a message for everyone, no matter
what your religion. Citizen Kane No doubt some of you have avoided watching
1941’s Citizen Kane simply because everyone keeps telling you to see it. But there’s a reason the Orson Welles classic
is considered by many film fans and historians to be the most important, most influential,
and straight up best film of all time. Not only did it innovate all sorts of filmmaking
techniques that are still in use today, it did it in service to a dazzlingly well-told,
thoroughly contemporary story about a rich businessman who uses his money, personal charisma,
and influence over the media to become a powerful politician. “I made no campaign promises, because until
a few weeks ago, I had no hope of being elected.” Some stories – and some movies – are simply
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  1. Pulp fiction

    Stand by me

    Men in black

    The good bad and the ugly

    Matrix

    Gladiator

    Kill bill

    Gangs of newyork

    Mid90s

    Holes

    Fightclub

    Whiplash

    Wolf of wallstreet

    300

    Forest gump

    War dogs

    Enemy at the gates

    Lawrence of Arabia

    Dances with wolves

    The breakfast club

  2. Seriously???, Better die than watching these shit list of movies lol

    My list of movies to see before you die,
    1. Man of steel
    2. Transformers: Revenge of the fallen
    3. X-men first class
    4. I am legend
    5. Hancock
    6. The dark knight rises
    7. Interstellar
    8. Mission impossible : Ghost protocol

  3. Room, Moonlight, Inception, Black Swan, The Exorcist, Fargo, Election, Scream, Psycho, The Silence of the Lambs, All the Presidents men, ET, The Deerhunter, Schindlers List , Boys don’t cry

  4. 🌷greatest acting performances
    Patti Duke… "The Miracle Worker
    Louise Rainer…" The Good Earth
    WillemDafoe.last temptation of Christ
    GeneHackman.. "Enemy of the State
    JohnHurt🎆🎆🎆🎆 "The Elephant man

  5. quite a few classics missing in comment lists:
    Breakfast Club, E.T., Rocky, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Pitch Perfect, Blow, American Gangster, Gladiator, Training Day, Gandhi, Ghostbusters, First Blood, Juno, Slingblade, million dollar baby, Magnolia, Legends of the Fall, Full Metal Jacket, Platoon, Lucky number Sleven, Se7en, Willow, Tootsie, Bladerunner, Apocalypse now, The Martian, Bourne Identity, Pursuit of Happyness, Unbreakable, Invincible, 2001 Space odyssey, Pale Rider, Conan the Barbarian, The Gods must be crazy, Oblivion, Into the wild, Karate Kid, Young Guns, 8 mile, Liar Liar, Bruce Almighty, Legend, Mission Impossible (all), Jerry Maguire, Scarface, Man on the moon, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Rainmaker, Erin Brockovich, As Good as it Gets, Parenthood, Father of the Bride, Heat, Limitless, Predator, Gone Baby Gone, Gone girl, Waynes world, Dead Poets Society, Eyes wide shut, Big Lebowski, Pianist, The Village, The Outsiders, Sound of Music, West Side Story, Bridge on the river kwai, Pieces of April, Dances with wolves, Fargo, Kingpin, Wedding Crashers, Fried Green Tomatoes, Stand by Me, The Lost Boys, Pitch Black, Hero, Castaway, 48 HRS, 25th hour, Apocalypto, Speed, Spartan, The Saint, Minority Report, The Recruit, I am Legend, The talented mr ripley, Life of Pi. Hope there r some here u guys never saw n might like

  6. 1.) Cloud Atlas
    2. or 3.) King Kong 1933
    3. or 2.) Citizen Cane
    4.) Fried Green Tomatoes
    5.) Pulp Fiction
    6.) Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
    7.) Dances with Wolves
    8.) Forrest Gump

  7. 1. Before Sunrise (0:23)
    2. Dear Zachary (0:57)
    3. Groundhog Day (1:22)
    4. Spotlight (2:00)
    5. O.J.: Made in America (2:38)
    6. Election (3:13)
    7. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (3:53)
    8. Citizen Kane (4:20)

  8. Watch before die Real Movies

    1.Orphen
    2.Taken
    3.Silence of the lambs
    4.The Forrest
    5.Kidnap
    6.The Call
    7.Wrong Turn
    8.Resident Evil
    9.Shawshank Redumbtion
    10.Prisoners

  9. Godfather
    Green Miile
    Shawshank Redemption
    Forest Gump
    The Game
    Scarface
    I am Sam
    The Notebook
    Saving Private Ryan
    Blackhawk Down
    Gladiator
    Man on Fire
    Taken
    And John Wick trilogy!!!!!

  10. Rio Bravo
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Drunken Angel
    Rashomon
    The Conformist
    A Man and a Woman
    Gettysburg
    Lawrence of Arabia

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