20 Masterpieces That Must Be Followed Definitely
We’re with a list of moviegoers. We watched the films that should be watched and watched before they died. So this list contains the movies you shouldn’t die of watching
There are also films that have the title of being the most watched films of the period they published. However, there are also cultured masterpieces.
1. La Vita é Bella (Life Is Beautiful) 1999 – Roberto Benigni
II. In the film which started a few years ago by telling World War II, our protagonist, Guido falls in love with the beautiful
teacher Dora. Then, when all the roughnesses in the lives of the couple with children have disappeared, the war breaks out. When they are taken to a concentration camp because they are Jewish, Guido will tell his son as a game of war camp and war ; If the son completes the game successfully, he will win a real tank as a reward.
II. Life is beautiful, which is one of the films which best adapted the destructive effect of World War II on civilians to the white screen. The film, which brought a great deal of attention to the time the film was screened, attracted the attention of the Academy and won three Academy Awards, Best Foreign Film, Best Actor and Best Soundtrack.
2. Schinler’s List 1993 – Steven Spielberg
The film was adapted from the book of Thomas Keneally by Oskar Schindler. In the factory he built in Poland at the time of World War II, he worked on Jewish workers and thus saved the lives of 1100 Jews. Adapted from a real life story, the film is one of the most important works of the famous director Steven Spielberg and earned him an Oscar. In 1994, the film was nominated for 12 Academy Awards and won seven awards. His film credits include Best Picture, Management, Editing, Art Management, Image, Original
Music and Screenplay Adaptation. 3 hours and 15 minutes while a little intimidated with the time you must watch a movie.
3. The Pianist 2002 – Roman Polanski
Roman Polanski’s three Oscar-winning films II. World War II takes a real drama. The film, adapted from a book of the same name in which the Polish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman recounted his memoirs, focuses on the struggle of the famous pianist to survive the prison camp in the slums of Warsaw, in a time when it is impossible to live in Nazi-occupied Poland. The musician, who lives a miserable life in the suburbs, will fight heroically with other people, even if he is exposed to famine and humiliation. When his day comes and he has a chance to escape, he will take refuge in the ruins of the capital, he will regain his hope with a help that he does not expect.
The film is one of Adrien Brody’s most influential film work, which received Oscar for Best Actor.
4. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas 2008 – Mark Herman
II. It is the film that deals with the 8-year-old child of a German soldier during the World War II and the friendship of a Jewish child in the concentration camp Auschwitz.
Nazi Germany sent Bruno’s father to Poland on duty. Bruno befriends a boy on the other side of the concentration camp’s fence. However, this friendship between the two children will increase the concerns of the German mother, who is suspected of learning the truth of this camp. Bruno and his family’s new homes are adjacent to the Auschwitz collection and destruction camp where one and a half million Jews were killed by the Nazis.
5. The Diary of Anne Frank (Anne Fran’s Memories) 1959 – George Stevens
As a result of the Nazi attack in 1944, the Jews in Amsterdam were gathered and sent to the camps and destroyed in the camps. A group of Jews hide in the attic of a house and don’t go out for two years. While struggling with hunger in this two-year obligatory room imprisonment, there is inevitably controversy. Anna Frank logs in this room. Towards the end of the war, the allies in Normandy, while the fate of the people in the room is unclear lend Directed by George Stevens, the film stars Millie Perkins, Shelley Winters and Joseph Schildkraut.
6. The Book Thief 2013 – Brain Percival
Liesel Meminger, II. During World War I, he became a spiritual daughter in a family in Germany when he was only nine years old. Liesel, a Jewish asylum seeker who lives in his beloved family and homes, who learns to read and loves to read, creates a deep bond with books. For Max and brave Liesel, the only way to get away from all the evil in the world around them is the imagination that books and words offer to both. But Max, who is hiding in his
basement , is always on top of thorns.
7. Bitva za Sevastopol (War for Sevastopol) 2015 – Serhiy Mokrytskyi
II. In the film about the life story of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a woman sniper who fought against the Nazi troops during World War II and killed 309 Nazi soldiers, the film reflects the years of 1916-1974 when the battle of Sevastopol took place. In the biographical story of the young gunner, we watch the time period from 1937 until the year 1957. After the discovery of Lyudmila’s ability to
engage in marksmanship, her training and her success during the war , as well as her love for her, and her warm friendship with her husband, the then American president Rossevelt.
8. Little Boy (Junior) 2014 – Alejandro Monteverde
The love between the father and the son can not be described by the words … II. The film, about the period of World War II, is about what a small child can do to make his father come back from the war alive. During the hot
war period, the people who managed to love themselves and reminded people a little bit of love during the war period. We will watch this tragic war period in the 1940s from the eyes of an 8-year-old child.
Written and directed by Alejandro Monteverde, Kevin James, Emily Watson, and Ted Levine share the lead roles.
9. 12 Angry Men 1957 – Sidney Lumet
American young man is charged with murder for murdering his father. The defendant said that he lost a knife in the room where the murder was found, the defense presented to the young man is weak and there are many witnesses who say they hear what is happening. The jury’s conviction is not surprising: only jury 8 judges from 12 jurors voted for ‘not guilty’. When Davis tries to convince the members of the jury, behind each jury member’s guilty verdict, it will appear that there are different personal reasons, such as xenophobia, over-reliance on the law, a majority, and reckoning with the past.
10. Agora 2009 – Alejandro Amenabar
IV. Towards the end of the 18th century, the Roman Empire was on the brink of collapse, but
Egypt ‘s Alexandria was brightly lit by its lighthouse and its largest library. The library is a symbol of religion as well as culture. The settled pagan culture in their cities is now threatened by Jews and Christians.
A woman who is accused of being. Unfaithful lin and uh sinful ve is lynched by an angry mob before the eyes of society. She was a woman, a mathematician, a astronomer and a philosopher, Hypatia. Agora, which was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009, is a film about the life story of Hypatia, the first intellectual woman in history.
11. The Shawshank Redemption 1994 – Frank Darabont
Andy Dufresne is a young and successful banker. He is facing trial for murdering his wife and wife’s lover, and is sentenced to life in prison. In the Shawsank Prison, beatings, torture,
rape , all kinds of situations are happening, but Andy is still life-bound and optimistic. This attitude affects those around him. Andy makes all prisoners convinced that he can have a free life behind bars, from a hopeful standpoint. Andy will also have a friend who will partner in his efforts: Red.
Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins feature a Stephen King adaptation . The film was nominated for seven Oscar nominations, including the best film nomination.
12. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (Mandela: Long Way to Freedom) 2013 – Justin Chadwick
The film follows chronologically the life of South Africa’s legendary libertarian, Nelson Mandela. As a young law student, he has become one of the leading warriors of democracy in South Africa as a result of his great interest in politics. Although he was brought under control in 1964, he continued his struggle when he was freed after 27 years. He was awarded the
Nobel Peace Prize in 1993. A year later, he becomes the first black president of the country.
Directed by Justin Chadwick and screened by William Nicholson’s screenplay, the film’s lead actor is Idris Elba. The cast includes Naomie Harris, Robert Hobbs and Mark Elderkin.
13. Freedom Writers 2007 – Richard LaGravenese
teacher devoted himself to teaching his students the concept of tolerance, to apply this on themselves first, and to move the word education beyond the school life. Erin, the idealist teacher, has to deal with characters from other worlds. In fact, for these students from different races, the school is a place where they have to be there, just by their age.
Although Erin tries to get close to them by his own methods, his intention leads to even greater reactions. Because students recognize the realities of racial and social suffering that they face in life, they want their teachers to abandon pure idealism. Erin, who managed to communicate with them in time, encourages them to write their own stories and share them with each other. These writings will turn into a tool for students to hold on to life. Oscar-winning actor Hilary Swank’s role is adapted from the real-life story of a teacher named Erin Gruwell.
14. The Great Dictator 1940 – Charlie Chaplin
The poor but well-intentioned Jewish barber is mixed with the dictator Adenoid Hynkel as a result of a day of confusion. As a result of this great confusion, the public speech will change many things about everyone’s life.
The film is the first voice of the great master, as Charlie Chaplin’s ever-deeply irony harshly criticizes fascism and fascist social structure. The film also features five full-length Oscar® nominations, including the best film and male actors.
15. Diarios de Motocicleta (Motorcycle Diary) 2004 – Walter Salles
The young Ernesto “Che” is a biographical film about Guevara and his friend Alberto Granado’s travels to South America in the 1950s. Guevara later became a Marxist revolutionary. The film has yet to deal with young Guevara and does not place much of its direct political views.
Argentina ‘s capital, those who embarks on a motorcycle road from Buenos Aires. After a while the vehicles are broken and young people need to hitchhike. They are now intertwined with the ring again. This will make them aware that Latin America is a very different place than what they think. The suffering of the continent, distorted urbanization, injustices, corruption will change these two young people. The journey full of surprises will change not only these two young men, but the fate of many nations. It is a film that shows how the ideological views of Che Guevara are formed.
16. Django Unchained (Unchained) 2012 – Quentin Tarantino
2 years before the American Civil War, the South region of the film, the slave Django’nin the German consigned bounty hunter. It starts with the crossing of King Schultz. Django comes to an agreement with Schultz, who wants to take over his former master, dead or alive, and promises to bring Brittle brothers to him in the face of his freedom. The task is completed successfully, but the paths of the duo are inseparable. Schultz and Django go after the most wanted criminals of the South. … This will lead them to the notorious vin Candyland ibi farm and the farm owner Calvin Candie “
Quentin Tarantino ‘s long-time Spaghetti Western type project, the Spaghetti Western star plays starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio and starring stars such as Samuel Jackson.
17. 3 Idiots (3 Ahmak) 2009 – Rajkumar Hirani
The film criticizes the education system in a hard and fun way while describing the friendship and life of three friends at the best engineering school in
India . It is the highest box office record of all time (until its own year) in India. The highest box office record, which was previously made by Ghajini, another Aamir Khan film, was broken by this film. The film is the bollywood film that made the highest gross revenue in the overseas market . The leading actors are Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani and Madhavan.
18. Taare Zameen Par (Stars on the Ground / Every Child is Special) 2007 – Aamir Khan
The letters are treated as lazy idiots by the Ishaan area and his family who have problems in perceiving numbers. After learning about the study, she was introduced to boarding school, where she met her art teacher and changed her life and success. Ishaan is unsuccessful in his lessons, is inconsistent in most of his works; As a result of this failure, he becomes introverted and pessimistic and finds happiness and freedom away from people. In spite of his mother’s attention, his father’s rigid attitude has caused Ishaan to experience transgressions in his mental world. He literally changes the life of art teacher Ishaan while he gives up hope for everything.
19. PK 2014 – Rajkumar Hirani
PK is a comedy of thoughts of a stranger in a city. PK asks questions that no one has asked before. These are innocent, childish questions, but the answers are interesting. People who see the innocent eyes of PK review their monotonous lives. PK has loyal friends and friends. Corrects broken hearts, relieves anger. PK’s childlike curiosity is a spiritual journey for itself and millions of people. It is a philosophical film that questions the audience, the environment and life.
The film is a
Bollywood film by Rajkumar Hirani, director of 3 Idiots, with whom Aamir Khan has previously acted . Aamir Khan’s film PK, starring Anushka Sharma and Sanjay Dutt.
20. Slumdog Millionare 2008 – Danny Boyle
Based on the award-winning Indian writer and diplomat Vikas Swarup’s Q and A, the film tells the story of a young man from Dharavi, Mumbai’s poor neighborhood. Jamal is a poor and orphaned but idealistic child. The biggest dream,
IndiaParticipate in the most famous quiz program and win the big money prize. On the eve of the realization of this dream, different events will begin to transform their lives. Jamal has somehow come to the last question of his great reward. The time of the program is full and the last question remains in the program next week. Interestingly successful, this impossible-looking success of Jamal attracts everyone’s attention and the young man is arrested for cheating. The secret of the young man who explains one by one the questions on the night of the inquiry is gradually enlightened. Slumdog Millionaire is one of the most evocative examples of India’s world cinema. The film, which won the Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category, is one of the films that reflects the magical dominance of television on humanity.