World’s Best 5 Films According To User Ratings
Films have become a major part of our lives. Be is any country of the world, movies are an emotion that binds us in a bond no one can put into words. Different people of the world prefer different films, as we all experience. All around the world, films can be classified into the uncountable number of genres.
Some older films are so good that their magic never leaves us, till date. There are very rare films which have this ability to cast an enchantment on us, ever. These are the top rated films from all over the world that you’re bound to enjoy irrespective of what your preferred genre is.
The Shawshank Redemption
The highest rated film of the world, ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ is about two imprisoned men who tend to find solace in each others company. They discover their common traits and inadequacies and eventually find redemption. It is directed by Frank Darabont.
It is based on a novel by Mario Puzo. It is a storyline depicting how the patriarch of a crime dynasty hands over the control to his son, who is reluctant to be the successor to the throne. Wonderfully played by Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, the direction is by Francis Ford Coppola.
The Dark Knight
It is the most successful of all Batman films, till date. It has also won two Oscars. Christopher Nolan has directed so wonderfully the story how Joker emerges mysteriously and creates haywire call around. The Dark Knight has to face the most challenging tests to prove his ability. Applause worthy acting by Christian Bale and Heath Ledger.
12 Angry Men
The film is about how a jury, in order to reestablish justice, forces its colleagues to reconsider all the evidence and ultimately provide a fair judgment. The film got nominated for 3 Oscars. Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb and Martin Balsam have done amazing acting. The direction of Sidney Lumet is commendable.
The film is about an insomniac man, who is fed up of his daily office life. He crosses his path with a devilish soap maker, who lives life on his own terms. They eventually form an underground world of fight club, till the reality hits. Brad Pitt plays the soap maker, while Edward Norton plays the insomniac. The film won 10 awards out of 32 nominations, including one Oscar nomination.