Top 5 best Movies of the century: Must Watch, don’t miss them

  1. In the Mood For Love (2000)

With lovely, enthralling pictures and similarly stunning, soul-puncturing music, the film recounts the mind-boggling story of two basic and naturally excellent people who are gotten together in conditions that eccentric life can posture. The two who experience the dread and draw of beginning to look all starry eyed at all the while, and once enamored, the sheer torment of abandoning it deficient. ‘In The Mood For Love’ is not just a film; it is a romantic poetry.

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  1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Penning a convincing twist on a such a heartbreaking romantic tale with a stroke of shrewd frenzy and a passionate result, the screenwriter, Charlie Kaufman is the real man with the effort of director Michel Gondry. The bewildering, strange epiphany of adoration and catastrophe has never been found in the way and to the level of accomplishment with which this film does. It’s just plain obvious, life and encounter, one of the finest movies of this century

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  1. 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007)

‘4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days’ is an overwhelming story of two friends of their efforts to get an abortion done. Set in the ruthless Ceausescu communist administration of Romania in 1987 where abortion was an extreme crime. Instinctive and uncompromising, the film is as appalling as it is heart-beating. It is one of the must watch movie of the century.

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  1. Mulholland Drive (2001)

A film that is talked about even today, around 15 years after its release ‘Mulholland Drive’, just, offers the best cinematic mystery ever. David Lynch’s best work till date, ‘Mulholland Dr.’ waits, captivates and feels like a sleep-inducing portrayal of an amplified state of mind musical show. It is one of the most profitable movies which got repeated viewership. This is one of its all-time best female performance of star Naomi Watts, ‘Mulholland Dr.’ is really an exceptional movie.

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  1. The Tree of Life (2011)

There are a quintessence and an inclination that you connect with each memory of yours — I am discussing sentimentality. I can’t think of a solitary film that so adequately catches the sentiment sentimentality the way ‘The Tree of Life’ does. Also, that is what is so exceptional about the film — Malick doesn’t simply attempt to catch recollections, however the emotions evoked by the demonstration of memory. It doesn’t simply request that its gathering of people watch, additionally, reflect and feel. At its least difficult, ‘The Tree of Life’ is an account of the trip of getting oneself.

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Published by Mamatha on 18 Jun 2017

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