Well, who on earth detests watching movies. Cinema is the most aesthetic flair of the intellectual minds. It is meant for creation, excellence and innovation. It does not only mean for entertainment but certainly for praising, communicating and educating the masses through solemn message. From the myriad numbers of classics we have few best screenplays of the movies:
1. Good will hunting
The movie is considered to be the best ever performance of Matt Damon. The way his life evolved from a minor janitor in MIT to a confident person with the help of a Psychologist played by Robin Williams is an amazing set up. Also the friendship real life buddies Damon and Ben Affleck share in the movie is its USP. There are many shots which make you go crazy about Damon’s performance especially the ‘Bar scene’ in the movie.
2. Catch me if you can
One word for this movie Outstanding! A real story based on a 19 year old boy (Leonardo Dicpario) who ran away with millions of dollars and was chased by a FBI agent Tom Hanks. The epic role played by Dicaprio with impersonating many people from a doctor to an airline pilot is tremendous to watch. Steven Spielberg’s unparalleled film-making can be undoubtedly seen through this movie. The effortless acting of Dicaprio, Hanks and Christopher Walken made it a real dazzler.
3. Django Unchained
Well, you don’t have to think much for this as Quentin Tarantino it is! Yes, one of the amazing directors in the history of Hollywood. The treasure this movie has is the classic mixture of Jamie Fox, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo Dicaprio. The dreadful violence in the movie and the intensified acting done by all the actors are marvellous. Its ending is as amazing and as terrifying that you would not even imagine.
4. Reservoir dogs
Tarantino’s one of the very first movie that had left many people stunned and stock-still. The film is extremely violent but entirely different from the mainstream crime drama. The movie is full of style and heavy dialogues with perfect pace. Lead actor Harvey Keitel did a fabulous job in the movie. In spite of mixing stories movie does not let down your expectations. It is one of the best adaptations on the Earth.
5. Rear Window
Rear Window is a true classic and a candid piece of uncertainty made by the Master of Suspense in him Alfred Hitchcock. A movie in which an apartment is used to create the whole imagination out of the viewer’s mind and seen them through its virtual camera. With multiple stories it has the power to hold the curiosity of the people. Each and every scene of the movie is epic and beyond our imagination.
6. Schindler’s list
A true masterpiece ever made in the history of mankind. The classic black and white cinematography with an exceptionally well written script made Schindler’s list a miraculous art of cinema. A self-centred turning emotional Nazi business man Oskar Schindler abetted over thousand Jews during the World War II. The movie has a beautiful screenplay with fully realised character of Liam Neesom, Ben Kingsley and Ralph Fiennes. The movie is all about the courage and human spirit.
7. Taxi driver
The prodigious combination of Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese was shown in Taxi Driver. The people who actually want to know what exactly New York used to be during 70s and 80s must watch this movie. It depicts the story of a Taxi driver who is socially detached and slowly goes insane. As the movie runs by De Niro’s performance gets deadly intensify. It has the most controversial ending in the history of cinema. The epic cinematography of the film makes it a worth watch.
8. Back to the Future
It is directed by one of the best directors who put the visuals of the story so strongly that it immediately creates a picture in the viewer’s mind. Robert Zemeckis is a master of visuals, graphics and motions. Back to the Future have a fine combination of all these elements which proved to be a game changer for the whole film industry. The concept of time travel is enormously entertaining in the movie. Christopher Llyod as a mad scientist is fun to watch.
9. Good fellas
Scorsese’s another 90s classic Goodfellas starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta is the story of gangsters who take part in a robbery and kill off everyone else involved in the robbery in order to make their status more powerful as a mob. Every character in the movie looks so realistic and they actually make you believe that how a person grows in a mafia family and gets attached to its trademark. The dialogues are absolutely phenomenal and the most engaging element of the movie.
10. To kill a mocking bird
The movie is remarkably great in terms of its adaptation. The movie through a kid’s perspective is as innocent and sweet as his childhood. A mocking bird signifies the innocent black prisoner who takes his life in a false allegation of rape of a white woman. It is so realistic and mesmerizing. The continuous engaging activities of three children increase your curiosity to the sky high. Each scene of the movie is so authentic and appealing at the same time. Gregory Peck is amazing in his character as always. The performances of three children are so professional and convincing.