Movies you should have to watch at least once in your life

Let’s get straight to it. Cinematic experience that must be experienced at least once in your life. Here’s a list of movies everyone should watch at least once in their lives. Citizen Kane Citizen Kane is critically viewed as the best movie ever made. It is a movie about a business tycoon and the story is timeless tale of greed and power. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind One of the smartest love stories you’ll ever watch, it is also mind bending. There’s mind erasure following a breakup and the film won the Best Screenplay at the Oscars. Promising Young Women Behind the pink florals, frills and everything pretty, there’s something less feminine, more vengeful. Promising Young Woman is a dark comedy and a psychological thriller you cannot miss. Mulholand Drive Apart from the famed scene, Mulholland Drive has dreamlike aesthetic, tenuous scenes, you need to be mentally prepared to pay attention. What you might witness can change your perspective about cinema in general. Antichrist Alert: Do not watch this if you are a faint-hearted person. An epic, underrated portrayal of a depressed soul in crave for physical intimacy, black and white death scene and an ending scene that will leave you horrified. Overall, it is an experience. 12 Angry Men A movie shot in one continuous shot is something worth watching right? 12 Angry Men is about a dissenting juror in a murder trial who tries to convince the rest of the jury that the case isn’t as clear as it appears to be. Tokyo Story Tokyo Story is YasujiroOsu’s masterpiece is about an aging couple and the generational gap between them and their daughters. It is a brilliant movie to watch at least once. Dead Poet’s Society This 1989 film starring Robin Williams as the progressive English teacher John Keating in a all-boys boarding school who encourages his students to go against the norms, to dream, to do things against the status quo and living life unapologetically. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Set in the middle of the American Civil War, this movie turns attention of the western cowboys and the landscapes. This movie also made Clint Eastwood as the biggest, baddest movie star we know him as. Jaws Jaws was quite a hype when it was first released. Watch this and you would think twice before stepping into the ocean again. Psycho Alfred Hitchcock’s builds up suspense like no one else and Psycho is undoubtedly one of his best creations. The Godfather There hasn’t been a more perfect movie made, in terms of cast, story, direction and everything about the movie.