10 Best Must-See Movies Of All Time

Tuesday, March 8 by Shawna Williams

Looking for the 10 best must-see movies of all time? These movies have shown themselves to be all-time favorites of young and old alike. 

  1. "Casablanca" Released in 1942, "Casablanca" is one of the best known and most influential movies of all time. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman are forever immortalized on the silver screen. With infamous lines like "Here's looking at you, kid," this movie is a must-see for everyone.
  2. "Die Hard" "Die Hard" is known as one of the most unconventional Christmas movies. Released in 1988, and starring Bruce Willis, this must-see movie is full of action.
  3. "E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial" "E.T." is a favorite for many people, beginning in childhood. Released in 1982, "E.T." features a lovable alien. This must-see movie is also known for Drew Barrymore's roll as the adorable Gertie.
  4. "The Exorcist" "The Exorcist" has been terrifying people for years. When a girl gets possessed by the devil, her mother enlists help to get her daughter back. "The Exorcist" is also well known or Linda Blair's head spinning all the way around.
  5. "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" is definitely a must-see movie. It's a classic that defines so many of the feelings that high schoolers go through, no matter the generation.
  6. "Groundhog Day" Released in 1993, "Groundhog Day" finds a weatherman reliving the same day over and over again. A classic family-friendly movie, and a must-see!
  7. "Jaws" "Jaws" is certainly a must-see movie. Released in 1975, "Jaws" features a giant great white shark that's terrorizing a small town. The special effects might look cheesy nowadays, but it's still a crowd pleaser.
  8. "Pulp Fiction" "Pulp Fiction" is the epitome of a cult classic. Released in 1994, this must-see can be kind of confusing the first time a person watches it. However, after a few repeated viewings, everything falls into place, and it's an amazing movie.
  9. "The Silence of the Lambs" "The Silence of the Lambs" made Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling famous. Released in 1991, this movie is a must-see for anyone who enjoys psychological thrillers.
  10. "The Wizard of Oz" "The Wizard of Oz" s a classic and a definite must-see movie. Produced in technicolor, "The Wizard of Oz" is full of child-like innocence and wonder.
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