These must see movies of all time should be added to your list o you don't miss some great movies. Watching movies is a great form of entertainment. To you spend your time the best way possible, be sure you are armed with a list of must see movies. Each of these movies has something for everyone, whether you're in the modd for drama, comedy, or adventure.
"The Shawshank Redemption."
This 1994 crime, drama movie is based on a short story by Stephen King titled "Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption." This must see movie stars Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins who are both in prison and form an unlikely friendship. Set in the 1940s, "The Shawshank Redemption" tells a story of two men–one who is falsley imprisoned but makes the best of his situation and another seasoned prisoner– who outside of the prison walls would more than likely never meet.
A classic, "Casablanca" is a 1942 movie billed as a drama, romance. This must see movie has it all–a great story line, great actors, and terrific acting. "Casablanca" is a timeless tale set at the beginning of World WarII of Rick, played by Humphrey Bogart, who runs a bar in Africa. His costars, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, and Paul Heinreid, play against Bogey to perfection.
"E.T.: The Extra-terrestrial."
"E.T." was made in 1982 but has been watched and loved by audiences of all ages since day one. E.T. is an alien who winds up in a house with some precocious kids played by young stars Drew Barrymore and Henry Thomas. With cleverness, the children help the alien and at the same time, E.T. helps them. Eventually E.T. returns to his home in his spaceship and the children are better for having known him.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark."
In 1981, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" sprang into movie theaters and was an instant hit. This must see movie is a bigger-than life movie is billed as an action, adventure film. Harrison Ford starred at Indiana Jones, an archaelogist who seeks treasure in 1936 South America. He runs into trouble when he sets off a trap that he escapes from. Costars include Karen Allen and Paul Freeman. For a film that never grows stale, you can't do much better than "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
"Gone with the Wind."
Drama, romance, war are the words that describe "Gone with the Wind." This 1939 movie is a timeless classic that will score you points with the ladies. You won't mind watching it either. "Gone with the Wind" is based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell and was the first color feature length film made. Stars of "Gone with the Wind" were Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O' Hara, Clark Gable as Rhett Butler, and Leslie Howard as Ashley. This epic movie was set in the South after the Civil War and during Reconstruction.