Here are the 10 most beautiful and famous movies of all time. The films that made us dream and that will make other future generations dream who knows how long.
To get to this list we searched for weeks on the net and in specialized newspapers analyzing dozens of rankings from all over the world. We hope we have done a good job! For each film we present a short introduction (free elaborations from www.wikipedia.com), the trailer and the soundtrack.
The Godfather and The Godfather part II (1972 and 1974)
The Godfather is a 1972 film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and James Caan, the first film in the trilogy of the same name signed by the director, inspired by the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo. The film was awarded three Oscars and, together with its entourage, is considered a milestone in the history of cinema. The Godfather was in fact considered the second best US film in history by the American Film Institute, moreover it is in second place in the ranking of the Internet Movie Database.
The Godfather: Part II is a 1974 film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, sequel to The Godfather (1972). In 1990, it was followed by The Godfather – Part III. It was the first sequel in the history of cinema to win the Oscar for Best Picture, a feat that later also succeeded in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003). However, the Godfather saga is the only one in history to have won more than one Academy Award for Best Picture. Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro are the only two actors to have won the Oscar playing the same character, Vito Corleone, respectively as an old man (in the first film, from 1972) and as a young man. Don Vito is therefore the only character in the history of cinema to have won 2 Oscars with 2 different actors. Empire magazine considers it the best movie of all time,
Pulp fiction (1994)
Pulp Fiction is a 1994 film directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Tim Roth. The film relaunched John Travolta, now in the shadows for years, and consecrated the young and already quoted Uma Thurman. You can watch this Film Onlone at fmovies for free. The performances of both earned an Oscar nomination for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. Samuel L. Jackson also received a Best Supporting Actor nomination. The film also won the Palme d’Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival and allowed Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary to obtain the award for best original screenplay at the 1995 Oscars, out of 7 nominations, including in addition to those already mentioned. , those with best film, best director and best editing. The film is the last chapter of Quentin Tarantino’s so-called “pulp trilogy”, preceded by Le iene (1992) and Una vita al massimo (1993). The American Film Institute placed it in 94th place on its list of the 100 Best American Films of All Time  and seventh in the gangster category.
Fourth Estate (1965)
Fourth Estate (Citizen Kane) is a 1941 film written, directed, produced and starring Orson Welles. The director’s first feature film, shot at the age of only 25, is loosely based on the biography of the wood industry and publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst. The film was released in theaters on May 1, 1941. Fourth Estate is considered one of the best films in the history of cinema. The American Film Institute and Sight & Sound film magazine rated it the best American film ever. The film tells the life of the press tycoon Charles Foster Kane (played by Welles himself), unable to love if not “only on his terms”, with the consequence that he creates a void around him and remains only inside his gigantic residence (Xanadu, in the Italian version Candalù), where he dies abandoned by all. Welles, using a sequence of flashbacks (six, including the newsreel), shows the fragments of the tycoon’s life, as if they were the pieces of a giant puzzle (a puzzle that metaphorically appears several times in the film). The viewer is left with the task of reconstructing – in all its complexity – the personality of Charles Foster Kane. But it is a vain effort, since the fragments of Kane’s life do not allow us to understand the intimate essence, except to those who witnessed the only fact – of fundamental importance – that determined Kane’s trauma: the separation from parents, strongly desired by his mother in order to entrust him to the protection of a businessman, in charge of administering his immense inheritance. Kane, a very young heir to a colossal fortune, he was thus torn from his childhood world. As an adult he will conceive of love as a possession, not a gift, and this will inexorably lead him to despair and isolation.