Who doesn’t love classics? Everybody does. To watch a film that came years ago and is still a treat to watch. The feeling is impeccable. There are many factors that make a film classic. Be it the characters, actors, story, visuals, aesthetics, or even music of the film. These films just move you in some sense. They impact your life and you accept them in your lives.
Below are some films which are destined to be classics.
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1. Exit Through The Gift Shop (2010)
Banksy is a well-known graffiti artist whose work can be found on walls all around the world. From post-hurricane New Orleans to the Palestinian West Bank separation barrier. To evade prosecution, he guards his anonymity with his life. An eccentric French shop owner turned documentary filmmaker tries to track down and befriend Banksy. Only for the artist to turn the camera back on him. Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Invader, and a slew of other world-famous graffiti artists are seen at work, on walls, and in interviews. Banksy puts it this way: “It’s essentially the story of one man’s quest to capture the unfilmable. And it was a failure.”
2. Whiplash (2014)
Director- Damien Chazelle
Andrew is a first-year student at the Schaffer Conservatory and a drummer. Mr. Fletcher, the school’s senior instructor, chooses him to join his studio band. Fletcher is a stern and demanding taskmaster who accepts and demands nothing short of immaculate performance from his students. His tactics for getting the best out of his students include insulting them, hurling items at them, and building a level of tension so high that even typical people would crack under the strain. Andrew eventually quits because of it, but a chance encounter with Fletcher provides him an opportunity to show what he’s capable of – or to fail terribly.
3. Inside Llweyn Davis (2013)
Director- Coen Brothers
Llewyn Davis, a folk singer, is trying to create a name for himself in the New York City music scene in the early 1960s. He’s typically broke, doesn’t have a place to reside by sleeping on a friend’s couch, and has a hard time securing gigs. His agency doesn’t appear to be pushing his most recent CD, so he’s thinking about going back to his former work as a merchant seaman. Life, on the other hand, appears to be repeating itself for Llewyn.
4. The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013)
Director- Martin Scorsese
Jordan Belfort and his colleague Donny Azoff founded the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont in the early 1990s. Their company rapidly expands, as does their reputation in the trading community and on Wall Street. As their social position rises, so does the number of drugs and alcohol they abuse, as well as the number of falsehoods they tell. They attract attention like no one else, throwing lavish parties for their employees when they score it big on high-stakes trading. Belfort is dubbed “The Wolf Of Wall Street” on the cover of Forbes Magazine as a result of this. He devises new techniques to disguise his tracks and watch his riches rise as the FBI becomes aware of his trading schemes. Belfort eventually devises a method to hide their money in a European bank.
5. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Director- Wes Anderson
The Grand Budapest Hotel presided over by concierge M. Gustave, is a prominent European ski resort in the 1930s. Gustave makes Zero Moustafa, a junior lobby boy, his friend, and protégé. He takes pride in delivering first-class service to the hotel’s visitors, which includes meeting the sexual requirements of the hotel’s many elderly female customers. When one of Gustave’s lovers dies mysteriously, he inherits a valuable painting and becomes the prime suspect in her murder.
6. The Master
Director- Paul Thomas Anderson
After returning from WWII and witnessing many horrors, a charismatic thinker establishes a faith-based organization in order to find meaning in his life. He earns the moniker “The Master.” As the organization grows and gains a fanatical following, his right-hand man, a former drifter, begins to question both the belief system and The Master.
7. Scott Pilgrim vs The World
Director- Edgar Wright
Scott Pilgrim is a member of a band that aims to be successful. He’s dating Knives Chau, a five-year-younger high-school kid, and he’s still reeling from his ex-success girlfriend’s with her own band. Scott has problems breaking up with Knives and tries to woo Ramona Flowers when he falls for her. As if juggling two women wasn’t difficult enough, Ramona also brings with her seven ex-lovers, with whom Scott must fight to the death in order to win Ramona.