1. Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Director- Joe Wright
With the intention of marrying a wealthy man who will be able to support the family, Mrs. Bennet in Georgian England raises her five daughters, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty, and Lydia. Their Hertfordshire home will pass to a distant cousin if Mr. Bennet passes away. As they are not from a wealthy family. The shy and lovely Jane falls in love with the wealthy bachelor Mr. Bingley when he and his best friend Mr. Darcy visit the area to spend the summer at a mansion close to their property. While Elizabeth declares her eternal hatred for Mr. Darcy after finding him to be a haughty and pompous man. A great love story between them begins here.
2. District 9 (2009)
Director- Neill Blomkamp
Aliens first came to Earth thirty years ago, not to conquer or help. But to find safety from their dying planet. Multi-National United, which is indifferent with the aliens’ welfare but will stop at nothing to control their cutting-edge technology. Oversees the aliens who have been kept apart from humans in a region of South Africa named District 9. District 9 is one of the top IMDb favourite movies coming to story plot only location a business field agent can hide when he acquires a mystery virus that starts to change his DNA.
3. Spider-Man™: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
Director(s)- Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman
Miles Morales, a teenager from Brooklyn, is bitten by a radioactive spider in the subway and instantly has enigmatic abilities that cause him to become Spider-Man. He learns quickly after meeting Peter Parker that a lot of people possess the same unique, high-flying abilities. Miles must now use his newly acquired abilities to combat the Kingpin, a monstrous villain with the ability to draw many Spider-Man incarnations into our reality and open portals to alternate realities.
4. What We Do In The Shadows (2014)
Director(s)- Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement
Four nocturnal flatmates, Vladislav, the Lord Byron want tobe; Viago, the frilly dandy; Deacon, the rebellious youth; and Petyr, the ancient blood-sucking devil, invite a documentary team to capture their daily life as they prowl the streets of Wellington, New Zealand. As if adjusting to modern society weren’t challenging enough, the group’s chemistry will be thrown off when the pack transforms Nick, their human prey, into a new vampire.
5. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
Director- Peter Jackson
A long-lost antique ring has been discovered and, in a surprising turn of events, has been given to a young Hobbit named Frodo. Frodo must embark on a perilous journey to the Cracks of Doom after Gandalf learns that the Ring is actually the One Ring of the Dark Lord Sauron. He does not, however, travel alone. In addition to Merry, Pippin, and Samwise, the three Hobbit pals Legolas the elf, Gimli the dwarf, Aragorn, and Boromir also accompany him. The Fellowship of the Ring must traverse mountains, snow, darkness, forests, rivers, and plains while battling evil and peril at every turn. The only chance for the Dark Lord’s rule to cease is for them to succeed in their mission to destroy the One Ring.
Peter Jackson directed The Lord of the Rings, a trilogy of epic fantasy adventure films and it is one of the Top IMDb Favourite Movies.
6. Lady Bird (2017)
Director- Greta Gerwig
The outspoken Catholic high school senior known as “Lady Bird,” Christine McPherson, is virtually on pins and needles to finally leave her hometown of Sacramento, California, to enrol in a prestigious New York City college. But given her mediocre grades and her family’s financial struggles, going to a public university nearby would be more cheaper and safer, especially in light of last year’s horrific 9/11 attack. Finally, Lady Bird needs to figure out how to achieve her goals despite her high school grades, several college applications, developing teen sexuality, and a mother who is a real mother hen.
7. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
Director- Gore Verbinski
Young blacksmith William Turner joins forces with eccentric pirate “Captain” Jack Sparrow to save Elizabeth Swann, his love, who has been mistakenly taken prisoner by the cunning and treacherous Barbossa, a former ally of Jack, in order to make a blood sacrifice in order to break the curse placed upon him and his crew. To get to Tortuga, a port frequented by pirates, Will and Jack commandeer a ship from the Royal Navy. Jack joins his friend Joshamee Gibbs there, and the two set sail to rescue Elizabeth and reclaim the Black Pearl with the help of a buccaneer and “able bodied” crew. Barbossa learns that the sacrifice didn’t require Elizabeth’s blood, but rather someone person’s.
8. Drive (2011)
Director- Nicolas Winding Refn
Driver, a talented Hollywood stuntman, works as a getaway driver for criminals on the side. Despite appearing cold on the outside, he has recently warmed up to a lovely neighbour named Irene and her young son, Benicio. Irene’s husband asks Driver for assistance in a million dollar theft after he is released from prison. Driver risks his life to shield Irene and Benicio from the retaliatory robbers after the job goes horribly wrong.
9. Arrival (2016)
Director- Denis Villeneuve
In twelve different places, aliens have touched down on Earth. At one of the locations, in Montana, language professor Louise Banks joins a US army unit. To facilitate contact with the aliens, it is her responsibility to try to learn their language. She begins to build a record of the aliens’ “language,” which consists of a sequence of drawn symbols, through regular contacts with two of the aliens. Is it more important to view them as allies or enemies? It’s a race against time because other countries that have experienced alien landings are beginning to see them as a threat, and a conflict with the aliens could break out at any time.
10. Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Director- Guy Ritchie
The lithe boxer and debauched investigator Sherlock Holmes and his keenly perceptive sidekick Dr. Watson are able to put their occultist arch-enemy Lord Blackwood to death while a wave of ritualistic killings terrorise late 1800s Victorian London. Evil, however, has no bounds, and when unsettling rumours that the depraved practitioner of the black arts has escaped death begin to spread like wildfire, a strange copycat continues where the slain aristocrat left off. Irene Adler, Sherlock’s fiery former flame with a hidden motive, has now returned to further complicate matters while the ostensibly revived Blackwood continues his reign of terror against the backdrop of widespread superstition.