(via)The best movies are always the ones you’re not looking at because they’re so damn good and so often they’re just that good.
And that’s not to say they’re bad.
That would be the absolute worst.
The best movies never make you feel guilty.
That’s why, as an individual, I would never be disappointed in the movies that I don’t really care about.
In the same way that if you’re going to pick the best movie of all time, I’m not going to care if it’s an absolute masterpiece or a complete bust.
That being said, here are the ten best movies that you absolutely can’t miss.10.
The Godfather II: The Movie (1962)While The Godfather was a masterpiece and one of the most iconic films of all-time, the fact that it was written by John Huston and directed by Errol Morris is just an absolute testament to the quality of the work.
The movie’s story and themes are both very strong and a very personal journey that’s all about the relationship between Joe Pesci and his lover, Mary Magdalene.
You’ll get an intense insight into what it’s like to be the son of a mobster and a prostitute.
It’s an epic story that’s going to stay with you forever.9.
The Mummy (1975)While the first two films in the Mummy series were all pretty forgettable, The Mummy is an absolute gem.
The film is set in Egypt during the Mughal Empire and revolves around the titular mummy, whose life is cut tragically short when she’s discovered by a boy who is a mummy hunter.
The story itself is very intense and takes place in a time when the Mummies rule Egypt and a number of powerful characters including King Tutankhamun and Tutanku have fallen from grace.
The Mummies are a group of ruthless villains who are willing to kill, torture, and murder anyone who dares challenge them.
The result is one of my favorite films of the 80s and I can’t wait to see more of the series.8.
Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)I have to be honest, this one has been the one film that I’ve been dying to see in over a decade.
The original Star Wars trilogy was a total failure and the sequels just weren’t up to scratch.
There were a lot of people that hated the original trilogy and that’s totally understandable.
I mean, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Revenge of the Sith, and Return of the Jedi were all bad movies, but they’re all great films.
The Star Wars franchise was a great way to make a living, but it was so poorly executed that it’s almost impossible to get back into it.
That said, the original Star War trilogy was one of those great films that just so happens to have the most important role in the franchise.
And I’m going to go ahead and say that for me.
It was the best film I’ve ever seen.
The Matrix (1999)When you watch Matrix, you’re probably wondering how it could be that a movie with the title “The Matrix” would be so successful.
Well, the answer is because it’s a great movie.
It is one the most popular and influential science fiction films of its time and it also has a cult following.
The Matrix is a story of how technology, artificial intelligence, and the pursuit of justice were created.
The storyline is one that’s just a delight and is so well-done.
And while it doesn’t hold up in the same light as the Star Wars films, the story of the Matrix is the most influential sci-fi film of all.
It may not be as influential as Star Wars or even The Matrix, but there’s still a ton of great stuff in there.6.
(1968)This film is pretty much a remake of the classic movie that has already become a classic in its own right.
But unlike other films that have been remade in the past, Hail, Caesar, actually stars an American actor who was a little more than two decades younger than the original.
In fact, the character played by Kevin Spacey, played by Robert Redford, was only born on May 2, 1967.
And if you don’t believe me, just go back and watch the original movie again and watch Spacey as Caesar.
You won’t be disappointed.
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)I’m not sure if I can be honest enough to say this one is the best superhero film of the last 30 years.
It really is.
And it’s not just because of the amazing visuals and music that the film is rocking, it’s because the story and character arcs are truly the best that superhero movies have to offer.
And the film was a huge success and was nominated for multiple Academy Awards.
Plus, it has a really great soundtrack that’s easily the best