8 Best All Time Classic Movies
There is a totally different delight in watching black and white classics which are regarded as evergreen movies today. These cinematic gems have endeared generations all around the world. Rent or purchase any of these for spending a nice movie evening or afternoon.
Made in 1942, this movie was the first epic war movie which became a runway hit. With the World War II in the backdrop, the movie depicts the evergreen romance between the lead pair. Keep your handkerchiefs on the side for this one is a real tearjerker.
2. Gone With The Wind
Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara from this movie are unarguably the most romantic on screen couple ever seen. This epic romance which won 8 Oscar awards is a must watch for everything from the direction to the acting and execution. It is certainly a treat to watch.
3. Citizen Kane
The legendary director Orson Welles has given his best in this movie which will keep you guessing and nibbling at your nails till the very end. You cannot call yourself a movie buff if you have not had the enriching experience of watching Citizen Kane.
The Golden Era of Hollywood was regarded so, owing to the gems it produced in that time frame. When talking of evergreen movies, you cannot skip the masterpieces of Alfred Hitchcock. Although Psycho is regarded as his finest film to date, Vertigo is also equally entertaining and keeps you at the edge of your seat throughout the movie.
5. Some Like It Hot
The most popular diva of the classic movies whose eternal charm still floors people, Marilyn Monroe has acted her best in this hilarious movie. The naughtiness of Marilyn Monroe and the antics of the two actors playing fleeing musicians will keep you amused all through the film.
6. It's A Wonderful Life
It's a wonderful movie. Truly, this masterpiece of a feel good film shouldn't be missed by anyone for it deals with an issue that we all face at some point in our lives. A must watch for every age, this movie will make you see life in a different light.
7. Modern Times
No classic or vintage movie list is complete without the inclusion of a Charlie Chaplin motion picture. This was his last silent film but with sound effects. Considered to be his best work, it is sure to keep you in splits throughout its run time and impress you with its simplicity.