Privacy gives us time to hold on to a lot of activities that we postpone in our day-to-day lives. So it is a better opportunity to catch up on some Evergreen Hollywood Movies To Watch that have always been on your ‘to-watch’ list. These movies are the ones that you claim to watch in a group. Here is the list of Evergreen Hollywood Movies To Watch.
1. The Godfather
Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather released in the year 1972. Stars Marlon Brando and Al Pacino in significant roles. The film follows the Corleone family as the patriarch sees his empire crumble, which is eventually took over by his son. The first movie of the franchise is a must-watch, The Godfather is a part of a trilogy. Here is the link to the movie trailer on YouTube.
2. The Matrix
The Matrix is one of the great space fiction films of all time. Starring Keanu Reeves acts in the lead role, The Wachowskis changes how science fiction and action would be merged in all future movies. It filmed by Wachowskis. The film’s premise that humans are trapped inside a simulate reality, but there are those who escape the Matrix and overcome the machines. And Keanu Reeves joins them in the battle.
This movie has directed by James Cameron in the year 1997. The film is a love story of two young people. It’s the marvel of movie-making that makes this film a must-watch. The movie production design, the practical effects, and other details of the film were so accurately capture on camera that even those who find it a long, will enjoy watching it over and over again.
4. The Shawshank Redemption
The Shawshank Redemption is often regard as one of the most impactful films ever made by Starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman so the film follows Andy (Robbins) and Red (Freeman) as they go through years in prison. They go through their days, weeks and years forms the plot of the film. The bond between the friends and the drawback they face as they hope for a happy ending will surely leave a few tears in our eyes.
The psycho movie is the story of an inn-keeper name Norman Bates who appears to be ordinary but is somehow involved in the murder of a woman who stays at his inn. This 1960 film set a benchmark for crime-thrillers.
6. The Shining
The Shining was loosely based on the story of Stephen King’s novel of the same name so Stanley Kubrick made sure that his film had his signature stamp. The film is shot in the Overlook Hotel and it has closed for the winter with its caretaker Jack Torrance, his wife, and his son Danny as the only residents. The Shining consider one of the best horror films of all time.