Top 10 Movies
Filming a motion picture by producers was done for the first time in 1895. During this Era, the filmmakers did not have any experience and used very simple electronic gadgets and techniques for recording a film.
In the U.S. and Europe, silent movies were becoming very popular from 1911 to 1926. At this time, the filmmakers started to use different sound effects; some used musical tracks too. But there was no use of dialogue yet. One of the most famous and biggest actors of this Era was "Charlie Chaplin".
Between 1955 to 1976, the technological changes in the film industry were getting spread and adopted by the audience. The audience at this time was adopting television as their source of entertainment; because of that, the filmmakers started making content more Mature and Entertaining. The present time film making is completely changed. Technological changes are taking place very rapidly with the increasing requirement of filmmakers. The gadgets are much modernized and easy to use.
People cannot rank a movie based on an individual preference; each movie has its unification, making it different from other movies. Here, we are going to talk about the top 10 movies of different genres.
List of Top 10 Movies
Avatar has been described as one of the best-made movies in the last some decades. It was released in 2009. Avatar is a science fiction film starring actors such as Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Sigourney Weaver in the lead roles. James Cameron was the director of Avatar.
Theme And Story Of The Movie
The writer plotted the movie's story in the 22nd century, where humans are trying to colonize themselves in Pandora. Pandora is shown as a habitable moon of a giant gas in the Alpha Centauri system of stars; the reason for human colonization on this habitable moon is for extracting a precious mineral Unbotanium. But due to the increasing involvement of humans on Pandora, it starts to threaten the local tribe, which is known as 'Navi'.
This movie holds the record of the highest box office collection worldwide ever, with a total gross collection of more than $ 2.47 billion.
2. The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight is a fictional superhero film released in 2008, starring Christian Bale as Batman, a D.C. Comic iconic character, and having Michael Caine as a supporting star. Heath Ledger played the second lead role of the movie as The Joker.
The plot of the movie starts where a gang of thieves plans to rob a bank in 'Gotham City. One of the robbers fights other robbers to get a higher share in the robbed amount and end's up Murdering the other robbers due to the manipulation of Joker (a character in the movie).
After that, only Joker remains alive and tries to escape with the money but at that time Batman tries to stop him. The movie goes on with different circumstances of encounters between Joker and Batman.
3. Avengers Endgame
The movie was released in 2019, inspired by the different characters of Marvel Comics (Iron man, Spider-Man, Thanos, Captain America, and so many other Fictional characters). The movie's story is in continuation of another famous movie of Marvel cinematic "Avengers: Infinity War".
The movie is directed by "Joe Russo and Anthony Russo."
The plot of the movie
After the vanish of half of the human population on earth by Thanos with the help of infinity stones in the "Avengers: Infinity War", Tony Stark, with other superheroes, decides to bring back their loved ones whom they lost due to the devastating activities of Thanos. The remaining members of Avengers decide to time travel in the past for making some changes in history and revert the catastrophe caused by Thanos.
4. 3 Idiots
The movie is inspired by the novel "Five Point Someone", written by the famous Indian writer Chetan Bhagat. It was released in 2009. The director of the movie was Rajkumar Hirani and was Co-written by Abhijit Joshi.
The plot of the story
The story is about three friends Rancho, Farhan, and Raju, who meets in an engineering college. At the starting of the movie, Farhan receives a phone call from his college friend Chatur who tells him about the address of Rancho, one of the common friends of Farhan and Raju. While searching for Rancho, Farhan and Raju go into their flashbacks of college days and, in the end, they find their friend who is a successful scientist and working on his inventions in Ladakh.
5. Slumdog Millionaire
The movie is inspired by the famous book "Q&A", published in 2005. And it was written by Vikas Swarup. The movie version of this novel was released in 2008 named "Slumdog Millionaire" and was directed by Danny Boyle and co-written by Simon Bearfoy.
Plot Of The Story
Jamal Malik, an 18-year-old boy who lives in Mumbai, India, is selected in a reality show named "Kaun Banega Crorepati" and reached the show's final question of rupees 20 million. Still, during the break time, in the final question, Jamal gets tortured by police.
As they suspect him of cheating. During these encounters of Jamal with the police, he goes into a flashback of his life and starts to remember his past and after escaping from the police officer Jamal rejoins the show and attempts the final question about 'the name of the third Musketeer'. He uses the phone as a friend lifeline to call the only number he remembered of his friend Latika.
Still, Latika is not able to help Jamal. Then Jamal decides to answer with luck and wins the huge amount of 20 million and the movie ends up with the oscar-winning song "Jai Ho".
Inception is a Hollywood science fiction movie that was released in 2010. The movie was written and directed by Christopher Nolan.
The plot of the story
Dom Cobb, a famous thief with the unusual ability to enter into people's dreams. He uses his power to know the secret of others. Due to such mischievous activities, he faces many problems and loses many things but gets an opportunity for recovery by working on an impossible mission, and then the movies go with different circumstances.
7. City Lights
It is one of the most iconic silent movies of all time in American Cinemas. The movie was released in 1931. City Lights has Charlie Chaplin as the Actor, Director, Writer, and Producer.
8. The Godfather
The movie's story was inspired by the 1969 novel "The Godfather", which was written by Puzo. The movie's theatrical release was done in 1972, starting Marlon Brando in the lead role and was directed by Francis Ford Cappola. The Co-writer of the movie was Mario Puzo.
The movie has two more sequels-
Titanic is one of the most remarkable movies of the 20th century. The movie was released in 1997, based on the sinking of the RMC Titanic, the biggest sea cruise during 1912. James Cameron was the writer, director, and co-producer of the movie.
It is a biographical movie based on the life of world-famous Indian freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi. Some numerous documentaries and movies focus on Mahatma Gandhi's life, but Gandhi is considered the first to be made and was released in 1982.
Star cast (In Lead roles)
Plot of the movie
The movie's beginning shows the evening prayer day on 30th January 1948, where many people had assembled to admire and praise Gandhi. Suddenly a dreadful situation occurs when one of the visitors, Nathuram Godse, shoots the gun pointing towards the chest of Mahatma Gandhi and he dies by saying the last word 'Hey Ram'. Then, the scene of the Gandhiji funeral is shown with a huge crowd attending it.
After it, the story goes into the flashback showing different parts of Gandhiji's life, like getting thrown from a train in South Africa due to his color complexion.
And simultaneously showing his number of Revolutionary movements for the independence of India. With the voiceover of Gandhiji messages in the background.
These are the top 10 movies of all time from different genres. This list of movies can change on the basis of personal likes or dislikes. But the movies discussed here have been loved by the critics and the audience worldwide.