6 Classic Films You Must See
It can happen to anyone: you are having fun with your mates, and suddenly one of them makes a reference which everyone else gets, but you are not in on the joke. Why? Because you may know everything about Californication trivia or Dexter code and have no idea about anything concerning classic movies.
However, that is not such a great problem. All you have to do is turn on several must watch movies.
Here are some of them:
King Kong (1933)
Kong is a huge prehistoric ape that captures a young woman and takes her to the top of the Empire State building.
Why you should see it: If you have seen the remake of this film, Kong: Skull Island, then it is likely that you would want to have an idea of the original movie. Besides, is there anyone who does not like monster-captures-the-New-York-City-films?
Pulp Fiction (1994)
This is one of Tarantino’s greatest hits. In this movie, Jules, played by Samuel L. Jackson, and Vincent, played by John Travolta, pretend to be erudite hitmen doing bidding for their boss Marsellus Wallace. While doing it, they face organized crime: the movie also includes threads about Marsellus' seductive wife Mia (Uma Thurman) and a struggling boxer (Bruce Willis).
Why you should see it: This is one of the movies you have to watch because you will be very surprised with the amount of references you have missed over the years not having seen it earlier.
Clockwork Orange (1972)
A young peacebreaker is thrown in a jail and is forced to take part in the government aversion-therapy program. After that, he needs to be "cured" of that treatment.
Why you should see it: This movie is undoubtedly mind-wrecking. However, it will really make you think of the way you look at the world and choose whether to continue living in the same way or take off the rose-colored glasses.
A retired detective, who suffers from acrophobia, is hired to investigate the strange activities of his acquaintance’s wife and becomes dangerously obsessed with her.
Why you should see it: This is a great psychological thriller, which is often called the masterpiece of Alfred Hitchcock.
Citizen Kane (1941)
It all starts when a reporter gets a task to investigate a meaning of the publishing magnate’s last words. As he moves on, the mystery becomes more and more tangled.
Why you should see it: Watching this film should definitely become one of your evening activities, as every third person of the planet calls this picture the best movie ever. However, you might come up with your own opinion on this subject.
The Graduate (1967)
A young boy meets a wonderful older woman and gets seduced by her. Then he falls in love with her daughter. Things get complicated.
Why you should see it: If you do not watch it, you will never be able to appreciate it when someone mentions Mrs. Robinson during a conversation.