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Hollywood Movies That You Should Have Watched By Now (Part-4)

1. American Beauty (1999)

The Sam Mendes directed drama stars Kevin Spacey and follows the protagonist, a sexually frustrated suburban father, who has a mid-life crisis after becoming infatuated with his daughter’s best friend.

Source: screeningfilm.com

2. Mystic River (2003)

Directed by Clint Eastwood, Mystic River is a mystery drama film following childhood friends who shared a series of tragic events, and reunite under strange circumstances.

Source: filmosphere.com

3. The Pianist (2002)

This Rman Polanski film stars Adrien Brody who plays a gifted Pianist and a Polish Jew trying to survive the holocaust. Watch it right away.

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4. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Directed by Roman Polanski, Rosemary’s Baby follows the story of a pregnant woman (Mia Farrow) who’s husband (John Cassavetes) and their satanic neighbours want her baby to be the Antichrist.

Source: cinesthesiac.blogspot.in

5. 12 Angry Men (1957)

Directed by Sidney Lumet, 12 Angry Men is a classic that will keep you riveted right from the beginning.

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6. Gladiator (2000)

The Ridley Scott movie is based on the life of a Roman general turned gladiator (Russell Crowe) and his fight for freedom.

Source: arewenotentertained.com

7. Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind (2004)

The Michel Gondry directed romantic science-fiction comedy-drama film follows the story of a couple who’s memories were clinically erased only to have them reunited.

Source: io9.gizmodo.com

8. Star Wars Series (estd. 1977)

This George Lucas produced saga doesn’t require much explanation. ‘Nuff said.

Source: wccftech.com

9. Forrest Gump (1994)

The movie follows the story of Forrest (Tom Hanks), a low IQ man, and his extraordinary journey through love, war and life.

Source: forrestgump.wikia.com

10. Nil By Mouth (1997)

Gary Oldman’s debut as a writer and director, Nil By Mouth follows the story of family’s life in South East London.

Source: timeout.com

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