Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise” – and its sequels, each made nine years apart – are the most romantic movies ever made.
Alfred Hitchcock was the master of suspense, and “Psycho” is one of his best works.
“GROUNDHOG DAY” (1993)
“Groundhog Day” is a classic not just because it’s horrifyingly good at capturing the repetitive nature of adult life, but because it knows how to shake you out of accepting it.
“THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION” (1994)
“The Shawshank Redemption” was somewhat overlooked upon its release in 1994, but it’s since cemented itself as a universal favorite – and it’s guaranteed to make you cry.
“DIE HARD” (1988)
John McClane (Bruce Willis) is just an off-duty cop trying to save a bunch of hostages from a terrorist named Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) at a Christmas party. Once you view it, you too will be able to weigh in on one of the hottest debates in pop culture:
“PULP FICTION” (1994)
Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” helped change the way audiences thought about cinema, putting dozens of references and genres into a blender and turning it into something effortlessly cool.