Ben Affleck Movies: 9 Best Ben Affleck Movies

Benjamin Geza Affleck-Boldt was born on 15th August, 1972 in Berkeley, California. As a child artist, he starred in The Voyage of the Mimi (PBS Educational Series) in 1984 and now is a famous American actor and film maker. He won three Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, two BAFTA Awards and two Academy Awards. He is a member of the Democratic Party and co-founder of the Eastern Congo Initiative. He starred in various new age comedy films, disaster drama, romantic comedy, political and psychological thriller and noir biopic. He also established himself as a successful director when he won the Golden Globe and BAFTA for Best Director of Argo in 2012.

Some major Ben Affleck Movies are cited below:

9. Gone Girl (2014)

Ben Affleck Movie Gone Girl
One of the most successful Ben Affleck Movies, this one is a psychological thriller which had its opening in the 52nd New York Film Festival. The story begins as a mystery regarding the events surrounding Nick Dunne (played by Affleck) who became the suspect after his wife Amy (played by Rosamund Pike) suddenly disappeared. It became the highest grosser for Fincher and earned the Critics’ Choice Awards for adapted screenplay by Flynn.

IMDb 8.1 / Release Date: 2014

Trailer / Director: David Fincher

8. Argo (2012)

Ben Affleck Movie Argo
One of the best of all the Ben Affleck Movies is undoubtedly, Argo. It received 7 nominations at the Academy Awards and won 3 for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Film Editing and Best Picture. It also won Best Motion Picture-Drama and Best Director at the Golden Globes from 5 nominations.  It also won Best Editing, Best Director and Best Film at the 37th Hochi film Awards and 66th British Academy Film Awards for Best International Picture. This American historical drama is directly by Ben Affleck shows the journey of a CIA agent who works undercover of a Hollywood producer who is choosing a locale for his sci-fi film. It shows how he launched an operation to rescue during U.S. hostage crisis in Iran (Tehran) in 1979.

IMDb 7.7 / Release Date: 2012

Trailer / Director: Ben Affleck

7. Gone Baby Gone (2007)

Ben Affleck Movie Gone Baby Gone
One of the well-received Ben Affleck Moviesby the critics, this movie earned Amy Ryan a nomination for Academy Awards as the Best Supporting Actress. This film was directed by Ben Affleck himself and it was made on a budget of $19 million but it garnered $34.6 million worldwide. Affleck was called as the Breakthrough Filmmaker of the Year for directing this neo-noir mystery drama film where he co-wrote the screenplay with Aaron Stockard and this movie is based on Dennis Lehane’s novel Gone, Baby, Gone. It shows the journey of two private detectives trying to find out a girl who got kidnapped from Dorchester. This movie also stars Amy Ryan, Morgan Freeman and Ed Harris.

IMDb 7.7 / Release Date: 2007

Trailer / Director: Ben Affleck

6. Hollywoodland (2006)

Ben Affleck Movie Hollywoodland
Television director Allen Coulter did his directorial debut with movies through Hollywoodland. It is an American period mystery film that revolved around various situations regarding the death of George Reeves (played by Ben Affleck) who was an actor and a star of the television series named ‘Adventures of Superman’ in the 1950s. A private detective (played by Adrian Brody) investigates Tony Mannix (played by Diane Lane) who is the wife of Eddie Mannix (played by Bob Hoskins), executive of MGM studio but she had a long term relationship with Reeves. Though, Reeves ended the affair and got engaged to Leonore Lemmon (played by Robin Tunney), a young aspiring actress still the investigator finds something fishy about Eddie Mannix. Ben Affleck won the Best Supporting Actor in Venice Film Festival, Saturn Awards and Hollywood Film Awards.

IMDb 6.5 / Release Date: 2006

Trailer / Director: Allen Coulter

5. The Sum of All Fears (2002)

Ben Affleck Movie The Sum of All Fears
This genre of Ben Affleck Movies is that of a spy thriller based on Tom Clancy’s novel. Directed by Phil Alden Robinson, the film is based on an Austrian Neo-Nazi who wanted to establish a fascist super-state in Europe by creating a nuclear rift between US and Russia. The Neo-Nazi scientists destroyed Baltimore by a secret nuclear weapon and attacked an US aircraft carrier. These pushed the superpowers to headlock each other through nuclear wars. Ben Affleck played the role of a CIA agent who realised that the Baltimore bomb was not a Russian one, rather bought from black market. It deals with how Ben Affleck tries to stop the nuclear war from happening. The film received mixed reviews from the critics, but made on a budget of $68 million, it earned $118 million worldwide. It was considered as an immense financial success going by the box office records.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 1985

Trailer / Director: Phil Alden Robinson

4. Pearl Harbor (2001)

Ben Affleck Movie Pearl Harbor
One of the most talked about film among all the Ben Affleck Movies was Pearl Harbor. It was nominated as the ‘worst picture’ for Golden Raspberry Awards, but it won the Best Editing Academy Award including four nominations in it. The film is directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and is loosely based on the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor and Doolittle Raid. The American romantic ‘period war drama’ film was a huge hit for the box office earning $450 million worldwide and $59 million in the opening weekend.

IMDb 6.1 / Release Date: 2001

Trailer / Director: Michael Bay

3. Forces of Nature (1999)

Ben Affleck Movie Forces of Nature
This is an American romantic comedy starring Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock in the lead roles. It shows the journey of an anxious flyer who meets a free-spirited co passenger and thinks if he is taking the right decision by getting married to the love of his life. He has a nerve wrecking journey with his co-passenger but falls in love with her free-spiritedness. Yet, he marries the love of his life in the end while the co-passenger goes on to find her lost son. The movie garnered mixed reviews from the critics.

IMDb 5.4 / Release Date: 1999

Trailer / Director: Bronwen Hughes

2. Armageddon (1998)

Ben Affleck Movie Armageddon
Directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, this movie had a super successful run at the box office despite garnering negative reviews from the critics. It became the highest grosser of 1998, worldwide. This is a sci-fi disaster from the Ben Affleck Movies’ series which had an ensemble cast and showed how NASA sent the blue-collar deep core drillers to stop the collision of a giant asteroid with the Earth. The famous song ‘Aerosmith’ from this movie won few accolades.

IMDb 6.7 / Release Date: 1998

Trailer / Director: Michael Bay

1. Good Will Hunting (1997)

Ben Affleck Movie Good Will Hunting
One of the early Ben Affleck Movies, which was written by Ben Affleck along with his childhood friend Matt Damon, this film is an American drama which shows the life of a 20 year old labour named Will Hunting from South Boston. Will became the client of a therapist in spite of being a genius and studied advanced mathematics with a renowned professor. During his therapeutic session, he re-evaluated his relationships with his friends, girlfriend and himself while confronting his past and embarking on the future. This film’s budget was $10 million but it garnered US$225 million worldwide and was nominated for 9 Academy Awards among which, it won 2 for Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor.

IMDb 6.6 / Release Date: 1997

Trailer / Director: Gus Van Sant

This list represents some of the best Ben Affleck movies which have become hugely popular for many audiences across the globe.


Barbie Movies

Mattel’s Barbie
Ever since the 1990s, every child has spent many days of their lives eagerly sitting in their living rooms, shifting their eyes to the television screen every hour with the hopes of at least one instalment in the Barbie movies being broadcasted on some cable platforms like Nickelodeon. On the off chance their wish was fulfilled once a week, the sound of Barbie was all that rang through the walls of the house until the cycle started again. When Mattel decided to introduce a CGI portrayal of their doll Barbie as a coping mechanism to boost the popularity of chaste Barbie toys against the growing popularity of sexualised Bratz dolls, little did theyknow that their series of Barbie movies would gain so much popularity that it would last over the millennium and span across 4 seasons, without a second passing by without the mention of Barbara Millicent Roberts among the world of adults and youngsters alike.

Barbie Movies Movies List

9. Barbie: Spy Squad (2016)

Barbie Movie Barbie: Spy Squad
Barbie: Spy Squad marked the beginning of the third season of Barbie movies which replaced Kelly Sheridan with Erica Lindbeck as the new voice artist of Barbie. This movie, released in 2016 portrayed Barbie as herself, who joins hands with her best friends Renee and Teresa to enrol into a secret spy agency and transform into secret agents burdened with the task of capturing a jewel thief before all the jewels are stolen, thereby risking the creation of a dangerous weapon.

IMDb 5.7 / Release Date: 2016

Trailer / Director: Michael Goguen, Conrad Helten

8. Barbie and the Secret Door (2014)

Barbie Movie Barbie and the Secret Door
Barbie and the Secret Door is one of the unique Barbie movies which is set in the present date and tells the story of introverted Princess Alexa who finds herself stepping into a mysterious world of fairies and mermaids while reading a storybook given by her grandmother. While in the other realm, Princess Alexa works with fellow fairy Nori, and a mermaid named Romy, both of the girls having their wings and tails stripped away by the spoiled Princess Malucia, who has taken over the kingdom in the absence of her parents.

IMDb 5.9 / Release Date: 2014

Trailer / Director: Karen J. Lloyd

7. Barbie: Princess Charm School (2011)

Barbie Movie Barbie: Princess Charm School
Barbie: Princess Charm School was one of the first Barbie movies to ever be released as part of its third seasonal run from 2010 to 2015. This 2011 movie revolves around the life of Blair Willows, a young waitress at the nearby café, whose life turns upside down as she finds herself winning the lottery of one of the high-class school for princesses and thus, becoming a student at the Princess Charm School. Things take an even greater swerve for Blair whose ancestry reveals her to be entitled to a legacy which was far greater than a middle-class citizen of Gardania.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 2011

Trailer / Director: Ezekiel Norton

6. Barbie and the Diamond Castle (2008)

Barbie Movie Barbie and the Diamond Castle
In 2008, Barbie and the Diamond Castle was released to the public which quickly became one of the most popular Barbie movies ever. Barbie and the Diamond Castle stars Barbie as Liana, and her best friend Teresa as Alexa, and tells the story of two best friends whose lives are entirely reconfigured when they accidentally awaken Melody – a muse from the mythical Diamond Castle who had been trapped inside a mirror while trying to run away from the antagonist of the story, Lydia.

IMDb 6.3 / Release Date: 2008

Trailer / Director: Gino Nichele

5. Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses (2006)

Barbie Movie Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses
The 2006 release of Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses marks yet another film in the second season of Barbie movies which is based on the story written by the Brothers Grimm of the same name. This movie stars Barbie in the role of Princess Genevieve – the seventh of the 12 princesses of the kingdom which is being ruled by their father the King, who is under the influence of the evil Duchess Rowena. It is only after that the princesses discover a magical world with wish-granting flowers which can only be reached by the 12 of them, that they find out that the Duchess is slowly poisoning the king in the name of providing him with medicine.

IMDb 6.7 / Release Date: 2006

Trailer / Director: Greg Richardson

4. Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper (2004)

Barbie Movie Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper
Based on the classic tale by Mark Twain, Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper is the fourth instalment released in the Barbie movies, and features Barbie’s character as two identical twins – Anneliese, the Princess, and Erika, the seamstress, whose lives become entangled after Anneliese gets kidnapped by evil conspirators in her kingdom, and Erika gets called in by the royal tutor to secretly pretend to be the Princess until Anneliese is found and returned back safely to the palace.

IMDb 6.8 / Release Date: 2004

Trailer / Director: William Lau

3. Barbie as Rapunzel (2002)

Barbie Movie Barbie as Rapunzel
The next addition to the second series of the Barbie movies was released with an adaptation of the Brothers Grimm’s Rapunzel with Barbie as Rapunzel in 2002. In this movie, Barbie portrays the character of Rapunzel, a young girl imprisoned by an evil witch in a manor surrounded by enchanted walls, who attempts to communicate with dragons and rabbits to find her way out of her prison into the life of freedom with Prince Stefan.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 2002

Trailer / Director: Owen Hurley

2. Barbie in the Nutcracker (2001)

Barbie Movie Barbie in the Nutcracker
Marking the beginning of what we now know as the series of popular Barbie movies was the 2001 film Barbie in the Nutcracker, which also began Kelly Sheridan’s career as the renowned voice artist of Barbara Roberts herself. Barbie in the Nutcracker follows young Barbie as the character of Clara from the classic tale of The Nutcracker and the Mouse King who finds herself involved in the plot of finding the Sugar Plum Princess to defeat the Mouse King with the help of her Prince Eric who has been cursed by him to live the rest of his life as a Nutcracker doll.

IMDb 6.3 / Release Date: 2001

Trailer / Director: Owen Hurley

1. Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World & Barbie and the Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth (1987)

Barbie Movie Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World & Barbie and the Sensations: Rockin' Back to Earth
When looking into the matter technically, the debut of young Barbie did not begin with the airing of CGI-animated Barbie movies in 2001, but rather with the release of two pilot episodes which were supposed to herald a mini Barbie cartoon series starring Barbie as a rock star under the collaboration of DIC Entertainment and Mattel. However, due to failed negotiations, Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World, and Barbie and the Sensations: Rockin’ Back to Earth came to be known as the only instalments of the Barbie movies being aired prior to the 21st century.

IMDb 6.5 / Release Date: 1987

Trailer / Director: Bernard Deyriès


Adam Sandler Movies: 10 Best Adam Sandler Movies

Adam Sandler is a renowned American actor who is known for his comedy movies. He got his start by featuring on Saturday Night Live, the hit NBC sketch comedy show during the 1990s. From then on, capitalizing on his new-found fame, he went on to star in a lot of blockbuster comedy movies that people adore even to this day. Adam Sandler moviesare loved by audiences due to his slapstick comedy and over the top humour. He has since gone on to become a successful movie producer under the banner of Happy Madison Productions. Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1966, Adam Sandler grew up in New Hampshire. He is of Jewish and Russian descent. As we are big fans of Adam Sandler movies, we have come up with a list of his biggest blockbuster movies that have been adored by critics and fans alike. Here is the list of the best Adam Sandler movies:

Adam Sandler Movies List

10. Hotel Transylvania (2012)

Adam Sandler Movies Hotel Transylvania
Hotel Transylvania is an animated Adam Sandler movie that’s built as a fantasy/horror movie but is actually a heart warming family comedy. Produced by Sony Pictures Animation, Hotel Transylvania grossed $358 million at the box office and spawned a successful sequel in 2015 that also starred Adam Sandler as a voice actor.

IMDb 7.1 / Release Date: 2012

Trailer / Director: Genndy Tartakovsky

9. Grown Ups (2010)

Adam Sandler Movies Grown Ups
Grown Ups is a buddy comedy film about five friends. Grown Ups managed to celebrate the spirit of childhood, a quintessential element in all Adam Sandler movies. The movie was a box office smash as it collected $271 million at the box office.

IMDb 6.0 / Release Date: 2010

Trailer / Director: Dennis Dugan

8. Click (2006)

Adam Sandler Movie Click
Click is a 2006 Drama/Fantasy Adam Sandler movie that also stars Kate Beckinsale. At first, Michael, played by Adam Sandler, has it all; a perfect job, a beautiful wife and wonderful kids. But his wife Donna, played by Kate Beckinsale, gets annoyed at the amount of time that Adam Sandler spends on his work. Michael struggles with this until he meets a strange person who claims to be an eccentric inventor. This strange guy gives Michael a universal remote that can control time. This makes Michael very happy because he can now skip all the boring parts of his life until he realizes that he missed all the great events of his family member’s lives. Thus, he begins to cherish all the precious moments with his family. It’s a heart warming movie that made the fans love it and so Click managed to gross $237 million at the box office.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 2006

Trailer / Director: Frank Coraci

7. Big Daddy (1999)

Adam Sandler Movie Big Daddy
Big Daddy is the story of a thirty-two-year-old irresponsible guy played by Adam Sandler who always runs away from his responsibilities. He is forced to change his habits when his girlfriend leaves him for an older man. In a desperate effort to prove that he is a mature guy, he adopts a 5-year-old kid to prove to his girlfriend that he can handle responsibility. Due to his callousness, he manages to corrupt the little kid in hilarious ways, but when he realizes what he has done, goes on about to fix his mistakes. Big Daddy went on to gross $235 million in the box office.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 1999

Trailer / Director: Dennis Dugan

6. 50 First Dates (2004)

Adam Sandler Movie 50 First Dates
One of the most iconic Adam Sandler movies, 50 First Dates is a romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. Drew Barrymore plays a woman who suffers from short term memory loss, so anything that happens to her the day before, she fails to remember or recollect. Thus, Adam Sandler goes on a tiring mission to woe her girl every single day just because she forgets everything after she falls asleep. This movie depicts a sweet love story where Adam Sandler brings out all his talents and gives us a wonderful movie experience. Released in February of 2004 50 First Dates went on to become a major box office hit as it grossed $196 million in the box office.

IMDb 6.8 / Release Date: 2004

Trailer / Director: Peter Segal

5. Reign Over Me (2007)

Adam Sandler Movie Reign Over Me
Finally, a movie that is not a comedy, Adam Sandler plays a person who lost all his family during the terrorist attack of 9/11. This dramatical movie is about friendship and how to cope with personal loss. Rated 7.5 out of 10 by fans on IMDB, Reign Over Me managed to collect around $22 million in box office receipts and had favourable reviews from the critics who found the serious nature of an Adam Sandler movie to be endearing. This movie proved to critics that Adam Sandler can play a dramatic role with passion and heart.

IMDb 7.5 / Release Date: 2007

Trailer / Director: Mike Binder

4. Billy Madison (1995)

Adam Sandler Movie Billy Madison
This is the Adam Sandler movie that really kickstarted his movie career as this was his first big budget movie. This movie is about a spoiled rich kid who repeats his grade school every in hopes to take over his rich family business. Adam Sandler plays a lazy, porn addicted guy who is brash and irresponsible.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 1995

Trailer / Director: Tamra Davis

3. The Waterboy (1998)

Adam Sandler Movie The Waterboy
The Waterboy is a 90-minute sports comedy film that starred Adam Sandler as Bobby Boucher Jr. It is more of a sports drama than a comedy and the movie was panned by the critics but loved by the audience. It managed to make a whopping $186 million in the box office against a budget of only $23 million. The movie had some very famous punchlines with a lot of physical comedy that made teenagers love this movie.

IMDb 6.1 / Release Date: 1998

Trailer / Director: Frank Coraci

2. The Wedding Singer (1998)

Adam Sandler Movie The Wedding Singer
The Wedding Singer depicts a sweet love story which has a mix of comedy woven into it where the movie makes fun of many cultural ques of the 1980s. It was made with a budget of only $18 million but it made more than $123 million in the box office, signalling the rising star power of Adam Sandler. This paved the way for many more successful Adam Sandler movies.

IMDb 6.8 / Release Date: 1998

Trailer / Director: Frank Coraci

1. Happy Gilmore (1996)

Adam Sandler Movie Happy Gilmore
Just coming off the bat from Billy Madison where he proved everyone that he got the necessary acting skills to make it in Hollywood, he starred in the 1996 sport-comedy film Happy Gilmore. Here Adam Sandler played an ill-tempered hockey player who suddenly discovers that all his whacked-out skills make him a great golfer. It earned around $41 million dollars in the box office and was loved by the audience.

IMDb 7.0 / Release Date: 1996

Trailer / Director: Dennis Dugan

This is the list of the 10 best Adam Sandler movies till date. Hope you liked my list. A lot of love went into curating this article.


Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies: 8 Best Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies

Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of themost popular and well-known actors in Hollywoodwitha career spurning decades as well as featuring in some of the biggest blockbusters in the film industry. He got his major break by starring in the infamous Conan the Barbarian fil which launches his career to the big screen and he never looked back since featuring in a wide variety of action-packed films for many decades thereafter. Arnold Schwarzenegger movies are adored and loved by audiences all over the world due to his abilities to embraced tough guy characters in films. He has gone into starring in the highest grossing films at the box office making him truly one of the A-list actors in the globe. Born in Styria, Austria in 1947 to a strict Catholic family, Schwarzenegger was heavily influenced by his father to take up sports until he chose bodybuilding as a full-time career. As most of us are big fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, then we have come up with an exclusive list of some of the greatest hits of Schwarzenegger that are quite popular and world-renowned. These are some of the greatest films:

Arnold Schwarzeneggerr Movies List

8. Kindergarten Cop (1990)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Kindergarten Cop
This film is an action comedy flick which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as John Kimble who poses as a kindergarten teacher in order to catch a major drug baron Cullen Crisp as well as his other accomplices. The movie showcases the unique ability of Arnold as he embraces acomic role which is quite different from his usual tough and macho characters. The film was released to mixed reviews from critics however it grossed over $200 million at the box office making it one of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies.

IMDb 6.1 / Release Date: 1990

Trailer / Director: Ivan Reitman

7. True Lies (1994)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie True Lies
This film depicts an interesting plot where a fearless double agent as his life turned upside down when he discovered his wife having an affair with a car salesman. The movie captures unique characters of unique where he is capable of using comical elements into espionage drama within minutes. The film was among one of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies which captured plenty of positive reviews from audiences and critics alike. The movie grossed $146 million during its release worldwide.

IMDb 7.2 / Release Date: 1994

Trailer / Director: James Cameron

6. The Last Stand (2013)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie The Last Stand
This is a crime-filled drama featured Arnold as a Ray Owens once a narcotics officer of the LAPD has now settled to become a sheriff of a small town in Somerton Junction. However, the peace and tranquillity of the town are disturbed by a vicious drug cartel Gabriel Cortezescapes from custody and flees into the town. The film grossed over $12 million at the box office which further showcased the different characters of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 2013

Trailer / Director: Jee-woon Kim

5. Commando (1985)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Commando
This is an adrenaline-charged action-packed movie that had a popular following across the globe. Arnold stars as a one-man army wrecking ball who is on a mission to free his daughter from the clutches of dangerous South American criminals. This film cemented Arnold as one of the retest action actors in the history of cinema due to his unique ability and talent to blend sheer 6.7 out of 10 in its scorecard. It grossed over $57 million at the box further cementing the cultic status of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

IMDb 6.7 / Release Date: 1985

Trailer / Director: Mark L. Lester

4. Total Recall (1990)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Total Recall
The film Total Recall was a major hit in the 90s. It starred Arnold living in a futuristic society with his wife played by Sharon Stonewho decide to seek vacation in the planet Mars where he encounters unexpected and harrowing events that forces him to go back. The film was one of the most expensive Arnold Schwarzenegger movies with stunning one-line punches and explosive action scenes which were popular with audiences globally. The film raked over $119 million at the box office with critics giving it positive reviews since its release.

IMDb 7.5 / Release Date: 1990

Trailer / Director: Paul Verhoeven

3. Predator (1987)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Predator
Predator was one of those 1987 classics that featured Arnold in a sci-fi thriller. The film depicts a sequence of series and events of a team of commandos who were sent on a mission in a jungle in CentralAmerica. The commandos find themselves hunted by asupernatural creature in the jungle which everyone to run for their daily lives. The film is packed by some explosive edge of your seat moments and punchlines that overawe audiences all over the globe making it one of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. The film was released to a positive review worldwide garnering over $59 million in sales at the box office.

IMDb 7.8 / Release Date: 1987

Trailer / Director: John McTiernan

2. Terminator (1984)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Terminator
If Conan the Barbarian was the launchingpad, then Terminator was among the best of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies because it was one of the highest grossing films of all time with a huge fan base across the globe. Arnold stars as an indestructible android sent from the foreseeable future to kill a young waitress and his son which will eventually lead to a war between humans and the machines. Terminator was truly one of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies of all time due to the unique punchlines as well as the structural engineering and simplicity that the film was made. It grossed over $38 million at the box office drawing plenty of positive reviews from both audiences and critics alike.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 1994

Trailer / Director: James Cameron

1. Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Conan the Barbarian
This movie is one that launched the career of Schwarzenegger as a serious actor in the industry and it proved too many people of the extraordinary skills and talents he adds. Arnold plays as an angry young man who is out to revenge the death of his parents who had been killed by a mystical cult leader played by James Earl Jones. This was the first big headline gig for Arnold in his young career and it catapulted him into one of the greatest actors of all time. The film grossed over$ 39 million at the box office drawing a huge acclaim from various critics who praised Arnold’s characterization of a warrior.

IMDb 6.9 / Release Date: 1982

Trailer / Director: John Milius

This list represents some of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies which have become hugely popular for many audiences across the globe.


Best Comedy Movies of All Time

How would you approach choosing the rundown of the best comedy movies of all time? Well you begin by asking the specialists. That is the reason we moved toward our most loved comics on screen characters executives and scholars to campaign their decisions.

From the old new standard and trial this is the conclusive rundown of the best comedies at any point made. It stands up alongside our buddy arrangements of the best sentimental frightfulness science fiction and activity motion pictures.

Best Comedy Movies of All Time

9. Harold and Maude (1971)

Comedy Movie Harold and Maude
Sort non particular motion pictures like Harold and Maude have endured on this rundown is it extremely a drama? Isn’t there a lot demise and holocaust talk for that? Yet, in the event that it is anything but a parody what is Harold and Maude? In that obviously lies its virtuoso it’s nothing with the exception of genuine. Dubious on first discharge overlooked for quite a long time and after that joyfully rediscovered in any event to some degree on account of Cameron Diaz in There’s Something About Mary Harold and Maude is presently immovably settled as one of the untouched sentimental works of art. The focal relationship might be offbeat high school kid falls for 79 year old inhumane imprisonment survivor however the topics of self revelation and all inclusive love address every one of us.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 1964

Trailer / Director: Hal Ashby

8. The Philadelphia Story (1940)

Comedy Movie The Philadelphia Story
A romcom that shines like champagne The Philadelphia Story is a scrumptious parody of errors and wrongdoings. Which of three men will win the core of Katharine Hepburn’s frosty beneficiary on the eve of her wedding her mogul ex Cary Allow snooping columnist James Stewart or her dull representative life partner John Howard? Toward the end you may conclude that she picks the wrong man yet you can’t contend with the way that this clever enchanting and sentimental motion picture is a close flawless satire.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 1940

Trailer / Director: George Cukor

7. Local Hero (1983)

Comedy Movie Local Hero
In case you’re regularly experiencing crisp cockles Bill Forsyth’s twinkly great hearted comic drama will warm them straight up and in the wake of Donald Trump’s alarming ascendance it’s much more auspicious. Dwindle Riegert plays an American legal advisor dispatched by his oil nobleman manager to Scotland to secure the site for their next refinery. In any case, whaddaya know it’s spot over a curious small angling town populated by shrewd loveable Scotspersons. Epic delightful ness results.

IMDb 7.4 / Release Date: 1983

Trailer / Director: Bill Forsyth

6. The Graduate (1967)

Comedy Movie The Graduate
It’s anything but difficult to overlook that in the pre blockbuster days The Graduate was one of the greatest film industry crushes ever it’s still No 21 balanced for expansion. So what was it about this close straightforward show a film we’d now allude to as a non mainstream despite the fact that it was studio made that caught people in general creative ability? Simply it involved planning here was a film that with its portrayal of middle class weariness high school tension and sexual freedom also those magnificent Simon and Garfunkel melodies totally nailed the disposition of the late 1960s.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 1967

Trailer / Director: Mike Nichols

5. Safety Last (1923)

Comedy Movie Safety Last
Continually brandishing round specs and straw boater quiet comic Harold Lloyd’s shtick was to develop an amiable kid nearby persona at that point put his hero in hair raising peril. In his best known component his intend to get an athletic colleague to climb a retail establishment exterior as an exposure stunt reverse discharges so Harold handles the dangerous rising himself. Prompt bothersome pigeons and an awkward check look in a perfectly developed extremely interesting set piece whose cunning utilization of point of view makes vertiginous rushes without back projection or a solitary PC pixel.

IMDb 8.2 / Release Date: 1923

Trailer / Director: Fred C Newmeyer

4. Hot Fuzz (2007)

Comedy Movie Hot Fuzz
Edgar Wright’s follow up to Shaun of the Dead is a greater busier somewhat less engaged drift through residential community cop motion picture platitudes yet it may very well be the better film profiting from a content pressed with brilliant jokes and slick riffs on everything from Mallet frightfulness to comfortable ITV dramatizations. It likewise keeping in mind that we overlook sports apparently the finest supporting cast at any point collected with full breath Paddy Considine Jim Broadbent Billie Whitelaw Martin Freeman Olivia Colman Edward Woodward Bill Nighy Timothy Dalton The Performing artist Kevin Eldon both Adam and Joe Rory The Dog McCann and even a covered Cate Blanchett all getting in on the activity.

IMDb 7.9 / Release Date: 2007

Trailer / Director: Edgar Wright

3. Pulp Fiction (1994)

Comedy Movie Pulp Fiction
Is Mash Fiction a drama? Maybe just as in all Quentin Tarantino’s movies from Supply Canines to The Scornful Eight have a strong dash of dark amusingness going through them and whatever the class or story they’re regularly fuelled by the distinction between their characters visit and their fierce situations. That is to a great extent down to Tarantino’s lively utilization of dialect epitomized in this stylised wrongdoing story by assassins John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson sitting on the porch over their most loved burgers or talking about why one of them declines to eat pork. Jackson particularly substantiates himself an ace of scaffold humor.

IMDb 8.9 / Release Date: 1994

Trailer / Director: Quentin Tarantino

2. Mean Girls (2004)

Comedy Movie Mean Girls
Where does ethnography meet teenager satire? At North Shore High Lindsay Lohan stars as Cady the touchy and gullible courageous woman you could escape with that throwing in 2004 who gets a severe shock when she enters the educational system subsequent to being home instructed by zoologist guardians in Africa. She’s soon managing the complexities of immature social communication the greater part of it shrewd and obnoxious while attempting to keep her head. The content by Tina Fey is roused by a work of real ethnography and offers bona fide knowledge and compassion and in addition a heavy dosage of putdowns and comeuppances.

IMDb 7.0 / Release Date: 2004

Trailer / Director: Mark Waters

1. Meet the Parents (2000)

Comedy Movie Meet the Parents
Meeting your accomplice’s folks will undoubtedly be upsetting yet Greg Focker Ben Stiller has it more awful than most. Turns out his potential father in law Robert De Niro is a previous CIA operator with a suspicious nature and a polygraph lie finder machine available to him. Throughout an exciting visit Focker’s adversity works to an absurd crescendo as his proposed Teri Polo looks on. Stiller is on funny hapless frame and De Niro has never been more interesting.

IMDb 7.0 / Release Date: 2000

Trailer / Director: Jay Roach


Best History Movies

The best history movies come in distinct appearances with war, adventure, biography and period piece, since the revolution in digital cinema, history movies are being considered indispensable configuration for box office collections.History movies storylines are mixed with diverse range of characters on the board who play different roles based on different history time period. Some of the best history movies characters are playing role as a gladiators, Pharos, Jesus, Kingdome emperors, Nazi’s, Athletes, Warriors and many more. The best historical movies are usually covered with real story on person or an event. Script writers take these stories from text-books formats or research about certain characters to ascertain historical figure from the past. The sole focus of history movies are on certain characteristics including biography, autobiography, historical fiction, war, drama and many more.

However, best history movies are ornament of digital cinemas since few decades.Some of the best history movies are highlighted in this article, also those history movies distinctive capabilitiesare triggeredwhich make them all-time best history movies. Further, best history movies are spotlighted as per different authentic resources, ratings, academy award winnings and nominations and other national and international praise features.Though there are hundreds of history movies but this article is representing top 10 history movies after contrasting those history moviesachievements.

Best History Movies

10. Munich (2005)

History Movie Munich
Steven Spielberg movie Munich is considered one of the hit history oriented movies. The plot is consisted of murder conspiracy of 11 Israeli athletes and their coach while Olympics in 1972. The Israeli intelligence Mossad send its agents to hunt down the culprit who have strategically involvement in this attack. The operation covered worldwide and 11 individuals who later assassinated because the alliance with Israeli athletes murders.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2005

Trailer / Director: Steven Spielberg

9. The Hurt Locker (2008)

History Movie The Hurt Locker
Academy award winner for best motion pictures, best history drama movies “The Hurt Locker”is consisted on the story of armed forces bomb disposal squad. In this movie, the main lead actor Jeremy Renner is playing role of Sergeant William James, who is extreme risk taker and don’t every said no to bomb diffusion activity. The history is revising some brave soldiers who sacrificed their live’s on the battle war of Iraq.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2008

Trailer / Director: Kathryn Bigelow

8. The Lost City of Z (2016)

History Movie The Lost City of Z
Few history movies are just above the expectations. This movie is representing late British explorer Percy Fawcett, whose journey was to explore previous civilizations into the Amazon. The total three attempts were made to identify histoical civilizations. In the first attempt, Major Fawcett get fact that there is realistic civilization in the jungle of Amazon. In scond attempt crew return just because the shortage of supplies. Hence, third attempt with son never get resolved as both never came back again from the Amazon. This is one of the best historical movie in recent years.

IMDb 6.6 / Release Date: 2016

Trailer / Director: James Gray

7. Titanic (1997)

History Movie Titanic
James Cameron’s “Titanic” is considered on the best historical movies, the scenes are blended with emotions, action, adventure and true spirit of love. The movie is revolving around the leading two characters of films and a disaster that is linked with history. The film is revising the brutal effects of environment on human made pride. This epic historical movie is representing a true depiction of past.

IMDb 7.8 / Release Date: 1997

Trailer / Director: James Cameron

6. Zero Dark Thirty (2012)

History Movie Zero Dark Thirty
The terrorist attacks on world trade center 9/11 main head Usama-bin-Ladin assassination has been captured in this historic movie. The plot was laid in different areas of India and all terrorist moves have been captured in this action and history genre. The US presidential administration pulled this job off with the dedicated CIA operation officer.

IMDb 7.4 / Release Date: 2012

Trailer / Director: Kathryn Bigelow

5. Fury (2014)

History Movie Fury
In April 1945, Nazi’s are making their last push in the European theater. A fight solidified Army sergeant named Don “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt), driving a Sherman tank and a five-man team, attempts a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Miserably outnumbered, outgunned with an unpracticed soldiers in their middle, Wardaddy and his men confront overpowering chances as they move to strike at the core of Nazi Germany. Fury is considered to be on of the best history movie of the decade

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2014

Trailer / Director: David Ayer

4. Bridge of Spies (2015)

History Movie Bridge of Spies
Best supporting role academy award winning history movie “Bridge of Spies” is demonstrating U.S. and Soviet Cold War. The Soviet Union captures U.S. pilot after shooting down his plane. However, U.S captures Rudolf Abel a Soviet Spy and sentenced him to 10 years of prison. Perhaps, a lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks), hired by CIA operatives to deal his release with American Pilot. If all goes well other countries will get their men back.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2015

Trailer / Director: Steven Spielberg

3. Gladiator (2000)

History Movie Gladiator
History is filled with actions and sports, the best historical movie Gladiator is the story of a once popular armed force general who later become a slave and gladiator. The son of late king killed his father (king) and also killed his father favorite general family. Later that general return as a gladiator in the arena and put throne of emperor under risk. Gladiator has won best motion picture award along with best actor award. This is considered one the best history movies.

IMDb 8.5 / Release Date: 2000

Trailer / Director: Ridley Scott

2. 12 Years a Slave (2013)

History Movie 12 Years a Slave
This is one the best motion picture by academy which is representing the history before the Civil War when slavery was at the peek and humans were considered worst compare to animals. This is heart touching story when a kind owner deliver message to the family of kidnapped slave and save him from the malevolent owner.

IMDb 8.1 / Release Date: 2013

Trailer / Director: Steve McQueen

1. Braveheart (1995)

History Movie Braveheart
Mel Gibson directed and self-actioned movie brave heart is epic history movie. The film ploy is consisted of certain characters, first, William Wallace is the medieval Scottish nationalist who is impelled into rebel against the English when the love for his life is butchered brutally. Piloting his armed force into fights that turn into a war, his progress into England debilitates King Edward (I) position of authority before he is caught and executed, however not before turning into an image for a free Scotland. Even in today’s time Braveheart is considered one the best history movies.

IMDb 8.4 / Release Date: 1995

Trailer / Director: Mel Gibson


Best Horror Movies

Creating the fear, dread, terror and intense repugnance, horror films have got a separate place in the masses. The sole aim of such kind of films is to bring us out of the bored and silly world by fear, adventure and suspense. People from all sections of society have a little bit interest in the fearful movies. Watching horror movies, everyone should be prepared for a sudden shock, scream and weeping. People show different type of fanatical behaviours during watching the horrific movies. Most often, the audience are screaming, some of them are weeping loudly especially women; a few of them are changing the face expressions only. Movie watchers hold up their seats more firmly to release fear. On the other hand, horror movies have left the negative impact on the lives of the people. After seeing the terrible film no one can spend normal night with a sound sleep. However, there are some movies that always remain in the limelight for being the most horror movies ever.

Best Horror Movies

6. Saw (2004)

Horror Movie Saw
Saw (2004) is an American horror film with a lot of bloodshed screams and weep. The movie is fraught with dreadful scenes and was directed by James Wan. The film was most profitable in its time. It earned a sufficient amount of money by releasing in different parts of the world. The silence of The Lambs (1991) is to date the only horror film to win the Best Picture Oscar. And it won a lot more than that: it’s only the third film in Oscar history to take home wins in the Big Five categories, a.k.a. Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay (Adapted Screenplay, in Silence’s case), Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins), and Best Actress (Jodie Foster.)

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2004

Trailer / Director: James Wan

5. 28 Days Later (2002)

Horror Movie 28 Days Later
28 Days Later (2002) is the science fiction/thriller movie. It is the first great apocalypse movie of the new millennium. The movie was directed by the famous man Danny Boyle and its budget was around 5 million GBP. In this movie society is completely destroyed by the harmful virus. The Descent (2005) is a brutal, bloody, and horrific movie. The film was directed by Neil Marshall. It got acclaim on the large scale. It was managed on around the $3.5 million budget and earned the $57.1 million. Ringu is one of the most influential international horror movies of all time it brought the Japanese horror out of its cult status. Ringu was remade in 2002 by Gore Verbinski as The Ring, which made more money in Japan than its source material—though not much more; Ringu made approximately $13 million in Japan, compared to The Ring’s $14.1 million.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 2002

Trailer / Director: Danny Boyle

4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Horror Movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is another film that seems to get better with age, despite the fact that the film’s humble origins make it fairly rough around the edges. Featuring a lo-fi look that seems to add to the film’s terror and a hugely unsettling family of cannibals, there’s no doubt that everyone’s first viewing of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is an impressively terrifying experience. The Exorcist is nearly unanimously ranked as the scariest film of all time and it’s not a fluke — 40 years after The Exorcist was released in theatres, the film is just as scary today as it ever was, featuring a truly terrifying story, unsettling visuals, and tremendous acting in a film that has received as much critical acclaim as it has attention for scaring audiences decade after decade.

IMDb 6.2 / Release Date: 2003

Trailer / Director: Marcus Nispel

3. The Haunting (1963)

Horror Movie The Haunting
The Haunting is the most dreadful and modern technique film. In this movie, the role of children is very important than others in frightening. Subtle whispers of children knock on the door, and a lot of screaming made it different from other movies. After passing so many years of releasing this movie, it is considered up till now a modern day movie. Psycho (1960) horrific film was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It is included in the classical category of horror movies. Without this film the genre of horror movies is incomplete. The Shining (1988) has become the most watchful movie and it earned a huge amount of money. A lot of criticism was also beared by the director and staff members of this movie due to religious point of difference. The dreadful movie was directed by Stanley Kubrick. The Shining is one of the most unnerving horror films ever created and is likely to stay that way for years and years to come.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 1963

Trailer / Director: Robert Wise

2. Halloween (1978)

Horror Movie Halloween
Halloween is the most remarkable horror film that left the great impact on the cinema. The movie was directed by the young man John Carpenter and it was his first ever movie. It took the John on new heights of success. Alien (1979) is the sci-fi horror film remains one of the scariest films ever made. A number of men collectively directed this movie like Ridley Scott and starring Sigourney Weaver, Ian Holm, and John Hurt. A dialogue of this movie gained the popularity “In space, no one can hear you scream”. This movie earned a handsome amount of money during its releasing period.

IMDb 7.8 / Release Date: 1978

Trailer / Director: John Carpenter

1. The Evil Dead (1981)

Horror Movie The Evil Dead
The Evil dead is the most horrible movie ever that was made by the novice director. The film got the so much popularity in the world of cinema among the masses. This movie was managed on a budget of around $350,000.Suspiria (1976) is a greatest film of Italian director Dario Argento. In this movie, trademark visual style of hyper-stylized lighting and modern techniques of camera was used. Rosemary’s Baby (1968) is a psychological horror film that is completely based on the novel of Ira Levin. This outstanding movie gained a huge fame was directed by Roman Ploanskti. The whole cost of the film was around $3.2 million but it earned more than $33 million.

IMDb 7.5 / Release Date: 1981

Trailer / Director: Sam Raimi


Best Kids Movies

Shortlisting movies which you can enjoy with your young ones is an extremely tough task these days due to gross and filthy content in the movie. So, we have shortlisted the Best kids movies for you which include movies of all genre- classic musicals, animated animals and superhero adventures, princess’ tales and others. These movies are a must see before your kid is adult enough to enjoy the silver screen cinema. All these movies are packed with some positive message which will have a significant impact on your child. The movies listed are not only entertaining but also impactful. Some in the list are cultural touchstones while others help kids to look at both real and imaginary world. Someare full of laughter some might lead to teardrops and help your child understand emotions. But none is worth missing. So, grab your blanket and a bucket of popcorn and start with the few of the Best Kids Movies. Without further ado,let’s get started with the list.

Some of the Best Kids Movies

7. Harry Potter (1996-2011)

Kids Movie Harry Potter
The animated movie was released in 1991 while a fantasy film was released in 2017 starring Emma Watson. The movie released in 2017 successfully grossed over $1 billion at the box office worldwide. A prince is cursed for his lack of compassion. The curse will be broken only when he falls in love before the last petal of a rose falls. All the members of the palace are also cursed and transformed into objects that behave like humans. Belle is the female protagonist, a beautiful and intelligent village girl who will be the reason for prince coming over the curse. The movie was certainly a critical and commercial success. Emma Watson was praised for her versatile performance.

IMDb 7.6 / Release Date: 1996-2011

Trailer / Director: Chris Columbus

6. Beauty and the Beast (1991, 2017)

Kids Movie Beauty and the Beast
The animated movie was released in 1991 while a fantasy film was released in 2017 starring Emma Watson. The movie released in 2017 successfully grossed over $1 billion at the box office worldwide. A prince is cursed for his lack of compassion. The curse will be broken only when he falls in love before the last petal of a rose falls. All the members of the palace are also cursed and transformed into objects that behave like humans. Belle is the female protagonist, a beautiful and intelligent village girl who will be the reason for prince coming over the curse. The movie was certainly a critical and commercial success. Emma Watson was praised for her versatile performance.

IMDb 7.2 / Release Date: 1991, 2017

Trailer / Director: Bill Condon

5. Minions (2015)

Kids Movie Minions
Released in the year 2015, Minions is second highest grossing animated movie of all time after Frozen. The movie features cute minions-Kevin, Stuart,and Bob. Minions have originated from yellow cells and are single or double eyed creatures. They have existed since times unknown but haven’t been able to find a place worth settling yet and don’t have a master to guide them. So, the three- Kevin, Stuart,and Bob decide to go to New York in search of a master. It is all about the journey of a three and how at the end all the minion clan comes to New York to save Kevin, Bob,and Stuart from Scarlet Overkill, a villainous lady who robs stuff. The marketing of the Minion characters was a huge success and Minion merchandise continues to fascinate people of all age group. From plushies to mobile phone covers, Minions are popular everywhere. The cute characters and sweet storyline makes Minion one of the Best Kids Movies.

IMDb 6.4 / Release Date: 2015

Trailer / Director: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin

4. Toy Story (1995)

Kids Movie Toy Story
One of the highest grossing Best Kids Movies, the plot, characters, never get old and never fail to entertain the viewers. The movie is ranked third after Frozen and Minion for its Box Office collection worth $1 billion plus. the movie shows about the world where toys have human-like traits and pretend to be lifeless around the humans. The movie also shows the relation between Woody a cowboy doll and Buzz Lightyear as a superhero, for their affection for Andy their owner. The film was accoladed eight Annie Films Awards. The film was also nominated by various Award juries like the Academy and Golden Globe Awards.

IMDb 8.3 / Release Date: 1995

Trailer / Director: John Lasseter

3. Lilo and Stitch (2002)

Kids Movie Lilo and Stitch
This is one of the Best Kids Movies of Sci-fi comedy genres. The movie was acclaimed for the cute story and amazing soundtrack. The movie was a critical and financial success. The movie is known for the original soundtrack. The movie received a three-star rating and collected around $273.1 million at the box office. To coincide with the movie Lilo and Stitch, three videogames were also released in the year 2002.

IMDb 7.2 / Release Date: 2002

Trailer / Director: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders

2. Frozen (2013)

Kids Movie Frozen
The musical animated movie by Disney certainly gives children a good message on relationships. This wintery musical is the all-time highest grossing movie. Frozen successfully won a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film category, two Grammy, two Academy Awards, five Annie Awards and two Critics’ Choice Awards. The sisterly love is at the peak in the movie’s plot where Elsa the sister with cryokinetic powers does something accidentally at the court revealing her powers. She is accused of being a monster. Her sister Anna then goes in harsh winters to find her.

IMDb 7.5 / Release Date: 2013

Trailer / Director: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

1. Finding Nemo (2003)

Kids Movie Finding Nemo
Released in 2003, Finding Nemo was an underwater animated movie. Nemo was in the lead who gets separated from his family and friends when he is caught by a scuba diver. The journey is all about finding Nemo. The movie became one of the highest grossing animated genre movies and is still regarded as one of the Best Kids Movies. The movie successfully grossed 10 times its budget and regarded as the second highest grosser of the year. The movie won Academy and Saturn Award for Best Animated Film.

IMDb 8.1 / Release Date: 2003
Trailer / Director: Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich

If you are planning to watch a movie or two with your kids and family, try on this list of Best Kids Movies.


Best Netflix Movies

Netflix comprises a vast assortment of movies to observe so finding the best Netflix movies, or even some best Netflix movies, for the most part, is a confusing thing to attempt and do. You will discover a ton of choices accessible. Will you watch that new romantic comedy that everybody has been spouting endlessly about or will you take a gander at out something marginally more seasoned that seems, by all accounts, to be fascinating however you never have at any point known about until that second? Amid these minutes, it is magnificent to have the World Wide Web next to you to look into what’s great and what others propose. That is the reason this rundown is ideal here, to offer you thought of what to watch.

Action movies are a fantastic decision in case you’re looking for good Netflix movies given that they tend to have to some degree couple of parts for each to remarkably like. Ghostbusters is an oldie yet without a doubt worth the watch, Rango is ideal for the individuals who have minimal ones who might want to go along with you, and Drive is phenomenal for the rare sorts of people who need to have a ball. Such a significant number of people appreciate the comedies. You’ll discover movies you may have recognized when you were more youthful, similar to Groundhog Day and Dumb and Dumber, and there are new movies out like No Strings Attached. You may pick whichever coordinate your opportunity and mindset. These are the best Netflix movies that are as follow:

Some of the Best Netflix Movies

5. The Iron Giant (1999)

Best Netflix Movie Minions
The director of this movies is Brad Bird, and the writer is Tim McCanlies. Eli Marienthal, Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick Jr., Christopher McDonald, and Vin Diesel. A flounder upon its underlying discharge in 1999, The Iron Giant has turned into a religion great throughout the year and in the long run, discovered its gathering of people. Brad Bird’s enlivened adjustment of Ted Hughes’ book takes after youthful Hogarth Hughes, a savvy however desolate child amid the Cold War who unearths a goliath metal robot from space. Hogarth becomes a close acquaintance with the Iron Giant and shows him about existence and demise and in addition to being a saint instead of a weapon. It’s a lovely story, and it’s no big surprise that the film has discovered an exceptional place in the hearts of watchers. If you haven’t seen it, clear your night designs, and watch it as quickly as time permits.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 1999

Trailer / Director: Brad Bird

4. L.A. Confidential (1997)

Best Netflix Movie L.A. Confidential
The director of this movies is Curtis Hanson, and the writer is Brian Helgeland and Curtis Hanson. Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, Kim Basinger, Kevin Spacey, Danny DeVito, James Cromwell, and David Strathairn. The 1997 noir L.A. Secret is somewhat of an excellent movie. In the vein of Chinatown or Double Indemnity, this is great entirely yet conveyed to the screen with force, style, and most extreme passionate effect by director Curtis Hanson. Police defilement and Hollywood outrage are up front, yet the film never hits a false note. It acquainted groups of onlookers everywhere with Pearce and Crowe, both of whom who take off thus, and the Best Picture is chosen one was so impactful it motivated a whole computer game in L.A. Noire!

IMDb 8.3 / Release Date: 1997

Trailer / Director: Curtis Hanson

3. The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)

Best Netflix Movie The 40-Year-Old Virgin
The director of this movies is Judd Apatow, and the writer is Steve Carell and Judd Apatow. Steve Carell, Catherine Keener, Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Romany Malco, Jane Lynch, Leslie Mann, Elizabeth Banks, Kat Dennings, and Mindy Kaling When The 40-Year-Old-Virgin was discharged in 2005, and it was a colossal hit. In any case, looking back we can unmistakably observe this was additionally a distinct advantage for the comic drama classification. Judd Apatow’s vigorously extemporized style conveyed a detachment to the film from scene to scene, and the film’s tone—which was equivalent amounts of tasteless and inspiring—felt extraordinary. You ordinarily had your sex comedies, and your passionate lighthearted comedies partitioned, however here Apatow consolidated the two sensibilities and had the ideal performing artist for the main lead: Steve Carell. The outcome is a silly, extremely NSFW, yet besides strangely sweet and touchy story of an unassuming 40-year-old man hoping to get laid who winds up discovering love, finish with extraordinary supporting exhibitions by people like Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen. This one holds up.

IMDb 7.1 / Release Date: 2005

Trailer / Director: Judd Apatow

2. Se7en (1995)

Best Netflix Movie Se7en
The director of this movie is Lee Unkrich, and the writer is Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich. Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, AlannaUbach, Renee Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguia, Edward James Olmos. Even though Pixar isn’t the constant power it used to be, they can in any case set up together an incredible movie every once in a while and Coco is thoroughly the studio working at the highest point of its diversion. Whilinevitablyurelyfalls Pixar tropes—an amigo movie where two characters go on an outing or some likeness thereof—Lee Unkrich’s film stands separated because of its profound and tolerating love for Mexican culture and putting the significance of family at the center of the story. The movie brags brilliant music, an inspiring story, unique characters, and eye-popping outline as its leads navigate the Land of the Dead on Dia de Los Muertos. Even though I figured the film would be charming, I didn’t anticipate that it will, in the long run, move me to tears.

IMDb 8.6 / Release Date: 1995

Trailer / Director: David Fincher

1. Coco (2017)

Best Netflix Movie Coco
The director of this movie is Lee Unkrich, and the writer is Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich. Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, AlannaUbach, Renee Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguia, Edward James Olmos. Even though Pixar isn’t the constant power it used to be, they can also now set up together an excellent movie every once in a while, and Coco is undoubtedly the studio working at the highest point of its diversion. While it inevitably falls into the natural Pixar tropes—a pal movie where two characters go on a trek or something to that effect—Lee Unkrich’s film stands separated because of its profound and withstanding love for Mexican culture and putting the significance of family at the center of the story. The movie revels brilliant music, an inspiring story, essential characters, and eye-popping plan as its leads cross the Land of the Dead on Dia de Los Muertos. Even though I figured the film would be pleasant, I didn’t anticipate that it will, in the long run, move me to tears.

IMDb 8.4 / Release Date: 2017
Trailer / Director: Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina

I hope you will like this article and it will see these best Netflix movies. Good Luck!


Bourne Movies

Jason Bourne is a fictional character developed by the author Robert Ludlum for the Bourne movies and novels. The Bourne Movies have been released in series and are of action spy thriller genre. The lead character Jason Bourne suffers from acute STML (short-term memory loss) and he has to figure out his identity.

Matt Damon is featured as the chief character in the movie. Till date, five sequences of the Bourne Movies has appeared. Matt Damon didn’t appear in the fourth installment- The Bourne Legacy (2012) which introduces another main character with the name Aaron Cross portrayed by Jeremy Renner. Bourne again returns in the fifth installment titled Jason Bourne (2016). The plot adaption is from the novels of Ludlum.

The Bourne Movies have till date received all positive reviews by the critics. It is very much appreciated critically for its notable action and stunt work in the era of computer-generated imageries. The series has successfully grossed over $1.6 billion over years at the box office.

Jason Bourne the chief protagonist of the series works for Central Intelligence Agency as a Foreign Service Officer. Jason suffers from extreme memory loss problem and is actually trying to find out his identity. The series includes adaptions from almost fourteen movies written by Ludlum and Eric Van Lustbader.

Let us have a look at the Bourne Movies without further ado. The movies are in a sequential order.

5. Jason Bourne (2016)

Bourne Movie Jason Bourne
This is the last released part of the Bourne Movies. The plot shows Nicky Parson gaining sensitive information of CIA. She contacts Bourne to share the same about how Bourne was recruited and how his father was connected with the mission. Bourne plans to revenge his father’s death while he is being hunted with Parsons by the CIA director, Robert Dewey. Bourne meets his CIA recruiter to know about his father’s death. Meanwhile, the CIA Cyber Operation Division head wants to bring Bourne back to the forces, Dewey allows her with an intention to kill Bourne. Jason plans to avenge from Dewey. A subplot also continues. Jason received the Empire Award for best thriller and the movie was nominated for various categories.

IMDb 6.6 / Release Date: 2016

Trailer / Director: Paul Greengrass

4. The Bourne Legacy (2012)

Bourne Movie The Bourne Legacy
The Bourne Legacy is the fourth installment to the Bourne Movies series. The character Bourne does not appear in this installment. Another important character Aaron Cross. Jason Bourne is shown in the archival footage. The missing character of Jason had an impact on the film’s gross. The movie grossed well but not as good as its prequels. The box office grossing was around $276 million over a budget of $126 million.

IMDb 6.7 / Release Date: 2012

Trailer / Director: Tony Gilroy

3. The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)

Bourne Movie The Bourne Ultimatum
The Bourne Ultimatum was again a high grossing Bourne movie. It had the essence like other Bourne Movies that of action and thrill accompanied by high voltage drama. Matt is again seen in the signature character of Jason Bourne. Jason learns in The Bourne Ultimatum that a British Journalist is conducting an inquiry into his past. Bourne is now on target by Operation Blackbriar because of the Blackbriar head, Noah Vosen is of the notion that Jason Bourne is now a threat and wants to revenge. Pamela Landy supports Bourne after getting classified documents which proved that Noah has been targeting US citizens. Pamela disagreed with the Operation Blackbriar and its existence. Bourne also comes across a Treadstone technician- Nicky Parsons who is believed to have an infatuation for Bourne before his memory loss. Bourne further ends exposing Blackbriar and Treadstone and goes underground again.

IMDb 8.0 / Release Date: 2007

Trailer / Director: Paul Greengrass

2. The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

Bourne Movie The Bourne Supremacy
After the success of the first part, an addition was made to the Bourne Movies list. The Bourne Supremacy shows the Jason Bourne’s life after two years of discovering that Jason is a CIA trained assassin. Jason records every incident in a notebook now. Again, an attempt is made on Jason’s life when he is with Marie in India which results in Marie’s death. Bourne now believes that the CIA is after him again and decides to hunt Marie’s killers and his problem of memory loss. Eventually, Bourne discovers that Ward Abbott a man who saw Bourne’s CIA assassins’ training had fled with millions from CIA. Ward plans to frame a plot which indicates that Bourne was behind the theft and he was the one behind Marie’s death. On knowing the plan, Bourne decides to expose Abbott to the CIA officer in charge of fetching Bourne- Pamela Landy. Later Abbott kills himself and Bourne comes to Moscow where he tries to find the daughter of a Russian family who was killed in his first mission. Bourne finds the girl and informs her that her parents were murdered and it was not a suicide. Later, Bourne goes undercover again.

The stunts of the movie were praised and it won awards and nominations as well.

IMDb 7.7 / Release Date: 2004

Trailer / Director: Paul Greengrass

1. The Bourne Identity (2002)

Bourne Movie The Bourne Identity
The action thriller is the first of Bourne Movies series. The film was a blockbuster grossing around $214 million over a budget of $60 million. The plot shows the protagonist floating in the Mediterranean Sea. Jason Bourne (not revealed yet) has two gunshots on his back. The man is also carrying a Swiss safe deposit box. When the man reaches the shore, he assumes his name by looking at his passport as Jason Bourne. Jason finds some other assorted passports in the safe deposit box, currencies in large number and a gun. The chief character suffering from short-term memory loss tries to uncover his identity. He frequently encounters attempts on life by Central Intelligence Agency assassins. Later he comes to know that once he was a CIA assassin too but has failed to finish his recent mission. Bourne then reunites with a woman who helps him with the identity and helps him remember the recent actions which he did prior to memory loss. Bourne also breaks all his connections with the CIA. The conflict with Cia reaches to peak when Bourne decides to take the fight doorstep. The movie won a World Stunt Award, American Choreography Award and an ASCAP Film and Television Music Award. The movie was also nominated for various accolades.

IMDb 7.9 / Release Date: 2002

Trailer / Director: Doug Liman