25 Best Movies

25. Star wars (1977)

I really like this movie because I’m a fan of star wars. The movie has a lot of interesting and exciting things, how wars are fought with lightsabers, how to shoot laser guns, how to fly on bright starships, how these starships are exciting to shoot weapons and kill the enemy.

In the movie there is a bright side and a dark side. The dark side was another name for the first order. There was a long battle throughout the movie, but still the Jedi and other wars defeated the first order. In the movie, the main character was Rey, she defeated the evil Lord who ruled the first order, and Rey was a Jedi. There were also other warriors in the movie: stormtroopers, resistance fighters, and others. I really like this movie. if you haven’t watched it yet, be sure to check it out. I always like to rewatch it.

24. It’s a wonderful life (1946)

If anyone thinks this is an old movie, Director Frank Capra didn’t think so at all. Before the war, he had already made a lot of movies with a variety of movie stars of that time. He starred all the famous actors of the time Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, Clark gable, James Stewart. “It’s a wonderful life”, as I understand it, is a kind of peak of his directing career. The movie is good. Very good. Too good. The main role is played by James Stewart, who also at that time had long since strengthened his position in Hollywood, constantly playing simpler guys. Nice ones, kind ones that America stands on. I even appreciated another kaprov movie with Stewart’s participation, “you can’t take it with you” (“Oscar” in 1938), but there is little merit in the latter. I won’t say he’s a bad actor, but he’s too American. Predictable, positive, always positive. “It’s a wonderful life” is a very pretentious movie, even for its time. Maybe that’s why it is still watched and highly appreciated. Or maybe because it was colored and digitized. 

23. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

In the Midwest, there is a maniac who kidnaps young girls and cuts off their skin. The FBI assigns a young agent Clarissa Stralling to meet with the most dangerous maniac Dr. Hannibal Lecter in a prison-hospital where he is serving time for cannibalism, they are sure that the Lecturer will help in the search for the killer. The doctor really likes the girl and a strange relationship begins between them, which causes a deep internal conflict in Clarissa’s soul. At the same time, she still must not lose her composure when entering into a fight with a dangerous psychopath. Who will be stronger? The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Harris and its plot revolves around the first detective investigation of a young agent who still has no experience in catching dangerous criminals. The investigation is also burdened by the fact that the girl takes a liking to another psychopath and begins to help him as much as possible, and this causes discord in her soul. This duet of Anthony Hopkins and jodie foster is so beautiful that it can be held up as an example of how actors should interact on screen. In addition, Anthony made a lot of personal adjustments to this role (which is only worth his unblinking eyes), which made it more interesting and appeared on the screen for only 15 minutes for the entire movie, you can’t help thinking that the main character was him, and not foster. But as for Jodie, she chose this role after that. how many famous Actresses refused her and did not lose, because she made her a star and absolutely deserved it! The movie seems to be dark and bloody, but sparkling dialogues and black humor very dilute the plot and makes it softer. I also like the fact that in the story no one is judging anyone, giving the right to “everyone to go crazy as they want” and it is devoid of Thriller cliches executioner-victim.

22. Cidade de Deus (2002)

The Brazilian Favelas are now patrolled by the police and the crime rate is much lower. But this was not always the case. Previously, it was dominated by cruelty, murder, theft. Life there is so meaningless that they can kill just because of boredom. But some people still have hope for a bright future and a life in civilization, away from the slums. And the movie “City of God” tells about this bloody time. I advise you to watch this movie. I was “hooked”, touched and left a mark on my memory. And I even advise those who do not like to watch such violent movies. I don’t like it either. I put my hands over my eyes when I see something that isn’t bloody. But I watched this movie, and I don’t regret it. And I think I’ll look again. Director: Fernando Meirelles. Country: Brazil, France. Wonderful acting, music, plot, everything I liked in the movie.

21. Life Is Beautiful (1997)

After watching the movie of the same name, I thought about my attitude to this movie. The attitude is only positive. So, World War II. In Germany, the persecution of Jews continues. Guido (Roberto Benigni) ends up in a concentration camp with his young son. To save his son not only from death, but also from the horrors of war, he invents a story that their life in the camp is a game, and those who comply with the conditions will receive a prize – a real tank. The boy hides from the overseers, he manages to survive in this meat grinder. Here, Roberto Benigni, who acted as both screenwriter and Director, was able to create such a touching story that it is impossible not to feel. I liked everything. The atmosphere, the acting, the story itself, the music, the jokes. You can argue for a long time that this does not happen in life. But I still want to believe that sometimes life is beautiful. A very good movie. Touching, sincere and uplifting.

20. Seven (1995)

Before watching the movie, I looked at the reviews about it, they were all positive. Many watched it because of Pitt’s Delirium. To be honest, for me, it did not have such a weight value in the movie) So, the movie is a detective and a bit of a Thriller. It is called “Seven”, but some other versions have the name “Seven deadly sins”. It’s interesting to watch, all the murders look realistic, I want to get to the bottom of it myself in the process of viewing, what will happen in the end? But in the end, an unpredictable ending, although very interesting. The movie keeps you on your toes all the time. After watching the movie to the end, I saw that it has 2 endings. In General, they are essentially almost the same. But I didn’t find the second one in the form of a movie excerpt, but only in the form of a description. Great actors game, exciting story. Fans of this genre (a mix of detective and thriller) will love it!

19. Seven Samurai (1954)

One of the greatest works of world cinema-the Japanese movie “Seven samurai” tells a philosophical story about farmers who hired samurai to protect their village from the attack of bandits. The most famous work of the recognized Japanese Director Akira Kurosawa, who was respected by Martin Scorsese and received many prestigious awards in the field of cinema. The stunning elaboration of each character in the movie and the realism of the acting game are admired by the modern audience, even though the movie is black and white and was shot more than half a century ago. “Seven samurai” had a huge impact on world culture and is still considered one of the best movies of all time.

18. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

I generally like to watch movies with a psychiatric hospital theme. In this, the main character, a fairly strong and freedom-loving person, ends up in a mental hospital. He is a criminal, but quickly realizes that the prison regime and the hospital are still different, and why not pretend to be a psycho, for this reason. In General, he is normal, but he has his own cockroaches in his head and the fact that he does not consider it necessary to hide them, and leads doctors to think about his inadequacy. But no matter how much they watch him, they can’t recognize him as a psycho. McMurphy has his own demeanor, he is bold, freedom-loving, he respects others, if they respect him, he can pass for an abnormal only at the first impression. But then you realize that he is more astute and smarter than all the doctors put together. In General, look and you will not regret it. The movie seems to be about a psychiatric hospital, but actually a little bit about all of us. About a society that, like that mother cuckoo, mercilessly gets rid of its children, and thank you for being so humane. Just throws them up and with a light heart flies on, and never remembers that they were once. I just thought, when I first watched the movie, why the cuckoo’s nest? And then this thought came to mind, then such are the mentally ill, they are not needed by anyone( and even their relatives). And their home for life sometimes becomes a hospital-one big, common nest for such “cuckoos”. Only here are cuckoos in nature, their foster “parents” still feed, water and love in their own way. And no one likes these people. They’re just being taken care of because they need to be.

17. Goodfellas  (1990)

Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Paul Sorvino, and Joe Pesci publicity portrait for the film ‘Goodfellas’, 1990. (Photo by Warner Brothers/Getty Images)

This movie now perhaps has become a classic. Nineteen-nineties-“Once upon a time in America” and “the Godfather” are in the past, but it’s not time for “Big Kush” and “Rock’ n ‘roll”yet. Martin Scorsese’s movies (if, of course, we are talking about cult best movies to watch) and the movie “Nice guys” are a vivid example of this. Here we have the pleasure of seeing the young ones: Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liota. Motive for thug romance, a life in which everything happens quickly and vividly. These people don’t think about the future and the consequences – they are “here and now”, they are nice guys. A young man is taken at a young age into a serious gang, and he grows at lightning speed in his uncomplicated career. Around wealth, respect, the best women. Everything is exactly as confused teenagers imagine, who strive to take everything they want from life at once. And the more of this “all” you took, the less calm you are destined to see. At first glance, the movie may seem to promote a gangster way of thinking, but it is worth watching the movie in its entirety and analyzing the moral, based on the overall picture. Then there is no doubt: the movie is about the opposite propaganda. All the characters here are like moths: they light up brightly and burn out quickly. There is not much to choose from: either you are killed sooner or later by “your own”, or you go to prison. And nice guys are well aware of this, they are like gamblers, put their lives on ” zero “and, based on the philosophy of” live once”, plunge into the arms of paranoia. After all, as you know: waiting for death is worse than death itself.

16. The Matrix (1999)

Even the Zulus seem to know about the fantastic action movie called “the Matrix”. And I somehow lived all the time and did not see a single part of the movie. The only exception was a small piece in the Goblin translation a long time ago. I tried to watch this movie many times. There were exactly ten attempts in total. I always stopped watching it because it wasn’t interesting. I just wasn’t ready then and my head worked differently. Now everything is clear. I watched three parts about a month ago, when they were on TV at night. The first part of the movie “the Matrix” really absolutely deservedly can be called a cult. You can talk about this movie for hours. Are you off topic? Have you ever thought about such simple questions that I personally worried about from early childhood, such as why black is black, why is sugar sweet, why it smells like this, why do we remember dreams in fragments? Maybe the reality in my dreams? Maybe they are specially washed? Are we all computer programs designed to feed more advanced computer intelligence? You definitely need to look at the Matrix and try to find the answer to the question “what world do we live in: in the world of illusions or in the real world?”.

15. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Episode V) (1980)

“Star wars: Episode 5 the Empire strikes back” (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back) — the fifth part of the space Saga, which does not exactly disappoint. There is everything from the Star Wars universe: a dramatic drama (perhaps one of the most dramatic of all episodes, but which gave rise to a huge pile of parodies); adventures of familiar characters (Yes, and on new unknown planets-too); traditional “PIU-PIU” and lightsabers (have you noticed that the blades of rays have a flattened shape, like the usual weapons of this type?); robotic military vehicles and all sorts of aircraft (kuda OK without them!); alien creatures (and intelligent aliens); love line (and other corporate identity); well, the movie is not left without development (with deepening) of the script. The picture was slightly “washed”, but all sorts of fishing lines over objects floating in the air still remained, so the classics were not violated. As always, there are illogical (absurd?) fragments, but they want (and often get) to find explanations and justify their motives. The sound brings joy to the ears, and the picture is classic, but with updated (added?) moments of animation and special effects.

14. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

The movie is simply a masterpiece, no worse than the first part, although each of the parts can not exist separately-it is one story of magic and adventure. In “The Two Towers”, our characters are divided, but this does not lose the movie’s entertainment. Frodo and Sam: Two small hobbits, in whose hands lies the fate of all middle-earth, continue to go to Mordor. On the way they meet many difficulties and dangers, the ring gradually takes over Frodo’s soul, but his faithful friend Sam the gardener supports him with all his might. I also liked Gollum and his split personality. The other two hobbits, Merry and Pippin are not far behind from their counterparts. Small, brave they were able to lead an army of strange creatures. But most of all I liked the trio of elf, human and dwarf. Aragorn, Legalas and Gimli. But my favorite character is still Aragorn, a brave, brave and desperate warrior. A decent performance of the actors, excellent Director’s work made this movie a real legend, which will remain popular in its genre for many years to come.

13. Inception (2010)

Cool movie, but you need to watch very carefully, otherwise the thread of the plot is lost. A very unusual fantasy story, but very confusing. People have learned to get into the subconscious of a person during sleep and, taking advantage of the fact that in a dream a person can not control himself and perceives the dream as reality, it is possible to get information from the subconscious of a person. This is what a group of thieves for hire does. But one day they were faced with the task not to steal, but to put the right idea in someone else’s subconscious. The movie is somewhat difficult to perceive, because the characters in it are simultaneously in several planes-reality, dream, dream within a dream. Personally, it was hard for me to track down where what was happening and why. It is worth noting a very interesting computer graphics, with the help of which the viewer was shown the subconscious of the characters, interesting shooting in several planes at once, then a person is walking along the corridor, but he is already moving along the wall, etc. Fights, shootouts, chases, changing the scene of action-everything happens quite quickly, events are very layered. In the main role of Leonardo Dicaprio, he is always on top, although this is not his best role.

12. Forrest Gump (1994)

The movie “forrest Gump” tells us the story of a man from childhood with a bit of a mental disability. As a child, he had a spine “like a question mark” and problems with his legs. They didn’t want to take him to school because his IQ is a little low, but his mother still arranged for him to go to school. On the school bus, he met the love of his life, Jenny. One day the boys from school decided to make fun of Forrest when they were coming home with Jenny. Jenny said “Run forest” and he ran and miraculously healed his legs. After this incident, he constantly ran, just like that, he really liked to run and running played a fairly important role in his life. With the help of running, he got to University and graduated. And then there was the army and the war, where forest’s run saved quite a few lives. After the army, there was honor and respect. Then the wealth. Whatever Gump did, he did just fine. He always helped everyone in any way he could, with actions and advice. But all this was not necessary for forest, he needed Jenny, whom he had loved since the day he met her on the school bus. Jenny didn’t take forest’s love seriously, and when she realized that she loved him, it was a little late. The movie evokes a lot of different kinds of emotions and thoughts that cannot be described in simple words. It shows the virtue of a person and good nature that not everyone in life has to meet. Forest lived for people and helped them as much as he could. The movie is simply a masterpiece and there is no other way to call it. If the world had more people like Forrest Gump, then maybe our world would be better and people are not so heartless. I am still impressed by this movie and can’t help but think about it. I’ll probably review it ten more times for sure. I advise you to do the same. This is a really strong movie.

11. Fight Club (1999)

Cool dramatic action movie. It has everything you need: drama, Thriller, action, crime. Two-plus hours of thrills and surprises. David Fincher is just great! Of course, Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. A terrific acting Duo. They both played their roles just fine. A real confrontation! And Helena Bonham Carter is my favorite! I adore her, a miracle, not an actress! I watched the movie two or three times and each time with pleasure. This movie has already become a legend. Everything about it is cool. Especially the plot, so famously everything is twisted… goosebumps run throughout the entire viewing. So, fans of everything interesting, psychological and unpredictable-watch it! I recommend it! What is this movie about? The bored main character is already completely desperate. Nothing interesting happens in his life… And then, one day, he meets a man who suddenly becomes interesting to him. It turns everything upside down. And what exactly is happening, I advise you to see for yourself. It will be interesting!

10. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

Excellent movie. Best movie adaptation. Real masterpiece. And it may not be very original, but it’s true. Excellent landscapes, make-up of heroes, Titanic work of Director Peter Jackson will forever leave “the Lord of the Rings” the best movie of its genre. But the actors and their characters deserve the most attention. Elijah Wood as Frodo. He perfectly coped with the role of the hobbit, despite the youth of the novice actor. Sean Astin as Sam. Sam is Frodo and his uncle’s gardener. Sean Astin, thoroughly conveyed the image of Sam from Tolkien’s book. Ian McKellen as Gandalf. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role. He also passed the perfect, bookish Gandalf. Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn. He looks like Aragorn. In addition to appearance, the actor also played a great role. I can talk about the actors for a very long time, but the fact remains that they all played their characters wonderfully. The first part is not like the second and third. There are no large-scale battles, but it is more sensual or something. The first part reveals to us the characters of the main characters.

9. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

The year 1966 came, and one of the most powerful, iconic, canonical movies appeared in the world of cinema. “The good, the bad and the ugly” – not just Western. He is a symbol of the entire gangster world cinema. You can still write and talk a lot about this movie. There is no limit to my admiration. The movie’s Director, Sergio Leone, is a genius. He created his own separate planet of cinema, and in it his artistic world is inimitable. Silent characters, a large amount of violence, tense pauses, close-up plans of the characters ‘ faces, filigree framing – all this is due to don Leone. “People are divided into two classes — those who have a revolver loaded, and those who dig. You dig» That’s the whole idea of the movie. The world is divided into components. If you have a loaded revolver in your hands, then you can decide your fate. If you dig, you can dig not only a grave, but also good luck. Against the background of scurrying inveterate thugs, where the shootings do not subside, the chase does not stop and there is a thirst for profit, the idea of the senselessness and absurdity of all wars on earth, as well as the lack of good goals in them, is very clearly built. Leone does not seek salvation for his heroes. On the contrary, the inevitable death is shown in the dramatic ending of the movie. And as a result, the bad and evil die, and the good ones stay alive, and even with their kush torn off.

8. Pulp Fiction (1994)

How many years have passed, and the cult of personality of Quentin Tarantino is growing and growing. It is impossible to believe that once this man was so in need of 50 thousand dollars that he asked for the script of “True love”, because he needed money to shoot”Mad dogs”.

“Pulp fiction” came a long way to me, because the love for Tarantino swelled only over the years. Once, contrary to public opinion, I found something valuable in his “proof of death” and began to look more closely at his new movies. Finally, I began to wait for them along with a crowd of millions of fans. But even now, “Pulp fiction” doesn’t exist entirely for me. I usually watch my favorite couple, Travolta with Samuel L. Jackson at the beginning and end, and Travolta with Uma Thurman at the restaurant. The movie is generally both hamburgers and shooting in between orders. A certain famous actor whose name I have to constantly spy on, I can not remember it, I only associate with the fact that, taking a watch from a certain part of the body, he gave it to Bruce Willes. In General, the middle part interests me much less. And the long rants of Travolta and Jackson, I’m ready to watch forever. It is pointless to recommend Tarantino’s movies, but I still consider “Proof of death” to be the most underrated movie of this Director. What should I write here? The movie is iconic, and Tarantino is Tarantino.

7. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

A great ending to the best fantasy story ever. The movie lasts more than 4 hours, but you still watch it with great interest. Preparation for the Battle of Minas Tirith and the campaign to Mordor are the most spectacular moments, especially the arrival of Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas. And although not everything in the movie adaptation turned out exactly as described in the book. Some moments are missed and some details are changed, but all this looks insignificant against the General background of the epic movie. Everything in the movie is on top. And the acting of all the characters, even minor ones, and the Director’s work. The actors play as well as in the previous parts. The hobbit is on top of things. It is always difficult to make a movie based on a book, especially one that became a cult long before the movie adaptation. Peter Jackson was faced with an extremely difficult task, which, however, he coped just fine. This masterpiece can rightly be called one of the best movie adaptations of a science fiction book.

6. Schindler’s List (1993)

Movies about wartime are always interesting. But when I turned on the movie “Schindler’s List”, I didn’t know that it was about Jews who were massively exterminated, that the movie runs for more than 3 hours, and I won’t notice this time when watching it. It is difficult to judge the degree of coolness of this movie, even though it was shot by the inimitable Steven Spielberg. And it is difficult to judge because the attitude to the second world war, to the Nazis and fascists, to the Germans and Jews, is different for everyone. And I would even say biased attitude in a bad sense of the word. It would sound terrible if I said that I had a good impression of the movie after watching it. What good is it when people, like homeless dogs, were caught, tortured, tortured, and killed. Moreover, the movie is based on a book written by one of the surviving prisoners. The movie is good in terms of delivery, in terms of raising this topic. Schindler’s list is a movie about the German Saviour of Jewish souls. Let his contribution was minimal in the scale of all the dead Jews,but this contribution was. A movie about humanity. The fact that you don’t need to collect everyone under one comb. If you’re German, you’re a Nazi and you’ll burn in hell. Who doesn’t ride is maskal. This is all nonsense. I love Ukrainians, no matter how badly they try to present them to me. Just as Schindler once fought for the lives of Jews, literally chased, fought for the right to save at least some of the people of this nationality. The movie is certainly painful and difficult. It was even harder to see the very Jews and their relatives on Schindler’s list. There is something to think about after watching this movie.

5. 12 Angry Men (1957)

Many people believe that in order for the movie to be of high quality, it must be very long and hard to shoot, well, a couple of years for sure. (Herman, for example ) Lumet completely refutes all these conversations. The person shoots movies almost once a year, and there are practically no passageways. However, back to “12 Angry Men”. The movie was shot in 1957. The plot is simple at first glance. 12 jurors are debating whether the teen is guilty of his father’s death, or not. When the movie starts, everything seems simple. Here’s the evidence, here’s the culprit. What is there to think ? Put the scoundrel in jail and that’s it ! However, as the case progresses, one of the jurors votes against ( and all must vote unanimously ). And then it started. The movie keeps you in suspense from beginning to end. And you, along with the jury, are first sure of the truth of the charges laid on the guy, and then together with them, as if you see the light and everything falls into place! For fans of the genre and just for those who like high – quality movies-it is recommended to watch.

4. The Dark Knight (2008)

After watching the first movie “Batman Begins” left a very negative impression. Everything was terrible there, and I’m sorry I saw it. Maybe the logical action would be not to go further, but, firstly, the next two parts have already been uploaded, secondly, between the release of each of them, enough time has passed to correct the previous errors (2005,2008,2012), and thirdly, I still believe in the power of the second parts, which should be better than the first, but are rare (the brightest positive example is “Terminator 2”, and from movies that few people have heard of, as a negative, we can note the botched continuation of “Perverse mask”). And, you know, the second part, called “the Dark knight”, really shot. As if a movie from another series ever happened. We may not have been able to master it all at once, but this did not prevent us from enjoying the space. There is a noticeable increase in the level of production, paid more attention to the details, shifted the focus from Wayne to Batman and, most importantly, finally introduced a worthy anti-hero. And it is impossible to note the excellent performance of the actor who played the role of the Joker. I haven’t seen Heath Ledger anywhere before, but I was so impressed with Him that now I just have to get at least partially acquainted with his work in the near future. Even now I can’t say whose Joker turned out to be cooler-Ledger or Phoenix (“Joker”) … um, it turns out that Heath starred in the disgusting”Brokeback mountain”. What is it called now? Taskbar? Well, not the point. In the Dark knight, the actor is impeccable. I don’t recommend spending time on the first part, but the second part is almost mandatory. Interesting, spectacular, bright and quite independent turned out to be a movie. 

3. The Godfather Part II (1974)

It’s a brilliant movie, all the actors are very professionally selected, the movie is not fake, it was shot very professionally, thank you for this Director. If you haven’t watched it, you will definitely watch it, and believe me, it’s worth it, you won’t regret it at all. The movie is as great as the first and third parts. I would like to see more and more such movies. This is a real gangster Saga that is inspiring. The Director wanted to show how the Italian mafia lives and he succeeded. Just five points I put on all parameters, and I tell you dear friends sincerely, look at it and will not regret it at all.

2. The Godfather (1972)

I watched the movie after I read the book a couple of times, so watching it resulted in another reading. It was shot very close to the text and this once prevented me from enjoying the movie itself to the full. I remember that as a child, I took the book “Seventeen moments of spring” and checked its stem, as they say in the movie of the same name with Tikhonov. It turned out word for word and became uninteresting. But even this poor-quality viewing, plus the tapes of the early nineties with the intermittent muttering of the demonic voice of the translator, did not prevent me from realizing that this is really the Godfather. Marlon Brando was so organically integrated into this role that since then I have not imagined him in any other capacity. I have not been able to appreciate Al Pacino, I have watched quite a lot of movies with his participation, but they all disappear from my head almost immediately. In the role of Michael carleone, and he is one of the main characters in the first part, this man made a strange impression on me (at that time I did not know this actor at all, this was the first movie with him), I thought his image was far-fetched, too cool Michael in the formative period, in any case, does not look at all like what the book by Mario Puzo suggested. The same goes for his girlfriend in the movie, Kay was supposed to be a modern, short-haired, Smoking girl in contrast to the traditional Patriarchal Italian women. There was also a phrase like, ” she looked like a washed-out rag representing America.” Very accurate and very true. Most of the other characters in the movie seem to have stepped out of the pages of the book. Coppola seems to have spent a lot of time casting. This Director did not become my favorite even with time, but I really love the work of his daughter. Here, for example, is the original movie “Somewhere”. Probably, the movie deserved all these numerous “Oscars”, in relation to Marlon Brando – this is undeniable, in all other respects, it became a movie for me. Which remained, as something rare, in 1972. Although, it would seem, what difference does it make, the post-war years are still described there. In General, the movie is worth watching at least for the reasons that it is a classic movie. And because of Nino Rota’s music.

1.The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

It’s amazing how long it took me to watch this movie. However, I became interested in it only after reading the book. And the book is very good. However, the same can be said about the movie. Yes, there are some nuances, but in General, the plot of the book is conveyed very clearly. The movie looks in one breath, although the plot seems to be simple: an innocent convicted guy gets into prison, and how he manages to live there. And it is to live, and not to exist like everyone else. Especially since he knows that he is sentenced to a very long term. A movie that gives you the opportunity to think about many things. A man like Andy Dufresne (played by Tim Robbins) can be an example of how to live and treat all the troubles. The entire cast is beautiful. Of course, Morgan Freeman could be singled out separately, but in my opinion, none of the actors stood out from the overall picture. This is a movie you need to watch.

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