These 7 movies cannot be missed in this life!

What kind of movie is considered classic? There is no specific measure.

But some films can stand the test of time, and some are quickly forgotten.

The classic part of a movie may be that the performance of the actors is memorable, or the meaning conveyed by the movie itself is thought-provoking.

Today, I recommend these 7 very classic videos for you, many of which you should have seen.                                                                         

                                                                     01  Unforgiven (1992)

The film "Unforgivable" was a self-directed film directed by Clint Eastwood in 1993. At the same time, this is his 10th western film.

In the 65th Oscar Awards in 1993, the film won four golden images, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Film Editing. It is another victory for Westerns.

In Kansas and Wyoming in 1880, William Munny was a notorious murderer. Since he was married to beautiful Claudia and had two children, Manny decided to abandon evil and do good, and live a normal life.

But two years later, there was a vicious incident in the town of Grand Whisky, Wyoming, in which a prostitute was beaten and a prostitute was disfigured. The prostitutes were very angry and could not wait to hang themselves. Little Bill let them lose everything after losing seven horses. The prostitutes were furious, and they raised money to find someone to kill the two cowboys.

Manny was unwilling to get involved in this sinful act, but in order to have a lot of bounty and to allow young children to live a rich life, farewell to the 11 years of the gunman's career, Manny decided to resume his old career and participate The hunt ...

Classic lines:

Do you know why people become weak? That's because of fear of losing.

Do you know what is more difficult than death? It is forgiveness. Because you can forgive after suffering for a long time!

                                                                                                            02  Leon: The Professional (1994)

"This Killer Is Not Too Cold" was released in 1994. It was written and directed by French director Luc Besson, starring Jean Renault, Gary Oldman and Natalie Portman.

The film has become a classic with its excellent lens control and deep excavation of human good and evil. The film has been nominated for the best film by the Japan Film Academy Awards, and the French Caesar Award includes best director, best actor, Seven heavyweight nominations for best photography, best editing, and more.

The film tells the story of a professional killer Leon inadvertently rescued a young girl Matilda who was killed by his family. He and the little girl have an affection for each other. Finally, he died in order to save Matilda.

Classic lines:

Is life always this hard, or is it just when you are a kid?

Always like this.

                                                                                              03  Back to the Future (1985)

"Back to the Future" in 1985 tells the story of high school student Martin driving a time machine accidentally back to 1955. The film gives time travel a new imagination, the plot is thrilling, the dialogue is humorous and interesting, and it is endlessly memorable.

"Back to the Future 2" in 1989 continues the storyline of the first episode and introduces the concept of parallel universes. 1990's Back to the Future 3 brought the story to the 19th century western cowboy world.

The film is a textbook that traveled through time and space and was copied by countless newcomers. Every time I watch Zemigis's script, it is like a perfect score of Field's play. At the beginning of the process, how to grasp the contradictions, bury details, and control the rhythm, especially the gorgeous and smooth two-line setting at the climax. Coming is still exciting.

From a sociological point of view, the film can also be regarded as a miniature of American society for half a century. It's a shame that life is like a white horse.

The film tells people that the future is not set in stone, but in their own hands. Each film is full of comedy, but also has a deep moral meaning, which is thought-provoking.

Classic lines:

"Roads? Where we ’re going we do n’t need ... roads."

                                                                                    04  Braveheart (1995)

"Brave Heart" is a war movie produced by Paramount Pictures, directed by Mel Gibson, starring Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau, Katherine McMark and others.

The film is based on the court politics of England from the 13th to the 14th centuries, with war at the core, and tells the story of the indomitable struggle between the Scottish uprising leader William Wallace and the rulers of England.

The film was released in the United States in May 1995. In 1996, the film won five awards including best film and best director at the 68th Academy Awards.

This is my favorite movie, picture, music, scene, theme, actor ..., everything can be said to be Perfect!

Classic lines:

Wallace “Aye, fight and you may die. Run and you'll live… at least a while. And dying in your beds many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days from this day to that for one chance— just one chance to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom! "

                                                                                                             05 Gandhi (1982)  

This film records the great life of the epic legend of Mahatma Gandhi of India.

In 1893, 24-year-old Gandhi (Ben Kingsley) was invited to South Africa to serve as a lawyer, determined to lead non-violent and non-cooperative protests to Indian immigrants, and was jailed.

After being released from prison, Gandhi returned to the motherland, established a monk practice in the Machilang area, joined the Indian Independence Movement led by the Congress Party, and promoted the concept of nonviolence and non-cooperation.

Gandhi was jailed four times during the movement; with his unremitting efforts and the leadership of the Congress Party, India's independence was finally on the agenda, and Gandhi also went to London in 1931 to participate in a round table to discuss independence.

However, with the approach of independence, the religious contradictions between Muslims and Hindu people in India have become increasingly prominent, and Gandhi's concept of non-violence and non-cooperation is facing more severe new challenges ...

This film won the Best Picture of 1982 Oscar, Best Director (Richard Attenborough), Best Actor (Ben Kingsley), Best Original Script, Best Art Direction, Best There are eight awards for photography, best costume design and best editing.

Classic lines:

Gandhi "When I despair, I remember that the way of truth and love has always won. There may be tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it: always . "

                                                                                                         06 The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

The movie received a 9.6 rating on Douban, and the book and movie are great. I believe no one will dislike it.

In the late 1940s, the young and successful young banker Andy (Tim Robbins) was jailed for killing his wife and her lover. In this prison called Shawshank, hope seemed empty, and the punishment of life imprisonment undoubtedly destined Andy's next life in despair.

Before long, Andy tried to approach the prestigious Red (Morgan Freeman) among the prisoners and asked the other party to help himself with a small hammer.

Taking this as an opportunity, the two gradually became familiar, and Andy also seemed to find his own way of survival in a jail of mixed fish and dragon, sin and black and white. He used his expertise to help prison management evade taxes and money laundering, and at the same time, gradually gained courtesy among prisoners by virtue of his interaction with Rhett.

On the face of it, he had changed from hatred to indifference to the high wall like Rhett, but his desire for freedom still pushed him towards the hope and goal in his heart. The truth about his crimes seems to have taken all this one step further.

Classic lines:

Takes a strong man to save himself, and a great man to save another.

These walls are kind of funny like that. First you hate them, then you get used to them. Enough time passed, get so you depend on them. That's institution alized.

                                                                                                             07  Forrest Gump (1994)

It transcends times and tells a fictional story. The protagonist is the youngest, sweetest, most honest, and most innocent young person you have ever seen in this world.

A-Gump (Tom Hanks) was born shortly after the end of World War II in a closed town in southern Alabama. He was inherently mentally handicapped and had an IQ of 75. However, his mother is a strong-character woman. Encourage A-Gump to "stupid have stupid blessings" and ask him to keep improving.

A-Gump goes to school like an ordinary child, and knows her lifelong friend and love Jenny (Robin Wright Penn). With the love of Jenny and her mother, A-Gump starts a lifetime with the "scuds" given by God. Stop running.

In the movie, A-Gump constantly overcomes difficulties one after another and out of adversity one after another. His life was made up of heroic acts reported in the news on any given day. Every aspect of the movie is perfect, even if you watch it a hundred times you won't get bored.

Classic lines:

"Stupid is as stupid does."