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1. The Sound of Music (1965)

Rodgers & Hammerstein's cinematic treasure, "The Sound of Music" is the winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture. In this true-life story, Julie Andrews lights up the screen as Maria, a spirited young Austrian woman who leaves the convent to become a governess for Captain von Trapp's seven unruly children.

Her charm and songs soon win the hearts of the children - and their father. But when Nazi Germany unites with Austria, Maria is forced to attempt a daring escape with her new family.

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"This classical movie is so uplifting and full of the beauty of Austria that everyone should see it at least once."
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2. Barry Lyndon (1975)

How does an Irish lad without prospects become part of 18th-century English nobility? For Barry Lyndon, the answer is: any way he can! His climb to wealth and privilege is the enthralling focus of this sumptuous Stanley Kubrick version of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel. Costumes and sets were crafted in the era's designs and pioneering lenses were developed to shoot interiors and exteriors in natural light. The result is a cutting-edge movie bringing a historical period to vivid screen life like no other film before or since.

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"Possibly my favorite Kubrick movie. It is beautiful to look at, with the costumes, the gardens, the estates, the countryside, and the cinematography."
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3. Postmen in the Mountains (1999)

An old postman has spent his whole life delivering mail to the mountain of Hunan and is about to retire. His only son is due to take over his duties. As father and son journey through the mountains, the son begins to appreciate the toil and burden his father has to bear as postman for the villagers, and the old postman is also deeply moved as his son relates his mother's anxiety as she waits for him to return home from every trip.

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"Filmed on location, the natural scenery and cinematography are absolutely stunning. As the tale progresses, so does the relationship between the father and son."
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4. The Revenant (2015)

Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man’s epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald. Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption.

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"This is a remarkable and extraordinary film. It raises the filmmaking art to a different level. The direction, cinematography, editing, and sound are exceptional."
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5. Legends of the Fall (1994)

Epic tale of three brothers and their father living in the remote wilderness of 1900s USA and how their lives are affected by nature, history, war, love and betrayal. Legends of the Fall is a powerful story about three brothers struggling to stay together and the woman who comes between them.

Set in the plains of Montana, the beautiful cinematography is beautiful and the landscapes are equally stunning.

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"The shear magnificence of the sceneries, the ultimately fatalistic beauty of all the characters, and the emotional bond you develop for each of them makes for a totally enjoyable movie experience."
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6. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (2001)

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Rated PG-13

As the triumphant start of a trilogy, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring leaves you begging for more. By necessity, Peter Jackson's ambitious epic compresses J.R.R. Tolkien's classic The Lord of the Rings, but this robust adaptation maintains reverent allegiance to Tolkien's creation, instantly qualifying as one of the greatest fantasy films ever made. After the breaking of the Fellowship, Frodo and Sam journey to Mordor with the creature Gollum as their guide in The Two Towers. With The Return of the King, the greatest fantasy epic in film history draws to a grand and glorious conclusion.

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"The picture quality is beyond words. It's crisp and the colors are amazing. You really feel like you are viewing real life instead of a movie."
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7. The Hobbit Trilogy (2012)

The Hobbit Trilogy
Rated PG-13

Bilbo Baggins is swept into a quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from the fearsome dragon Smaug. Approached out of the blue by the wizard Gandalf the Grey, Bilbo finds himself joining a company of thirteen dwarves led by the legendary warrior, Thorin Oakenshield. The legendary journey takse them to the treasure room where Smaug sleeps, as they battle the orcs who stands in their way. Finally the Hobbit and the Dwarfs confronts the 5 armies who wants to take over the Kingdom of Erebor.

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"Literally this is a must have if you love the Hobbit. It's a work of art. I love how it looks and it looks great with my Lord of the Rings set."
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8. Pride & Prejudice (2005)

The glorious world of Jane Austen is at last brought back to the big screen in all its romance, wit, and emotional force in Pride & Prejudice. Faithful to the setting and period of the beloved novel and filmed entirely on location in the U.K., this is the first movie version of the story in 65 years.

The classic tale of love and misunderstanding unfolds in class-conscious England near the close of the 18th century. The five Bennet sisters – Elizabeth, or Lizzie, Jane, Lydia, Mary, and Kitty – have been raised well aware of their mother's fixation on finding them husbands and securing set futures.

What customers are saying

"Very beautiful scenary and dialogue faithful to the book. Some scenes were combined but it all made sense. Casting was believable. Very enjoyable."
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9. Days of Heaven (1978)

One-of-a-kind filmmaker-philosopher Terrence Malick has created some of the most visually arresting movies of the twentieth century, and his glorious period tragedy Days of Heaven, featuring Oscar-winning cinematography by Nestor Almendros, stands out among them.

In 1910, a Chicago steel worker accidentally kills his supervisor and flees to the Texas panhandle with his girlfriend and little sister to work harvesting wheat in the fields of a stoic farmer. A love triangle, a swarm of locusts, a hellish fireMalick captures it all with dreamlike authenticity, creating at once a timeless American idyll and a gritty evocation of turn-of-the-century labor.

What customers are saying

"This is one of the most beautiful movies I have ever watched. It is not complicated yet the emotions run deep and the narration style is so interesting."
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10. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

The phenomenally popular Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge is, in many ways, a perfect introduction to Bollywood. With a perfectly executed classic Hollywood boy-meets-girl plot, charismatic stars and great songs, it overflows with the specific kind of joy that only great Bollywood movies can produce. The film is dominated by Shah Rukh Khan, who careens through it like a hyperactive Cary Grant, charming everyone in his path and generally showing why he's been one of the most popular bollywood stars of the past decade. And who can forget the beautiful Kajol?

What customers are saying

"I am not from India, but this is one of my favorite films! The story is beautiful! The music, costumes, and scenery are wonderful, too."
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