7 Movies You Have To See Before You Die

The Greatest Movies of All Time?

It's a debate that millions of film fans have around the world every day: What is the best movie ever made? In truth, there isn't a correct answer to this question, but here at Green Beans, we've listed our top 7. Remember folks, this kind of topic is very subjective, so take a look at our best movies and please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

7. Vanilla Sky

 In at number seven is the superb remake of the Spanish original, Vanilla Sky. Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz are caught up in a vicious love triangle which leads to devastating consequences. Not everything is what it seems in this stunning film, with a crazy twist at the end leaving us all completely blown away.

6. The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight is the first and only comic book film to make it into any top list of movies. Christopher Nolan introduced a much darker themed superhero movie to our screens and since the the trend has continued. Stellar roles from Christian Bale and Heath Ledger helped set this film apart from any other of its kind. This was by far the best movie in Nolan's Batman trilogy.

5. Forrest Gump

Slow-witted Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother (Sally Field), he leads anything but a restricted life. This heart-warming tail of Gump's journey will have you bursting out with laughter one minute and crying in disbelief the next.

4. American History X

American History X is an incredibly touching movie that leaves a mark on how huge consequences can occur via some miss-leaded mindsets. Edward Norton demonstrated his magnificent acting credentials in this hugely popular hit in the late 90s.

3. The Green Mile

A stunning movie which is an adaptation of a Stephen King novel about The Green Mile. Led by another Tom Hanks master-class display, The Green Mile really does set itself in a class of its own, and is a definitely must see for all movie goers that just can't resist a touching slow burner with a big finish.

2. Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction is a truly iconic movie in the film word. Voted in 5th place on IMBd's top 250 films chart, this masterpiece by the peculiar Quentin Tarantino, paved the way for more 'screwed-up' movies of this genre, for years to come. Prepare to be confused.

1. The Shawshank Redemption

It's hard to find anyone that has a bad thing to say about The Shawshank Redemption. This stunning movie is based on a classic tail of injustice, and how far a man is willing to go to get his freedom back, touching many hearts along the way. If you haven't seen this amazing film yet, then what the heck are you waiting for?

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