1001 Movies Everyone Should See Before They Die

Chronicling the complete history of film making, from silent-era sensations such as D. W. Griffith’s controversial The Birth of a Nation, to Birdman, the 2015 Oscar winner for Best Picture and other Oscar nominees including Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Also described are Hollywood’s most memorable musicals, great dramas, screwball comedies, experimental “New Wave” films from 1950s and ‘60s Europe, major films noir, classic westerns, action and adventure films, and outstanding documentaries.

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