Evergreen Movies to Watch on Your Next Movie Night with Familyby Sandeep Kumar Freelancer Article writer
The entertainment industry is rapidly evolving, with new movies being released every week. While some movies are worth a one-time watch, certain movies remain a classic. The charm of these evergreen movies never fades away. Whether you like comedy, thriller, adventure or biopics, we have some evergreen movies to enjoy this weekend.
Breakfast at Tiffany is a classic movie was released in 1961 and is based on the novel written by Truman Capote. This romantic comedy is a must watch for the flawless acting by Audrey Hepburn. This movie turned Audrey into a fashion icon and promoted the Tiffany brand. This movie won multiple Academy Awards. It is one of the top-grossing movies of all times. This is a must watch a family-friendly movie with some great musical numbers.
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Casablanca is a romantic drama is a classic World War II movie which remains a classic. The storyline focuses on an American expatriate stuck in the difficult choice of his love for a woman and helping her husband. It is a nice family watch a movie. You can also get blu-ray DVDs of this movie.
Lawrence of Arabia is an adventure movie is shot at spectacular locations of Spain, Morocco, Jordan, and England. Amazing performance by Peter O’Toole, the storyline showcases a British archeologist, military officer and World War I envoy to these areas. It’s a wonderful movie to watch on a big screen TV.
The Wizard of Oz (1939) produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, is adapted from the children book series with the same title. This musical fantasy movie is a full family entertainer and a hit with kids. Winning multiple Academy awards, this movie is one of the few films on UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register. It also features a beautiful song ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ sung by Judy Garland.
Gone with The Wind, based on a Pulitzer-winning novel, Gone with the Wind (1939) is a glamorized depiction of the Civil War era. This American classic is based on a turbulent love affair between a roguish man and a manipulative woman. This movie received many esteemed accolades including ten Academy Awards.
Pearl Harbour, a classic historical drama film Schindler’s List released in the year 1993 and produced by Steven Spielberg, is based on the novel Schindler’s Ark by Thomas Keneally, the story revolves around the plot of a German businessman saving the life of a thousand Polish-Jewish refugees from the Holocaust. This brilliant movie is a must watch to understand the struggle of the Jews during the Nazi reign in Europe.
Make the most of your movie nights with these classic films. These movies are not only entertaining, but it also imparts some life lessons. We recommend you renting a blu-ray DVD of these movies to have the best movie night experience.
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