We have listed the top 5 movies that have appeared in the last 26 years according to IMDb scores. I suggest you watch all the movies on the list that include legendary cult productions.
We usually try to understand whether a movie is good or not, based on the scores it gets. Although scores do not always show the correct result, they reflect this correctly, especially if a movie is good. IMDb, the world’s most famous site in such scoring systems, creates beautiful lists for the audience with lists such as top 250.
Today we will present you the best 5 movies of the last 26 years according to IMDb score. If you haven’t watched these movies yet, I suggest you don’t miss them.
5) Inception (2010)
Written and directed by the famous British director Christopher Nolan, The Inception movie is a science fiction movie whose music belongs to “Edith Piaf Non” and has many famous names in the cast. The movie, which was released on 30 July 2010, was shown among the best films of the last 26 years shortly after its release, and besides this, the best image management, visual effects, sound mixing, sound editing received an Oscar. In addition, it was selected as the best action movie at the Film Critics Awards in 2011, showing its success once again.
Leonardo DiCaprio, who starred in the film, Cobb, is a talented thief who specializes in extracting and stealing precious secrets from the depths of the subconscious at the moment when our minds are most vulnerable. At the same time, he has attributed everything he loves by attempting an international leak. After that, Cobb was presented with a life-changing proposal. With this proposal, Cobb and the professionals on his team sought to place the idea instead of stealing the perfect heist. If Cobb and his team can make it, they will have committed the perfect crime. Their plans and professionalism will be able to prepare them for dangerous enemies. Only Cobb can predict the arrival of this danger.
4) Pulp Fiction (1994)
Pulp Fiction is a film made by master director Quentin Tarantino. This movie came to life in 1994; has been appreciated by most viewers. It is ranked as one of Quentin Tarantino’s best movies by many authoritarians on social media. This movie is among the “cult” movies.
Honey Bunny and Pumpkin, our couple who are bored of their still lives and are looking for new adventures; they are amateur and petty robbers. On the other hand are our well-versed gangsters Vincent Vega and Jules, who went to punish dishonest people who delayed their payment to their bosses. Finally, our hero boxer decides to escape in exchange for bribery and changes the city. 3 others are brought together and the story of the movie begins there. The acting quality and background of the production are definitely worth seeing.
3) The Lord of the Rings:
The Return of the King (2003)
The last movie of the awesome trilogy, Return of the King, is perhaps the best movie of the series. In the Fellowship of the Ring, the subject began to be discussed and the characters were introduced, the war bells began to ring slowly in the Two Towers and we witnessed the first war. Now, in the last movie, the final war that will determine the fate of Middle-earth takes place. With this war between humans and Orcs, the answer to the questions of which race will survive and which race will disappear from these lands will come to light.
In this movie of the series, Frodo and Sam duo continue their way under the guidance of Smeagol. Our other heroes meet at Isengard. Frodo, Sam, and Smeagol try to take a secret path to Mordor to destroy the ring. Their purpose is to arrive at Mount Doom, where the ring is produced and can only be destroyed. In these journeys, Smeagol has different plans for them. After surviving various episodes, will Frodo, who reaches Mount Doom, escape the influence of the ring here, or will he try to rule the ring like Aragorn’s ancestors?
2) The Dark Knight (2008)
Nolan‘s knight brings Batman’s success in the comic book to the movie industry. He didn’t hesitate to sprinkle his creativity on the scenes. The movie gave Batman a new look with its never-ending action, spectacular shots and editing. Of course, when it comes to Nolan, a new or different look is inevitable. Sit back and enjoy the creativity and action.
The Dark Knight tells the story of Batman who takes on the rescue of Gotham Streets, which was turned into chaos with the appearance of the Joker, who poses a great threat to the public. A place cleansed of perpetrators can be threatened again after a while, and the struggle of those who roll up their sleeves is revived more acutely. Although Batman, Lieutenant Gordon and Prosecutor Harvey Dent team up to get the job done on Gotham Streets, the Joker‘s sudden appearance spoils things badly. It will not be easy to deal with his genius. Gotham is on the brink of ancient chaos. As Batman goes to the rescue again, he begins to question the meaning of his own existence. He really wanted to see if he had actually reduced the number of criminals.
1) The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Awarded for the Best film Oscar, directed by Frank Darabont, The Cost of Bondage, with its script and actors, took its first place in IMDb scoring. Many famous actors such as Tim Robbins (Andy), Morgan Freeman (Red), Bob Gunton (Warden) are among the veterans who add color to this drama genre and make it appeal to such a wide audience. In addition, the film received the “Best Cinematographer” award and the Japanese Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film by the American Association of Cinematographers.
The Shawshank Redemption is based on an awe-inspiring life story between two prisoners, Andy and Red, behind bars. The movie The Shawshank Redemption begins to stir when one of the prisoners, young and successful banker Andy Dufresne, was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering his wife and his lover.
Despite all kinds of beatings, torture and rape in Shawsank Prison where Andy is, Andy never loses his commitment to life and his optimism. With Andy’s attitude beginning to give hope to those around him, including the other prisoners, everyone in Andy can be attributed to the belief that there can be a free life even behind the bars.