20 films you must see in your life

'Forrest Gump' (1994) -
This is the kind of film you can watch dozens of times and it will always amaze you.

'The Godfather' (1972) -
There's nothing like Francis Ford Coppola's depiction of the mob family of Don Vito Corleone. 

'Coming to America' (1988) -
This hilarious comedy with a sweet love story will leave a smile on your face.

'Casablanca' (1942) - Set in the early years of World War II in Casablanca, Morocco, this film stars Hollywood icons Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in a love story you won't forget.

'Parasite' (2019) -
Bong Joon-Ho's 'Parasite' is one of the best thrillers you could watch. 

'The Truman Show' (1998) -
Directed by Peter Wier, this film stars Jim Carrey as a man who realizes that his entire life is scripted for television on a large set populated by actors.

'Call Me by Your Name' (2017) -
Staring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, this heart-wrenching film chronicles their romantic relationship in Lombardy, Italy, in 1983.

'The Notebook' (2004) -
Based on Nicholas Sparks' 1996 novel, this film is a must-watch for all the hopeless romantics out there.

'You've Got Mail' (1998) -
Starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, this classic rom-com tells the story of two neighborhood bookstore rivals who absolutely hate each other in real life, but then fall in love.

'Moonlight' (2016) -
Barry Jenkins's 'Moonlight' is a beautifully filmed coming-of-age story of a gay black boy growing up in a housing project in Miami. 

'A Separation' (2011) -
This Iranian film follows a marriage sent into turmoil when the couple has to choose between leaving their country and staying to care for a relative. 

Life is Beautiful' (1997) -
Even if this Italian film is about the horrors of the Holocaust, it has plenty of comedic moments thanks to Roberto Benigni's breathtaking performance.

'Her' (2013) -
Starring Joaquin Phoenix, 'Her' imagines a not-so-distant future where a lonely man falls in love with his artificial intelligence operating system.

'Mean Girls' (2004) -
Written by the hilarious Tina Fey, no movie has ever spoofed high school culture as brilliantly as this one.

City of God' (2002) -
Set in the slums of Rio de Janeiro, this Brazilian film depicts the growth of organized crime between the end of the '60s and the beginning of the '80s.

'The Sound of Music' (1965) -
In this Academy Award-winning film, Julie Andrews plays an Austrian nun during World War II who becomes governess to the seven children of a retired naval officer.

'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' (1975) - This over-the-top, perfectly cast musical will not disappoint you.

'In the Mood for Love' (2000) -
This movie by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-Wai tells the compelling story of two married neighbors falling in love.

'Titanic' (1997) -
If you haven't watched 'Titanic,' please do so now! One of the highest-grossing movies of all time, it will leave you asking if Jack actually could fit on that door...

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