Exploring The Diverse World of Movies

Exploring The Diverse World of Movies
Exploring The Diverse World of Movies
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Join us on a journey through some of the most iconic movies of the past few decades. In Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List,” we witness the incredible true story of a German businessman who saves the lives of over a thousand Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. In “The Da Vinci Code,” we follow Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon as he unravels a centuries-old mystery that threatens to shake the very foundations of Christianity. “Big Fish” takes us on a whimsical adventure through the life of a man whose tall tales have become legendary. Meanwhile, in “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”. We experience the epic conclusion to the epic fantasy trilogy that captivated audiences around the world. Finally, “Gremlins” depicts mischievous creatures besieging a small town during the Christmas season. So, here is the list of exploring the diverse world of movies.

Schindler’s List (1993)

 Schindler’s List The 1993 masterpiece directed by Steven Spielberg dedicated to the Shoah needs no introduction. Inspired by the true story of Oscar Schindler. A German industrialist who, risking his life and career, managed to save the lives of thousands of Jews from a tragic fate. The film received 12 Oscar nominations and saw 7 figurines.

The Da Vinci Code (2006)

An albino Opus Dei monk kills the curator of the Louvre, leading to the questioning of symbologist Robert Langdon in France and finding him guilty of the crime. Together with the curator’s niece, he will find himself solving a series of puzzles and mysteries hidden in Leonardo’s works to find the real culprit and … the Holy Grail.

Big Fish (2003) – Plot

Unmissable film of 2003 directed by Tim Burton and based on the homonymous novel by Daniel Wallace. Will Bloom and his father Edward feature in the story where Edward. A habitual storyteller has been recounting unbelievable tales since Will was young. It is only at his bedside, after a long distance, that Will will try to figure out who is really his father, starting from those incredible stories.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

Based on the third and final part of JRR Tolkien’s novel of the same name concludes the film trilogy of The Lord of the Rings. The film opens with Gollum’s past when two little hobbits out fishing find and fight (to the death). What turns out to be the One Ring at the bottom of the river. Returning to the present, the story picks up after the end of the second part.

Gremlins (1984)

A piece of 1980s cinema history arrives on Netflix. Little Gizmo is a singing beast with a tender heart. But if he eats after midnight or comes into contact with water. He generates ugly and bloodthirsty monsters. If you didn’t remember the 1984 Vision you really should watch it.

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