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Top 5 Hollywood movies of all time. Which I think you haven't watched it yet

Jurassic Park (1993)

It's a little hard to believe that director Schindler's List also came up with this dino adventure movie, but what's even more impressive is that the two films came out mere months apart. This could not be more different, but if you're looking for a film about these prehistoric creatures, stick to the classic. There's so much loving attention paid to the dinosaurs' look—there isn't a ton of CGI, with a greater reliance on practical effects—but more importantly, the human characters are just as interesting.

The Dark Knight (2008)

This second movie in the Batman trilogy is arguably the best of the bunch. Heath Ledger sets the standard what it takes to play the Joker, as he won an Oscar for his performance. Some say it's the best superhero film ever made and we have to agree.


Boyhood (2014)

Famously filmed by Richard Linklater over a 12-year period, the real star of this bittersweet epic is Patricia Arquette, who plays down-on-her-luck mom Olivia. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll question the nature of time itself—but you won't be able to stop watching.


Edward Scissorhands (1990)

Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder in the '90s were at the prime of their quirky weirdness in this Edward Burton flick that captures Depp as a human weapon with literal scissors for hands (but with lots of feelings, mind you). 


Back to the Future (1985)

This sci-fi movie sees Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly, a time traveler who drives his flying Delorean back into the '50s after an experiment gone wrong. Fun fact: the sequel is set in the far-away future, a.k.a. 2015.


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