7 Finest Iconic Films Ever Made

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Harakiri (1962)

Masaki Kobayashi's film probed the life of a man desperate to commit suicide and how his life changes when he enters a courtyard.

The Godfather (1972)

Francis Ford Coppola reworked cinema's idea of the mob with this family crime drama that was as starry as could be and yet filled from front to back with powerful moments.

Jaws (1975)

Steven Spielberg birthed the summer blockbuster with his men-at-sea adventure about an unlikely trio tracking down a killer shark.

Come and See (1985)

Elem Klimov reimagined the idea of war and the impact it has on a non-combatant population through this terrifying film.

Goodfellas (1990)

Martin Scorsese completely reframed the life of the criminal underworld in his popping, almost light-hearted idea of gangsters which becomes deadly serious all too suddenly.

City of God (2002)

Fernando Meirelles' drama about life in the slums of Rio de Janeiro took the world by storm, and reinvigorated a flagging interest in non-English cinema in the English-speaking world.

The Dark Knight (2008)

Christopher Nolan completely transformed the manner in which superhero films are perceived by delivering a rich cinematic experience within a compelling story.

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