Whether you are in a chilling mood or you are feeling lonely, movies always play their part in keeping you entertained. If you are a movie buff like me, you always keep trying to reach out for newer stories to unfold. Always looking out for recommendations from friends and movie sites to see the movies that are must watch. We all understand that filmmaking is an art. It takes several components to fit together beautifully to give you a good film. We are discussing best movies that start with alphabet “S”. On account of several perceptible reasons, we have opted to keep “Superman”, “Spiderman” and “Starwars” series out because everybody knows that most of them are excellent movies and would occupy up most of the places on our film list.
1. Schindler’s List (1993)
The film is about a German named Oskar Schindler, who saved the lives of thousands of Jews by offering employment to them at his factory during the course of World War II. The film not only shows Schindler’s empathy but also significantly highlights the horrors of war. The film is directed by Steven Spielberg and acted by Liam Neesam and Ben Kingsley. Schindler’s list is 3hr 17 min long and hard to watch for many in the present time where everybody wants entertainment in small packets. The movie, however, is one of the masterpieces of Steven Spielberg that has been shot in black and white to give a dark theme. Liam Neesam and Ben Kingsley have done great roles. The film has won 7 Oscars and has won 78 other awards and 44 nominations.
2. Seven Samurai (1954)
A small village which was disturbed by bandits, approach an old samurai master for help who gathers a group of seven to help them. They teach them how to defend themselves. Akira Kurosawa is a master director. He made a film just post the war with a limited budget and limited resources having such detailed depictions of every character. The direction, the acting and the progression of the film keep you glued till the end. The film has been nominated for 2 Oscars and has won 5 other awards and 6 nominations.
3. Saving Private Ryan (1998)