10 Must-Watch Movies For Every Generation

From time to time, movie power can randomize the audience's feelings and let people stand there until the last frame is presented. These inspiring visuals come from awesome scriptwriting, beautiful direction, and intelligent acting. Here are the top ten greatest suspenseful movies that make for an adventurous trip, taking you from one settling climax to the next.

1. Inception (2010)

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Nolan's well-thought-provoking movie, Inception, delivers people into a mental roller coaster. The film contains a brilliant cast of world celebrities, with Leonardo DiCaprio as the head, and explores the theme of communal dreaming, which leads the viewers to conflate reality with imagination. Firstly, the way the plot is stitched seamlessly by Nolan and Hans Zimmer's music produces a remarkable atmosphere in which the audience is an active reader in the intricate storyline.

2. Se7en (1995)

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The film Se7en, directed by David Fincher, is an amazing crime thriller where Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt, detectives, try to reveal seven murders that are the embodiment of 7 deadly sins. Fincher's clever direction and forceful portrayal of the top cast make A Clockwork Orange look strange, and goosebumps run down your spine as he shows how morality affects and controls the minds of people.

3. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

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The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme, has transformed into a psychological horror in which Jodie Foster and Sir Anthony Hopkins are seen as Clarice Starling and Dr. Lecter. The film combines an unusual plot with the fact that the investigating officer, not only Starling, seeks aid from Lecter, the very killer they're hunting, on capturing another, yet another serial killer. With the extraordinary performance of the detainer, which delivers a thrill similar to the traditional one, the outstanding movie belongs to the same genre as the classical one.

4. The Departed (2006)

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The Departed stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicholson in Martin Scorsese's crime thriller considered one of the best-ever Ocean-themed movies. The film delves into the symbiotic and deadly dealings between the Massachusetts State Police and the Irish Mob, creating a tangled web of deception and betrayal. Its gripping makes and stellar performances by the cast place us smack dab in the middle of the cat-and-mouse game from the very first frame through to the closing curtain.

5. Get Out (2017)

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Jordan Peele's directorial debut is worth the hype as the comedian's fan-favorite horror romp manages to leg-kick sharp social commentary and frightening thrills in one fell swoop. Daniel Kaluuya also stars as Chris, a black man who spends the weekend at his white girlfriend's family's estate, where dark secrets are afoot. Peele's mastery of horror and Kaluuya's unforgettable performance combine to push Get Out into the rare echelon of an intellectually stimulating and jaw-dropping experience.

6. Shutter Island (2010)

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Martin Scorsese directed Shutter Island with Leonardo DiCaprio as the leading actor, and he was fantastic. The thriller, which was laden with psychological issues, followed U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels as he investigates the disappearance of a prisoner from a hospital for the criminally insane located on an island. As the mysterious atmosphere of the film combined beautifully with the incredible performance of DiCaprio, we were left in awe for a few seconds prior to the final stunning reveal.

7. Memento (2000)

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The Memento, by Christopher Nolan, is an intricate mystery that centers on Leonard, played by Guy Pearce, who has a memory deficit and wants to solve the murder of his wife despite having short-term memory loss. Nolan's unconventional narrative device and Pearce's superlative performance culminate in a taut and absorbing viewing experience, with the plots coming together as the marvelous picture slowly takes shape.

8. Prisoners (2013)

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In the film directed by Denis Villeneuve, titled Prisoners, the story revolves around the abduction of a couple's two daughters. Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman play both characters. With the disappearance of two young girls, the movie introduces viewers to the journey of the families as they endure the ordeal with their psyche and, simultaneously, to the bitter pursuit of justice. In terms of atmosphere and outstanding cast performances, this film prevails over the audience with an emotionally demanding and suspenseful story.

9. The Sixth Sense (1999)

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The Sixth Sense by director M. Night Shyamalan is a paranormal thriller about a little boy who can see and communicate with the dead. Bruce Willis is the main performer, a sports psychologist attempting to help the child and struggling with his issues at the same time. Shyamalan's twist ending and the disturbing setting of the film helped shape this truly unique cinematographic, which fades not away once the end credits roll.

10. Gone Girl (2014)

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Directed by David Fincher, based on Gillian Flynn's best seller and set in the Northwestern U.S., Gone Girl is a movie-tester centered around Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike's characters. The movie delves into the intricacies of marriage and media manipulation embedded in the Amanda Clayton case as the role of media manipulation takes center stage. The director's and the stars' great attention to detail ensures that viewers will be addicted to the screen, keeping their mouths open and wondering what unexpected plot turns may occur.

“Normal For Boomers In The 80s And Taboo Today” 10 Unacceptable Things Boomers Did That Would Never Happen Now

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The society in which you live today has some specific norms. If you compare it to the Boomers' generation, you'll realize that you can't do everything that they did in their time. There are many things baby boomers enjoyed as a part of their childhood.

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Gen Z or Gen Alpha can't even imagine doing those things, as it is way unacceptable in this era. Here are a few things Baby Boomers got away with but is a common thing today:

“The South Isn’t Friendly” 12 Dangerous U.S. Cities You May Want To Move To Before Visiting, Don’t Make That Mistake

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Being a well-developed and reputed kingdom, the United States tends to attract many people to visit or migrate. This kingdom has many beautiful states and cities. Their charm attracts people all around the World. But along with these modernized and developed cities, some cities are notorious for their insecure environment. Living or moving to this city may indulge you in difficulties.

“She Supports Donald Trump?” 10 Surprising Stars Who Support The Former President

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There are many stars who support the former president that will surprise you.

“Please, God, Don’t Order That” 10 Menu Items Fast Food Workers Dread Preparing

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Fast food workers encounter a wide variety of customer requests and menu items every day, but there are certain orders that they simply dread making. These items can be particularly challenging or time-consuming to prepare, causing frustration among the employees.

“Thrilling From The First Episode” 10 TV Shows That Will Kill Boredom

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A pilot episode can make or break a series. Here are 10 iconic pilot episodes.

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