1- The Godfather, Part Two
The second part of the Godfather’s trilogy lasts for approximately 200 minutes, and the story of the Corleone family continues.
The film focuses on the early life of Vito Corleone in New York City, in conjunction with the younger son Michael taking over the mafia family.
The film starring Al Pacino, Robert Duval, Diane Keaton and Robert De Niro.
The screenplay was written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, on the novel “The Godfather” by Mario Pozo, who also co-wrote the script, and the film won six Oscars.
The film was rated 9.0 on “IMDb” and released in 1974.
The entire series is approximately nine hours long.
2- The Lord of the Rings “The Return of the King”
The third part of the “King of the Rings” series, adapted from a long novel of the same name.
This section bears the conclusion of the long saga, with the arrival of Gandalf and Aragon and their leadership of the “Men’s Army” against the Sauron Army, and the actions of Frodo and Sam by approaching “Mount Dome” and disposing of the ring.
The film is starring Elia Wood, Vigo Mortensen and Ian MacLean.
The film was directed by Peter Jackson and written by Fran Fran Walsh, while the novel was written by JR Tolkien and screened in 2003.
The film won 11 Oscars, along with 199 other awards and 122 nominations.
The duration of the entire series is approximately eight hours.
The film was rated 8.9 on “IMDb”.
3- The Seven Samurai
The film was directed by one of the best movie directors in its history, Japanese Akira Kurosawa, in addition to co-writing the film alongside Shinbo Hashimoto.
The film tells of a poor village being attacked by gangs, and seven samurai defend it.
The film won two Oscars, starring Toshiro Mifune and Takashi Shimura.
The film was shown in 1954, and it is considered one of the classics of world cinema. It was quoted from the movie “The Seven Great” in the United States of America, and “Shams Al-Zenati” in the Arabic version.
The film lasts approximately three hours and is rated 8.6.
“Magnolia” tells the story of several interconnected characters searching for love and forgiveness in an area called the San Fernando Valley.
The film starring Tom Cruise, Jason Robards and Julianne Moore.
Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, it premiered in 1999, and won three Oscars and 28 other awards.
The film lasts more than three hours, and it garnered a rating of 8.0.
5- He went with the wind
“Gone with the Wind,” which was screened in 1939, is adapted from a novel of the same name.
The film tells the story of a love affair between a playful woman and an “outrageous” man, according to the definition of “IMDb”, in the heat of the American Civil War.
The film is four hours long, starring Clark Gable, Vivienne Lev and Thomas Mitchell, directed by Victor Fleming and George Coker and shown in 1939.
The script was written by Sydney Howard, and the film grossed eight Oscars, with a score of 8.1.