Top 30 everyone’s favourite movies of Steven Spielberg

Top 30 everyone’s favourite movies of Steven Spielberg

Top 30 everyone’s favourite movies of Steven Spielberg

A.I. Artificial Intelligence – 2001

David (Haley Joel Osment) is a robotic child who becomes the first robot to be programmed to love after being adopted as a test case by a Cybertronics employee (Sam Robards) and his wife (Frances O’Connor). Despite the fact that he progressively becomes their kid, a sequence of unforeseen events render David’s life difficult. David starts on a quest to explore where he truly belongs, revealing a world in which the boundary between robot and machine is both broad and deeply thin. Without ultimate acceptance from people or machines, David begins on a trip to discover where he truly belongs.

Catch Me If You Can – 2002

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After graduating from high school, Frank Abagnale, Jr. (Leonardo DiCaprio) worked as a doctor, a lawyer, and as a co-pilot for a major airline before turning 18 years old. He was a master of deceit as well as a superb forger, and it was his forgery skills that earned him his first true claim to fame: FBI Agent Carl Hanratty (Tom Hanks) makes it his top priority to apprehend Frank and bring him to jail, but Frank is always one step ahead of him. When Frank was 17 years old, he becomes the most successful bank robber in the history of the United States.

Amistad – 1997

During the year 1839, the slave ship Amistad set sail from Cuba to the United States. Cinque (Djimon Hounsou) is a slave leader who leads the slaves in an extraordinary rebellion throughout the lengthy journey. They are subsequently take into custody in Connecticut, where their eventual release is the subject of great discussion and controversy. Theodore Joadson (Morgan Freeman) is a freed slave who wants Cinque and the others exonerated. He seeks the assistance of property lawyer Roger Baldwin (Matthew McConaughey) to further his cause. After a while, John Quincy Adams (Anthony Hopkins) joins the party as well as an ally.

The Color Purple – 1985

Celie (Whoopi Goldberg) is the protagonist of an epic storey that spans forty years in her life as an African-American lady living in the South who endures terrible brutality and discrimination. The marriage of Celie’s violent father to the equally degrading “Mister” Albert Johnson (Danny Glover) takes a turn for the worse, and Celie is force to look for company wherever she can. She holds on to her goal of one day being reunit with her sister, who lives in Africa, and she perseveres. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Alice Walker.

Hook – 1991

A middle-age lawyer named Peter Banning (Robin Williams) returns to his magical roots as Peter Pan after his young children are stole by his old enemy, Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman). To do so, Peter must retrace his steps back in time to a time when he abandoned Neverland in order to focus on his family, leaving Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts) and the Lost Boys to fend for themselves. Given their animosity toward Peter as a result of his maturation — as well as their devotion to their new leader, Rufio — it’s possible that the old gang will not be please to see him.

The BFG – 2016

Sophie, a ten-year-old girl, is about to go on the most incredible journey of her life when she encounters the Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance). At first, the small child is understandably terrify, but she quickly discovers that the 24-foot monster is actually rather friendly and endearing. Sophie’s presence draws the unwanted attention of giants such as Bloodbottler, Fleshlumpeater, and others as their friendship increases in importance. Sophie and the BFG must persuade Queen Victoria to assist them in eliminating all of the evil giants once and for all after journeying to London.

The Sugarland Express – 1974

Lou-Jean (Goldie Hawn) and Clovis Poplin (William Atherton) are a marry couple of small-time thieves who have lost their kid to the state of Texas and are determine to do whatever it takes to get him back. Lou-Jean frees Clovis from prison, and the two of them kidnap their son from his foster home, as well as kidnapping and holding captive a highway patrol officer. As a large dragnet begins to follow them throughout Texas, the pair emerges as unusual folk heroes, and they even begin to form a relationship with the captured police officer.

1941 – 1979

After Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, residents of California descend into a wild panic, afraid that they might be the next target. Among them are Wild Bill Kelso (John Belushi), a crazed National Guard pilot; Sgt. Frank Tree (Dan Aykroyd), a patriotic, straight-laced tank crew commander; Ward Douglas (Ned Beatty), a civilian willing to help with the American war effort at any cost; and Maj. Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell (Robert Stack), who tries his hardest to maintain sanity amid the chaos.

The Terminal – 2004

The moment Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks), an Eastern European tourist, lands at New York’s John F. Kennedy World Airport, a civil war erupts in his home country, and he finds himself embroiled in international affairs. For reasons related to the conflict, the Department of Homeland Security will not allow him to enter or leave the United States. He’s stu-ck at JFK for the foreseeable future. Viktor develops feelings for a flight attendant when he is living at the airport (Catherine Zeta-Jones). It’s possible that she has affections for him as well. Then again, what good is love if Viktor is unable to leave the airport?

War of the Worlds – 2005

Scientist Clayton Forrester (Gene Barry) and Sylvia Van Buren (Ann Robinson) are the first to arrive at the site of a meteorite crash. Soon after, an alien war machine emerges and begins killing at random. The Marines are call in, but they’re no match for the aliens’ force field. Forrester and Van Buren, however, are able to wound one of the creatures and procure a sample of its blood. They take it to Los Angeles where they hope, through testing, to be able to discover the aliens’ weakness.

Minority Report – 2002

“Minority Report,” based on a tale by renowned science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, is an action-detective thriller se-t in Washington, D.C. in 2054, in which police use psychic technology to capture and punish criminals before they commit their crimes. Tom Cruise portrays the leader of this Precrime team, and he is himself accuse of the future murder of a guy he has never met before in the film.

The Adventures of Tintin – 2011

While shopping at an outdoor market, young reporter Tintin (Jamie Bell), accompanied by his faithful dog, Snowy, buys a model of an old ship called the Unicorn. A shady character named Sakharine (Daniel Craig) and later an American named Barnaby (Joe Starr) try to buy the model from him, but Tintin refuses. The lad discovers that the ship contains a clue about a hide treasure, but before he can locate it, Tintin is kidnapped and given over to the custody of drunken Capt. Haddock (Andy Serkis).

Lincoln – 2012

With the nation embroiled in still another year with the high death count of Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln brings the full measure of his passion, humanity and political skill to what would become his defining legacy: to end the war and permanently abolish slavery through the 13th Amendment. Having great courage, acumen and moral fortitude, Lincoln pushes forward to compel the nation, and those in government who oppose him, to aim toward a greater good for all mankind.

 Always – 1989

Firefighter Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) puts himself and his antique World War II aeroplane in danger on a never-ending and life-threatening mission to put out forest flames, much to the dismay of his lover, Dorinda (Julianne Moore) (Holly Hunter). Pete’s feelings for Dorinda, as well as the advise of colleague pilot Al (John Goodman), persuade him to leave up his dangerous profession, but he decides to fly one more mission. Although Pete rescues Al’s jet from impending destruction, he does so at the cost of a supernatural consequence.

Ready Player One – 2018

OASIS is an enormous virtual reality environment develop by eccentric James Halliday that provides people with a haven in the year 2045 when the world is on the verge of anarchy and collapse, yet many find refuge there. When Halliday passes away, he makes a promise to the first person who finds a digital Easter egg that has been place someplace in the OASIS that he would get his enormous fortune. The contest draws in a young boy named Wade Watts, who finds himself thrust into the role of unlikely hero in a reality-defying treasure hunt through a magical realm filled with intrigue, discovery, and peril.

Bridge of Spies – 2018

Francis Gary Powers, a United States pilot, is capture by the Soviet Union during the Cold War when his U-2 espionage plane is shot down by the Soviet Union. Powers is sentence to ten years in jail, and his last chance is New York lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks), who has been recruite by a CIA operative to negotiate his release. Powers is play by Tom Hanks. Donovan takes an aircraft bound for Berlin, where he hopes to secure the young man’s freedom through a prisoner swap arrangement there. Assuming all goes according to plan, the Russians will apprehend Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance), the convicted spy whom Donovan represented in court.

The Post – 2017

Katharine Graham is the very first female publisher of a major American newspaper, The Washington Post, and she did it in the early twentieth century. Graham, with the assistance of editor Ben Bradlee, is racing against the clock to catch up with The New York Times in order to reveal a major cover-up of government secrets that spans three decades and four U.S. administrations. They must work together to overcome their differences as they risk their careers — and even their lives — in order to assist in bringing long-buried facts to light.

Munich – 2005

Avner Kaufman (Eric Bana) is assign by the Israeli government to carry out a series of planned retaliations following the death of 11 Israeli athletes and their coach at the 1972 Olympics. Avner undertakes a worldwide operation, targeting 11 persons, with the assistance of a driver (Daniel Craig), a forger (Hanns Zischler), a bomb-maker (Mathieu Kassovitz), and a former soldier (Ciarán Hinds). Increasingly concerned about the morality of his acts as the assassinations mount, Avner begins to question his own conduct.

War Horse – 2011

Albert (Jeremy Irvine) and his horse, Joey, live on a farm in the English countryside with their two children. When World War I breaks out, Albert and Joey are separate forcefully when Albert’s father sells the horse to the British cavalry, thereby ending their relationship. Joey embarks on a voyage filled with danger, joy, and sadness against the backdrop of World War I, and he has the ability to alter everyone he meets along the way. Meanwhile, Albert, unable to forget his horse companion, wanders the battlefields of France in an attempt to locate Joey and return him to the United States.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade – 1989

When Indiana Jones’ father, a medievalist who has gone missing while looking for the Holy Grail, sets out to find him, he encounters a harrowing series of circumstances. Using the information contained in the old man’s notebook, Indy travels to Venice and recruits the assistance of a gorgeous professor. However, they are not the only ones on the hunt, and some dangerous old foes soon emerge from the shadows.

Empire of the Sun – 1987

After an invasion by the Japanese, Jamie Graham (Christian Bale), a wealthy English lad, is living in Shanghai when the Japanese invade and deport all foreigners to internment camps. Jamie gets kidnap with an American sailor call Basie (John Malkovich), who keeps an eye out for him as they are both he-ld captive in the same prison camp in the Bahamas. Jamie retains his dignity and young spirits despite the fact that he is separate from his parents and in a terrible environment, serving as a beacon of hope for the other captives who are ke-pt alongside him in captivity.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom – 1984

The sequel to the adventure. Indiana Jones, an intrepid archaeologist on the pursuit of wealth and fame in Old Shanghai, finds himself throw into a hazardous adventure in India when his ship is wreck. The mystical Sankara stone is on the hunt for Indie, who teams up with his loyal friend Short Round and nightclub singer Willie Scott in quest of it. Along the way, they unearth an ancient evil that threatens everyone who comes into contact with it.

Jurassic Park – 1993

Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), as well as mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), are among a limited group of people invite to explore an island theme park populated by dinosaurs produced from primordial DNA in Steven Spielberg’s huge movie. While the park’s mastermind, millionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), promises everyone that the facility is safe, they soon discover that this is not the case as a slew of dangerous predators escape and begin hunting in the surrounding area.

Saving Private Ryan – 1998

Captain John Miller (Tom Hanks) leads his soldiers beyond enemy lines in order to locate Private James Ryan, whose three brothers have all been kill in action in the war on terror. The men, while searching for Ryan and confront with the harsh reality of war, are draw together on a personal journey in which they learn about themselves and discover their own ability to prevail over an uncertain future with dignity, decency, and bravery.

Duel – 1971

David Mann (Dennis Weaver), a mild-mannered electronics salesman, is travelling cross-country on a two-lane highway when he comes across an ancient oil tanker piloted by an invisible driver who appears to take pleasure in causing him inconvenience by engaging in risky driving behaviour on the highway. David finds himself trapped in a hazardous game of cat and mouse with the demonic big rig after being unable to flee from it. When the pursuit grows to lethal proportions, David must channel his inner warrior in order to turn the tables on his tormentor.

Raiders of the Lost Ark – 1981

An epic narrative in which an intrepid archaeologist attempts to outwit a bunch of Nazis in order to recover a priceless religious artefact that is crucial to their ambitions for world dominance. Battling against his snake fear as well as his former girlfriend’s vengeance, Indiana Jones is always in danger, managing to make hair-breadth escapes at every turn in this tribute to the innocent adventure films of a bygone age of cinema.

E.T. The Extra Terrestrial 1982

Firstly, Elliott is a little child who comes upon a friendly extraterrestrial that has got stu-ck on Earth. Elliott befriends the creature and the two become fast friends (Henry Thomas). He brings the extraterrestrial into his suburban California home, where he introduces E.T. to his brother and his younger sister, Gertie (Drew Barrymore), and the children resolve to keep the alien’s presence a secret from the rest of the world. Soon after, however, E.T. becomes ill, prompting the government to intervene and placing both Elliott and the extraterrestrial in a precarious predicament.

Schindler’s List – 1993

As World War II begins in 1939, businessman Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) arrives in Krakow, eager to make his fortune from the conflict, which has only just begun. After joining the Nazi party solely for the sake of political expediency, he decides to staff his factory with Jewish workers for the same reason: political expediency. When the SS begins exterminating Jews in the Krakow ghetto, Schindler arranges for the protection of his workers in order to keep his business running. However, he quickly discovers that he is also saving the lives of innocent people in the process.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind – 1977

A science fiction adventure in which a group of humans seek to communicate with extraterrestrial intelligence. Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) observes an unexplained flying object and even gets a “sunburn” as a result of the UFO’s brilliant lights, which he uses to support his point. Roy is unwilling to accept any explanation for what he seen and is willing to risk his life in order to discover the truth about UFOs.

Jaws – 1975

Police Chief Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) is concern that a young woman is kill by a shark while skinny-dipping near the New England tourist town of Amity Island. Mayor Larry Vaughn (Murray Hamilton) overrules him, fearing that the loss of tourist revenue will cause the town to become bankrupt. In an epic struggle between man and nature, ichthyologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and veteran ship captain Quint (Robert Shaw) volunteer to assist Brody in capturing the deadly beast, and the three of them join forces to do it.

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