Hollywood Movies come with lots of thrill, drama, romance, and suspense. Beholders watch them according to their interests and try to fetch another, luring their minds. Many authors and directors understand the demand of their viewers and come with the real stories of the real world. Various movies had been released until yet that are augmenting your interest, but these will also help you learn new things from the reel to the real world. Here are a few Hollywood Movies that have lured the viewers’ minds, but these have also offered them a satisfying approach from the movie world.
12 Years a Slave
This movie represents the life of Solomon Northup that was a black man from upstate New York. He has been kidnapped and further thrown into slavery during the year of 1941. Most of the movie scenes are pragmatic to touch the heart of their viewers that has been released during the year of 2013. The movie has also won the Oscars that were nicely directed by Steve McQueen.
Rotten Tomatoes: 95%
The movie’s story revolves around the life of Erin Brockovich that was a small-town lawyer and the mom of three kids. This movie shows how Brochovich gets hired as a lawyer without even having any suitable educational background for it. This is an exciting and convincing tale where a lawyer fights against big business to prevent the people from different deadly diseases against the poisoning of water. Julia Roberts has won the Oscars for her role in this movie released in the year 2000.
Rotten Tomatoes: 84%
With the release in the year 2014, this movie has received lots of admiration. The movie entails the story about the navy seal sniper Chris Kyle that was famous for his isolate precision and to save myriad lives during the battle in Iraq. After being released from his obligation, he struggled against the darkness of hostilities and fatalities, which made his life difficult to live with their loved ones.
Rotten Tomatoes: 72%
A Beautiful mind
A mathematical genius develops schizophrenia and has awarded the Noble Prize for the same at an early age. His journey after the discovery becomes painful and harrowing. The movie revolves around the story of John Nash, cast by Russell Crowe and produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. The release date was 13 December 2001 and have made the collection of $313 million during the show.
Rotten Tomatoes: 74%
Escape From Alcatraz
It is an American prison film that has been released on 22 June 1979 and directed by Don Siegel. Alcatraz was the most secured jail during the time with no escapes until three daring men made it successfully in 1962. The box office collection was $43 million, and the story was adopted from the non-fiction book of the J Campbell Bruce that dramatize the 1962 prisoners escape.
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Produced, Directed, and co-written by Francis Ford Coppola, the film surrounds those events that already happened to the author. The firm is starred by Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, Dennis Hopper, Robert Duvall, Harrison Ford, Albert Hall, Laurence Fishburne, Frederic Forrest, and Sam Bottoms. This film resembles the Vietnam War scenes, where captain Willard was sent to Cambodia for the assassination and further turned into a god among the local tribes.
Rotten Tomatoes: 98%
The Imitation Game
This film is written by Graham Moore and directed by Morten Tyldum with great connections with the biography of Alan Turing. The film’s box office collection was around $233.6 million, and it was one of the best Hollywood Movies and yet in demand. The Movie was released on 25 December 2014 and combine impressive ratings.
Rotten Tomatoes: 90%
Into the Wild
The story of a young graduate, Christopher McCandless, was set to forsake his all belongings and drawbacks throughout America. He faced several situations, and the movie follows the same lane. The movie was released on 19 October 2007 in Danish and English languages and reached $56.8 million.
Rotten Tomatoes: 83%
Produced by David Puttnam, written by Oliver Stone, Directed by Alen Parker, the movie midnight express is purely based on a non-fiction book by Billy Hayes 1977, starred by Brad Davis, John Hurt, Irene Miracle, Paul L Smith, Randy Quaid, Bo Hopkins, Paolo Bonacelli, Norbest Weisser, Mike Kellin, Franco Diogene, Michael Ensign, Gigi Ballista, Peter Jeffrey, Kevork Malikyan and others. The picture has $35 million earnings in the box office and featured about the plan of escape from Turkey Jails.
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Spartacus is an American drama film based on a novel with the same title. It features around a leader of the slaves that starts the revolt against archeological find and third servile war events. Written by Dalton Trumbo and directed by Stanley Kubrick, the movie has an inspirational story. It stars Laurence Oliver, Peter Ustinov, Tony Curtis, Jean Simmons, and Kirk Douglas.
Rotten Tomatoes: 93%