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  1. El padrino

    165 points

    The Godfather is an American film series directed by Francis Ford Coppola and based on the Mario Puzo's novels.

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  2. Casablanca

    132 points

    Year:
    1942

    Runtime:
    102 min

    Plot:
    In the city of Casablanca during World War II the American Rick

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    Blaine, a former guerrilla and owner of the most popular nightspot in town, lives in exile. When Nazi Major Strasser arrives in Casablanca, the sycopathic police Captain Renault does what he can to please him. The Captain detains Czech underground leader Victor Laslow who arrives with Rick´s former love, Ilsa. Rick still resentful with Ilsa for running out on him in Paris, soon learns that he had a good reason and the two plan to flee together...

    Original title:
    Casablanca

    Tagline:
    They had a date with fate in Casablanca!
    As big and timely a picture as ever you've seen! You can tell by the cast it's important! gripping! big!
    As exciting as the landing at Casablanca!

    Genres:
    Drama
    Romance

    Director:
    Michael Curtiz

    Production:
    Warner

    Locations:
    Burbank, California

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  3. Ben-Hur

    70 points

    Ben-Hur is a 1959 American epic historical drama film, directed by William Wyler, produced by Sam

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    Zimbalist for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and starring Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins, Hugh Griffith and Haya Harareet. A remake of the 1925 silent film with the same name, Ben-Hur was adapted from Lew Wallace's 1880 novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ. The screenplay is credited to Karl Tunberg but includes contributions from Maxwell Anderson, S. N. Behrman, Gore Vidal, and Christopher Fry.

    Ben-Hur had the largest budget at $15.175 million and the largest sets built for any film produced at the time. Costume designer Elizabeth Haffenden oversaw a staff of 100 wardrobe fabricators to make the costumes, and a workshop employing 200 artists and workmen provided the hundreds of friezes and statues needed in the film. Filming commenced on May 18, 1958 and wrapped on January 7, 1959, with shooting lasting for 12 to 14 hours a day, six days a week. Pre-production began at Cinecittà around October 1957, and post-production took six months. Under cinematographer Robert L. Surtees, MGM executives made the decision to film the picture in a widescreen format, which Wyler strongly disliked. More than 200 camels and 2,500 horses were used in the shooting of the film, with some 10,000 extras. The sea battle was filmed using miniatures in a huge tank on the back lot at the MGM Studios in Culver City, California. The nine-minute chariot race has become one of cinema's most famous sequences, and the film score, composed and conducted by Miklós Rózsa, is the longest ever composed for a film and was highly influential on cinema for more than 15 years.

    Following a $14.7 million marketing effort, Ben-Hur premiered at Loew's State Theatre in New York City on November 18, 1959. It was the fastest-grossing as well as the highest grossing film of 1959, in the process becoming the second-highest grossing film in history at the time after Gone with the Wind. It won a record 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director (Wyler), Best Actor in a Leading Role (Heston), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Griffith), and Best Cinematography, Color (Surtees), an accomplishment that was not equaled until Titanic in 1997 and then again by The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003. Ben-Hur also won three Golden Globe Awards, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture for Stephen Boyd. Today, Ben-Hur is widely considered to be one of the greatest films ever made, and in 1998 the American Film Institute ranked it the 72nd best American film and the 2nd best American epic film in the AFI's 10 Top 10. In 2004, the National Film Preservation Board selected Ben-Hur for preservation by the National Film Registry for being a "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" motion picture.

    Paramount Pictures and MGM announced April 25, 2014 that they will co-produce Ben-Hur with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, who also made the recent miniseries The Bible (TV miniseries). The film is set for release in February 2016.

    Storyline:
    Judah Ben-Hur lives as a rich Jewish prince and merchant in Jerusalem at the beginning of the 1st century. Together with the new governor his old friend Messala arrives as commanding officer of the Roman legions. At first they are happy to meet after a long time but their different politic views separate them. During the welcome parade a roof tile falls down from Judah's house and injures the governor. Although Messala knows they are not guilty, he sends Judah to the galleys and throws his mother and sister into prison. But Judah swears to come back and take revenge.

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    Mujercitas

    Mujercitas

    41 points
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  5. 10
    Manhattan

    Manhattan

    36 points
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  6. 14
    EL GRADUADO

    EL GRADUADO

    26 points
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  7. El Capitán Blood

    20 points

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    TU Y YO

    TU Y YO

    10 points
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