If you are looking for some great movies to watch, be sure to check out the choices below. I spend a lot of time watching everything from classics to the latest theater releases, and I am convinced that you will enjoy these films as much (or more) than I did.

Harvey (1950) - James Stewart plays Elwood P. Dowd, a likeable guy who enjoys a little drink every now and then. His best friend is Harvey, an invisible rabbit (also known as a pooka) who Elwood claims is over six feet tall. His sister is afraid he is crazy and she hires a psychiatrist to help him. But as time goes on and Elwood shares his philosophy of life, those who know him also begin to catch a glimpse of Harvey. A charming fantasy based on the stage play by Mary Chase.

Groundhog Day (1993) - Phil Connors (Bill Murray) is a Pittsburgh weatherman who also happens to be a real shame. Sent to cover the annual Groundhog Day party in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, he soon finds himself living the same day over and over again. The years pass and slowly Phil begins to change for the better and swears to win the love of the lovely TV producer Rita (Andie MacDowell). Murray is in top form as he masters the art of ice sculpting, repeatedly commits suicide and even learns to play the piano like a professional.

The judgment of Nuremberg (1961) - A fictional account of the Nuremberg trials that took place after the end of 2. world War. Four judges are standing trial for their actions under the Nazi regime, and a military tribunal is convened to hear their case. An excellent courtroom drama starring Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Judy Garland, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell (in an Oscar-winning performance) and Montgomery Clift.

L.A. Confidential (1997) - Based on the crime novel by James Ellroy, this modern classic takes place in the 1950s in Los Angeles filled with corruption and violence. Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce play as three L.A. officers trapped in the midst of all the fuss, each working on their own agenda. Kim Basinger won an Oscar and revived her career by playing a prostitute similar to Veronica Lake, and other important performances are provided by James Cromwell, Danny DeVito and David Strathairn. A gritty look at the police and the disadvantages, where the line between the two is often blurred.

Wild Strawberries (1957) - Director Ingmar Bergman showed this tale of optimism and self-discovery, which was about an elderly doctor (Victor Sjostrom) who reflected on his past. Bergman was considered one of his best films and wrote the script while he was hospitalized.

Networks (1976) - Networks are a fierce satire of mass media, and it is still far too relevant in this modern age of tabloid journalism and confessional culture. A TV network struggled with falling ratings, but they get a boost when a normally reassuring newsman (Peter Finch) gets a nervous breakdown in the air and starts going crazy like crazy. The network exploits the chaos, and soon this modern prophet makes people stick their heads out the window and shout "I'm as mad as hell and I do not want to take it anymore!" Meanwhile, a slimy producer (Faye Dunaway) tries to develop a networking show about terrorism and eventually create The Mao Tse-Tung Hour. Also starring William Holden, Ned Beatty and Robert Duvall. Nominated for 10 Oscars, Network would win for Best Screenplay (Paddy Chayefsky), Best Supporting Actress (Beatrice Straight), Best Actress (Faye Dunaway) and Best Actress (Peter Finch), https://wonderlandthemovie.com/%e0%b8%8a%e0%b8%a7%e0%b8%99%e0%b8%94%e0%b....

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Wild Strawberries (1957) - Director Ingmar Bergman showed this tale of optimism and self-discovery, which was about an elderly doctor (Victor Sjostrom) who reflected on his past. Bergman was considered one of his best films and wrote the script while he was hospitalized.