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Dont die before watching these 100 movies

Dont die before watching these 100 movies

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Published by ashek ishtiak haq
I dont know if this should be a group. I just want to share my favorite movies with the world. I was asked by Dhaka University Film Society to present a session on this topic (i was an active member of the society during 2001-04, and spent many wonderful time there with my friends). I have not tried to rank them, this is simply not possible with such gems. This is why the list is in alphabetical order. In the end I must say only credential I have relating to movies is I am a voracious movie-watcher. Another important thing is the synopsizes and the posters are collected from the web.
I dont know if this should be a group. I just want to share my favorite movies with the world. I was asked by Dhaka University Film Society to present a session on this topic (i was an active member of the society during 2001-04, and spent many wonderful time there with my friends). I have not tried to rank them, this is simply not possible with such gems. This is why the list is in alphabetical order. In the end I must say only credential I have relating to movies is I am a voracious movie-watcher. Another important thing is the synopsizes and the posters are collected from the web.

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12 Angry Men is based on a jury’sdeliberations in a capital murdercase. A 12 year old Latin boy isaccused of murdering his fatherwith a knife, and is on the vergeof being announced a deathsentence, and the jury of 12members is asked to deliberateon the issue. The case appears tobe open-and-shut: The defendanthas a weak alibi; a knife heclaimed to have lost is found atthe murder scene; and severalwitnesses either heardscreaming, saw the killing or theboy fleeing the scene. Eleven of the jurors immediately voteguilty; only one casts a not guiltyvote. At first Mr. Davis’ bases hisvote more so for the sake of discussion after all, the jurorsmust believe beyond areasonable doubt that thedefendant is guilty. As thedeliberations unfold, the storyquickly becomes a study of the jurors’ complex personalities(which range from wise, brightand empathetic to arrogant,prejudiced and merciless),preconceptions, backgrounds andinteractions.
 
Protagonist Alex is an"ultraviolent" youth infuturistic Britain. As withall luck, his eventuallyruns out and he'sarrested and convictedof murder and rape.While in prison, Alexlearns of anexperimental program inwhich convicts areprogrammed to detestviolence. If he goesthrough the program hissentence will be reducedand he will be back onthe streets sooner thanexpected. But Alex'sordeals are far from overonce he hits the meanstreets of Britain that hehad a hand in creating.

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