As we as a whole realize Leonardo DiCaprio is celebrated for his beguiling look and his dazzling acting. He has been administering Hollywood for 10 years in a film like Titanic, the wolf of wall street, and a lot more Hollywood motion pictures and it difficult to come by an individual who won't perceive him..so today we are counting on his top motion pictures of Leonardo DiCaprio till now.
Titanic is a movie about the Seventeen-year-old Rose who hails from an aristocratic family and is set to be married. When she boards the Titanic, she meets Jack Dawson (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) who is an artist who falls in love with him with a rose (played by Kate Winslet) directed by James Cameron. The movie is still one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.
Public review about Titanic
By Avocado Editz,
THIS MOVIE IS AMAZING!!! I watched it when it first came out in 1997 when I was only 14 years old, and I still love watching it to this very day! Jack and Rose, even though they are not real people and never were, feel so realistic and the effects and clothing and decoration they used in this movie make it feel like I’m actually on the titanic with them! The flooding and sinking scenes were AMAZING and for a 1997 movie when I first watched it when I was a small boy back then, I thought I was watching something from the future. This movie is a must-watch, and there is no wonder why it won so many awards because it is most definitely the best movie this world has ever known. I cannot think of anyone else playing Jack and Rose other than Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. They both did an absolutely awesome job and fit in very well with their roles, and the directors picked their entire cast very wisely. The “My Heart Will go on” song was the perfect fit for the movie, and got stuck in my head after the 80th time I watched it, which is a very low estimate of the number of times I binge-watched this movie from my sofa with a bucket of popcorn. Some bits of the movie is not historically accurate, but oh so few of them, that it doesn’t really even matter. In other words, this movie is something you must watch at least once before the day you die, you will NOT regret it.
2.The Wolf of Wall Street
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By Onkar Daule
One of the greatest movies until the day, this movie is such a masterpiece in terms of every aspect, the direction, cinematography, background score, the locations, everything feels so realistic. Also, the visuals are damn stunning. Many scenes left me amazed and made me rewind to see if they are for real and how could one possibly pull off. Especially the bear attack scene is the most intense and realistic scene I've ever watched. Even though the story is straightforward, the suspense is immensely high and never lets you feel lost for even a second. The overall efforts taken by the team for this movie are par imagination. The cast is outstanding, Leonardo and Tom Hardy both did a fabulous job, no one could have truly deserved the Oscar if not Leonardo for this one.
4. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Public review of Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
BY Cinema Lovers Club
A bonkers fairy tale in classically Tarantino fashion with pure nostalgia-hued Golden Age-Hollywood homages, the soundtrack as provocative as its brilliant screenplay, a star-studded cast of stellar performances, & a wild final act. 9.4/10..Review: 1960’s: Manson x Golden-Age (leading into Renaissance/New Age) Hollywood. That was the tall order we were promised by legendary filmmaker Quentin Tarantino for his 9th outing, one made even more tantalizing by the trailer & announcement of a once-in-a-lifetime cast from Leonardo DiCaprio to Brad Pitt to Margot Robbie. After such inimitable masterpieces as Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight, Kill Bill Vols. 1/2, Inglorious Basterds, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction, the film world’s eyes were all on July 25th, and Tarantino delivered yet again – Oh *boy*, did he deliver. Nostalgia to Hollywood’s Golden Age with plenty of Easter Eggs and eulogies to filmmaking. What’s easily the highlight of OUATIH is its golden paean esteems and invocation of the best of Hollywood’s history through every sensory way imaginable. It’s truly like taking a joyride through the annals of film archives and will smack a goofy grin on any cinephile’s face for its ~3 hour time period with meticulous attention to detail and period-authenticity make for a sensational trip through the escapist fare of moviemaking’s best era. It even features clever fourth-wall-breaking/meta-references to the artform showing (with classic Tarantino whim, wry humor, and unmistakable energy) the process of filmmaking with everything from messed-up lines, cuts, shot-reversals, and replays of scenes.
The cinematography to the soundtrack to location settings majestically paint the glamour and ritzy lives of the rich and famous in Hollywood Hills’ idyllic settings as promised – only to be shaken up by its events equally brilliant screenplay and dazzling display of storytelling with rich characters who make the film. The screenplay is masterful – this is pantheon-level filmmaking here – juggling 3-4+ storylines simultaneously with ease before uniting them all for the wild signature final act as promised by QT’s filmography. We are taken through Hollywood studio backlots with insecure has-been movie star Rick Dalton trying desperately to save his career, a juxtaposed-rougher lifestyle for his sacrificial stunt-double Cliff Booth, trophy wife/model Sharon Tate jumping between romances in LA-superficiality fashion, and a Manson cult arc creeping under the surface like a serial killer slipping between the cracks.
The performances. Leonardo DiCaprio absolutely (predictively) steals the show as lead with one of his most hilarious and out-there performances to date; Pitt is equally as infectious in personality as support (also makes an iconic buddy-duo that needs its own couple of films), Margot is a nice soothing juxtaposition, etc. leading up to the final act. One of the craziest final acts I can remember as a signature big boom ending characteristic of QT's filmography, it immaculately ties all story threads together while also leaning heavily into its Manson arc with his cult trying to break in and kill some socialites in the Hollywood Hills on beckon-command, they meet a much different ending than they anticipated for MAXIMUM drink-spitting entertainment value – with everything from flamethrowers to butcher knives to dog-attacks. He also silences his (imbecilic) critics having almost no gore or cussing even in a film with Manson undertones. Minor flaws in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood include a comparatively smaller role for Margot Robbie than was expected and the Manson arc I wish was a little more pronounced/fleshed-out, but overall OUATIH is another masterpiece by legendary filmmaker QT.
PUBLIC REVIEW OF INCEPTION
One of the best films of the entire century! A superbly crafted, MIND-BENDING, action-packed, chilling thriller and suspense movie... I recommend it to every movie goofy and to the fans of Christopher Nolan... It is one of his best ( if not the best) movies which can keep you at the edge of your seat. inception surely requires multiple viewing to be understood completely but the more you understand the film, the more you fall in love with the concept and this film. Nolan surely thought about every aspect of the dream world and mastered the presentation of it on the big screen. Literally, everything the characters say about the dreams and the dream world in this movie is true. You can relate it to your real-life experiences (about dreams of course)...The cast was phenomenal! Leonardo Dicaprio as Cobb really brought the character to life and brought justice to the character's desperation for getting back to his children. The same goes with Tom Hardy as Eames, Cillian Murphy as Fischer, actually the whole cast! The direction and cinematography in this film are some of the greatest! The VFX CGI was also incredible. As the story goes, it is unbelievable, and in a good sense! The movie is so fiercely original, it's hard to believe one could come up with something like that. It is genuinely THE MOST INTELLIGENT MOVIE OF ALL TIME!! This is one of my favorite movies of all time and I recommend it to everyone!
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7. The Departed
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8. Catch Me if you can
Public review of Catch Me If You Can
Based on the true story of Frank William Abagnale Jr. an FBI consultant who was initially credited for check fraud, Steven Spielberg's 20-Year ambitious project, "Catch Me If You Can", is one of the most unexpected surprises I've ever had. The scenes are beautifully shot (capturing the spirit and detail of 1960's New York), the characters are engaging on almost every aspect (particularly Frank himself, who's had THREE fake jobs right before his 18th birthday), the music is catchy and light toned, yet suspenseful at the same time, and it had some of the most memorable quotes I've heard in quite some time ("Two little mice fell into a bucket of cream").
Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks definitely make an awesome team in assembling this film and, if it wasn't for Spielberg's personal touch to the picture, it wouldn't have been as groundbreaking or cheerful as we see it today. The best part about it is throughout the whole picture, no one gets seriously hurt or injured. All it knows is that it's an excellent fast-paced cat and mouse drama that has nothing to do with violence or tragedy of any kind.