Top 10 Best Historical Saga Movies

Top 10 Best Historical Saga Movies

Since it made its entry into human history back in 1875, cinema became a perfect method for telling stories. It started by reflecting the society of the moment and the mysteries that that world hid through projections like Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station and Workers Leaving The Lumière Factory in Lyon, of the Lumière brothers. Soon, filmmakers like Georges Méliès and later Fritz Lang, among others, began to create fiction in movies, taking their gaze to a future that only existed in their minds.
Perhaps it was the uncertainty of the days that were about to come that gave the cinema its greatest source of inspiration: history. Battles where the heroes shed their blood, forbidden loves that staggered empires and tragedies that remain in the memory are some of the examples that inspired great fiction stories. The cinema has the ability to exalt and appeal to the feelings of its viewers and the filmmakers have managed to portray almost all the key moments in the history of humanity no matter where they happened or how long ago. Get to know the best of history in the seventh art with our Top 10 Best Historical Saga Movies

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Number 10 – Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean, 1962)
Number 09 – Downfall (Oliver Hirschbiegel, 2004)
Number 08 – Hotel Rwanda (Terry George, 2004)
Number 07 – Gandhi (Richard Attenborough, 1982)
Number 06 – Das Boot (Wolfgang Petersen, 1981)
Number 05 – Lincoln (Steven Spielberg, 2012)
Number 04 – All the President’s Men (Alan J. Pakula, 1976)
Number 03 – Braveheart (Mel Gibson, 1995)
Number 02 – Schindler’s List (Steven Spielberg, 1993)
Number 01 – 12 years a slave (Steve McQueen, 2013)

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saga movies how much do you know about movies let's test your knowledge with a quick trivia question before being played by Liam Neeson which famous actor was considered to play Oscar Schindler in the film Schindler's List was it Brad Pitt George Clooney or Tom Hanks if you want to know the answer stay with us subscribe to our Channel and ring that Bell let's get started number 10 Lawrence of Arabia classic and unforgettable Lawrence of Arabia is considered one of the best films in the history of cinema its value is so important that it was selected for preservation in the National Film registry of the library of commerce of the United States his classic epic tells the tale of Thomas Edward Lawrence better known as Lawrence of Arabia a British archaeologist and writer who played a key role as a British Army officer during the first world wars Arab revolt against Ottoman rule number nine downfall downfall is about the bunker in which Adolf Hitler and his relatives took refuge in during the last weeks of the Battle of Berlin at the end of the Third Reich and until the suicide of Hitler and Eva Braun on April 30th 1945 its value is so important that it's known for being one of the best films developed about World War two however this movie stands out as one of the few films that realistically reflected the figure of dictator Adolf Hitler D masking the monster and showing him as a man capable of doing terrible things number eight Hotel Rwanda don cheadle stars in this telling of one of the most shameful episodes the late 20th century the genocide of Rwanda in this film Cheadle plays the manager of the Hotel de Mille Killeen which turns into a sanctuary to house hundreds of refugees during the conflict number seven Gandhi considered one of the best ever biographical films Gandhi tells the story of the Indian revolutionary Mahatma Gandhi leader of the nonviolent independence movement of India from his time as a local statesman to a global icon acclaimed by the public for its brilliant story and for the unforgettable performance of Sir Ben Kingsley this important film also won critical acclaim number six Das Boot have you ever felt trapped filmed inside a sub you 96 recreated especially for the film Das Boot it's the only movie of its kind that really feels like being trapped in a submarine remaining the king of underwater films this award-winning German film goes into the claustrophobic world of life aboard a German submarine in World War 2 exploring the boredom filth and terror experienced by its crew number five Lincoln starring a brilliant Daniel day-lewis in the role of President Lincoln this film stands out for its emotional depth featuring a star-studded cast that includes Sally Field Tommy Lee Jones Joseph gordon-levitt and Lee pace this movie presents a political portrait of one of the most influential political leaders the United States and its policy during the Civil War he received very positive reviews and won several awards including the Oscar for Best Actor member for all the President's Men directed by Alan J Pakula this 1976 film shows the investigation carried out by two real Washington Post journalists on the Watergate case which led to the resignation of Richard Nixon as president starring the great Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman this movie remains one of the best investigative journalism films ever made and is considered to be a true historical portrait of the America of the 70s number three Braveheart directed produced in starring Mel Gibson Braveheart tells the story of Scottish national hero William Wallace who took part in Scotland's first war of independence although the film has been criticized for its many historical inaccuracies it does include cruel and brutal historical facts such as several medieval punishments number two Schindler's List finishing with a real scene of hundreds of Jews visiting the tomb of Oskar Schindler this film has a magical touch that gives realism power and emotion to its tragic backstory starring Liam Neeson Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley Schindler's List tells us how Oscar Schindler uses personal influence within the Nazi Party to save the lives of more than 1,000 Jews during the Holocaust do you want to know the answer to our trivia let's take a look before we get to number one before being played by Liam Neeson which famous actor was considered to play Oskar Shindler in the film Schindler's List was it Brad Pitt George Clooney or Tom Hanks the answer is Tom Hanks the role of Oscar Schindler was initially planned for Tom Hanks although it was ultimately Liam Neeson who played him captivating Spielberg for his way of acting you guess the answer let us know in the comments below now let's get back to our countdown our number one historical saga movie is 12 years a slave bloody disturbing cruel and above all else very real 12 years a slave is a film based on the memoirs of Solomon Northup in 1853 it tells us the experiences of a black American who was born free in New York before being kidnapped and sold as a slave in the south of the u.s. undoubtedly it's a film that with each scene each whip each abuse and each humiliation reflects the stark truth of slavery in America we're almost done but before we go let's take a look at some highlights from some other great historical saga films that means we have to subpoena a time line we ask you something loo why not just shoot Kennedy coming up Houston it's plenty of time that's all for our top 10 countdown we hope you liked it don't forget to comment below subscribe to our Channel and leave us a like if we publish videos several times a week so ring that bell to be notified when we post new content

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