Is the Shawshank Redemption the Best Movie Ever?

Is the Shawshank Redemption the Best Movie Ever? 

I was perusing on IMDB (the Internet Movie Database) prior and thought I'd look at their main 100 movies ever. Amazingly The Shawshank Redemption was recorded right at the top, simply over the Godfather with a general rating of '9.1'. This lead to me considering whether the Shawshank Redemption truly is the best film at any point made or not. I need to state since it is unquestionably in my main 3 movies ever (alongside Fight Club and Once Upon a Time in the West).

The film depends on a short story by amazing essayist Steven King and is coordinated by Frank Darabont. Tim Robbins plays a man who is accused of the wrongdoing of killing his better half and her sweetheart and is sent to Shawshank jail in America. While inside Andy (played by Robbins) meets Red (played superbly by Morgan Freeman), and their fellowships begin to develop as Andy begins to make a notoriety for himself within.

The motion picture is acted splendidly and is the sort of film that you can look out for and over again and feel similar feelings that you did the first run through. While the plot sounds rather normal and exhausting on paper, it is just when you watch the film that you are totally drenched in the lives of the characters, and nearly feel as though you are in jail with them. In general, I feel that the Shawshank Redemption certainly is perhaps the best film at any point made, and ought to be seen by everybody. Regardless of whether it is the best ever involves conclusion, notwithstanding.

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