Top 5 Most Untouchable Movies of Hollywood

Sometimes you just can’t beat the originals, but still, the directors and producers try to reboot them. It’s very tough for the audience to forget the original cast, they basically like everything about that movie. So it’s better to not mingle with these movies. Here are Top 5 Untouchable Movies of Hollywood which don’t require a reboot.

1) “The Exorcist” (1973)


Every Halloween there’s another new flick that markets itself as the scariest movie of all time, but no film has scared audiences quite like “The Exorcist.” An Exorcist remake may try up to the ante with more gore, more blood, and more vomit, and even more CGI, but no director could ever capture the freaking spine-chilling imagery,

2) “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” (1982)

The Extra-Terrestrial became popular largely due to the bond between Elliot and E.T. The two helped each other in several ways, and that made their goodbye all the more emotional.
There is some solace in the fact that there will not be any remake of this movie.

3) “The Godfather”

Speaking of performances that cannot be matched, The Godfather just might have the greatest cast ever assembled for a motion picture. Even the best modern mob movie have the burden of living in the vast shadow of the “Godfather.” Making a remake of this seems to be a thankless project.

4) “Titanic” (1997)


Titanic is a romance-disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. Rose who hails from an aristocratic family and is set to be married, but during her journey in Titanic, she meets Jack Dawson, an artist, and falls in love with him.

5) “Blue Valentine” (2010)

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Blue Valentine is a romantic drama film written and directed by Derek Cianfrance. The movie has several flashbacks and present timelines to show the romantic and struggling side of Dean and Cindy.

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