Elevate Your Viewing Experience with These 10 Entertainment Masterpieces

Recently a Redditor asked, “What do you count as a masterpiece and why? It can be a movie, TV series, book, etc.”

The internet responded by delivering this list of entertainment they consider masterpieces.

PacxDragon said, “Portal 2. The first was groundbreaking, but the sequel took the basic idea and ran wild with it. The game's mechanics complimented the story, and the writing was a top-notch—absolute master class in video game production.”

Portal 2 (2011)

Savetheworldtime said, “Princess Mononoke makes you realize nature is alive in ways we can't even begin to comprehend.” Big-Goose3408 added, “It's also deceptively clever in stipulating that humans exist as part of nature, not above or outside it.”

Princess Mononoke (1997)

SuvenPan stated, “Jurassic Park (1993) is a Cinematic Masterpiece. Also, watching the documentary on how they made the film adds to it. It was the beginning of CGI.” GloriaSlims noted, “It's also a masterpiece of a book! Great choice.”

Jurrasic Park (1993)

Redditor Dragonssuke admitted, “Hands down my favorite show. It has everything. A good plot, loveable characters, cool fights and abilities, and a fascinating world with diverse beliefs and cultures, and the character development is just unique."

Avatar: The Last Airbender TV Show (2005)

Redditor insomnia_theory answered, “Lord of the Rings original movie trilogy. It just worked. You can experience the epicness of every scene can be felt without any cringe. The consistency of quality across the three films is just extraordinary. It was the ultimate cinematic experience."

Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy (2001-2003)

One Redditor said, “The Wire. It's a show that still resonates today, even when dealing with issues from 20 years ago. Anyone who's grown up in or around poverty can find a relatable character, and each season is its own story.”

The Wire (2002)

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