Schindler's List (1993)
Steven Spielberg's magnum opus consistently makes its way onto must-see movie lists year after year. It comes as no surprise that the film dominated the Academy Awards that year, taking home the seven big hitters - including Spielberg's own very first Oscar for 'Best Director'. The historic, heartfelt and heart wrenching film about the Holocaust and one German businessman who put his life on the line to save over one thousand Jews is an epic period drama wrought with symbolism, humanity and intrigue. While it was mostly all filmed in Poland, in the movie's epilogue, the real life survivors, accompanied by the actors playing them in the film, are shown laying a stone on Oskar Schindler's grave to mark their visit at the burial grounds of the Mount Zion Catholic Cemetery in Jerusalem.