So much to love about the noir classic. The intrigue. The love triangle. The "we'll always have Paris" nostalgia. The world's best American bar in the middle of Morocco. The fateful climax at the airport.
A biographical drama based on Jon Krakauer's book about Christopher McCandless, a top student who drops out of university, donates his savings, and heads alone into the spectacular, unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.
A 1997 film based on the book by Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer (portrayed by Brad Pitt) on his experiences in Tibet during World War II. The opening scene of Nanga Parbat in the Himalayas, though originally shot in British Columbia, Canada, is absolutely majestic.
A biographical drama about the journey of famous Marxist guerilla commander Che Geuvara. ;Starting from Buenos Aires, two blokes and a motorbike travel across Latin America. Follow them through Argentina, Patagonia, Chile, the Atacama Desert, Machu Picchu, and Caracas, Venezuela.
According to Italian folklore, the Night of San Lorenzo is the night when dreams come true. This 1982 Italian fantasy war film follows a group of Italians who flee their town amidst rumors of a Nazi invasion. It's a fantastical love letter to the beautiful Tuscan countryside. You'll want to go lie under a cypress tree and stare at the stars.
A waitress and a housewife take off in a '66 Thunderbird for a vacation that turns into a nightmare. The quintessential road trip movie set in the West, we particularly love the last scene at Dead Horse Point, Utah.