Top 5 Beautiful Films Depicting A Luxurious Life

Top 5 Beautiful Films Depicting A Luxurious Life

Top 5 Beautiful Films Depicting a Luxurious Life

It is said that money makes the world go round, and indeed, we do a lot of things for money, ranging from working to playing online slots for money for a shot at jackpot payouts. Moreover, because of our never-ending dreams of living a lavish lifestyle, luxury-themed blockbuster hits have become fan favorites at the box office and home cinemas as they bring our imagination to life. Typically, these beautiful movies remind us of our desire to be filthy rich, and their popularity is stemmed from the fact that they bridge the gap between the life we’re living and the standard of living we hope to achieve in our lifetimes.

The Good Life Incentive is Used Everywhere

Apart from movies, lots of businesses, including the casino sector, also tap into our ambitions to be filthy rich by producing games that feature dazzling jewelry, bags of money, gold and other symbols of affluence to attract more players. Slot games like La Dolce Vita slot, for example, come with wealth-based thematic components within the game design and icons. Thus, by firing up the reels, you can begin living lavishly, even if it’s for a few minutes before snapping back to reality. 



In case you don’t get the slot game’s reference, La Dolce Vita, well, it’s an Italian phrase meaning ‘sweet life’ or ‘good life’, modeled after a 1960 comedy-drama movie bearing the same name. The motion picture was directed by Federico Fellini and follows the journey of Marcello Rubini, a journalist who writes for gossip journals, on his escapades through the ‘good life’ of Rome in an unproductive hunt for love happiness.

Isn’t it interesting that even the game in question was inspired by a movie? Let’s take a closer look at some must watch, binge-worthy movies that will keep your dream of making it big alive!

The Devil Wears Prada – 2006

The Devil Wears Prada is an American comedy-drama film about a former journalism student (played by Anne Hathaway) who is employed as an assistant to Miranda Priestly (played by Meryl Streep), the editor-in-chief of the Runway fashion magazine. In the story, Miranda’s reputation in the fashion world is legendary, and she is also well-known for being ruthless and cold-hearted. 

Directed by David Frankel and produced by Wendy Finerman, it became a staple for fashion enthusiasts thanks to the stylish and expensive clothes donned by the actors. It is estimated that the overall costs of the clothes worn on a set cost over $1 million!

Monte Carlo – 2011

A seamless combination of romance, witty humor and adventure, Monte Carlo is another movie that screams opulence. Directed by Thomas Bezucha and starring Leighton Meester, Selena Gomez and Katie Cassidy, the movie follows the life of 3 pals who are on holiday to the stunning city of Paris when Grace Bennet (played by Selena Gomez) is confused with the British heiress Cordelia Winthrop-Scott, Grace Bennett’s twin. It’s one of those movies that makes you dream about what-ifs that take your lifestyle from zero to a hundred just by a stroke of luck, even if it’s just for a fleeting moment.

Titanic – 1997

We’ve all watched Titanic. A classic love film directed by James Cameron featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and the beautiful Kate Winslet about the story of the disastrous Titanic ship that ended up sinking. A blue-collar young man falls in love with a white-collar young woman. After that, the romance between the two adds a hopeless romantic’s touch to sink us deeper into the ill-fated event. What is more, the Titanic also gets to catch the American divide, showing how the rich live their lives.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – 1961

This classic film is based on Truman Capote’s 1958 novelette having a similar name. It is a romantic comedy set in the 1940s New York, telling the story of a struggling writer (played by George Peppard) who falls for Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn), a green, whimsical cafe society girl. The film also featured the celebrated American jewelry trademark Tiffany&Co, and it wonderfully encapsulates the essence of an enticing, crazy and free-spirited Holly Golightly living life like a staunch fashionable New Yorker.

Aisha – 2010

Speaking of living a lavish lifestyle, we couldn’t forget about the Bollywood romantic comedy Aisha. The film which was directed by Rajshree Ojha, Aisha is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma. Sonam Kapoor, who stars as Aisha in the movie, feels that she possesses a natural knack for match-making, particularly among her elite pals. The film appropriately describes the lifestyles of uptown South-Delhi citizens together with their polo matches, art shows, weekend retreats and spending binges.

These beautiful movies never get old for dreamers as they remind us of how life could change for the better. If you’re planning a movie night with friends, family or your better half, these are timeless picks that will guarantee you some melting moments!

Top 5 Beautiful Films Depicting a Luxurious Life


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