No Country for Old Men
Director: Joel and Ethan Coen. Genre: Drama/Noir. Duration: 122 minutes.
From the plot to the characters, from the acting to the dialogues, from the scenography to the photography, and last but not least the direction. Every aspect is studied in detail and the story that emerges is really interesting and original from different points of view. just watch this movie on our recommendation review this movie and add it to your personal video library.
The Darjeeling Limited
Director: Wes Anderson. Genre: comedy. Duration: 91 minutes.
A film that, despite its strong dynamism, deals delicately and lightly with important issues such as family, travel, and detachment from the Western world. Definitely an enjoyable and attractive film from various points of view, which is not fully convincing but leaves you satisfied.
Director: Jason Reitman. Genre: comedy/drama. Duration: 92 minutes.
Jason Reitman’s work knows how to be loved without being cloying and, although it has not managed to generate a trend while remaining unique, it represents the perfect example of an independent comedy capable of bringing the general public closer together.
Woody Allen writes and directs a film that reflects on important issues of everyday life, aided by extraordinary performances and writing born from experience.
There Will Be Blood
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson. Drama. Duration: 158 minutes.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood is a film that talks about us and our civilization. He traces the fundamental stages of the history of Western thought and also knows how to photograph the present. One of the greatest films ever made that you absolutely cannot miss.
Into the Wild
Director: Sean Penn. Genre: Adventure/Biography. Duration: 148 minutes.
The director, Sean Penn, using flashbacks, reconstructs the life of Supertramp, a real character, creating a pleasant road movie but at the same time capable of giving strong emotions.
Director: Danny Boyle. Drama. Duration: 120 minutes.
The award-winning Slumdog Millionaire tells the story of a tormented and incredible dream come true. It manages to engage the viewer emotionally without being overly heavy or gloomy and exposes the routine abuses committed against minors in India.
Director: Andrew Stanton. Genre: animation. Duration: 98 minutes.
The director’s idea was precisely to make the robots more human. However, this humanization should not have taken place on an aesthetic level, transfiguring the parts of the robot to make them more similar to a man. The goal was to transfer the characteristics and soul of the human being into a mass of robotic parts.
In Bruges – The Conscience of the Murderer
Director: In Bruges. Genre: comedy/drama. Duration: 107 minutes.
The constant references to the Christian concept of sin and redemption give, together with the gloomy sound accompaniment, a claustrophobic and distressing atmosphere. The situation is exacerbated to the point of making the viewer feel an overwhelming need to restore the broken order.
The Dark Knight
Director: Christopher Nolan. Genre: action/drama. Duration: 152 minutes.
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The Dark Knight is the breath before the leap, the interlude that preludes the grand finale of the trilogy. Despite this, however, it has carved out an even wider space for itself than its sequels and prequels, now becoming a real cult.
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