7º – Avengers: Endgame (Anthony Russo, 2019)Final chapter of the ‘Avengers’ saga, this film provides the spectator with really unique moments, bringing their most emblematic characters in their ultimate battles. A dignified farewell to this first wave of superheroes from the Marvel universe.
6º – Die Hard (John McTiernan, 1988)Allocated at Christmas, the film follows the kidnapping of a business building by a “terrorist group” that, in fact, intends to carry out a major robbery. The plans of the criminals begin to succumb when they realize that John McClane, a policeman on leave, is trapped on the spot and decided to disturb them as much as possible. A landmark of the action genre, ‘Duro de Matar’ is responsible for the emergence of several clichés of the genre. It is also worth mentioning the character of Hans Gruber, played masterfully by Alan Rickman, one of the biggest and most amusing villains in the cinema.
5º – The Guest (Adam Wingard, 2014)A strange man comes to the house of a family presenting himself as the best friend of their son who had died in combat in the war. After forming a bond with all the members of the family, the man begins to exhibit deviant behavior and awakens the distrust of some people. Possessing a quality direction essential to the success of Adam Wingard’s central proposal, ‘The Guest’ is characterized as an electrifying thriller, with scenes that are recorded in the spectator’s head and conclusions always exacerbated for the course of each character.
4º – Suicide Squad (David Ayer, 2016)A group of renegades is hired by the government for a secret mission that can compromise everyone’s existence. Nourishing positive and negative moments, ‘Suicide Squad’ is a superhero film a little different from the usual, with a more relaxed atmosphere and a plot that makes use of some elements of humor.
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