9º – Barefoot Gen (Mori Masaki, 1983)Concentrated in Hiroshima, near the end of World War II, the film brings the devastating and cruel effects caused by the atomic bomb to a local family. Sad in all its ways, ‘Barefoot Gen’ is not a film recommended for all kinds of audiences, nurturing a plot that highlights the horrors that a war presents to the most diverse individuals.
8º – Toy Story 3 (Lee Unkrich, 2010)The plot of this third movie puts Woody and his crew in a real mess after a change go wrong and they will stop in a completely unknown place. Following the brilliance of previous films, ‘Toy Story 3’ entertains and thrills the viewer, working with a beautiful story that goes beyond that simple definition of a children’s film.
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