4º – Cobra (George P. Cosmatos, 1986)A cult of murderers spreads through a city, killing people in brutal ways. When a model flees an assassination attempt by the cult, it is up to a rustic and amoral policeman to try to protect it. A milestone in the actor’s filmography in the 1980s, ‘Cobra’ doesn’t need much to become a classic of its kind. A lot of action and unforgettable phrases place this film as one of the most memorable of Sylvester Stallone’s career.
3º – Left Behind (Vic Armstrong, 2014)Simply out of nowhere, millions of people disappear, leaving a small group behind on earth. The film gains its substance by exploring the journey of those left in the world and the consequences of this detail. Nothing in ‘Left Behind’ makes much sense. A confused and limited film in its budget that should be tense, but gets the exact opposite result. Well, at least we have Nicolas Cage in another bad movie in his career.
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