7º – Moneyball (Bennett Miller, 2011)In the plot, a director of a baseball team with a limited budget discovers a possible solution to the problems of the season with a revolutionary player analysis system. ‘Moneyball’ may sound somewhat insubstantial, working with a cadenced story and without too many twists and turns. However, for those who love sports, this is an indispensable film, faithfully bringing behind the scenes the construction of a winning team.
6º – Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino, 2009)In France, occupied by the Nazis, in the midst of World War II, we will have a great tangle of conflicts, mixing revenge and professional objectives. A masterpiece of the fantastic and short filmography of director Quentin Tarantino, besides being one of the great war films ever made.
5º – Babel (Alejandro G. Iñárritu, 2006)Fragmented into several stories that will connect at some point in the film, ‘Babel’ exposes the troubled relationship of the human being with the world. Visceral, ‘Babel’ is not an easy film, bringing hard stories that make no concessions by showing the worst in humanity and simple chance.
4º – Se7en (David Fincher, 1995)The film shows the hunt of two detectives for a serial killer who uses capital sins as motivations for his crimes. Directed by David Fincher, one of the great names in the thriller genre today, ‘Se7en’ has a concise script, an assertive atmosphere creation and, of course, an incredible plot twist.
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