3º – Fight Club (David Fincher, 1999)Involved in an empty routine in his work, a man knows an individual completely the opposite of his personality that will change his way of looking at the world. Directed by David Fincher, ‘Fight Club’ works with a dark cinematography, constructions of always different scenes and the study of renegade characters to give substance to his powerful and surprising story.
2º – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (David Fincher, 2008)The film tells the strange story of a man who was born old and, as time goes by, gets younger in his physical condition, showing all the nuances of his life: ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ draws attention for its unique history, as well as constructions of fabulous and remarkable plans.
1º – Fury (David Ayer, 2014)Taking shape during World War II, the film shows the almost suicidal journey of an American captain and his team in an attempt to exterminate as many Nazis as possible. Bordering the nickname of a masterpiece, ‘Fury’ is an anguishing war film from beginning to end, with a phenomenal direction, an unrecoverable story and a little bit claustrophobic and an impeccable cast, bringing actor Brad Pitt in the most powerful performance of all his filmography.