9º – The Talented Mr. Ripley (Anthony Minghella, 1999)Allocated in the 1950s, the film shows the trajectory of a young man (Matt Damon) in his incessant search for money, entering the routine of a rich family in order to achieve his goals. Bringing an engaging story about a sociopathic character, ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ works in a different way with the unfolding of the scenes, appreciating a more sincere exposition on the compendium that comprises the facts of his plot.
8º – Bandits (Barry Levinson, 2001)Two criminals, experts in bank robberies, end up planning a new and sophisticated scam. After the execution does not occur exactly as planned, the two end up leaving the new plan with a hostage. The big problem is when both men begin to fall in love with the woman and form a rivalry between them. ‘Bandits’ balances the genres of comedy and crime to give the viewer a pleasant experience. The plot involves itself, but we can highlight the main trio that runs the film, with presence of Bryce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton and Cate Blanchett.
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