9º – Star Wars: Episode III (George Lucas, 2005)The ‘Sith Revenge’ is far from a good film, but its final 40 minutes of film makes the whole sound acceptable. The impression that remains is that a director who is a little more competent would be able to reach higher levels in these first three chapters of the saga. But, of course, it’s still ‘Star Wars’ and it’s worth it for the chronology itself.
8º – Nightwatch (Ole Bornedal, 1997)Surrounded by a frightening reality in his new work in a morgue, a man begins to investigate new murders that are leaving the place permeated by bodies. However, as his little investigation unfolds, the man will realize that all the evidence points exactly to him. So interesting when his synopsis, ‘Nightwatch’ is a suspense that possesses all of the most classic elements of its kind, bringing to the viewer a tense and irresistible experience.
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