4º – The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson, 2004)Entering the life of an uncommon aquatic specialist, the film, during its 119 minutes of duration, tries to study the exacerbated behaviors of the man, always making the counterpoint with the personages around him. ‘The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou’ is a great movie, exposing an extremely talented cast and a protagonist that fits perfectly into your character’s proposal. Great work by Wes Anderson and one of the best performances of the career of Bill Murray.
3º – Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola, 2003)Centered on the melancholy Tokyo, ‘Lost in Translation’ brings the figure of the power of chance that unites two lost characters, showing how the human species sometimes needs another individual to act as a transforming instance and changing their way of acting in the world.
2º – Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch, 2005)Drawing heavily on the use of philosophy in his plot, ‘Broken Flowers’ shows the empty steps of a middle-aged man on a journey of redemption through the past. Best film from director Jim Jarmusch’s career.
1º – Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis, 1993)A journalist finds himself in a tangle of repetitions after having to cover an event from which he feeds complete contempt. ‘Groundhog Day’ is one of the best comedy movies ever made. A work full of substance, which always seeks to achieve a well-built mood, without ever hastening its unevenness.
Credits: Cinefilia Incandescente