7º – Pretty Woman (Garry Marshall, 1990)Light in each scene resolution, the film brings in its plot the relationship of a successful man and a showgirl. ‘Pretty Woman’ is a simple comedy, but one that manages to mark the viewer by the incredible performance of Julia Roberts, as well as the pleasant construction of atmosphere that the director manages to bring.
6º – The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor, 1940)A wedding of high-ranking members of society arouses the interest of a newspaper, which sends two journalists and the ex-husband of the woman who is getting married to cover the event. ‘The Philadelphia Story’ is unorthodox, bringing a clever plot, assertively unravelling each meander of his central characters. The fabulous cast of the film is also responsible for much of the success, with the presence of James Stewart, Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn.
5º – The Lake House (Alejandro Agresti, 2006)In the plot, a man finds himself involved in a routine of messages by correspondence with the former resident of the place where he lives, falling in love with the person he had never met personally. ‘The Lake House’ is a more cadenced novel, which explores each scene to the maximum, achieving a good construction of history. Here, the highlight is the meeting of Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock as protagonists of a film.
4º – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Marielle Heller, 2019)Nurturing a biographical aura, the film brings the friendly relationship between Fred Rogers, an important name in 20th century American television, and a journalist. Motivational, the film shows the best in human life and behavior, managing to be sensitive without ever appealing to the common in films of the genre. The film also brings a great performance by Tom Hanks as a protagonist.
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