7º – Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001)During a journey of change, by mere chance, a girl ends up entering a portal that takes her to another world. It is now up to her to unravel the nuances of the new place, save her parents who are also in the place and return to the real world: ‘Chihiro’s Journey’ uses her 125 minutes of projection to enchant the viewer, working with an irresistible and always surprising story.
6º – Yes Man (Peyton Reed, 2008)In the plot, a man used to a negative way of living his life decides to enter into a motivational program that will change his way of dealing with the instances of the world. ‘Yes, sir’ is Jim Carrey’s last film with that traditional costume of the actor consummate his career. A pleasant comedy that amuses every minute of projection.
5º – The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982)An aspiring comedian tries in every way to get a tape of his performance recordings heard by a television studio. However, after several negatives and the discovery of a new and dangerous companion, the man will resort to the kidnapping of his biggest idol on television (who had also rejected him before) in order to realize his dream. In all his advances, we can say that the success of the film is, in fact, due to Robert De Niro’s unique performance in front of the protagonist.
4º – Rain Man (Barry Levinson, 1988)After the death of his father, a young businessman discovers that the man had left all his money to an unknown son. Now, the young man will investigate who this strange unknown brother is. ‘Rain Man’ is an unforgettable work, bringing two incredible characters to the central arch of the story, working to show how certain people can alter the path of our lives.
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