8º – The Matrix (Lana and Lilly Wachowski, 1999)A man ends up discovering the real essence of the world he lives in, starting a battle against the individuals who control that limited way of life. ‘The Matrix’ has revolutionized the way of making movies. Everything in the film enchants the viewer, given the degree of perfection of the compendium of scenes. A film that still impresses today with its incredible visual effects.
7º – Escape from New York (John Carpenter, 1981)In a devastated New York, a known dissident and criminal must work alongside the government in an attempt to rescue the president who had been kidnapped. Directed by the legendary John Carpenter, ‘Escape from New York’ impresses by creating an incredible parallel world with an extremely limited budget. In addition to all the positives of the film, we still have the presence of Kurt Russell commanding the play, playing one of the most memorable characters in the actor’s expressive career, the distinctive Snake Plissken.
6º – Minority Report (Steven Spielberg, 2002)Allocating itself in the future, where technological advances have allowed assassins to be captured before they even commit their crimes, a man discovers that he will be the next name of the system. ‘Minority Report’ has a plot permeated by nuances, always cherishing creativity, giving the viewer a very interesting and dynamic film.
5º – Snowpiercer (Joon-ho Bong, 2013)In an apocalyptic world of the future, life has been extinguished in its usual form, with only a few people remaining inside a train that circles the globe. Directed by the Korean Joon-ho Bong, ‘Snowpiercer’ is a film conceived in a unique way. Everything exposed there ends up entertaining your viewer. Both the visual effects and the well-tied plot can make the movie frantic.
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