7º – The Big Lebowski (Ethan and Joel Coen, 1998)After his house was mistakenly invaded by two criminals, a completely misfit middle-aged man decides to go after the person whom those individuals sought to reimburse him of the loss, entering into an unprecedented confusion. Belonging to the cinema of the Coen brothers, “The Big Lebowski” works with a plot permeated by distinct nuances, changing to each outdated scene, delivering, as a final result, a great movie. In command of the central character, Jeff Bridges manages the performance of his career, being able to be hilarious to each plane in which it is exposed.
6º – Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Amy Heckerling, 1982)The plot is simple, trying to unravel the day to day of a group of adolescents of a school of California in its searches by what is more common in this troubled period of the human being. The film rules a carefree aura, giving the viewer the most common and entertaining elements of adolescent films of the time. ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ still gives us one of the most celebrated characters of the decade, the misfit Jeff Spicoli, played by Sean Penn.
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