7º – Shutter Island (Martin Scorsese, 2010)In the 1950s, a government official travels to an isolated psychiatric institution to investigate the disappearance of a patient from the site. ‘Shutter Island’ is frightened by the density of the exposed content, nurturing a plot that changes with each outdated scene.
6º – Man of Steel (Zack Snyder, 2013)In another adaptation of the emblematic DC Comics character, this film follows Clark Kent’s initial steps, capturing from his childhood until his first tasks in the costume of Superman. ‘Man of Steel’ is an interesting and fair adaptation, raising a plot with ups and downs, but that manages to achieve its mission of entertaining the viewer.
5º – Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2 (Quentin Tarantino, 2003)Brutally attacked in the ceremony of her marriage, surviving by mere chance, a woman seeks revenge against those responsible for the act, starting a bloody journey without winners. Divided into two volumes, ‘Kill Bill’ brings the traditional brilliance of Quentin Tarantino’s cinema, with dizzying plans and a history siege that always values exaggeration.
4º – Interstellar (Christopher Nolan, 2014)In the plot, some space explorers enter a new and dangerous mission trying to preserve life on earth. Difficult, ‘Interstellar’ takes advantage of time lapses, fragments given to the viewer in an unstable way and a story that changes to each scene to give weight to the general compendium, consummating itself as a true masterpiece of cinema. However, mistakes are present in the final moments of the film, without, however, harming the spectator’s experience.
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