3º – The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford, 1940)A poor family is forced to leave their homeland and cross the United States in an old truck looking for a place to live. Sad in each of its ways, ‘The Grapes of Wrath’, much more than exposing the turbulent and suffering phases that the human being goes through in his journey in the world, explains the destructive arc that a claudicating social model has in the lives of the most diverse individuals. John Ford’s unquestionable masterpiece.
2º – Ray (Taylor Hackford, 2004)The film explores the most important fragments of Ray Charles’ life, working with his unique way of dealing with the world, his unquestionable talent and the fact that he has no vision, something that simply does not limit him. ‘Ray’ is a good film, consummated as an honest biography about an important character of the 20th century.
1º – Singin’ in the Rain (Stanley Donen, 1952)The greatest musical in the history of cinema, ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ is a film that elevates the positive aspects of life to each plane during its 103 minutes. Everything here works to make the viewer happy, with anthological and unforgettable scenes.