7º – The Irishman (Martin Scorsese, 2019)A unique chance to see Al Pacino and Robert De Niro together in a Martin Scorsese film, ‘The Irishman’ is more films about the mafia of the director’s career that stands out as a true masterpiece. An intelligent film, well directed, with performances that border on perfection and a dynamic in every scene that impresses. The highlight of the film in the field of acting, despite having great performances from the two legends mentioned above, is actor Joe Pesci, who gets one of the greatest performances of his brilliant career.
6º – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (John Hughes, 1986)A teenager decides to take a day off from his school routine by pretending to be sick to his parents. On that day, the teenager will try, together with his girlfriend and a friend, to get as much satisfaction out of each situation faced. A classic of the 1980s, directed by the legendary John Hughes, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day off’ is much more than a typical adolescent film of the decade, offering strong philosophical constructions and creating an unusual look at what human life consists of.
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