7º – The Breakfast Club (John Hughes, 1985)Five adolescents, for various reasons, are being held in detention at a school. Having to stay the whole afternoon in the place, the five, each representing some stereotype of the time, will learn a little about the life stories of their companions. A film that remains current even today, showing the adolescent dramas of various layers and types of individuals.
6º – The Lion King (Roger Allers, 1994)In a society led by lions in the jungle, a king is betrayed by a member of his family and dies tragically. Now, it is up to his son to try to recover the shine of that community. The Lion King’ is an animation without many fragments of humor, based more on the sense of adventure that dominates each scene, managing to work with various concepts about life in a light and didactic way.
5º – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Milos Forman, 1975)Trying to escape from prison, a man claims insanity and ends up in a psychiatric institution. There, he will learn more about himself, realize that his stay at the place would be more difficult than he thought and change the daily lives of other patients. Despite the good cast, it is Jack Nicholson who stands out, having the performance of his life, as well as one of the best ever seen in the seventh art.
4º – Pan’s Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006)Concentrated in the 1940s, the plot presents the story of a girl involved in an unpleasant situation with the construction of her new family. The film gains its dynamism by exploring the relationship that this girl has with the imaginary side of the world, starting a unique journey with the spectator. Irretrievable, ‘The Labyrinth of the Faun’ alternates reality and fantasy, proposing a different and irresistible story.
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