7º – Bridget Jones’s Diary (Sharon Maguire, 2001)A misfit young man has the romance of his dreams when his handsome boss is attracted to her. However, this romance will be intense and will bring positive and negative elements to her, not to mention the appearance of a third person who will agitate the situation. An iconic romantic comedy, ‘The Diary of Bridget Jones’ is incredible from the first to the last scene, bringing a lightweight story, irresistible characters and a cast at an inspired moment, with the presence of Renée Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth.
6º – The Lion King (Jon Favreau, 2019)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’ manages to maintain the brilliance of the animation of the 1990s, with incredible special effects and, of course, the irresistible atmosphere proposed by history.
5º – Frozen 2 (Chris Buck, 2019)Anna and Elsa end up starting a new adventure in order to save their hometown and discover the origins of the powers of one of them. Frozen 2 is not as good as the first film, but even so, it still presents an agile and enchanting plot that enchants those who watch it.
4º – Rocketman (Dexter Fletcher, 2019)This musical explores the life of the musician Elton John, capturing the most important moments of his journey in the world. ‘Rocketman’ is a biographical film of respect, using an interesting story and all the brightness of the figure of his main character.
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