7º – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry, 2004)The adventures and setbacks of a couple are distinguished by this film, always against the backdrop of a non-chronological aura of scenes that demand the maximum from their spectator. Here, Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet play characters quite different from those they have consummated in their films, in a dense and visually impeccable drama.
6º – The Matrix (Lana and Lilly Wachowski, 1999)In the plot, a hacker discovers that the world he lives in is nothing like what he thought it was, breaking with his social models and starting a journey in search of the individuals who control that reality. Frenetic with each scene transposed to the public, ‘Matrix’ is one of the most emblematic action films of the 1990s, with a model of governing its plot that impresses the viewer.
5º – Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999)In the plot, we will have the lives of several different characters being unravelled, showing the erratic ties that tangent the journeys of each one. Magnolia’ offers us a sketch of the way in which a society governs its almost always pathological daily life, presenting us with individuals who represent each of the most evident elements of this arch. A true masterpiece of cinema.
4º – Ex Machina (Alex Garland, 2014)A talented youngster is selected to participate in an artificial intelligence development program in a completely isolated place. In place, little by little, the youngster will perceive the intensity of his function, as well as glimpse strange things hatching in the environment. Working with the philosophical concept of the will to power, the film uses the figure of a robot to explain basic and instinctive precepts about the human origin.
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