7º – Inland Empire (David Lynch, 2006)Created to be a kind of continuous nightmare, ‘Inland Empire’, despite being noted as a good movie, it is extremely uncomfortable for those who watch. They are planes at unpleasant angles, performances always exacerbated and a plot that turns in its central axis.
6º – Inception (Christopher Nolan, 2010)Using a plot permeated by nuances, mixing dreams and reality, ‘Inception’ presents the best filmmaker Christopher Nolan has to offer. It is difficult to keep up with the various changes of pace that history proposes to us, making the mission of watching the film much more difficult.
5º – Shutter Island (Martin Scorsese, 2010)In the 1950s, a government official traveled to an isolated psychiatric institution to investigate the disappearance of a patient from the site. ‘Shutter Island’ frightens by the density of the exposed content, nourishing a plot that changes with each outdated scene.
4º – Interstellar (Christopher Nolan, 2014)In the plot, some space explorers embark on a new and dangerous mission trying to preserve life on earth. Difficult, ‘Interstellar’ uses time lapses, fragments given to the viewer in an unstable way and a story that changes to each scene to give weight to the general compendium, consummating itself as a true masterpiece of cinema.
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