7º – The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson, 2004)After his friend dies in a confrontation with a shark, a documentarist of marine life starts an expedition for revenge, getting into the most diverse confusions. Belonging to Wes Anderson’s cinema, this work takes advantage of a more unpretentious humor, reaching its highest quality point in its productive cast, especially in Bill Murray’s unretouchable performance as a protagonist.
6º – Amélie (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001)The film explores the trajectory of a young girl, unsuited to her social environment, in the world, showing all the intricacies that comprise her unique way of acting. Coming from the great French cinema, the film has an atmosphere that uses a magic model for each story resolution, always making itself very pleasant.
5º – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, 2015)We’ll enter the lives of Greg, a creative teenager focused on spending school time without standing out from the crowd, his friend Earl, a kind of mirror of his friend’s constructs, and Rachel, a teenager who had recently discovered cancer. The film has an assertive rhythm, exploring each nuance of adolescence in the American context, separating its story into two distinct strands, one cheerful and the other dealing with the pain of certain facts of the plot.
4º – Hocus Pocus (Kenny Ortega, 1993)Surrounded by the reality of a small town, some children unintentionally end up waking up three witches from the 17th century. Now it’s up to them to defeat the witches and save the city. Abracadabra’ is one of the most iconic films with a Halloween theme, using a plot that brings together the best of the 1990s.
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