3º – The Great Gatsby (Baz Luhrmann, 2013)The film tells the story of a rich man and his turbulent and different life. ‘The Great Gatsby’ is a good film, bringing a productive cast, a concise script (adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel) and a regular direction.
2º – Cape Fear (Martin Scorsese, 1991)Recently released from prison, a man seeks revenge against the lawyer responsible for his arrest, tormenting the individual’s family in a perverse game. Martin Scorsese’s Pearl of the Scenes, ‘Cape Fear’ is a remake of a 1960s work (based on a novel by John D. MacDonald), nevertheless still better than the original. All the burden of suspense that Scorsese cherishes to construct by bringing every meander of the plot can make the spectator tense to every fragment that has passed. A film that still features fabulous performances by actors Robert De Niro and Nick Nolte.
1º – Near Dark (Kathryn Bigelow, 1987)The film follows the nuances of a group of vampires in a small town, unraveling the exacerbated daily life of those beings. Unlike most of the genre’s options, the film uses a different, somewhat unpretentious plot, giving an empathic look at what is traditionally overlooked.