15º – Edward Scissorhands (Tim Burton, 1990)A man with scissors instead of hands, isolated all her life in a big castle, you are invited to be part of the social bow of a small town by a cosmetics saleswoman. Now, the young will have the task of facing prejudice by their condition and learn a new way of life. Masterpiece Tim Burton’s ‘Edward Scissorhands’ is included in this list by the romance between the central character and the daughter of the cosmetics saleswoman, an instance moving in a completely different way from that which we are used to seeing.
14º – The Shipping News (Lasse Hallström, 2001)Encased in a new reality of a small town, a middle-aged man, tormented by the past, you realize that your life could get much better as know some of the local residents. ‘The Shipping News’ takes advantage of a melancholic atmosphere and cold to your trigger scenes, proposing a rough story, but with an optimistic aura of the human heart in the world. Kevin Spacey and Julianne Moore star in this film, giving even more weight to the already productive siege of history.
13º – The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson, 2001)We will monitor the day the turbulent days of a dysfunctional family, understanding a little about the exaggerated behavior of each of its members. Pearl Wes Anderson, the film works with a most melancholy form of humor, bringing characters who always seek an inaccessible figure of happiness. A hell of a movie, counting also with a flawless cast, with appearances from the likes of Bill Murray, Ben Stiller, Anjelica Huston, Danny Glover, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Gwyneth Paltrow and fabulous Gene Hackman.
12º – The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor, 1940)A wedding senior members of society arouses the interest of a newspaper, which sends two journalists and former husband of the woman who is getting married to cover the event. ‘The Philadelphia Story’ is flawless, bringing a clever plot by unpacking each meander of its central characters assertively. The fabulous cast of the film is also responsible for much of the success, with attendance of James Stewart, Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn.
11º – Nebraska (Alexander Payne, 2013)An old man starts a journey across the country in the search for a possible lottery prize, with the company the figure of one of his sons. Nurturing a melancholy aura to the events exposed to every scene, ‘Nebraska’ is a film that studies what is most basic to life, gaining all its substance and quality to bring everyday situations inherent to the human species.
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