10º – Nocturnal Animals (Tom Ford, 2016)In the plot, after receiving the new novel by her ex-husband, a woman will notice that the book’s story details bind directly to your own life. ‘Nocturnal Animals’ is different from other traditional films of the genre, showing a figure of vengeance covertly, choosing to work with a story that is divided into two fronts.
9º – Prisoners (Denis Villeneuve, 2013)Two little girls disappear without a trace. In desperation, the father of one of the girls decided not to wait for the police bureaucracy and investigate the case itself. Here, everything is spotless. Its director, Canadian Denis Villeneuve, manages to create a unique atmosphere to the film, explaining how low we can go in extreme situations. ‘Prisoners’ may be looked down upon by still recent, having its due recognition. However, it is fair to say we have this film one of the greatest exponents of suspense, managing to bring the viewer every positive meander that the genre has to offer.
8º – Arrival (Denis Villeneuve, 2016)After several alien spacecraft landed on the ground in many parts of the world, one linguist is hired to try to unravel the secrets of that ship which is in the United States. Gradually she will realize that the motivations of the aliens were much more positive than it appeared. ‘Arrival’ is an impressive film. To be able to understand the nuances of the plot, we are led to what is most beautiful among the philosophical aspects.
7º – Naked Lunch (David Cronenberg, 1991)Stranger in all his ways, the film works its plot with the trajectory of an exterminator of insects that involves, for mere figure of chance in a major conspiracy that can cost your life. ‘Naked Lunch’ is the most peculiar work of’ve only film David Cronenberg, nurturing strengths and weaknesses, certainly worth being assisted.
6º – In the Mouth of Madness (John Carpenter, 1994)In the plot, a man begins to investigate the life of a renowned writer of horror books, only to find that fiction and reality may not be so far apart. Belonging to the movie John Carpenter, ‘In the Mouth of Madness’ – overlooked work within the filmography of the director – she is a flawless terror, working with atmospheric passages and an engaging story and of course, scary.
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