5º – Westworld (Michael Crichton, 1973)A futuristic amusement park promises to adult entertainment for its visitors, with activities prohibited in the real world. The film gains its substance by exploring walking two friends the place, capturing from the most pleasant time for them even when something goes wrong and their lives are now in danger. ‘Westworld’ is a science fiction that works with few resources to the general quality compendium. However, this limitation does not interfere, and Michael Crichton, director and screenwriter, takes advantage of its good plot to put this movie among the great of the genre in the 1970s.
4º – Back to the Future (Robert Zemeckis, 1985)In the plot, a young man is accidentally sent by a misfit scientist to the past, an experience that had been misplaced. Now it is up to the young man trying to adapt to the year 1955, to undertake a search for the back to the present and avoid tinkering with the usual chronology of time. ‘Back to the Future’ explains the best that the 1980 offered the seventh art. His concise history and dynamic involves the viewer from beginning to end of the film, gaining strength each surpassed scene.
3º – Hail, Caesar! (Coen Brothers, 2016)The film explores the making of a film production company in the 1950s, showing the daily life of the members of the place, as well as the various setbacks encountered at various times. ‘Hail, Caesar’ is regular in its execution, perhaps lost in pace relative to other career films the Coen brothers, but can excel as a good option. Actor Ralph Fiennes plays a secondary character in the story, giving even more shine to the already great cast.
2º – The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, 2014)Between the two world wars, we will follow the adventures of a manager of a large hotel and his assistant, having a little sketch of exaggerated and confusing model of both effecting every step over the world. ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ is an aesthetically flawless film, with buildings environments and a bright cinematography. Its plot with the traditional single model of Wes Anderson to give life to each scene is fun from start to finish, providing several hilarious moments the viewer. Here, Ralph Fiennes reaches one of the great performances of his career, is entering perfectly in all that different tone of the film.
1º – The Gift (Joel Edgerton, 2015)In the plot, a couple receives an unexpected visit from a man who had been a friend of one of them for a long time. However, the strange man begins little by little, to bother the couple, been put in doubt their motives before them. ‘The Gift’ is used a few scenarios to govern the events of its history. Here, everything is guided in a mystery climate that is maintained until the final moments of the film, leaving the viewer to formulate theories about what you see on screen.