40º – Split (M. Night Shyamalan, 2016)In the plot, three teenagers are abducted by a man with a personality disorder. Now it is up to them to try to save and find a way to flee the scene. ‘Fragmented’ is engaging from beginning to end, raising a story that changes every scene surpassed always unpretentiously impact the viewer.
39º – Unbreakable (M. Night Shyamalan, 2000)After surviving a train crash that vitimara all but him, a man discovers that nourishes special powers. Now, with the help of his son and a strange man, he will try to help the world. Directed by the king of the “plot twist” the great M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Unbreakable’ is as surprising as ‘The Sixth Sense’ (previous film director), bringing a concise and compelling plot, and plot twists that surprise all spectators.
38º – Enemy of the State (Tony Scott, 1998)Without knowing it, a lawyer is replaced in his power important evidence that can put important men in prison. However, this test will cause the lawyer to be pursued by the city and have your life completely changed. The whole dynamic of “Enemy of the State ‘, leading the viewer a complex web of pleasant and without weight makes the film win in quality. One of the best work of director Tony Scott’s career.
37º – The Skin I Live In (Pedro Almodóvar, 2011)A successful plastic surgeon keeps a woman trapped by using it for some scientific experiments. However, the plot allows more than presents in its early scenes, surprising with their decisions. ‘The Skin I Live’ follows the model of the direction of filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, bringing the viewer a plot permeated by completely unexpected twists.
36º – Drained (Heitor Dhalia, 2006)In the plot, an owner of a pawn shop gets its daily pleasure when buying valuables by small desperate people prices. However, after meeting a woman and a strange event in the place where work happens, everything will change. ‘Drained’ is a pearl of Brazilian cinema, with an engaging plot, fantastic performances, designed plans to perfection and a different cinematography, taking advantage of opaque colors, which gives a shine to all that we are witnessing.
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