25º – The Secret Life of Pets (Chris Renaud, 2016)We will accompany the daily life of a dog who lives in a building with its owner and other pets of place. Everything changes when the owner of the dog adopts a new baggy companion, waking several confusions. Fun and dynamic, ‘The Secret Life of Animals’ reaches its point of highest quality to tease out exactly the behavior of the central story of animals, plucking much laughter of the spectator. The highlight of the film, no doubt, is to completely freaked character rabbit sewage, small Snowball (with the unmistakable voice of actor Kevin Hart), who can generate real laughs in the audience in every scene in which it is exposed.
24º – 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. ‘Night Animals’ is different from the rest of the films on this list, showing the figure of vengeance covertly, choosing to work with a story that is divided into two fronts.
23º – Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)After suffering an accident and break a leg, a professional photographer finds himself stuck in a dull routine recovery in his apartment. Without having much to do, the man decides to spy on your camera’s apartments nearby building. The plot gets its substance when man is convinced that in one of the apartments that was spying would have happened a murder. Masterpiece of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Rear Window’ is one of the great of the cinema history of movies. The whole genius of Hitchcock is present in the film, taking advantage of a clever plot and that can generate chills in the viewer in a simple way.
22º – Perfect Blue (Satoshi Kon, 1997)A successful singer decides to try to start a career as an actress. However, the stern of a work production process stirs the psychological apparatus of the woman, leaving reality and hallucinations walking in the same direction. fabulous Japanese animation, ‘Perfect Blue’ enchants the same extent that disturbs your viewer, bringing a rustic history and moving it cruelly with his protagonist.
21º – The African Queen (John Huston, 1951)Amid the beginning of the 1st World War II, an English missionary finds himself all alone in Africa after his brother dies, having to resort to the help of a drunken captain of a boat. Nurturing an impeccable direction of John Huston, a dynamic and exciting history and a brilliant cast, ‘The African Queen’ is a masterpiece of cinema. Watch Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn dividing the screen as a romantic couple is a unique experience to the viewer.
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