20º – What Dreams May Come (Vincent Ward, 1998)The film works with the concept of life after death in their enclosure scenes, exposing the relentless love between two people. ‘What Dreams May Come’ has a plot that may have no effect throughout the public, using a direction that values for full exposure of an aesthetic appearance and the presence of actor Robin Williams to give weight to the scenes.
19º – Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen, 1989)Broken into two separate stories, the film works with the look of betrayal in their plots, exposing erratic bonds contained in the human heart in the world. Masterpiece of Woody Allen, ‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’ work sincerely with the intricacies comprising life, bringing in its two central characters stories that even very different in the way they behave, explain exactly the same destructive concepts.
18º – House of Games (David Mamet, 1987)A psychiatrist to see completely obsessed with the underworld night gambles. However, nothing is really as she had thought, and your life may be in danger. ‘Emotions Game’ takes advantage of a compelling story and always responsive, with a plot that changes every scene surpassed, bringing the viewer several small twists that result in a “plot twist” gigantic and completely unexpected to an end.
17º – The Devil’s Advocate (Taylor Hackford, 1997)After stand out in a small town, a young lawyer has a chance to work for a large company in New York. However, what should be your big chance, end up as something notabilizando nothing pleasant as his wife starts to feel the psychological effects of his new teammates. ‘Devil’s Advocate’ works with several irresistible philosophical concepts, knowing that dose to its agile and dynamic plot. A traditional atmospheric thriller that also features the incredible presence of Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron, as well as one of the most remarkable performances of Al Pacino’s career.
16º – Fitzcarraldo (Werner Herzog, 1982)A man embarks on a journey in trying to build an opera in the midst of the jungle. The film gains its substance by bringing all this paranoid journey of man, exposing every difficulty on the way to your dream. Masterpiece, ‘Fitzcarraldo’ can be dynamic even though nearly three hours, with scenes that make use of all the talent director Werner Herzog and his protagonist, the actor Klaus Kinski.
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