10º – The Decline of the American Empire (Denys Arcand, 1986)In the plot, several friends over 30 years discussing everyday situations, unraveling topics such as death, sexuality, family, love, betrayal and children. Fun and timely, ‘The Decline of the American Empire’ can work with complex issues of our existence in a gentle way, without using clichés to give weight to the scenes.
9º – The Family Man (Brett Ratner, 2000)A businessman wrapped in an empty routine in your life, have a chance to see how his journey would be the world if he had married a figure from her past. ‘The Family Man’ shows the different way that a life can be, showing how sometimes the figure of money does not represent everything for humans, and bring the importance that children have to the full satisfaction of a life .
8º – Parenthood (Ron Howard, 1989)The film explores the daily life of a family of middle America, bringing exacerbated each fragment comprising the frantic round its components every day living. One of the higher quality comedies between subgenre family films, ‘The Shot Is Not backfired’ makes use of a productive cast, quick and clever script and good direction.
7º – The Lego Movie (Phil Lord, 2014)In a parallel universe ruled by lego figures, we see several different characters enter in various confusions. ‘A Lego Adventure’ brings an aura of adventure that drives each fragment of the film, promoting a fun and always dynamic history, playing with various entertainment world figures.
6º – The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson, 2001)Based on the novel by JRR Tolkien, the plot explores the journey of several characters in order to destroy a powerful ring that corrupts its owners. ‘Lord of the Rings – The Fellowship of the Ring’ is the first film in the Rings trilogy, working with an engaging plot, a great direction of Peter Jackson, special striking effects for the time and a productive cast.
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