15º – Same Love, Same Rain (Juan José Campanella, 1999)We will explore several years of the lives of two individuals, understanding the limp relationship between them in all this time. ‘Same Love, Same Rain’ is light in each scene transposed to the viewer, presenting a pleasing romance story. Here, the greatest virtue of the film is to count on actor Ricardo Darín, who presents us with a performance that cannot be touched.
14º – Before Midnight (Richard Linklater, 2013)Finalizing the trilogy of ‘Before’, this film presents the journeys of our central characters already in a period of lag in their relationship, working, unlike the two previous works, with the harmful constructs that, sometimes, time provides. Irretrievable as the whole trilogy, ‘Before Midnight’ is the perfect conclusion to the story, being light and, at the same time, deep in the themes it proposes to bring.
13º – Magic in the Moonlight (Woody Allen, 2014)The film explores the troubled relationship between a young woman with a possible vision for the supernatural aspects of the world and a skeptical middle-aged man. Directed by Woody Allen, ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ has a light atmosphere to govern the events of his plot, with a siege of pleasant situations and a great cast.
12º – Pretty Woman (Garry Marshall, 1990)A program girl is hired by a rich man to keep her company, having her day to day completely changed when she found out that the motivations of the individual were the best. ‘Pretty Woman’ is perhaps the most expressive romantic comedy of the 1990s. Here, we will have all the most common components of the sub-genre exposed, always appreciating assertive situations that can entertain their spectator. It is also worth mentioning the central duo that runs the film, with the presence of Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, giving even more brilliance to the general context.
11º – Four Weddings and a Funeral (Mike Newell, 1994)Four Weddings and a Funeral’ is another pearl of the 1990s on this list, bringing a dynamic and fun plot, gaining much of its quality by exposing intelligent and well worked comic situations.
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