30º – Chef (Jon Favreau, 2014)A respected chef decides to leave his steady job at a restaurant back and open your own business with family by starting a food truck. ‘Chef’ is fun and entertaining from beginning to end. Very dynamic, the film, in addition to the figure of quite comprehensive food throughout history, can raise the aspect of technological change in the world, as the strength of social networks, leaving everything much more connected.
29º – Ex Machina (Alex Garland, 2014)A talented young is selected to attend an artificial intelligence development program in a completely isolated place. Instead, little by little, the young realize the intensity of its function, as glimpsed strange things hatch in the environment. Working with the philosophical concept of will to power, the film uses the figure of a robot to explain basic and instinctive judgments about human origins.
28º – Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel (Grigori Kromanov, 1979)A police officer will answer a call on an isolated hotel. Instead, suddenly the cop finds himself trapped after an avalanche, having to deal with strange and bizarre events that will challenge your life. Pearl completely unknown to the Soviet cinema of the late 1970s, ‘Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel’ seeks inspiration in the classic “Invasion of Body Snatchers’ to guide its dark history and permeated by unique moments.
27º – Brazil (Terry Gilliam, 1985)In the future, a man wrapped in a bland bureaucratic work, you see pursued by the authorities after an error. Owner of one of the most spectacular buildings futures already exposed in the seventh art, ‘Brazil’ is a lovely film. Career best film director Terry Gilliam.
26º – The Motorcycle Diaries (Walter Salles, 2004)The film tells a motorcycle trip through several places of Che Guevara. On the journey, the film shows the man learning more about themselves and about the various social devices around you. Good choice, ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’ appeals for its mild climate, outlining a pleasant look on the human being.
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