50 Movies That Will Change Your Life

10º – The Master (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2012)Following the life of a veteran of World War 2, the film has a plot that works with the concept of obsession inserted in humans, and show how, sometimes, some people have a mismatch in the other. ‘The Master’ still uses a unique aesthetic construction to their scenes with an impeccable cinematography, which knows how to take the best of your cast and scenarios.


9º – Do the Right Thing (Spike Lee, 1989)By the exacerbated heat of summer, spend a few moments in the lives of many residents of a Brooklyn neighborhood, understanding about their routines, conflicts, pleasures and forms of social exchange. Most movie Spike Lee’s career, ‘Do the Right Thing’ is impeccable from the first to the last plan. Most of the charm of this masterpiece is allocated in the hot insertion of its atmosphere, with buildings that convey the viewer all the heat and intensity of each scene.


8º – A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971)Allocated in the future, the film presents the story of a leader of a violent gang that after many horrible crimes, is arrested. After more than two years in prison, the man has a chance to be a guinea pig for a scientific experiment that promises to inhibit violence, leaving you free in a few weeks. However, everything has a price, and the character will discover the hard way. ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is a film that has beautiful plans even in the most harrowing scenes brought to the public. Biggest movie of Stanley Kubrick career.


7º – Cries & Whispers (Ingmar Bergman, 1972)Two sisters return to the house they built their childhoods, after another sister was dying of cancer at the site. In the house, we’ll hatch numerous hard feelings and stories about the origin and psychological makeup of all involved. ‘Cries and Whispers’ takes advantage of much of its impressive cinematography to give dynamism to the story. Masterpiece of Ingmar Bergman.


6º – Vera Drake (Mike Leigh, 2004)Concentrated in the 1950s in England, the film presents the story of Vera and its low economic class family. Living as a housewife, Vera also nourishes the habit of performing abortions on young people who seek it without her family knowing. However, when one of the young people have problems after practice, the life of Vera will be changed. Hard in his ways, ‘Vera Drake’ works with the tragic innocence of his protagonist, offering no positive points to your viewer.

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