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8 best movies-
Mulholland Drive (2001)
It’s a David Lynch production. We probably don’t need to say anything else, do we? We’ll do it. Naomi Watts plays a would-be actress who helps an amnesiac woman recover from a car accident, but she soon becomes entangled in a mystery involving killers, doppelgangers, and a mysterious blue box. Many directors have attempted to replicate what Lynch does here (the dream logic, the backlighting, the twist), but none have succeeded.
Wall-E is still regarded as one of the greatest romantic comedies of all time. Wall-E and Eve’s relationship grows like a plant in a landfill—the world has been shipped off to space, but these two still find a connection on Earth. You’ll laugh, cry, and dash to your kitchen for more tissues
In the Mood For Love (2000)
This is the film that established Wong Kar-Wai as a filmmaker to keep an eye on. Sure, it’s another love story. It’s yet another meet-cute. It is, however, one of the best of the bunch. In the Mood for Love is much more than just another fling, much like David Lean’s Brief Encounter took the genre to darker places. The entire thing is basically a blue ball trigger warning—two neighbours spend a winter flirting with each other, but nothing ever happens.
Step Brothers (2008)
Will Ferrell’s greatest achievement is in the realm of comedy. It’s possibly the most “Will Ferrell” film ever made. We know that means you’re either super excited (and have probably already seen it ten times) or you’re avoiding it. In any case, it’s absolutely hilarious.
Movies: The Act of Killing (2013)
Okay, so The Act of Killing can be a little excessive at times. It can also be as complex and terrifying as any documentary of the time. It tracks down men who took part in the mid-1960s Indonesian mass killings and asks them to recreate and relive their crimes on camera. Flattered by the attention, these mass murderers dive into their roles like children at a talent show, eager to show us what they’re capable of.
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Uncle Boonme Who Can Recall His Past Lives (2010)
Do you enjoy action? What about movie stars? Plots that make sense or fast-paced stories? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might be perplexed by Uncle Boonmee’s opening sequence: a three-minute static shot of a cow in a forest. Don’t worry, the film resumes…sort of. This dreamlike evocation of life and death includes a dying man, ghosts, forests, lakes, and trees, and a princess having sex with a catfish. It is not for everyone, but it is for me.
The Green Knight (2021)
It’s not every day that you see someone level up with The Green Knight like David Lowery. The director went from nobody to somebody, from 6th man to all-star, from rookie-of-the-year to MVP. Last year, he gave us one of the all-time great Fantasies, in which a knight travels through a mystical forest to confront a wooded demon. The journey is lush, adventurous, and exotic, providing a break for everyone involved.
The Dark Knight (2008)
Superhero movies aren’t cinema, are they? Scorsese, did you see The Dark Knight? Christopher Nolan’s take on the caped crusader may be the most cinematic film of the twenty-first century: big, bold, and Holy Batman, have you seen the performances?
The Dark Knight (2008) Official Trailer #1 – Christopher Nolan Movie HD – YouTube