We all agree that there are fabulous movies, like Moonlight, that have won the love of the public and critics. However, many other films also deserve this affection and have been forgotten for different circumstances.
Have a look at the list of such movies:
10- Requiem for a dream
Would you do everything possible to achieve your dreams? It is one of the great questions that this movie poses. It shows us the world of drugs, with some surprising performance of its protagonists.
9- The circle
The film focuses on technology and shows us how it is evolving and taking over our life. It absorbs you and keeps you in suspense, trying to figure out what moral decision Watson will make.
8- Cafe Society
Cafe Society is a 2016 American romantic comedy movie. It shows the story of a boy who is Looking for an exciting career. Everything falls into place when he finds romance with a charming socialite.
The Zodiac Killer has been one of the most brutal in the history of the United States.
Jake Gyllenhaal does it perfectly and keeps us in suspense until the last second. However, it has become history as another thriller.
6- Nocturnal Animals
Nocturnal Animals is a 2016 American thriller movie. An art gallery owner is possessed by her ex-husband’s novel, a brutal thriller she describes as a veiled threat and a symbolic vengeance tale.
5- Justin Timberlake in Time Tattoo
The film is set in a futuristic city and is a brutal criticism of how we live today in a capitalist society. The difference is that in this movie, money is time, showing that the rich can live forever.
4- Children of men
The film is about 2027, when the human being is about to become extinct. It is not about the typical apocalyptic movie, but it is more focused on making a brutal critique of humanity and what we are doing to the planet.
3- The Lobster
It tells an unconventional love story since It focuses on loneliness and fear of living alone. The story is perfect, as are the casting performances and their acting.
2- Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Gary Oldman stars in this film. A significant contribution to the spy movies that have been a bit undervalued in recent years.
1- PS. I love you
Some think that it is one of those typical romantic comedies and that it is not worth watching. However, not only does it show us how to deal with the death of our loved one, but the monologue of Lisa Kudrow when a man touches her ass is one of the great pillars of feminism.