Pan’s Labyrinth, 2006
Spain, Mexico, USA
Guillermo Del Toro has made a very strong Fmovies App film about the horrors of war. It is presented through the prism of a child’s perception. Which adds a lot to the effect of watching it. Because The cruelty of the world that surrounds Ophelia conjures up spooky images in the fantasies of this sweet. The impressionable girl who loves fairy tales. A bleak fantasy with a happy ending, but we know that happy ending. He is only possible in fairy tales, and often the opposite is true in life.
Once upon a time a little girl Alexandria. A Hollywood stunt man named Roy meet in a hospital in faraway Los Angeles. The girl fell out of a tree and broke her arm. The boy falls off a bridge and seriously injures his back. However, Their only entertainment becomes their story, their fictional world, their fairy tale. “Outlander” is a feast for the eyes, and if you’ve seen Tarsem Singh’s “The Cage” with Jennifer Lopez. You’ll certainly enjoy this one too.
The Mysterious Story of Benjamin Button, 2008
“The Oscars for the set, special effects, and best make-up confirm that visually the film is a sheer delight. Many have argued that the plot is too long, but the time span of the action is not an insignificant one. Supplement the fantastic story of a man who was born in his 80s and then started getting younger. A wonderful performance by Cate Blanchett and Brad Pitt, and you. Get a little cinematic masterpiece.
Since you have to agree that the planet Pandora in James Cameron’s film looks simply stunning. Although the movie runs almost two and a half hours, which many call a drawback, the whole time the picture is a joy to behold.
The Tree of Life, 2010
Since, the story of 11-year-old Jack, one of three brothers, who observes his mother’s actions. She represents love and mercy while his father tries to teach his son that in the real world he should always put himself first. However, each parent tries to get Jack on his side and he must reconcile himself to their pretensions. “The Tree” can hardly be called a feature film. No, it has superb acting by both Jessica Chastain and Brad Pitt, but the main thing here is the visuals. It’s a real painterly canvas.
“The Artist” is a gorgeous playful melodrama, witty and stylish. So, performed with a silent film aesthetic, it’s filled with cinematic magic that won’t let go for an instant. A case where a silent black-and-white love story is many times better than any audio one.