The Marigold Hotel: The Best Exotic
Several elderly people come to a hotel in India for different reasons: some need an operation, some have run out of money, and some just want to rest and regain their former state of mind. And everyone finds their own sense of happiness there. Incidentally, a sequel release was in 2015, with Richard Gere joining the brilliant cast (Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and Bill Nye).
Conquerors of the Waves
A Sports Drama about a boy surfer with a dream who was not afraid to go all the way and became a legend. However, all he can dream of is riding the highest wave. Of course, he can’t do it without an experienced mentor. In him, he sees his best friend and father. Because The story is a biopic about famous athlete Jay Moriarty.
It since A wonderful black and white film about an old man who receives a letter of good fortune and belief. It decides to travel to Nebraska to get the promised million dollars. His son realizes it’s all a divorce but still sets off with his father to be with him and give him. The gift of happiness. So, Perhaps this is one of the most life-like films that combines a lot of light, sweet, sad, and funny moments.
The Tail Wags the Dog
However, a work that has long been an epic in cinema, a must-watch for PR people, by the way. The film, whose second title is “The Rascal”, is in fact a light irony and, in some places. A harsh, sarcastic commentary on the whole system in which the modern world known. So it is set against the backdrop of a White House sex scandal. in order to divert public attention from the stumbling president. It decided to stage a small but victorious war in the Balkans, a virtual war.
Ides of March
George Clooney’s fourth directorial effort in the political thriller genre. However, it tells the story of Mike Morris’s campaign for the 2004 Democratic presidential primary. His running mate, Stephen, is deeply convinced that his boss is more deserving of the office than anyone else. But big politics is full of intrigue and foul play.
The Iron Lady
It’s a biographical film about the life of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, telling the story of an iron lady from the moment she became interested in politics. So the film won Meryl Streep her third Oscar.