We all agree that there are great movies, like Moonlight, that they have won the love of the audience and the critics. However, there are many other films that also deserve this affection , and have been, in different circumstances, something forgotten.
Movies that deserve much more recognition
1 – Requiem for a dream
You do everything possible to achieve your dreams? It is one of the big questions posed by this film. At the same time shows us the world of drugs at the time with a few surprising actions of its protagonists.
2 – The circle
Emma Watson stars in this superb adaptation of the novel of the same name. The film focuses on the technology and shows us how it is evolving and taking over our lives. You absorbs and keeps you in suspense, trying to figure out what moral decision will take Watson.
3 – Café Society
The last movie of Woody Allen, ambientaba in Hollywood in the 30’s. It tells the story of a boy who wants to eat the world and falls in love in the midst of all the chaos of your life. A classic Allen with humor to lighten up all the drama.
4 – Zodiac
The Killer of the Zodiac has been one of the most brutal in the history of the united States, therefore, a movie adaptation seemed like a good idea.
Jake Gyllenhaal makes him perfectly, and keeps us in suspense until the last second. However, it has gone down in history as another thriller more.
5 – Nocturnal Animals
One of the movies most elaborate and brilliant of the last few years but that the criticism has been severely punished by not issuing any prize.
With Amy Adams, the head is a movie rambling and emotional.
6 – In-Time
The film is atmosphere in a futuristic city and is a critical brutal as we live today in a capitalist society. The difference is that in this movie the money it is time, showing that the rich can live forever.
7 – Children of men
The film is set in the year 2027, when the human being is on the verge of extinction. This is not the typical movie apocalyptic but more focused on doing a brutal critique of humanity and what we are doing to the planet.
8 – Lobster
It tells a story of unconventional love, because the world in which is set the single people are arrested. Focuses on the loneliness and the fear of living alone. The story is really good, as well as the performances of the casting and photography.
9 – The Mole
Gary Oldman stars in this film set in the Cold War. A great contribution to the cinema of espionage that has been a bit underappreciated in recent years.
10 – PD. I Love You
Some think that it is one of those typical romantic comedies and that’s not worth the effort to see it. However, not only shows us how to deal with the death of our landscape but that the monologue of Lisa Kudrow when a man taps him on the ass is one of the great pillars of feminism.