Mulholland Drive (2001)
You could watch Mulholland Drive, without a doubt probably the best film of another century. Multiple times and still receive something other than what’s expected in return with each return to. David Lynch’s exciting bad dream of Los Angeles is thick with secret, fear, and uncanny provocativeness—subjects that had for some time been a consistent of the auteur’s work, yet which here arrived at their offensive apotheosis.
Bicycle Thieves (1948)
The apex of Italian Neorealism, Vittorio de Sica’s after war magnum opus represents the development’s financial concerns, moving its elaborate shows with tragic power. An enduring study of private enterprise through the account of an everyman’s losing fight to defend a well deserved work and protect his respect according to his son, Bicycle Thieves continues to educate the most humanist works regarding our time, from Winter’s Bone to Shoplifters.
The Dark Knight (2008)
Christopher Nolan’s agonizing, far reaching Batman continuation intertwines the comic-book flick with the wrongdoing epic and conveys something genuinely uncommon. A pop scene with sections of shockingly intense despondency. The film’s runaway film industry achievement, alongside its basic approval, made it a marvel that reshaped Hollywood. There’s a motivation behind why hero films treated so appropriately these days—even by the Oscars—and this is it. ดูหนังออนไลน์ฟรี