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Mcdouermann is the heroine in this wonderful film, representing the character of a police chief. What is really strange is how a woman can represent a man’s role. Not any man, but the police chief? But she is very distinguished in this role, and have very exceptional skills, everyone has gathered to say that this is one of the most beautiful and the most ingenious role for her.
‘First Reformed’ (2018)
This film talks about a priest living in the countryside, the atmosphere of the film is very calm and dramatic, so the end will be never expected, the director seeks to emulate other stories through this film and her really succeeds in this.
George Clooney and Vera Farmiga in “Up in the Air.” Dale Robinette/Paramount Pictures
‘Up in the Air’ (2009)
In this film, Clooney is a very funny and dramatized character whose proper appearance also helps him to master the role of the character. In this film he is represented as the servant of a great business master, but soon this great man’s situation deteriorates and his self-confidence also shakes. The film events are connected and excited and it has a convincing end.
Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like it Hot.” United Artists
‘Some Like It Hot’ (1959)
This film talks about two men who are working as musicians, but they try to escape from their work and each of them works in the work he loves, the first falls in love with a beautiful girl and the other wants to own a lot of money, the events of this film are very funny and exciting, you have to see it to the end so you know what happens to these two brothers.
From left, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, performing in 1968 in San Francisco in the documentary “Long Strange Trip.” Jim Marshall/The Grateful Dead, via Amazon Prime Video.
‘Long Strange Trip’ (2017)
This film talks about a documentary story that took place somewhere and its events are not known to everyone. There is not much to be said about it, but this film presents the story in an ideal way that benefits all people and gives them a chance to learn about this beautiful documentary story.
Jodie Foster in “The Accused.” Paramount Pictures
‘The Accused’ (1988)
Not everyone will be able to watch the events of this film, it tells a story about a girl who was brutally and brutally raped. The film’s events are not easy to watch, but it contains scenes of hope as a breath between the harsh scenes. The film answers a number of important questions that are commonly asked about the story of rape, victims, who is responsible and why?
James Stewart and Donna Reed in “It’s a Wonderful Life.” RKO Radio Pictures
‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (1946)
This film talks about an interesting and strange story. The film tries to answer the question: How will life be after a suicide bomber? Was it worth it? You will realize that life is so beautiful and that suicide is not necessarily the solution to all problems but It can also aggravate and multiply problems. You should always look around you and realize the value of your life before you dare to do something like suicide.
Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams in “Spotlight.” Open Road Films
The main story of this film is the investigations of the perpetrators of the heinous crimes in the Catholic Church, especially the incidents of abuse of children. The film contains many scenes of investigations, files and action on this subject. Will these investigations succeed in reaching and accounting for the perpetrators?
Carl Weathers, left, and Sylvester Stallone in “Rocky.” MGM
The film tells the story of a struggling self-made young man and how he turned into a well-known star. This film is full of stars, so it will attract you from the first to the last and with all its representatives, you have to watch the story of the transformation and construction of the star, the film is also full of lessons that will give you a lot.
Harry Hamlin, left, in ”Movie Movie.” Warner Bros
‘Movie Movie’ (1978)
The film was filmed almost 30 years ago, and the evolution of television has given it a new feature in terms of acting, photography and music.
A scene from the documentary “The Act of Killing.” Drafthouse Films
‘The Act of Killing’ (2013)
A famous documentary writer, who talks about death squads, and about their brutal crimes, also talks about the side effects of power and weapons and how they split between countries
And made war the basis of communication between hostile peoples, the speech that the hero plans to make at the end of the film is very influential and summarizes the story of hostility, wars, weapons and brutal force in this world.
Lucas Hedges and Saoirse Ronan in “Lady Bird.” Merie Wallace/A24.
‘Lady Bird’ (2017)
This film talks about a young girl in high school living in the place where she was born, it is a funny drama, this girl lives a story that is not really happy in the shadow of her parents who don’t understand each other and who have many problems, the girl does not feel mutual love and belonging to her parents, so she takes a new path on its own.
A scene from “Murder on the Orient Express.” Paramount Pictures
‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (1974)
In this film is a group of stars who have already won several awards, the essence of this film is that things are not the same as they were, the things always changes, and this happens in the lives of each of us, The film almost shows the story of an investigation into murder through making an investigation with each person rides a train.
From left, Christopher Rivera, Brooklynn Prince and Valeria Cotto in “The Florida Project.” A24
‘The Florida Project’ (2017)
This film talks about the lives of a group of friends on the coast, represented in this film a number of stars and newcomers, this film is somewhat dangerous and presents the paradox between different categories of the tourists coming to the coast for recreation.
Charlize Theron in “Young Adult.” Paramount Pictures
‘Young Adult’ (2011)
This film talks about people who go on a journey of self-discovery, and they come out of this experiment with very strange characters, how these characters turn out and what happens in this strange experience? Through this experience, a girl seeks to return to her native country and meet her lover again. The film is unexpected and somewhat new.
Tom Cruise in “Minority Report.” David James/20th Century Fox — DreamWorks
‘Minority Report’ (2002)
This film combines drama and science fiction very beautifully, it is interesting and attracts viewers in a very wonderful way. The film presents an integrated picture and presents the events in a very coherent way. The film presents stories about the discovery of the perpetrators of the crime before they do it and punish them for this, but a strange story occurs. Where a person is charged with a crime and brought evidence to prove his innocence.
A scene from “Night of the Living Dead.” Image Ten
‘Night of the Living Dead’ (1968)
The story of this film is strange and somewhat frightening. It talks about the re-living of the dead in some area. Not only that, but the dead try to catch up with the living people, and create an atmosphere of terror in the city, where everyone is afraid of their lives. How much harm will these dead people inflict? Do the city’s inhabitants succeed in escaping?
Kim Min-hee in “The Handmaiden.” Amazon Studios — Magnolia Pictures
‘The Handmaiden’ (2016)
This film talks about a girl who goes disguised as a maid to a palace. This girl has a well-planned plan whose ultimate goal is to seize the minors’ money by persuading the lady of the palace throne to marry a man. Then the events of the movies become more excites when they throw the lady in a psychiatric clinic in an attempt to seize her money.
Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in “His Girl Friday.” Columbia Pictures
His Girl Friday’ (1940)
Editor of the Greater Chicago Journal, is about to lose the best reporter in the newspaper Who is also his ex-wife, by marrying her tomorrow from the insurance representative who told him after she returned to the newspaper after the absence of four Months she will travel with Bruce after two hours, and after marriage she will live At his mother’s home for at least the first year, because she wants to feel like a wife and a housewife Home more than her sense of being a reporter.
From left, Laura Dern, Isabella Rossellini and Kyle MacLachlan in ‘‘Blue Velvet.” De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
‘Blue Velvet’ (1986)
A horror film produced by a search director who plunged deep into his head until he extracted these strange ideas, talking about a young man looking in his hometown for the monsters that had been living in the interior of his town for a long time.
Dustin Hoffman in “Little Big Man.” Cinema Center Films
‘Little Big Man’ (1970)
Western American film directed by Arthur Ben. The film is widely classified as Western, or epic, and includes many literary and cinematic genres, including comedy, drama and adventure. The film talks about a man who has been talking about his story since its inception, where it was raised by the Native Americans.
Gene Hackman in “The Conversation.” Paramount Pictures
‘The Conversation’ (1974)
The film revolves around a man who simply spies on people and earns behind the information he earns.
Shahab Hosseini, left, and Taraneh Alidoosti in “The Salesman.” Cohen Media Group
‘The Salesman’ (2017)
It is about a couple whose relationship begins to degenerate into contrast as they play representative roles in Arthur Miller’s famous novel Death of a Salesman, its very interesting and reflects how the relationships can be affected by social factors and what are the best ways to overcome these difficulties that make the life of husband and his wife difficult.
Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart in “The African Queen.” Paramount Pictures
‘The African Queen’ (1952)
The most beautiful thing in this film is that you can expect what will happen, the events of this film will occur around the First World War, such a British-American adventure that was quoted from a well-known novel.
Robin Williams, left, and Nathan Lane in “The Birdcage.” Lorey Sebastian/United Artists
‘The Birdcage’ (1996)
The film revolves around a young man who is involved in the love of a girl. This is normal, but the strange thing is the difference between each other’s family, where the most paradoxical and powerful comic situations occur when the two families meet. Some of them call for ethics and maintain proper customs and traditions. Her family is an abnormal nightclub owner.
James Baldwin in 1965. Sedat Pakay
‘I Am Not Your Negro’ (2017)
The film revolves around the era of racial segregation between whites and blacks in the United States of America, the difficulties faced by Negroes in their lives and their dealings with whites in this time period
Cynthia Nixon, left, and Jennifer Ehle in “A Quiet Passion.” Johan Voets/Music Box Films
‘A Quiet Passion’ (2017)
The story revolves around the life of an American poet, where she deals with the various events of her life from childhood and adolescence and school life at the age of young people, to the years of isolation from society and its absence from view, a film that is very interesting and suitable for women who wish to be poets and also inspiring for them as the woman in this film can be a good example for them.
Oscar Isaac in “Inside Llewyn Davis.” Alison Rosa/CBS Films
‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ (2013)
Inside Llewyn Davis 2013 is about the story of a well-known musician who faces the harsh winter of New York in 1961. He also suffers from distress and poverty and dependence on friends and strangers, but he did not know that fate would lead him on an epic journey he never expected to turn his life Forever.
Michelle Williams and Casey Affleck in “Manchester by the Sea.” Claire Folger/Roadside Attractions
‘Manchester by the Sea’ (2016)
The film spoke about Lee and his sadness caused him to do something other than his life to be worse. “Lee” was living a perfect life with his wife and children, Enter the grief and psychological pain, it was always sad to see him silent and when he speaks. You feel as viewers that he does not care about anything. He lives his life alone. He works as a reformer in Boston, mostly silent and depressed, makes us wonder, why is this person sad and so dismal?
Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline in “Sophie’s Choice.” Universal Pictures
‘Sophie’s Choice’ (1982)
After spending time with his new neighbors, an aspiring writer realizes that his neighbor harbor deep secrets that will change him forever.
The story tells the story of a Polish woman who survived the Nazi concentration camps during World War II and settled in New York City and was associated with a tragic love affair with an emotionally disturbed Jewish man. The novel is carried out by a young southern man who did not make it as Jewish as most of the works that revolve around Nazi concentration camps, but Catholic Christianity, thereby breaking the Jewish monopoly of that experience as a unique experience that no other human race has experienced in history.
Madonna in “Desperately Seeking Susan.” Orion Pictures
‘Desperately Seeking Susan’ (1985)
This film talks about the life of a young attractive girl, after this film, this girl became one of the biggest stars in the world.
Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins in “The Silence of the Lambs.” Orion Pictures
‘The Silence of the Lambs’ (1991)
A 1991 American film, based on a four-part story of the same series as the serial killer “Hannibal Lecter”, is one of the most famous films. In 1999, the film won the 65th best American film ever in 100 years, as part of the American Film Institute, and won five Oscar awards.
Nicolas Cage and Elisabeth Shue in “Leaving Las Vegas.” United Artists, via Everett Collection
‘Leaving Las Vegas’ (1995)
An American drama starring Nicolas Cage, tells the story of a Hollywood screenwriter, lost everything because of his alcohol addiction, meets a prostitute and lives together later.
Michelle Pfeiffer in “Married to the Mob.” Orion Pictures
‘Married to the Mob’ (1988)
This film is a comedy and drama, it’s about the admiration of a security man working in the federal investigation by a wife of a security man also, the husband dies and the wife tries to build a new life, despite the pursuit of men and admiration of her.
Adam Driver and Golshifteh Farahani in “Paterson.” Mary Cybulski/Amazon Studios — Bleecker Street
In the state of New Jersey, the bus driver lives a life of great routine because of his traditional work and because of the repetition of his daily program, during which he writes poetry while trying to overcome challenges of his life.
Brie Larson and Lakeith Stanfield in “Short Term 12.” Brett Pawlak/Cinedigm
‘Short Term 12’ (2013)
The story of the film is in a dramatic setting in a home for the care of adolescents at risk because of family circumstances. A good girl tries to help them get out of their bad mental state, to adapt to life until the time they leave the care home. Strangely, the girl herself had a problem with Her father, who beat her and insulted her until she brought him into prison, is also in love with a young man. But when she learns that she is pregnant in a troubled child, especially when she learns that her father will be out of prison soon, what will happen to her and to the group of teenagers? Both of them?
From top, Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in “The Kid.” First National Pictures
‘The Kid’ (1921)
Unexpectedly, a young man joins an unusual alliance with the local sheriff, and with the offender, to save his sister (Sarah) from the boy’s uncle and gang leader.
Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in “The Big Sick.” Sarah Shatz/Amazon Studios — Lionsgate
‘The Big Sick’ (2017)
the film tells the story of a true love between a young man and a girl amidst the parents’ strong limitations to this relationship, and the insistence of the girl and youth to be next to each other, the young man and girl face many difficulties, will they overcome the circumstances?
Adam Driver, left, and Channing Tatum in “Logan Lucky.” Claudette Barius/Bleecker Street
‘Logan Lucky’ (2017)
Two brothers are trying to follow through all possible ways to complete a robbery during the presence of everyone to a famous race in the United States of America, will they succeed?
Cary Grant and Grace Kelly in “To Catch a Thief.” Paramount Pictures
‘To Catch a Thief’ (1955)
The former jewelry thief, nicknamed the Cat, and a member of the former French Resistance of the Second World War, settled in a luxury villa on the French Riviera, in front of the vineyards, amidst the millions, but there were thefts of jewelry among the pioneers. The insurance company asks him to prove his innocence by arresting the real thief who is alleged to be the cat. He asks him about the rich widow who came with her daughter to look for a suitable groom. They have a quantity of jewelry they have secured. They are the potential victim of the new thief. With Francis, and met a restaurant with former resistance colleagues.
Susan Sarandon and Kevin Costner in “Bull Durham.” Orion Pictures
‘Bull Durham’ (1988)
In a comedian romantic romance in the amateur league for 12 years, he is assigned to one of the most distinguished teams in the professional league. The first category, in order to educate one of the outstanding baseball talents in the world of baseball is the powerful, powerful blows, the two do not adapt easily to one another, On the crazy baseball fan, it is oh you will choose?
Gene Hackman, center, in a scene from “Hoosiers.” Tom Strickland/Associated Press
For a true story that took place in 1954, the film tracks the Indiana basketball team and its preparations for the high school team to win the final and the league through the coach of the basketball team, the owner of the past tense and the former alcoholic who is trying to recover to lead the team to victory.
Brooke Adams and Donald Sutherland in “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” MGM
‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ (1978)
In a small town, a group of local people are changing the color of their relatives and friends. Some of them are beginning to change. The reason is that a space invasion has attacked the city and made solutions to people’s bodies, making them nerve-wracking and unemotional. One of the transformations, he and his friends who did not change the escape before they decide the fateful fate
From left, foreground, Song Kang-ho and Kim Sang-kyung in “Memories of Murder.” Palm Pictures
‘Memories of Murder’ (2005)
In a drama, suspense and suspense about a journalist and writer trying to uncover the mystery of a serial criminal for a case that lasted more than 15 years through an interlocking plan that makes the criminal reveal his identity
Celestine the Mouse (voiced by Mackenzie Foy) and Ernest the Bear (voiced by Forest Whitaker) in “Ernest & Celestine.” GKids
‘Ernest & Celestine’ (2014)
Celtin lives in the underworld of rodents. In the shelter, she was told of the bad, brutal and frightening world of a group of bears, but she doubts the veracity of the stories. Celeste had a passion for drawing but she taught dentistry as a rodent. One day, while performing a mission in the bear world, a bear discovers it and intends to eat it, but tells him that she will guide a cellar with food and actually goes there with her and a strong relationship develops between them.
Jon Voight, left, and Dustin Hoffman in “Midnight Cowboy.” United Artists, via Everett Collection
‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969)
The film tells the story of a desperate young man who leaves his job as a laundry to a restaurant in order to go to a rich city. There he decides to sell his body for sale, but he realizes that things are much harder than he had imagined. Then he finds a kind man who becomes his only friend.
Itay Tiran, center, in “Demon.” The Orchard
A young woman returns to her father’s house in the village to try to discover the circumstances of his death. There, in the village marshes, she found a magic amulet that enabled her to reach the demons of the village. Will she know why her father died and the circumstances of his death?