10 movies that you should watch alone
Having a good movie-hearted friend will make your viewing experience significantly enhanced and will be a comfortable time when you can share your full interests with the other. However, there are movies that only when viewed alone, you have private moments to "penetrate" all the beauty and subtle of the films. In this article, let's take a look at these movies.
10. All Is Lost – 2013
"All Is Lost" is a film about the arduous journey of the sea of actor Robert Redford, when his boat floats on the vast sea with the dangers and difficulties. He stood in front of the immense sea, lost direction, lost the ship and witnessed the anger of the Mother Nature. Throughout the film, there is very dramatic that you can only truly feel when sitting alone in front of a small screen.
9. Gravity – 2013
Gravity is a film about the space flight of Dr. Ryan Stone and veteran cosmonaut Matt Kowalsky after the shrapnel crashed into the shuttle, causing the ship to almost break down and push both of them into the space. Stuck in an empty space without gravity, not enough oxygen to breathe and completely cut off contact with the earth, they are forced to work together to fight for life from the hands of Death God.
8. The Shawshank Redemption – 1994
“The Shawshank Redemption” is a 1994 American psychedelic film written and directed by Frank Darabont, based on Stephen King's novel, “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption”. The film tells the story of guy Andy Dufresne with the current bright life; he has everything that a man coveted. However, suddenly the death of his wife and her affair has caused him to have an unfair sentence. And since then, the stories around this character have also begun.
7. Into The Wild – 2007
"Into The Wild" is based on the true story, about the character Christopher McCandless, a student and athlete just graduated from college. In the film, he refuses the bright future to be set up to enjoy the wildlife. After burning the papers, he made a trip to Alaska by walking or asking for a ride. And the story goes on when the people Christopher encounters on the way have helped him realize the value of himself and his life.
6. Moon – 2009
Moon is a science fiction film that is played by famous director Ducan Jones. The context of the film is set in the future, when the energy crisis on Earth has been solved by a rock on the moon. Lunar company hires Sam Bell to work on a three-year contract, overseeing the exploitation of the stone. He is in a modern control center, with the help of intelligent robot Gerty. When there are only two weeks left, the contract is over and he is looking forward to returning home. But Sam begins to see hallucinations and ill health drastically. He had an accident while investigating the terrain surface.
5. The Fountain – 2006
“The Fountain” is a film released in 2006, with a fairly simple, easy-to-understand plot revolving around a central character, Tommy, a psychiatrist at the head of a research institute. Succeeding in a career but facing tragedy in his personal life when Tom witnessed the death of loved ones for the disease.
4. The Assassination of Jesse James by The Coward Robert Ford – 2007
It is a 2007 film directed to the subject of Far West launched by director Andrew Dominik. The film is about the famous and mysterious robber, Jesse James, nicknamed as the fastest gunman in the West. Planning an unprecedented robbery, Jesse recruited Robert and Charley Ford. The film has dramatic action and many unexpected circumstances throughout the length promises to bring you an unforgettable experience.
3. Lost In Translation – 2003
“Lost In Translation” is an American comedy-drama script written and directed by Sofia Coppola in 2003. It is her second movie, after The Virgin Suicides (1999). The film stars Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Giovanni Ribisi, Anna Faris and Fumihiro Hayashi. The film revolves around the story of an out-of-date actor Bob Harris and a girl who has recently graduated from college Charlotte accidentally bloom a relationship after meeting at a hotel in Tokyo.
2. No Country for Old Men – 2007
“No Country for Old Men” is an Oscar-winning 2007 film. This film was adapted and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. This movie is based on a novel of the same name by the author. It tells of a mysterious killer tracing the $ 2 million lost after a drug trafficking operation.
All Anime movies of Hayao Miyazaki
Miyazaki is the author of a number of Japanese animated and popular Japanese comics, including Spirited Away, which was the most popular Japanese film and won the 75th Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Features in Miyazaki's films are the frequent appearance of topics such as the relationship between people and nature and technology. The main characters in his works are often young, independent women.
By: Relly Jonas