10 of the most worth-watching Hollywood movies in the last 10 years
The Avengers (2012):
Many of Marvel Studios' films can be featured on this list. However, the film that laid the foundation for the emergence of the superhero group that has been invading the big screen for nearly a decade is “The Avengers”. It's not a great movie, but it's just enough to introduce the movie to the audience. To better understand the development of MCU along with the journey of the characters, reviewing blockbuster sales of more than $ 1.5 billion is necessary.
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015):
The appeal beyond the scope of Mad Max's usual action-thriller lies in the simplicity of the plot. Director George Miller really outperformed the way how to make a 3D movie but limited use of CGI. The film portrays the survival of slaves and warriors in the desert that can satisfy any fictional movie fans. The action scenes of the movie are displayed in a rich way in the consecutive stages that make the audience stop breathing. But this is what makes “Mad Max” one of the most impressive action films of the 21st century.
Spike Jonze's film (which won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay) is considered one of the best cinematic masterpieces of relationships in contemporary society. This makes anyone who is a fan of the psychological drama series need to see this work many times to thoroughly understand and meditate on the unique artistic practices.
The most popular criticism of Hollywood today is the overwhelming reliance on previous works from the adapted films, sequels and series. However, in fact, the adapted scripts from well-known novels have somewhat rescued Hollywood over the barren periods of creativity. IT is a prime example of the successful adaptation of Stephen King's iconic horror film on the big screen and the phenomenon of the year. This is certainly one of the most impressive horror films on the list of movies to watch every Halloween.
The Master (2012):
After 5 years of absence, director Paul Thomas Anderson made a spectacular comeback with “The Master”. Although this is not the Hollywood's most subtle psycho-drama, it's still the classic, especially for those who want to explore the filmmaking style of the talented director- Paul Thomas Anderson. The movie focuses on Freddie's character played by Joaquin Phoenix. Like “There Will Be Blood” (2007), the two central characters in “The Master” are typical of the American character.
It's been 10 years but Pixar's masterpiece is still considered one of the best-animated films of all time. It is in the family affection that makes “Up” become closer and enter the hearts of audiences of any age. Carl's and Ellie's love story can be considered one of the most beautiful romances on the big screen and deserves to be revisited many times.
The Social Network (2010):
Though criticized for being personally incorrect about Mark Zuckerberg and the process of establishing Facebook, the biopic is still highly regarded in many respects: director, actor, filmmaking and especially the script. The film won the best film at the Golden Globe. The film is much more attractive than the usual biopic genre with the great performances of Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Timberlake. This is definitely a "library" that can’t be ignored if the audience wants to learn more about a different perspective from the filmmakers on Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014):
Wes Anderson shows that he is one of Hollywood's most genius and crazy filmmakers. Taking place in a fictitious European country, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is considered to be an extremely cinematic movie experience for any movie fans. The film presents square, creative and funny frames that make up Anderson's trademark. With an interesting story, the movie fits the moods and ages of the audience when viewed.
What We Do In The Shadows (2014):
The horror comedy film directed by Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement quickly echoes New Zealand. It revolves around a trio of vampires living in Wellington and explores the basic aspects of human life with a living creature at night. This is an interesting movie experience that if you glance through, many viewers will easily assume that this is just a "crap" film. The fictitious documentary, “What We Do In The Shadows” is full of all the charms of the most impressive horror film of many years. This is definitely one of the movies to watch over and over again. Each time viewers may discover interesting new details that are embedded in the movie.
The Lego Movie (2014):
Although the animated film is aimed at kids and a friendly theme with any family, With an exemplary, easy-to-read and funny content that any family can watch over and over again to educate children. Sequential action scenes with a new and deep content are also important factors that help “The Lego Movie” in the list of films worth watching. Whether old or young, the movie still has the appeal that anyone should dive into the Lego world once. The success of this film has opened the way for other films in the Lego universe such as “Lego Batman Movie” and “Ninjago”.
By: Scarlet Johnson