#10 Life is Beautiful (Roberto Benigni, 1997)
We will explore all aspects of family life, learn more about how their members are happy, and explain the rural situation they end up facing. “Beautiful Life” brings a concise compilation of twentieth century history, showing the consequences of extreme behavior in the most diverse forms of life. However, the decision to rule the movie in a comedic atmosphere is essential to fully absorb the content, alleviate the cruel facts and clarify the beautiful aspects of life.
#9 Inside Out (Pete Docter, 2015)
The animation shows the viewer a unique history that allows us to experience fragments of female life from childhood to adolescence. However, the unique initiative here is to eliminate these fragments through the psychological processes of young women. After simplification, we can of course use “joy”, “sadness”, “anger”, “fear” and “disgust”, all of which provide space for anthropomorphication of comic characters. “Inside-out” is an animation that enables the world to provide the best results for each scene. An interesting work, well done, still showing the sweet life to the audience.
#8 Good Will Hunting (Gus Van Sant, 1997)
A professor at an important American university ended up stumbled upon a precious talent in a young gatekeeper who was not for him. Seeing this talent and disruptive behavior, the teacher decided to ask an old friend psychologist for help for the young. “Goodwill Hunting” is very smart and sensitive to his own offense. His story tells how everyone should give full play to their qualities and need special attention.