#4 Rushmore (Wes Anderson, 1998)
We will follow the daily life of a teenager who is completely different from usual, see young people fall in love with teachers, build friendships with middle-aged people, and deal with the nuances of his relationship with his best friend. Rushmore, directed by Wes Anderson, is a comedy that portrays adolescent turbulence and mitigates more rural events on stage by moderately exposing the scene.
#3 Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (John Hughes, 1986)
A teen decides to take a day off from school and pretending to be sick to his parents. However, the teenager did not intend to spend a sunny day like he was locked at home. To enjoy the day, he will count on his best friend and girlfriend to be present. “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” was the greatest representative of the film industry in the 1980s. The film brings together the best films of a decade, but still fuses its plot with powerful philosophical concepts.
#2 Amélie (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001)
The film explores the trajectory of a young woman who was disfigured from the world’s social environment, showing all the complexities that make up her unique way of acting. The movie comes from a large cinema in France, and its atmosphere uses a magic model to handle every historical segment, making the film always pleasant.
#1 Erin Brockovich (Steven Soderbergh, 2000)
While looking for a job, a woman found an assistant position in a law firm and thus found a job in the company. There she will find new talent and help several people. The film is full of inspirational auras, presenting a light plot, complemented by some of the best qualities humans can have. Here, Julia Roberts’ career achievements illustrate the central character of the story