Check out this hand picked list of different and interesting movies that are sure to pique your fancy.
A delightful dip into the life of a renowned art dealer complete with twist à la Unusual Suspect.
Plus, and this is a very big plus, it stars Geoffrey Rush. Speaking of whom, I just watched The Book Thief, a very nice little Happy-go-lucky fim; I mean as Happy-go-lucky as a movie can be that’s set during WWII in Nazi Germany.
A slow burning fantasy Hungarian Movie, with fun catchy Japanese tunes, as you can already tell with the title and that discription; very topsy-turvy.
This movie normally would not be my cup of tea but it really was fanstastic. The newest flick from the director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan/Requiem for a Dream) Featuring religious and biblical undertones, and even taking on an almost pyschotic driving force; the cinematography is still much too enthralling not to get sucked in.
A spanish who done it thriller, that keeps you guessing until the final moments.
I personally didn’t love this movie but I still think it is worth mentioning. It’s a bit Stephen Kingesque but without the Stephen King.
Nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, this movie is simply riveting. A lesser known gem from the star director Denis Villeneuve (Arrival/Blade Runner 2049) Incendies definitely keeps the fire burning.
One of the hardest things, I think, in movie-making is to truthfully capture and portray human emotions. This movie does that masterfully. A strained father-daughter relationship that never really lets up, but the characters still find a way to accept each other; utterly comical faults and all.
You know how in Catcher in the Rye you find the personnage almost unsettling but you can’t help but like him anyway, because in some way you can see a bit of yourself amid their wierd quirks. This is how you feel about Vincent Gallo’s personna in Buffalo 66. An indie cult classic.
The how well do you know your friends theme, but in a very contemporary manner. A group of friends decide to have a bit of fun with their phones during a group dinner, and the surprises unfold as the messages start rolling in. Another noteworthy movie along the same lines but more sci-fi is “Coherence”.
A pretty low budget science-fiction “huis clos” that is very long and drawn out, but oh so though provoking and well scripted.
A very poignant Japanese film. A nature vs nurture theme, where a father is faced with a choice upon learning that his son was switched at birth, and his biological son has grown up all along with another family.