Off-beat, whimsical and somewhat quirky John Hughe who introduces a cunning slacker named Ferris who's particularly talented in cutting class. Who one day decides to embark on a one day adventure in the streets of Chicago with his girlfriend Solane Peterson and eccentric best friend Cameron. While, his principle Mr. Rooney tries to put an end to Ferris's plans. Ferris Bueller is packed with humor, fun and a lesson about being young.
Moonrise Kingdom, exceeds the exceptions of cinema. Wes Anderson illustrated an immaculate and extraordinarily story about two intellectual twelve year old kids who fell in love and then decides to abandon their family lifestyles. In order, to rejoice as one. Moonrise supplies color characters, beautiful locations, crunchy humor neatly organized as a treasure. Overall, Moonrise Kingdom is a must see film.
It's a dandy screwball comedy with strange yet comical characters. It's one of the best inventive comedy surrounding these distinctive characters in search of a stolen loot buried by a deceased elderly man. This film provides tons of eye-popping, colorful sequences through out the story. It's defiantly a film to check out.
Paprika is a superb cross-genre animation film that takes the audience through the character's complex nightmares and dreamscapes. Satoshi illustrates a puzzling fantasy versus reality packed with a deeper concept about the cons of technology.