Hoop Dreams is a one of a kind documentaries ever made. I love everything for the people being interviewed to the life of the two kids. The documentary also shows the social and political aspect that affect the kid's everyday lives. The only problem is that the documentary is too long but that's just a tiny issue. Overall, Hoop Dreams is a pure creative documentary.
An Autumn Afternoon is the finest piece of cinema from Yasujiro Ozu. The movie shows an elderly man who wants her daughter to marry before it's too late. I really enjoy the camera work, the direction, the set designs and the story. Overall, Ozu left us with the best for last.
I'll be honest, I didn't read the manga before watching this movie. But I don't need to because I really enjoy this movie. I love the performances, the action sequences, the characters and the moral themes. There were some scenes that were too much for me. But hey, it's part of Takashi Miike's work. Overall, Mike did a good job with Blade Of The Immortal.
True History Of The Kelly Gang is an amazing movie about the fictional history of Ned Kelly and his gang. I love the performances, the narrative, the action sequences and the camera work. There are some scenes are were dull and boring. Overall, this Australian movie is a better improvement than other works to describe the most notorious bush ranger.
Now this is what you call a movie. The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre is a classic film that shows three men trying to find gold on a Mexican desert. I really love John Huston's writing and direction, as well as the performances from Humphrey Bogart to Alfonso Bedoya. Overall, this classic movie really doesn't need any stinking badges to make this the best movie ever.