During interviews and on my social media, I often get asked questions about my favorite films, which are of top priority to me and which I can view an unlimited number of times, repeating the main dialogues after the actors. Below you will find out what these movies are and why I value them so much.
A modern story of Robinson Crusoe with brilliant Tom Hanks in the leading role. Particularly touching is the story line with his friend, created from a Wilson volleyball. By the way, I got the impression that, apart from acting talent, Hanks has a great intuition to avoid being in bad movies (I personally don’t recall his bad movies).
"The Best Offer"
A film about the owner of an auction house, who is also a very skilled swindler. Things are working well for him until he meets a mysterious young woman...
For me, this story reminds us that we have to pay for everything in life. The movie directed by Giuseppe Tornatore is very atmospheric, and the definition of psychological thriller is not quite right for it—this picture is much deeper in its content.
"The Taming of the Scoundrel"
This one is a marvelous classic! Ornella Muti and Adriano Celentano make a super duo. The story itself, the archetypes and even the small domestic scenes are still relevant. Most importantly, this film doesn’t get boring, no matter how many times I watch it.
Once I also had the chance to meet the absolutely gorgeous @ornellamuti and chat with her. And, of course, I must admit that it is really nice to get daily likes to my Instagram photos from her!
"The Shawshank Redemption"
For someone who thinks that Stephen King writes only gruesome horror books, my advice is simple—just watch this movie. Although I doubt that there are still those who have not seen it.
This film is about injustice (and the biggest injustice is that it did not receive a single Oscar), friendship, the triumph of the human spirit, and, most importantly, about hope. This is the case where everyone showed their highest level, from the featured actors to the operators to the composer.
“Gone with the Wind” (1939)
Comments to this masterpiece of cinematic art are superfluous. Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable. Love and war often intersect in art, and that combination is the most beautiful, albeit very tragic.
And what do you like to watch over and over again? Share your go-to movies on my Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/p/BouKXDon0qL/?taken-by=ann.andres