Hello, everyone. I’m going to give you 10 different movie recommendations on our page today. Some movies will make you cry, others will be surprise.
1. NIGHTMARE ALLEY
IMDB : 7.1
Guillermo del Toro is the director of Nightmare Alley, a film that is notable for its thrillers and dramatic scenes. Guillermo del Toro, who also starred in the film script, was accompanied by Kim Morgan. However, the film stars Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett and Toni Collette.
Stanton ‘Stan’ Carlisle joined a carnival team that took town-to-town travel as a philosophy of life.His goal is to try to unravel the secret of Mademoiselle Zeena’s and her alcoholic husband Pete’s “mind-reading” tricks. However, he has not succeeded in this matter. But when Pete dies, Zeena struggles to accept Stan as her partner. In a short period of time, Stan shows that Zeena is much more capable of manipulating people than her dead wife. Increasingly ambitious, Stan is confident of doing the fraud game on his own. But when she competes with Zeena, she’ll have to deal with the dangers she never expected. Life becomes much more challenging for him now.
2. THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES
IMDB : 6
In Poughkeepsie, New York, in 2001, police found bodies that had burned to death in the same way. They were all found dead in a mansion. Oddly enough, all these deaths are just the beginning. Police searched the inside of the house and uncovered 800 videotapes. The cops who watch the tapes are horrified.Because they show the entire murder process from the killer’s stalking to the end. The police department decides to examine these videotapes with experts. The conclusion is that no such serial killer has ever been encountered before…
IMDB : 8.3
From the beginning, it tells the story of a man who erases his memories of his estranged lover. Joel Barish, who received some rather surprising news from his girlfriend of two years, tries to remind his girlfriend, who is taking part in a technological experiment, that their relationship is completely erased from her memory. I mean, he doesn’t even remember who Barish is. The man, furious about this development, wants to carry out the same procedure on himself.
The film reveals the relationship that happened while the man’s memories were erased. The man watches the relationship, which once again begins quite well and then tastes good. But as time passes and it’s time for the good things to happen, he wants to stop the intervention on him. He regretted it!
4.I CARE A LOT
IMDB : 7
Netflix has designated the genre of I Care a Lot as Black Humor. Instead of smiling throughout the movie, you can have a lot of tantrums. Two women, Marla and Fran, who run a legal guardian service company, defraud their elderly clients and force them into a nursing home. These two women, who have a very well-functioning system, are finally targeting Jennifer Peterson, who is very rich and has no one. As things stand, Jennifer Peterson’s sudden relative, who they’ve taken over as their last custody, is starting to mess with her business. Marla’s ambition is making things more complicated.
IMDB : 7.2
Dan and Candy are a young couple who have been in love for a long time. The pair have two passions. Art and heroin. They’re so addicted to heroin that they work just to use the substance and buy every penny of their money. And when they run out of money, they go to their casper friends for help. This cycle lasts for a long time. But after a while, it all gets complicated.Heroin, which initially came between this healthy, happy and peaceful couple, will eventually turn them into different people. Addicted, unable to enjoy life, unhappy and restless.
IMDB : 7.8
Based on louisa may alcott’s classic novel of the same name, the film tells the story of four sisters trying to survive in post-Civil War America. Meg (Emma Watson), Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Beth (Eliza Scanlen) and Amy March (Florence Pugh) are four sisters with completely different characters. Brothers struggle with all kinds of problems during the transition to femininity after their childhood. Four young girls whose fathers participated in the American Civil War begin to fight for their lives with their mothers. Their biggest gain in this difficult time is that they are with each other. One of the films, like Little Women, is The Little Women.
IMDB : 7
Everyone has a dream, and it’s Rory’s dream to be a writer, but there’s no one who supports him, even his father says he needs to give up that dream and start taking responsibility, and even though his wife Dora loves him very much, he doesn’t believe he’s going to succeed.
So we watch Rory discover another book written years ago, show off as if he wrote it himself, achieve great success with it.
Rory has to live this stolen life now. There’s no going back.
IMDB : 7.3
Kevin, a young man suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder, has 23 alter egos. The most dominant of these alter egos is a character prone to crime. Kevin kidnaps three sisters outside the store and locks them in his basement. The man who establishes different relationships with girls through different alter egos gradually begins to disintegrate with the presence of girls. Kevin becomes dangerous as he becomes increasingly confused by the collision of different alter egos. As the girls search for a way out, they try to avoid triggering Kevin’s dangerous alter egos and find an escape route through his well-meaning alter egos.
9.MILLION DOLAR BABY
IMDB : 8.1
Frankie Dunn has trained great fighters during his years in the ring. The most important lesson he teaches boxers who are students is to protect himself above all else, which he considers fundamental to his own life. She has long tried not to be close to anyone because of the painful experience that has alienated and kept her away from her daughter. His only friend, Scrap, keeps an eye on his gym and knows that beneath his rough exterior is an expectation of forgiveness that hasn’t been on his back for 23 years, and one day Maggie Fitzgerald comes to the gym and events begin.
10.SOMETHING THE LORD MADE
IMDB : 8.1
From a true story to the screen, this film tells the story of a relationship between Dr. Alfred Blalock (Alan Rickman) and his assistant Vivien Thomas (Mos Def). Vivien Thomas is a black doctor candidate who, despite having a superior ability, has gone to great lengths not to get lost because of racial discrimination. However, when the bank in which he deposited the money he saved for the university goes bankrupt, his business becomes more difficult…