To watch some good dramas with your friends

To watch some good dramas with your friends

Drama is a heavyweight genre; Superheroes or laser guns are not allowed - no matter how great the dark knight is. They are usually based on excellent literary works or the lives of important people, and the best works allow you to analyze not only the movies you just saw, but also your own


Along for the Ride
In the summer before college, Auden met the mysterious Eli, an insomniac. While sleeping in the seaside town of Colby, the two men started a night mission to help Auden experience the fun and carefree life she never wanted.A fascinating drama movie.

Clara Sola
In a remote village in Costa Rica, Clara, 36, began a journey to get rid of social and religious customs and become the master of her sexual desire and newly acquired power.It is a realistic drama movie.

Munich: The Edge of War
Although the film must be very tense and the stakes are high in the whole world, at the beginning of World War II, two friends who eventually worked for the hostile government were performing more role plays.Set in the autumn of 1938, Hitler was preparing to invade Czechoslovakia, while Neville Chamberlain's Government desperately sought a peaceful solution. A British civil servant and a German diplomat, former classmates, went to Munich to discuss peace issues.

Hollywood Stargirl
Stargirl embarked on the journey of leaving mica and entering a world full of music, dreams and possibilities. An inspirational drama film.

Boogie Nights
Boogie Nights almost always entertains you from start to finish. In the brilliant hands of Paul Thomas Anderson, the story of the sex industry is full of intensity, laughter, tension, and killer disco and pop music. Mark Walberg was a solid as Dirk diggler, but he performed well as an auxiliary actor. Julianne Moore, Don Cheadle, William H. Macy and John C

On the Waterfront
"I could have been a competitor. I could have been someone..." the famous lines of Terry Malloy, played by Marlon Brando, are some of the most respected lines in Hollywood history. Elijah Kazan's masterpiece about corrupt trade union bosses has not only Brando's legendary performance, but also the fascinating background story of Kazan's testimony before the House Committee on non American activities.

12 Angry Men
If someone tells you that a drama movie is nothing without acting, let them sit in front of 12 angry men. Director Sidney lumett and screenwriter Reginald Ross conducted absolute clinical trials in terms of direction, dialogue and depth - all in a small room because the jury decided the fate of a person facing murder charges. The most exciting, thought-provoking and exciting court play.

Casablanca
Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman lit up the screen in this precious classic, bringing more suspense and tension than is usually remembered. Against the background of the Second World War and the imminent Nazi threat, Bogart must overcome her feelings for Bergman and strive to promote the cause of freedom. With its excellent supporting role and invisible vitality, Casablanca still maintains the best rare air in Hollywood.

Schindler’s List
One doesn't just browse the channel and watch Schindler's list. No, Steven Spielberg's acclaimed historical drama brings a feeling of fear, sadness and heaviness, which makes it a viewing experience that people can only deal with once every 10 years or so. Filmed in black and white, but as disturbing as mainstream films, the story of German businessman Oscar Schindler (Liam Nissen) trying to save Jewish refugees from the Holocaust stands as a well-made and moving art.

Citizen Kane
Many film lovers who are more knowledgeable than US list Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time. We have seen it several times. Although we can't prove that our high ranking is reasonable, we really appreciate the proficient level shown by the star and the first director Orson wells. The film famously shows the rise and fall of newspaper publishing tycoon Charles Foster Kane, whose story is somewhat similar to that of real-life tycoon William Randolph Hearst. When the art form was still in its infancy, an unforgettable story opened up a new path for film production technically.


Wan Lee

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