There are many who think that the golden age of cinema is in the 1990s and 2000s. Where are those old Matrixes, Fight Clubs? It is true that the TV series craze has shaken the cinema industry, but there are also current films that have won the appreciation of the audience. In this list, we’ve rounded up the best movies of the last few years for you. Our selections from among the films that were record winners or Oscar nominees in most festivals and even won an Oscar. We also mentioned the ones that can be watched on Netflix. Have a good time already.
1. Inception (IMDb: 8.8)
Inception, the Inception, includes all the actors we can’t get enough of watching, such as our beloved director Christopher Nolan, Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Ken Watanabe, Michael Caine, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Tom Hardy, and received very good grades from the audience. film. Of course, we should not forget the music of Hans Zimmer, which appears in most of Christopher Nolan’s filmography and draws us into the film. The film is about a team that enters people’s dreams and steals some secrets from their subconscious or gives some commands to their minds. It has a very gripping and interesting scenario. For those who haven’t watched it yet. Despite being nominated for 8 Oscars, the film has a total of 4 awards: Best Cinematography, Visual Effects, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing.
Duration: 2 hours 28 minutes
Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama
IMDb: 8.8 Rotten Tomatoes: 91% Google: 92% We’re Not Home: 9
2. Interstellar (IMDb: 8.6)
Another modern classic from Christopher Nolan, who blends science fiction and drama very well. This time he immerses the audience in a space adventure. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine, the film takes place in the near future where the world is in serious danger due to increased drought due to climatic changes. A group of space explorers takes an interstellar journey using a newly discovered wormhole. The soundtrack of the movie by Hans Zimmer is also awesome. Despite being nominated for 5 Oscars, the film only has the Best Visual Effects award.
Duration: 2 hours 49 minutes
Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama
IMDb: 8.6 Rotten Tomatoes: 85% Google: 95% We’re Not Home: 8.7
3. Parasite (IMDb: 8.6)
We can say that Parasite is the first movie in Oscar history. Bong Joon-ho’s film, the first South Korean director to be awarded the Best Director award so far, not only won four Oscars, including Best Picture, at the 92nd Academy Awards, but also, in Oscar history, in a language other than English (Korean). ) was the first movie to be shot and selected as the best movie. The movie has suspense, drama, comedy, action, whatever you look for. For 2 hours, its tempo does not decrease for a moment and it puts you from mode to mode. You may find yourself laughing one moment, crying the next, and afraid the next. The subject of the movie is basically the consequences of class differences in South Korea. We don’t want to give any more spoilers so we’re cutting it out here.
Duration: 2 hours 12 minutes
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Comedy
IMDb: 8.6 Rotten Tomatoes: 90% Google: 90% We’re Not Home: 7.8
4. The Departed (IMDb: 8.5)
The Departed is the film that won Martin Scorsese an Oscar by being named the best film and best director of the year at the 2006 Oscars. Originally a spy story from South Korean cinema to Hollywood starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson and Mark Wahlberg . Set in Boston, we watch the cat and mouse game of a police mole who has infiltrated the Irish gangs that control the underworld in Boston, and a gang member mole who has infiltrated the police force.
Duration: 2 hours 31 minutes
Genre: Crime, Thriller
IMDb: 8.5 Rotten Tomatoes: 94% Google: 92% We’re Not Home: 8.7
5. Joker (IMDb: 8.5)
Although Parasite won the award, we think the Joker that really left its mark on the 2020 Oscars. In the cinema where we are used to watching superhero movies that are always on the side of the good, this time we watched the most famous villain of Batman movies and comics, the Joker. In the film that brought the statuette to Joaquin Phoenix for Best Actor, we witness the birth of the evil villain Joker and the reasons that made him the Joker. The soundtrack of the film, signed by Icelandic composer and cellist, Oscar winner Hildur Guðnadóttir, is also fantastic.
Duration: 2 hours 2 minutes
Genre: Drama, Crime
IMDb: 8.5 Rotten Tomatoes: 88% Google: 92% We’re Out of Home: 8.5