7 Critically-acclaimed Hollywood Films

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The Clockwork Orange (1971) - N/A

This Stanley Kubrick classic is set in a futuristic city governed by a totalitarian State. Considered to be one of the most disturbing films ever made, the film makes its intentions very clear within its opening moments.

The Dark Knight (2008) - Netflix

Anchored by outstanding performances by Christian Bale and Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight was widely appreciated by the critics for its compelling storytelling.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) - Prime Video

Eternal Sunshine’s unconventional narrative makes it one of the greatest romances seen on screen. It is the story of Clementine and Joel, and all those memories that make up a person’s life.

Brokeback Mountain (2005) - Netflix

Directed by Ang Lee, this neo-Western romance drama film got him the Academy Award for Best Director in 2006. The story takes us through the lives of two cowboys who slowly develop an intimate relationship in the midst of a heteronormative society that prevents them from embracing their inner feelings.

No Country For Old Men (2007) - Prime Video

No country for Old Men is an allegorical Modern Western that captures a country in transition. The film exemplifies the grit of deep Texas and there’s nothing better than a good chase.

Basic Instinct (1992) - N/A

When a rock star is mysteriously stabbed to death by a beautiful crime novelist, detective Nick Curran comes to investigate the crime but ends up being seduced by Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone).

The Deer Hunter (1978) - N/A

This American war drama by Michael Cimino is about a trio of steelworkers whose lives are severely altered by the Vietnam War.

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