In this diverse mix of movies We delve into the worlds of gangsters, hitmen, a postman, a young socialite, and people who shrink themselves to minimize their impact on the environment. Scarface (1983), The Irishman (2019), and Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) explore the gritty underworlds of organized crime, while Klaus (2019) tells a heartwarming tale of friendship and redemption. Finally, Downsizing (2017) takes a unique approach to addressing environmental concerns through a satirical lens. Join us as we into these diverse films and explore the themes that connect them. So, here is the list of the best crime movies.
Miami, 1980s: Tony Montana arrives in the United States from Cuba and tries to pass himself off as a political prisoner. Failing to do so, he devotes himself to an unstoppable career in the world of drugs and the underworld. With Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
The Irishman (2019)
Film of 2019 directed by Martin Scorsese (the first that the director makes for Netflix) with Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. Frank Sheeran is a mob hitman and WWII veteran who, once old, traces the story of him.
Christmas is coming and with him a new themed Netflix production. The plot: Jesper, the worst student of the Post Academy, is sent to a frozen island, beyond the Arctic Circle, where the locals struggle to exchange a few words, much less letters. Jesper is about to give up when he finds an ally in Alva, a local teacher, and meets Klaus. A mysterious carpenter who lives alone in a cabin full of handmade toys. These unlikely friendships will be able to bring joy back to Smeerensburg by recreating a new tradition made of generosity, magic and carefully hung stockings by the fireplace.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
In a condominium in Manhattan, Holly (Audrey Hepburn) and Paul meet and become (more than) friends. He is a penniless writer. She is a provincial but very sophisticated woman who is constantly looking for a wealthy man to marry. A great classic to (re)see again.
A Norwegian scientist finds a formula that makes it possible to reduce the mass of living bodies. The idea is revolutionary: by making men and societies smaller, their impact on the environment would be drastically reduced, thus saving the planet from the inevitable collapse due to overpopulation. Paul Safranek (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) decide to undergo the transformation. It’s a pity that she backs down at the last minute – and that he only finds out after the (irreversible) procedure has taken place Finding himself alone, in a miniature world Less than a soda can.
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