There are so many great films around that don’t have the same amount of budget that big budgeted films have. Too bad because there are so many that deserve more attention that they got or are getting.
Maybe you already have noticed that I really love films and, hopefully, by sharing all these movies with you, you will also find the greatness in all these independently produced or small budgeted films and start supporting more of them.
Here are a few I suggest you pick up.
This film introduced Richard Linklater to the world. This is a simple but poignant look at a group of twentysomethings with nothing going on in their life.
The greatness lies on this spontaneity – the free-flowing witty dialogue and innovative structure that witnesses how the camera becomes a main device in a conversation – are all a part of the reason some people believe this is one of the best film in the early 90s.
Todd Solondz takes us on a hellish trek through the lives of a string of interconnected misfits. The only thing these people have in common is misery. And it’s so real.
The book is still better than the film but I believe this is the best they could have done it. You can’t ask for anything more.
It centers on the journey a bored salesgirl, a wealthy businessman and an aimless young man.
7. In The Company Of Men
Two business executives–one an avowed misogynist, the other recently emotionally wounded by his love interest–set out to exact revenge on the female gender by seeking out the most innocent, uncorrupted girl they can find and ruining her life.
A funny, heartfelt coming-of-middle-age story by, for, and about snobs.
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