So I don't know about you, but I love art films. I can't get enough of them. I love movies in general, but art films especially because they stick with me. I love getting new ideas and drooling over beautiful acting and clothes, but most of all I love all the innovative stories. Sigh.
Here are my top 10 favorites from the last five years.
#1. Never Let Me Go
This movie was lovely. It had a sortof choking depth through the whole thing that kept you from feeling happy, but in a way that wasn't unpleasant. It was extremely thought provoking and I thought about it for days afterword.
I loved this movie! It was hilarious and poignant. Colin Firth plays his role with such brilliance and dignity.
#3. Bright Star
Oh, this is such a beautiful movie. Gorgeous clothing and styling and fantastic acting. The story is breathtaking and so sad...
This movie is so inspirational! Audrey Tautou is lovely as Coco Chanel and the clothes are to die for. And it's in french, which makes it all the more wonderful!
Wow, what a beautiful story this is! The romance between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert is so amazing and I love the historical pieces of this movie.
A fun movie. :) Zac Efron does a good ol' job with his young character Richard who "makes it big" in a production of Julius Ceasar. Claire Danes is fantastic as usual.
Loved this movie. Carey Mulligan is so beautiful and does a great job portraying a young schoolgirl looking to grow up a little too fast. The clothes in this movie are incredible!
#8. Ballet Shoes
What a sweet movie. A gentle story and good acting make this easy to watch, and I adore movies about old-time theater!
This movie is eclectic and eye opening. Elle Fanning plays a little girl struggling with a disorder known as Tourette's syndrome.
This movie is beautiful and sad, but so full of redemption and forgiveness. It shows that even when an earth-shattering event threatens to tear up your life, it's still possible to find hope and light again.
Yay for amazing movies. :) Have a great Thursday everyone!