M (1931) – The Fire, the Voices, the Torment!

The tone of disintegration and terrifying performance by Peter Lorre, “M” is one of the pinnacles of cinema achievement as an art.

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The White Ribbon (2009) – The Lowest Authority of Society

A well-crafted movie with great precision acting, slow-burn pace, black-and-white format, and Haneke’s complexity yet tragic human condition as its best.

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Blade Runner (1982) – Chilling, Bold, Mesmerizing

“Blade Runner” binds the inability of each of us to understand what humans really are and emotions.

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Akira (1988) – State of the Art

“Akira” is a pioneer of the golden age of anime.

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