Movies are said to be an integral part of our lives as they are meant for entertainment as well as for spreading message for the welfare of the society.
Mona Lisa Smile:
Directed by Mike Newell, Julia Roberts and the leading lady in the entry, it proves the worth of the movie. No cinema can be more profound that ‘Mona Lisa Smile’ as the movie teaches you about the value of dignity and courage. The most spectacular thing of the movie is that it neither promotes feminist interests nor is just a chick-flick, instead it has a universal appeal which the cinema lovers will undoubtedly appreciate.
Million Dollar Baby:
Directed by Clint Eastwood “Million Dollar Baby” is a captivating entry that depicts reality and shows the true cruelty and complexity of human life. Clint Eastwood herself has acted as the leading lady who has been thrown before the challenges that can only be faced by fearless and decisive people. The other casts of the film have truly made justice with their roles.
The Devil Wears Prada:
Directed by David Frankel, and the leading actors Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt, the film shows the beautiful world of fashion but indisputably the cruel side of the canvas as well. The makers never intended to portray it as a seminal film but the truth ought to be admitted. The light comedy and drama make it an excellent creation and the star cast is so permissible and appealing that adds to the purpose of making such film.
Directed by Sam Mendes and Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet in the lead make this film a worth watch. A couple with two kids going through a personal crisis truly depicts the issues of a majority of the families living in the society. The film has a universal truth that you can all try to escape a hopeless situation but neither can you change your surrounding nor can you run away from yourself.
Directed by Julie Taymor, Sarah Green and Salma Hayek in the lead makes the film striking as it is all about a memorable woman who is rebellious and possesses irrepressible desire and energy. She, at the age of 20 got married to a rich and much older guy Diego Rivera who is an artist and much older than Frida. Frida reveals the story of the woman for whom love and family were the first and cared for all she ought to.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Directed by Shekhar Kapur and Cate Blanchett as the leading lady, the movie looks very fantastic as it depicts the difficult life of a queen. As the name and plot appear this move is less about monarchy but more about the life of an individual. Being a queen, Elizabeth has no freedom of life and a right to a private decision which makes her life deprived of even the simple joys of a normal individual.
Eat Pray Love:
Directed by Ryan Murphy and Julia Roberts in the lead, this movie offers a simple way to overcome distress and depression. The uniqueness of the movie is that while you are depressed, just choose any three countries beginning with ‘I’ and head for them straight away and discover yourself. Julia Roberts has played the protagonist who has succeeded to deliver the unique way of fighting psychological stress and guilt.
Some movies have such strong impression on the audience that they shake them to the core. This is a story of the relationship between a college professor and his inexperienced student that will surely leave a mark on you. This reminds that there are some people around us with whom we have some spiritual connection and they are simply close to us.
This film has managed to show the harsh truth of the modeling and fashion business. Angelina Jolie has played the character of a model, who travels for the shoots, social meeting and spends time on runways and has many challenges before her.
Coco Before Chanel:
This movie is about a strong and fearless woman and has the courage to defy a conservative society which instructs her, what she would wear and how she should live and behave.