The Big Lebowski (1998)
The Big Lebowski is probably considered to have a separate place and significance even within the Coen brothers ‘ own filmography. A mix-up can sometimes cause unexpected events. Jeff Lebowski remains in the middle of such a matter. He is confused with a millionaire himself. Debts belonging to the millionaire’s wife have not been paid, and the reason for this is that our hero gets beaten up by gangsters and his very valuable carpet is damaged. Lebowski has to solve this misunderstanding in the middle. He wants to talk by going to the mansion of the millionaire who is his namesake.
V for Vendetta (2005)
V is set in 2020 and in the UK. The country is experiencing an extremely repressive social order. The people, who are governed by all kinds of prohibitions and obstacles, have become violent. Appearing in the middle of this commotion, the mysterious V rescues Evey, an innocent woman in trouble. Based on Alan Moore’s novel, The film is an extremely epic story.
Leon: The Professional (1994)
Leon: The Professional tells the story of an innocent girl and a murderer. They have nothing to lose but each other. The man kills callously. Only a 12-year-old girl knows his weakness.Mathilda, who lives in New York at the age of 12, shares a cheesy life with her step-family. His father hides drugs for a corrupt cop who plays both sides. It’s his younger brother who’s the only one keeping Mathilda from running away.
El Laberinto del Fauno (2006)
El Laberinto del Fauno tells the story of a little girl who escapes into a fantasy world. A lonely girl in the shadow of all the brutality of fascist power in Spain, Ofelia personally observes all the torments her father, who has sadistic tendencies, has done to those around her. The only place this little girl can escape reality is her own imagination. Ofelia will begin to seek the peace she cannot find in reality, in her dreams. In the meantime, the brutality will continue to occur around Ofelia with all its harshness. Guillermo del Toro’s near-term Masterpiece, which received a standing ovation at Cannes the year it was shown, shows how fierce a storm the war was through the eyes of children
Forrest Gump (1994)
Forrest Gump, low I.Q. the owner is a young man. When he meets Jenny, he falls in love with her. Gump accidentally meets historical people, including Elvis Presley, Kennedy, Nixon, and events develop during a period from the 50s to the late 70s. As a purely coincidental, Gump witnesses and even plays a role in the Vietnam War and important events in American recent history. But he also does not know how important the consequences of what he does unknowingly have.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
In Pulp Fiction, Honey Bunny and Pumpkin are a pair of young and infatuated little robbers who want to add some movement to their lives. A brave boxer flees the city, refusing to cheat for money. Fate will bring these outliers together in a magnificent way, cross their paths.
Schindler’s List (1993)
Schindler’s List is the 2nd edition of a German businessman named Oskar Schindler. The Film was nominated for 12 Oscars in 1994 and won 7 awards. The Oscars won by the film are as follows : Best Film, Direction, fiction, art direction, image, Original Music and screenplay adaptation.