After I’ve seen Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and thought that the only thing I liked about it was Rodarte’s sisters costumes, I decided to not trust IMDB’s rating again – this movie had 8/10 points! It might be a question of personal taste, but I felt caught in a male fantasy with all the possible and predictable clichées who gave little room to a scenario.
In the same time and talking with friends about the fact that good movies aren’t always the ones with great points on IMDB, I realized that there are a lot of underrated movies you learn about only from that friend having the same taste in movies as you do. So today I’ll focus on some of them, movies I really loved and think are so great that they must be seen. Of course, this includes a special French selection not only pour les connoisseurs.
Hope you’ll enjoy it – and to let me know what you thought about it 😉
1. The Thomas Crown Affair (1999)
Directed by John McTiernan, with Rene Russo, Pierce Brosnan, Faye Dunaway
2. Inside man (2006)
Directed by Spike Lee, with Clive Owen, Denzel Washington, Jodie Foster
3. 9 Months Stretch (2013)
Directed by Albert Dupontel, with Albert Dupontel, Sandrine Kiberlain
4. Layer Cake (2004)
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, with Daniel Craig (before the James Bond era), Sienna Miller
5. Stranger than fiction (2006)
Directed by Marc Forster, with Emma Thompson, Will Ferrell, Dustin Hoffman
6. Heartbreaker (2010)
Directed by Pascal Chaumeil, with Romain Duris, Vanessa Paradis