Saturday, March 30, 2013

Top 10: Best Movies for Mom

Idea to pamper mom: enjoy an afternoon with her, watching these movies of romance, comedy, drama or action. Over 200 years ago held one day each year to honor mothers. And a good choice, and to consent to a good gift and a lot of love, is to spend an entertaining evening of films that are to their liking. Therefore, Feminis chose the top 10 movies to pamper mom this Mother's Day. 1. Forrest Gump (1994) Length: 142 mns. Director: Robert Zemeckis Genre: Comedy Cast: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright Penn, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson, Sally Field, Rebecca Williams, Michael Conner Humphreys, Harold G. Herthum, Haley Joel Osment, George Kelly, Bob Penny, John Randall, Sam Anderson, Margo Moorer, Ione M. Telech, Christine Seabrook This is the story of Forrest Gump, a simple boy from Alabama with mild mental retardation and a knack for crossing into the great historical events. The film follows him from his childhood in the late '50s, through his service in Vietnam and its rise as a shrimp boat owner to leave as an adult. 2. The Bridges of Madison County (1995) Duration: 135 min Director: Clint Eastwood Genre: Romance, Drama Cast: Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep Meryl Streep is a housewife who gave up her dreams to care for her husband and raise their children on a small farm in Madison County lost. The arrival of a National Geographic photographer (Clint Eastwood), a weekend that his family is out, will open your eyes and heart to a world buried in years of routine, and you will bring out hidden feelings conflict with the person who has been so far. 3. All About My Mother (1999) Duration: 105 min Director: Pedro Almodóvar Genre: Drama Stars: Candela Peña, Cecilia Roth, Penelope Cruz, Antonia San Juan, Marisa Paredes Stephen is 17 years old. To celebrate, his mother (Cecilia Roth), takes him to see the play A Streetcar Named Desire. While waiting for an autograph from the lead actress (Marisa Paredes), Manuela confesses her son excited she played the same role for 20 years with his father, whom he knows nothing. As Manuela birthday promises to tell all about it. But the boy died in a tragic accident and she takes a trip back to the past in search of the father of her child. 4. Back (2006) Duration: 121 mins. Director: Pedro Almodóvar Genre: Drama Cast: Penelope Cruz, Lola Duenas, Carmen Maura Raimunda is a lower-class woman struggling to stay afloat and to support her teenage daughter. But family secrets-and the absence of his mother dead, floating above his head and his sister. Until the late, say, reappears, for reasons connected more with affection than with typical ghost stories. 5. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Duration: 128 mins. Director: Chris Columbus Genre: Comedy Cast: Robin Williams, Mara Wilson, Pierce Brosnan, Sally Field After a painful divorce, the actor Daniel Hillard is separated from her three children for the first time since they were born. Crazy for them, decides to answer the notice of your ex - wife asking for a housekeeper, that occurs only disguised as a venerable old lady. 6. Meet Joe Black? (1998) Length: 180 mns. Director: Martin Brest Genre: Drama, Romance Cast: Jake Weber, Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Claire Forlani Bill Parrish has it all: success, health and power. But shortly before his sixty-fifth birthday, is visited by a character who soon proves to be nothing less than death. Embodied in a handsome and charming, Parrish wants to teach you the lifestyle of humans, which in return will give you a little more time on Earth. 7. Titanic (1997) Length: 194 mns. Director: James Cameron Genre: Drama, Romance Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Frances Fisher, Suzy Amis, David Warner, Bill Paxton, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Bernard Hill, Gloria Stuart. In the famous Titanic's maiden voyage, a young high society trapped by an engagement meets Jack, a young penniless but full of joie de vivre. Together they live a secret and passionate affair, taking an abrupt end when one night the ship's lookout announce that they are about to hit an iceberg. 8. Gone With The Wind (1939) Length: 120 mns. Director: Victor Fleming Genre: Classic, Drama, Romance Cast: Olivia de Havilland, Clark Gable, Hattie McDaniel, Butterfly McQueen, Leslie Howard, Vivien Leigh This quintessential romantic classic tells a story set in the southern United States during the Civil War. The beautiful daughter of Scarlett O'Hara landowners who will be in love with her cousin's husband, but the outbreak of war and, above all, the emergence of a cynical and arrogant man called Rhett Butler world will set their world upside . 9. Twilight (2008) Length: 100 mns. Director: Catherine Hardwicke Genre: Action, Romance Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Nikki Reed, Billy Burke Bella is a rebellious teenager who comes to live with his father in a new city. This meets Edward, a handsome and intelligent boy who steals the heart. But Edward can steal more, because it really is a vampire whose love for Bella goes against their basic instincts bloodsucker. Romance and fantasy in this adaptation of the popular bestseller youth. 10. The Pianist (2002) Length: 150 mns. Director: Roman Polanski Genre: Drama Cast: Adrien Brody, Frank Finlay, Maureen Lipman, Julia Rayner Wladyslaw Szpilman is a talented Jewish pianist in Warsaw in the late '30s. The Nazi invasion turns your neighborhood into a ghetto and his family in one of many threatened by the policy of extermination. And now the selfish and vain Szpilman must trust strangers to survive in a city that has become a death trap for Jews. Memorable war drama that avoids easy sentimentality or pamphlet and reaching towards the end unprecedented levels of abstraction and beauty.

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