5 films that turn 20 in 2019

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Check out five classic films that complete two decades of premiere this year 2019:

The young Anakin Skywalker has powers that he himself does not know. What few know is that he may be the one capable of restoring the balance of the Force, helping the Jedi to restore peace in the universe. A boy with special powers who does not know that in the future he is the evil Darth Vader.

What we see: Our daily life is true. What’s real: The world is a scam, built by one of the most powerful machines with artificial intelligence to control us. Breathtaking feats. Hallucinating effects. Bashing scenes. Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne fight for the freedom of humanity in Matrix, a cyber suspense to be seen and seen many times, written and directed by the Wachowski brothers. An amazing story, with mind-blowing visual effects. A devastating film.

Dr. Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is a renowned child psychologist, who is tormented by the terrible memory of a young patient he was unable to help. When he meets Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment), a frightened and confused 8-year-old with a similar problem, Dr. Crowe seeks to redeem his past mistake by doing everything he can for the boy. Despite this, Malcolm is not prepared to discover the truth that terrifies Cole.

Boy (Edward Norton) compulsively attends group therapy meetings, in an attempt to cure the insomnia that disturbs him. When he meets an eccentric soap seller (Brad Pitt), he discovers a more primitive and effective form of therapy. The duo founds a club for men who want to participate in violent fights.

Shakespeare’s play Megera Domada is transported to a contemporary American school. Teenager Bianca Stratford (Larisa Oleynik) never dated a boy. Reason: There is a rule in her family that she can only date after her older sister has a boyfriend. Kat (Julia Stiles), her sister, is beautiful and intelligent, but has no social skills. To solve the problem, Bianca and Joey (Andrew Keegan), a boy who is flirting, arrange a date between Kat and Patrick Verona (Heath Ledger), a kind of strange and new guy in town, who may be the perfect match for the girl .

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