10 Best Movies On AMC Plus

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10. Summer Hours (2008)

Summer Hours tells the story of three siblings assigned the task of sorting out their mother’s treasures. They always remember the intrinsic value of these seemingly inanimate items as well as the precious memories they evoke.

Summer Hours is a movie that avoids melodrama. It instead focuses on the power and importance of restraint.

Staff rating: 8/10

Genres – Comedy, Drama, and Family

Actor: Alice de Lencquesaing, Charles Berling, Dominique Reymond, Edith Scob, Emile Berling, Eric Elmosnino, Isabelle Sadoyan, Jeremie Renier, Juliette Binoche, Kyle Eastwood, Sara Martins, Valerie Bonneton.

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9. Fish Tank (2009)

This story tells the story of a young girl who loves rap music and dances to it. It’s not easy to watch, but it will appeal to people interested in real life and allow them to share in their world.

Staff rating: 8.1/10

Genre: Drama

Actor: Anthony Geary. Carrie-Ann Savill. Charlotte Collins. Grant Wild. Harry Treadaway. Joanna Horton. Katie Jarvis. Kierston Wareing. Michael Fassbender. Sarah Bayes. Sydney Mary Nash. Toyin Ogidi.

Director: Andrea Arnold

Rating Not Rated

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8. Sidewalls (2011)

500 Days Of Summer in Spanish is mixed with You’ve Got Mail.

Staff rating: 8.1/10

Genres: Romance, Drama

Actor: Adrian Navarro, Alan Pauls, Carla Peterson, Ines Efron, Javier Drolas, Jorge Ernesto Lanata, Miguel Dedovich, Pilar Lopez de Ayala, Rafael Ferro, Romina Paula

Director: Gustavo Taretto

Rating: Not Rated

7. Camp X-ray (2014)

Staff rating: 8.1/10

Genre: Drama

Actor: Cory Michael Smith, John Carroll Lynch, Joseph Julian Soria, Julia Duffy, Kristen Stewart, Lane Garrison, Nawal Bengholam, Payman Maadi, Peyman Maadi, Peyman Moaadi, SerDarius Blain, Tara Holt, Yousuf Azami

Peter Sattler, Director

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6. Wendy & Lucy (2008)

Wendy (Michelle Williams), an unemployed woman, drives up to Alaska looking for work. But her car breaks down, leaving her and Lucy, their dog, stranded. They must find food and fix themselves, which is a significant roadblock in Wendy’s quest for work. Kelly Reichardt’s compassionate and solemn perspective on poverty reminds us of how easy it is to slip through America’s fragile safety net.

Reichardt’s uncompromising approach combined with Williams’s reserved performance makes the experience authentic and intense. It is a powerful watch that builds power to the very end.

Staff rating: 8.1/10

Genre: Drama

Actor: Ayanna Berkshire, David Koppell Deirdre Onell, Gabe Nevins Jeanine Jack Jeanine Jackson John Robinson Larry Fessenden Marilyn Faith Hickey Michelle Williams Wally Dalton Will Oldham Will Patton

Kelly Reichardt, Director

5. Your Sister’s Sister (2012)

The acting is amazing! Your Sister’s sibling is a funny comedy that makes the most of Emily Blunt’s talents and suits. The film is about secrets, lies, love, and family.

Staff rating: 8.2/10

Genres: Romance, Comedy

Actor: Emily Blunt, Jeanette Maus, Mark Duplass, Mike Birbiglia, Rosemarie DeWitt

Director: Lynn Shelton

4. Stand By Me (1986).

Stand by Me tells the story of four friends who go on a journey to find a body. This is a great story about coming of age.

Stand by Me is a Stephen King horror novella that is both frightening and comforting. It evokes adulthood’s unique thorniness.

Staff rating: 8.5/10

Genre: Adventure, Crime, Drama

Actors: Bradley Gregg. Bruce Kirby. Casey Siemaszko. Chance Quinn. Corey Feldman. Dick Durock. Frances Lee McCain. Gary Riley Jason Oliver. John Cusack. Kent W. Luttrell. Kiefer Sutherland. Madeleine Swift. Marshall Bell. Richard Dreyfuss. River Phoenix. Scott Beach. Wil Wheaton. William Bronder.

Director: Rob Reiner

3. Jiro Dreams Of Sushi (2011)

Jiro, an 85-year-old Japanese chef, is featured in the documentary. He also owns a Michelin-starred restaurant located in Tokyo’s underground. The film also features his eager sons. The film’s powerful energy is fuelled by tradition, love, obsession, and the bond between fathers and sons.

Staff rating: 8.8/10

Genre: Documentary

Actor: Daisuke Nakazama, David Gelb, Hachiro Mizutani, Harutaki Takahashi, Jiro Ono, Masuhiro Yamamoto, Yoshikazu Ono

Director: David Gelb

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2. Angry Inuk (2016)

Like all great documentaries, Angry Inuk is more than its title. It is about antisealing activism that has caused harm to Inuit communities ever since the 1980s. They have created the highest ever rates of suicide and hunger in the “developed” world.

Angry Inuk also discusses the corruption of animal rights organizations like Greenpeace. Although seals are not endangered, they are the focus of NGOs because they make money.

It is a disturbing but vital documentary. It doesn’t focus on Canada’s past but on how Canada is harming Inuit today.

Staff rating: 8.8/10

Genre: Documentary

Actor: Aaju Peter, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril

Director: Alethea Arnaquq-Baril

1. Red is the warmest (2013)

La Vie d’Adele, a French movie about coming of age, is more popular than it is today. Blue Is The Warmest Color, with the exceptional performances of Seydoux & Exarchopoulos, is a wonderful film in which she gradually outgrows her mentor sexually and philosophically.

Staff rating: 9/10

Genres: Romance, Drama

Actor: Adele Exarchopoulos, Alain Duclos, Alika Del Sol, Alma Jodorowsky, Anne Loiret, Aurelien Recoing, Aurelien Recoing, Baya Rehaz, Benjamin Siksou, Benoit Pilot, Benoit Pilot, Camille Rutherford, Catherine Salee, Catherine Salee, Eric Paul, Fanny Maurin, Halima Slimani, Jeremie Laheurte, Jeremie Laheurte, Judith Hoersch, Justine Nissart, Lea Seydoux, Maelys Cabezon, Maud Wyler, Mona Walravens, Quentin Medrinal, Salim Kechiouche, Samir Bella, Sandor Funtek

Director: Abdellatif Kechiche

Rating: NC-17

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