Which movie is best for you?
I’m not going to go into the merits of every film I watch.
I’m also not going out of my way to tell you what you should watch.
But there’s a certain comfort in being able to know the answer to a question you’ve asked yourself for decades, which is why I decided to create this list.
I’ve selected films that are either new or familiar, that have captivated me in the past, or that have been on my radar for years.
I chose these because there are so many of them, and they’re all worth a look.
A few years ago, the film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was on my mind.
It was a movie that was set in the 1950s, but it also featured a young man who was forced to choose between his mother and his brother.
“Grand Budapest Hotel,” directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, was released in 2014.
I was 16 years old when it was released.
I have a memory of being in my room in Budapest with my mom when it came out and watching it in my parents’ living room.
I remember sitting in my mother’s lap as the movie played on.
I loved it.
I love that the movie was shot on 35mm, and that I can see the cinematography from all angles.
The story of a man who can’t choose between two people.
The plot is about a young Hungarian who goes to a resort for the weekend, but the main character has a choice to make: Do you choose the people you love the most or do you choose to keep going?
In a way, the movie is a warning against the way modern society is.
I’m not saying that this is the best film ever made.
There are plenty of films that were released in 2016 that I’d like to see, but this is my personal recommendation for a movie you should definitely watch.