Artificial Intelligence and Mona Lisa Smile
They both made my eyes welled up before ending and revealed how a sentimental guy I really am
And I consider it to be a great tragedy, or two great tragedies, of both of the main characters, Salieri and Mozart. (I have noticed that Salieri is on the top of the cast list right above Mozart, make you think about something right?)
It is a remarkable idea to tell Mozart's tales from Herr Salieri's perspective. I also will never forget the final scene when the feeble but weirdly smiling Salieri passed through the corridor teeming with the ugly beasts of the hospital, with hands out like a statue of god and said: All mediocrities, I absolve you. Then Looked up, with hands crossed in his own face, Mozart's obscene and insane laughter replayed.
One question: Why the movie's name is Amadeus instead of Mozart?
The Shawshank Redemption
Also a must-see
(shocked to find out its adaptation was born in Steven King's ghostly hands
The Man in the Iron Mask
I love Jeremy Iron and John Malkovich(he is brilliant but seems not to be noticed)