The inattention to film form and unfamiliarity with film language surrounds the vast majority of mainstream discourse about cinema.
It is intriguing to witness the resemblance of a thought-provoking 16th-century Elizabethan tragedy and a contemporary 21st-century movie, The Babysitter: Killer Queen.
The recommended movies from this feel good movies list are not directly related to any specific filmographic parameters. With their beautiful narration and carpe diem philosophy viewer feels like sucking the marrow out of life.
A good movie that builds an effective communication, encapsulates not only powerful dialogues or an impactful storyline but also the unspoken visuals that enhance the overall experience. This language of unspoken words through the power of lens is Cinematography.