No starter logo is as soothing as the Fox Features logo. When you see this logo, you know for sure that you are going to see a British-style drama, a high-profile biographical documentary or a story in the genre.
It doesn't really matter what genre the film is in because Most likely you will see a movie with a different quality. Since the Company's founding in 2002 and its separation from USA Films, it can be said that the audience has witnessed the release of the best Films of the 21st century.
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So to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the company, let's take a look at 19 of its biggest projects, from romance movies to great comedies. Fox Features has benefited from the presence of many great directors such as Edgar Wright, Joe Wright and Ang Lee, so let's take a look at 19 of the Company's best films.
- Director: Joe Wright
- Cast: Keira Knightley, James McAvoy, Sorsha Ronan
- Release Date: 2007
- strong> IMDb rating per movie: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 83 out of 100
In many ways, Atonement has all the hallmarks of an ideal Fox Feature film. The film is a stunning British drama film that shows an incredibly complex and intertwined emotion from Joe Wright's point of view. This film is definitely still in the hearts and minds of many audiences after about 15 years, because the pain of love between Keira Knightley and James McAvoy is not something that can be easily forgotten.
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- Cast: Joseph Gordon Levitt, Emily D. Ravin, Lucas Haas
- Release Date: 2006
- IMDb rating to movie: 7.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 80 out of 80 100
Ryan Johnson began his directing career with the low-budget neo-noir film "Brick." Set in the year before the Sundance Film Festival, this detective film contains all the classic aspects of Hollywood golden age noir and detective stories, and can be considered a film about high school teenagers. Like all Johnson's work, this film is very cleverly made, but it never gets where you expect it to. In addition, the film helped Joseph Gordon Levitt become an actor from childhood.
- Director: Ang Lee
- Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Heath Ledger, Michelle Williams
- Release Date: 2005
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 88 out of 88 100
People are still angry that the Academy Award was given to "Accident" instead of "Brokeback Mountain" and they have a right to be angry. Ang Lee's adaptation of Annie Prolex's short story became a unique film, both culturally and romantically. In fact, we seldom see romance novels portrayed with such honesty in the film industry. Heath Ledger was a master at portraying repression and hatred, so on screen he was a good teammate for Jake Gyllenhaal. "Brokeback Mountain" was a special film that made a lot of noise and should have won the best film.
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- Cast: Dakota Finning, Terry Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders
- Release Date: 2009
- Score IMDb to movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 90 out of 100 li>
Fox Features has not released many animated Films in its 20-year history, and most of these animations have been Leica-produced stop-motion films. But the animation "Coraline", adapted from Neil Gaiman's novel, was made by Stop Motion master Henry Slick, who also directed "Christmas Eve Nightmare" and "James and the Giant Peach." This movie is incredibly entertaining and that makes it appealing to any age. "Coraline" was an animation that was produced at the beginning of the 3D making period and probably used this technology better than any other film made before the Avatar era. This animation has unique features that are hard to erase from the audience. It does not matter how amazing Leica's subsequent Films were in terms of technology, as they can never be compared to the storytelling skills displayed in Coraline.
5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- Director : Michelle Gondry
- Cast: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Christine Dunst
- Release Date: 2004
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating : 92 out of 100
Charlie Kaufman's mind can be full of scary scenes, and when this creative mind is combined with Michelle Gondry's amazing power, the audience will see a movie that Shows the incredible ups and downs of love. Erasing a particular person's memories from your mind may sound like a sci-fi movie, but this weird drama movie uses it to deal with traits like love and emotions. In this film, Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet have been able to show great chemistry and create a film that has changed their entire career. In fact, no other film can be found that has become a 21st century classic like The Eternal Glow of a Pure Mind.
Far from Heaven
- Director: Todd Haynes
- Cast: Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Dennis Heisbert
- Release Date: 2002
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 87 out of 100
This film, made by Todd Haynes to pay homage to the king of melodrama films, Douglas Circus, had a modest budget but was an attractive film. Heinz was able to capture the emotion of Films such as "Imitation of Life" and "Whatever God Wants" and add other details to the film. Interethnic and Strange Love Formed But in 2002, including such elements in old Films seemed like a good thing, especially to pay homage to classic films. Julianne Moore starred in one of her best roles in the film, starring other great actors including Dennis Quaid, Dennis Heisbert, Patricia Clarkson and Viola Davis, which led to "Away from Heaven" Be one of the best Fox Feature movies.
7. In Bruges
- Director: Martin Mack Donna
- Cast: Brendan Gleason, Colin Farrell, Ralph Fiennes
- Release Date: 2008
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.9 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 84 Out of 100
We now live in a world where everyone agrees that Colin Farrell is one of the best actors today. This film was one of the best Films of its time and it can be considered one of those Films in which there is no criticism of Colin Farrell. However, in 2008, he starred in a series of Films that were not very suitable for him and his personal life was disrupted. He co-starred with Brendan Gleason in this black comedy about two gangsters, directed by Martin McDonagh. "In Bruges" is the same film that is considered the Farrell Renaissance because he was able to show his best in this film. The chemistry between him and Gleason is remarkable, and it allows us to boldly observe the darkness within him. He won a Golden Globe Award for his role, and at least should have been nominated for an Academy Award.
Lost in Translation
- Director: Sophia Coppola
- Cast: Bill Murray, Scarlett Johanssonov Anna Faris
- Release Date: 2003
- IMDb rating for the film : 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 95 out of 100
If we want to talk about people who They should have won the Academy Award, we should mention Bill Murray for his role in the film Lost in Translation. Sophia Coppola took a big risk in this film, which was her second film, because it was not clear whether Murray would appear on the set. Because he was in Japan before filming started. Fortunately, she appeared on the set of the second filming and gave a great performance, and her teammate, the young Scarlett Johansson, was also able to adapt well to her acting. "Lost in Translation" is a very personal film for Coppola, and you can feel his emotions in every scene.
- Director: Jeff Nichols
- Cast: Ruth Nega, Joel Edgerton
- Release Date: 2016
- Score strong> IMDb to movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis rating: 88 out of 100 ul>
- Director: Wes Anderson
- Cast: Kara Haywood, Jared Gilman
- Release Date: 2012
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 93 out of 100
- Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
- Cast: Daniel DeLouis, WikiCraps, Leslie Manville
- Release Date: 2017
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 91 out of 100
- Cast: Bradley Cooper, Ryan Gosling, Ray Liotta
- Release Date: 2013
- IMDb rating for movie: 3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: > 78 out of 100
- Director: Joel and Ethan Coen
- Cast: Michael Stolberg
- Release Date: 2009
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 89 out of 100
- Director: > Casey Lemons
- Cast: Taraji Hanson, Dan Cheadle
- Release Date: 2007
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 83 out of 83 100
- Director: Corey Finley
- Cast: Olivia Cook, Anthony Yeltsin, Franois Swift
- Release Date: 2018
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 87 out of 100
- Director : Thomas Alfredson
- Cast: Gary Aldman, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy
- Release Date: 2011/li>
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating : 84 out of 100
- Director: Murga Neville
- Cast: Fred Rogers, Joe Negri, David Neville
- Release Date : 2018
- IMDb rating for movies: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 97 out of 100
- Director: Edgar Wright
- Cast: Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsen
- Release Date: 2013
- IMDb rating per movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 89 out of 100
- Director: Colin Truro
- Cast: Naomi Watts, Jacob Tremblay, Sarah Silverman
- Release Date: 2017
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 22 out of 100
"Living" is a film based on a true story about love and the prohibition of interracial marriage. In fact, the film's writer and director, Jeff Nichols, was able to make and tell a love story based on reality. This film is a romantic and marriage-based film. In fact, "Living" starring Ruth Nega and Joel Edgerton is a film whose characters do not want to get into politics. They just want to live like a happy couple. But at the same time, this film is a political film with important consequences and it can also be considered as a good biographical film.
10. Moonrise Kingdom
Wes Anderson's most childish film is his only film by Fox Features. "Realm of the Rising Moon" is a film about childhood romances and how intense the feelings of first love can be. Cara Hood and Jared Gilman, surrounded by a group of ordinary players, were able to play their best. The chemistry between them was unparalleled for both critics and audiences. This was Anderson's first film after "The Amazing Mr. Fox" and it can be considered an impressive film. People may prefer the Tennabam Aristocratic House and the Budapest Grand Hotel, but I prefer The Land of the Rising Moon because it manages to strike the perfect balance between emotion and humor.
11. Phantom Thread
This movie is definitely not the last romantic movie on this list. Because the romance genre is one of the specialized genres of Fox Features, you will undoubtedly encounter many of them in this list. Makes up romance novels. Daniel DeLouis and Vicki Cripps put on a strong stage performance, making it both weird, funny, annoying and beautiful, and one of the most beautiful Films of the 21st century.
12. The Place Beyond the Pines
Derek Cianferens, author and director of "Blue Valentine", is considered one of the leading creators of emotional realism. "A Place Beyond the Pines" may not have been as successful as "Blue Valentine," but it does give an accurate picture of the hard life and impact that a father can have on his son. Starring Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling, the film is full of violent and sad scenes that are considered to be the main features of Fox Feature films. So if this If you enjoy the works, it is better to watch this movie.
13. A Serious Man
"A Serious Man" is one of the biographical Films made by the Coen brothers, which is a unique film of its kind. It is a tragic film that over the past decade has been critically acclaimed by many critics to gain more and more insights into the worldview of the master filmmakers. At the center of "A Serious Man" is the tragedy that befalls Larry Gopnik (Michael Stolberg), as if the Coen brothers hated the character because it's not unreasonable for a character's life to be so miserable. He has been tortured so much that thousands of Films can be made about his pain. So if you want to watch a movie about the Coen brothers that is worth watching, do not miss this movie.
14. Talk to Me
Since most of the Films on this list are considered classic modern films, or at least great films, so is the biography of Patty Green, a Washington DC radio host directed by Casey Lemons. Must be included in this list. This film is considered one of the best Films of 2007 and great actors such as Dan Cheadle were able to show their best roles in it. He was able to take over the scene by playing this role. In general, this movie may not be as interesting as the ones we mentioned earlier, but it is worth watching.
"Troberds" is a dark trailer about two teenage girls named Amanda (played by Olivia Cook) and Lily (played by Anya Taylor Joy) who have a rich family. The two conspire to kill Lily's rich stepfather, whom Lily hates. "Throwbird", most of which takes place inside this magnificent mansion, is one of the most entertaining Films that has been shown in cinemas in recent years. Cook and Taylor Joey look great together. Anthony Yeltsin is also great in his role as the man hired to kill Lily's stepfather, but unfortunately this was the artist's last role as he lost his life in an accident two weeks after filming ended. p>
16. Benzene, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)
Just like "Penalty", "Benzene, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" is one of those Films that follows the characteristics of Fox Features. has done. The film is a Cold War spy drama starring an incredible cast of British actors, from Gary Oldman to Colin Firth and Tom Hardy. The Swedish director of the film, Thomas Alfredson, was able to present a film that is something beyond ordinary films. This version of John Le Carre's spy novel takes advantage of a cold and depressing atmosphere. Oldman rarely speaks in the lead role of George Smiley, and when he does, you have to be very careful to be able to hear him. The film is shrouded in mystery, so not only do you have to watch the whole film carefully, but you also have to look at Smiley's behavior. Of course, once you watch the movie, you will not fully understand it, but the movie will enchant you. In fact, it is safe to say that this is one of the best spy movies of the modern era.
17. Aren't you my neighbor? (Wont You Be My Neighbor)
In 2018, we all needed a stunning movie. Honestly, we still need such a film, and what better way than to make a film about the life and work of Fred Rogers. A movie like "Aren't you my neighbor?" Was called. While this documentary is by no means special and innovative, it is no secret that Rogers is a charismatic figure and a very important figure in the history of television and education in the United States. Sometimes seeing how he was able to make a significant impact on the lives of many people of different generations can melt even the most difficult hearts. Is that something you "are not my neighbor?" Turns it into a unique movie.
18. The World's End
"The End of the World" is probably the best film ever made by Edgar Wright and presented by Fox Features. This film examines the fear of aging and confronting the mistakes we have made in the past. Simon Peg, who co-starred with Edgar Wright in "The End of the World," plays Gary King, a man who wants to stick to the bond he and his friends made twenty years ago. Definitely Peg showed one of his best performances in this film and beautifully portrayed the insecurity and despair in which this character is trapped. He and his friends (Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsen, and Paddy Candidin) have to contend with the hordes of Androids that have replaced the people of their city. This movie is one of those movies that is definitely still worth watching after about 10 years.
19. The Book of Henry
Definitely every big company has at least one completely useless movie in its portfolio. "Art Book" is one of the worst movies you can watch and it can be said that it is a failed attempt in every way. The Art Book is a bizarre comedy about a boy who wants his mother to kill their neighbor. Each of the film's dialogues completely confuses the audience, and each sequence makes you more and more confused. This is by no means an entertaining film.
But Fox Features has amazed audiences throughout its 20-year career. The company has Films and series such as Robert Vaggers' "Viking" epic, "The Northern Man" and the thriller "Spy" and the sequel to the Company's highest-grossing film, Danton Abbey: The New Age. So the twentieth Anniversary of Fox Features will be absolutely amazing.