Every time we find more and more films, inWhich are really cool interiors. Not all, but only the best, get into our traditional selection of movies on Mondays It's hard to believe, but in a week's time the twentieth edition of our weekly column, which has become so popular, will be released. Every time it reads more and more people, the advice multiplies, but I wonder if you are watching the movie that appears in the collections? Write in the comments here or in social networks, and we will make a plan for evening views for each day of this week. The last issue. I, the robot (2004) The classical view is not such a distant future, when robots become a familiar part of life. Computerized filling of houses, minimalist interiors, artificial intelligence - maybe someday we will live like that. And, naturally, there will be conservatives like Will Smith, the protagonist of the film, who hates robots and sees them as a threat. Belief in the three laws of robotics is so strong that such statements seem to the public a delirium of crazy people, but, as is usually the case, the latter are most often right. The King says! (2010) Royal suites and palace luxury, the outfits of high society and the atmosphere of the thirties of last century - the stylistic design of the picture was successful. For the scenery the film was even nominated for an Oscar, but took much more - "Best Screenplay", "Best Director", "Best Actor" and "Best Picture". And this is not to mention the scattering of other awards. And the plot here is based on the biography of the Duke, who takes office as King of Britain. The real story of George VI about the fight against his ailment - strong stuttering - was somewhat distorted by cinematic conventions, but the film itself does not become bad from it. Marvin's Room (1996) A drama about the importance of familyRelations with Meryl Streep, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro and twenty-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead roles. The clash of absolutely different characters, the incurable illness of the father, for which one needs to take care of in his home, the retired teenager - problems are layered one on one, but the main essence of the film is that it is worth trying to receive and hear others. And then in any, even seemingly most desperate situation, a ray of hope will dawn. The Secret Life of Pets (2016) ThursdayThere is a new cartoon, so we recommend planning a family trip to the cinema for this miracle. A nice, kind and funny picture can give an hour and a half of pleasure and good emotions. And also to suggest what the truth is that pets do while we are at work. The editorial staff has already appreciated the cartoon, and we assure that there are more jokes than was shown in the trailers. Downgrade (2015) This financial drama,Based on real events, was among the top three candidates for the "Oscar" of the current year. The actual topics about the global economic crisis of 2008 and several analysts who predicted it, coupled with the expressive presentation of the material by the director Adam McKay, attracted a lot of spectators to the cinema, including those who were completely unacquainted with the specifics of the work on the sidelines of Wall Street. Swaps, hedge funds, mortgage loans and tranches of bonds - are confused even by the pros, therefore in the film there are times when actors look into the camera and begin to explain what exactly is happening. For example, Margot Robbie from a bath with champagne. I'm not there (2007) Everyone knows the legendary BobDylan is a singer and composer, one of the most important figures not only in the history of rock, but also in general music. His life is dedicated to the film "I'm Not There." Six different stories in which six different characters in one way or another affect a certain period of life of a great musician, from childhood, which came during the war. The scenery and surroundings are perfectly symbolized every stage in Dylan's career and life. Vanilla Sky (2001) Studying the castThis movie, you can break the language from the names - Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and so on. Yes, and the plot, which seems initially so simple, in the course of the action grows in details and becomes very deep. The protagonist, who owns the publishing house and lives in an expensive apartment, suddenly gets into an accident that radically changes his life. The film makes it possible to look at oneself from the outside, it is enough just to "open your eyes".