A handful of outstanding films go beyond merely entertaining or stimulating our imagination—they echo and dwell effortlessly in our minds. They nestle into the hidden crevices of our thoughts, with the potential to shape our character.
These movies have the strange power to stick with you, much like a haunting song or a vivid dream.
While Animal Farm is probably only remembered while you're watching the news, 1984 has crept into our reality. George Orwell so effectively exposes hypocrisy and corruption that he almost had two places on this list.
The movie portrays Maria Bello and Michael Sheen as the parents of a teenager who shot his friends and then himself. It's a brutal movie to watch since these parents are not only grieving their kid's loss but also dealing with guilt and never-ending regrets.