The Twilight Samurai (2002), Bar Bahar (2016), Detour (1945), The Cranes Are Flying (1957), Sister (2012), Amanda (2018), Ashes and Diamonds (1958), Wild Strawberries (1957) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best Brooding movies.
Stephen Sondheim's "Merrily We Roll Along" opened in November 1981 to scathing reviews and closed after just 16 performances. Archival footage of the rehearsals, along with interviews with the cast, tell the tale of this infamous production.Movie Details
A quiet Connecticut vacation home is the backdrop for domestic decline. Sensitive son Edmund (Dean Stockwell) returns home from spending time at sea to a family in a state of collapse. His father (Ralph Richardson) is an alcoholic miser. His mother, Mary (Katharine Hepburn), is addicted to morphine. His brother, Jamie (Jason Robards), is aggressive and unstable. As Edmund and his brother clash over how to help their mother, she becomes increasingly concerned about Edmund's worsening health.Movie Details
Young lawyer Katadreuffe (Fedja van Huêt) is the chief suspect in the murder of the cold-hearted bailiff Dreverhaven (Jan Decleir). The two have long been rivals, waging personal battles through the courts, and Katadreuffe was observed leaving the scene of the crime. Giving his testimony to police, Katadreuffe effectively tells his life story, in which his ambition for success in the legal world was driven by a hatred of his biological father -- who was, secretly, Dreverhaven.Movie Details
Hank (Kiefer Sutherland) and Ely Braxton (Marcus Thomas) are brothers and rivals. They're each haunted by the specter of their dad, Reid (Pete Postlethwaite), a famous bull rider turned absent father. Hank is a rodeo clown who breeds bulls; Ely is a brash young rider who won't let anything -- not even life-threatening injuries -- keep him out of the ring. When rodeo sweetheart Celia (Daryl Hannah) gets between them, sibling rivalry grows volatile and loyalties are tested.Movie Details
Grégoire's life seems perfect, he has a job as a film producer and a beautiful wife and child, but when Grégoire's financial and emotional reserves reach a breaking point his family's love and resilience is tested.Movie Details
After graduating from college, Marnie (Kate Dollenmayer) is living in Boston. Looking for temporary work while trying to figure out what it is she wants to do, Marnie grapples with her feelings toward her good friend Alex (Christian Rudder), who doesn't seem to feel the same way about her. As she attempts to mature while surviving her dreary desk job, Marnie meets Mitchell (Andrew Bujalski), a shy, neurotic coworker who helps her better understand herself.Movie Details