SiMoPic's favorite low budget movies
It's not necessarily the stars or the fancy special effects that make a movie great. Sometimes it's the look, or it could just be a single shot, but in general low budget movies
convince with a unseen story. These are some examples.
1. Cube (1997)
Six peoples, all unkown to each other, wake up in a room with 6 doors other, similar rooms. They are in the Cube and only as a team they have a chance.
2. Lola Rennt (1998)
As Lola receives a phone call and learns that she has twenty minutes before her boyfriend will rob a bank, she has to make a decision. She has three options. But time is short, so run Lola run!
3. Buried (2010)
What would you do, if you were buried alive and only had a working cellphone?
4. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)
Monty Pythons legendary interpretation of what really happened when King Arthur and his knights went on a quest to search the holy grail.
5. Rocky (1976)
As underdog Rocky Balboa gets a chance to fight heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, he is dedicated to use this once in a life-time chance.
6. Mad Max (1979)
When his wife, his child and his best friend by a ruthless motorcycle gang in this apocalyptic future, the ordinary Max Rockatansky turns into Mad Max.
7. An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Al Gore s mega-campaign to shake up people for the worldwide problem of man-made global warming and climate change. Truly one of the most terrifying movies you will ever see.
8. Hell (2011)
In this german movie, by 2016 the Sun has turned the entire world into a scorched wasteland. Humans who have survived are either resourceful or violent, and sometimes both. Marie, her little sister Leonie, and best friend Phillip, are in a car headed to the mountains - rumor has it there is some water there. Along the way they meet Tom, a first-rate mechanic. But can they trust him? Fraught with deep distrust, the group is lured into an ambush where their real battle for survival begins.