Thriller movie which is to please the audience by simultaneously having the impact of visual sense

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Thriller movie is a kind of genre film, mainly to the supernatural, grotesque, mysterious, crime as the theme, the use of intricate psychopathy, or schizophrenia to create thriller effect.
Thrillers and horror films have the same wonderful work, and the difference between them is also

Thriller movie is a kind of genre film, mainly to the supernatural, grotesque, mysterious, crime as the theme, the use of intricate psychopathy, or schizophrenia to create thriller effect.
Thrillers and horror films have the same wonderful work, and the difference between them is also the most intoxicating place, which is to please the audience by simultaneously having the impact of visual sense, the unpredictable situation plot, and the intricate narrative means. 

1. Django Unchained
1858, two years before the American Civil War. German bounty hunter Kim Schulz (Christoph Waltz) buys Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave slave, from a slave dealer and sets him free. Shultz is actually training Django to be a lawless bounty hunter, hunting all kinds of wanted criminals in exchange for payment. Django's only condition is to free his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from the hands of abusive candy plantation owner Calvin Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio and Leonardo dicaprio).


2. Burning years
On the vast western prairie lived a father and his three sons -- the father was a retired colonel of the cavalry, and the three sons were distinguished characters: The eldest son, Alfred (Aidan Quinn), is honest and honest, the second son, Tristan (Brad Pitt), is uninhibited, and the youngest, Samuel (Henry Thomas), is suave.
Father and son's life on the prairie changes with the arrival of Samuel's fiancee, Suzanne (Julia Ormond). Suzanne was young and pretty, and she was a shock to Alfred's heart. He has a crush on her, but Suzanne is involuntarily infatuated with the bold and rugged Tristan. Out of moral adherence, they have been repressing their inner feelings.
Until Samuel's heroic death at the front, things changed. Tristan loved his brother so much that he could not face the fact that he had fallen in love with Suzanne and ran away from home. Suzanne had given up and agreed to marry Alfred, and Tristan had married and had children away from the prairie. Things seem to be calming down, but the death of Tristan's wife throws a spanner in the works.


3. The good and the bad
The story takes place during the American Civil War. Tuco (Eli Wallach) is a thieving gangster who has put a bounty on his head. Brandy (Clint Eastwood), a gangster cowboy, accidentally captures Tuco but kidnaps him when the reward isn't enough.In the desert, Brandi punishes Tuco and leaves him to die. But the deceitful Tuco escapes and gathers some accomplices to capture Brandi at the inn. While Tuco was torturing Brandi in kind, he hijacked a soldier named Carson. The latter left the secret of the treasure before dying, and Tuco and Brandi each got half the information.
Meanwhile, Santanza (Lee Van Cleef), a cunning assassin, discovers the secret of the treasure through other channels. So, on the way to find treasure, three people try their best, staged a showdown of good play...


4. The Hateful Eight
In a chilly Wyoming valley, a horse-drawn wagon carries bounty hunter John "The Hangman" Ruth (Kurt Russell) and his $10,000 kill Daisy Domoge (Jennifer Jason Leigh) through the snow.Along the way, Major Marquis Warren (Samuel L. Jackson), a black bounty hunter, and Chris Manix (Walton Goggins), a rookie police sergeant, board the wagon. Red Rock is their common target.Because of the heavy snow, the carriage stopped at Minnie's men's shop, but the familiar owner of the shop was nowhere to be found, but there were four other uninvited guests in the shop. John is constantly worried about others stealing prey, Marquis is wary of the strangers in front of her, the talkative Chris is constantly adding to the tension, and Daisy seems to be waiting for a bigger storm.
As if isolated from the small shop, about to blow a more violent storm...

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