10 Movie Pairs That Compliment Each Other Well
These pairs of movies do not exist within the same franchise and they may not have anything in common at all, though some are tied together by an actor or director (sometimes both). They are simple movies that work well together, such as with The Wrong Man (1956) in which Henry Fonda plays a man wrongly accused of a crime and 12 Angry Men (1957) in which he then plays a juror convinced that another man on trial is innocent. Likewise there are the Brian De Palma movies Scarface (1983) and Carlito's Way (1993), both starring Al Pacino. In one he rises to the top of the drug trade and in the other, he wants nothing more than to leave it all behind. Or in 1998, two excellent World War II movies were released, each managing to stand against each other in their own right.
avg. score: 7 of 20 (35%)
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