In this pandemic situation, when the whole world is crippling by the spread of the infectious virus, we have nothing to do other than to stay inside and pray. We look towards getting ourselves entertain in many ways and often fidget with the TV remote to find something good and interesting to pass the time. However, In these tough times too, Hollywood has not failed to come up with some really good movies which, other than entertaining its viewers, also has tried to send across a message. Here are some of the must-watch movies of this year.
The movie is about the feelings of a person who has Alzheimer’s disease. It’s viewing through the eyes of the suffering person rather than the family members. Anthony Hopkins has done every bit of justice to this character. ‘The Father’ is a direction by Zellman who happens to be the writer too. So, he has seen to it that the theme is conveyed to the audience in the way he has envisioned it.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
It’s needless to say that, every movie of the ‘Conjuring’ series is sure to send a chill down your spine. You will never find a dull moment in this movie. Horror and crime have been seamlessly blended to present the viewers with the various unexpectable twists and turns. It’s a thrilling murder mystery by Johnson and Wan, who have proved their expertise in writing the movies ‘Orphan’ and ‘Saw’. The gripping script is sure to keep you glued to the screen.
It’s a personal story depicting a Korean family who immigrates to Arkansas in the 1980s. This movie explores what a true sense of belonging means and what a real home is. For every immigrant, this story stands true. Also, If you have your loved ones around to support you, then you can cross any hurdle of life. Minari though talks of the hardships in an immigrant’s life. But the struggles portrayed are true for every human who aims to become a better self.
Nomadland depicts the story of a woman named Fern, who is in her 60s. After the Great Recession, her career comes to an end and she embarks on a journey of living the life of a nomad. The movie has proved that ‘home is where the heart is’. Such a beautiful portrayal has fetched it a nomination in the Academy Award for the Best Picture.
Raya And The Last Dragon
A movie for every member of the family to sit together and get lost in the magical world of Raya who embarks on a journey to summoning the spirit of the last dragon Sisu, because Druun the ominous monster, returns to destroy everything in the mystical land of Kumandra.
The list doesn’t end here though. You can include some other significant movies in your watchlist like ‘Our Friend’, ‘Judas And The Black Messiah’, ‘The Mauritanian’, ‘The Croods: a New Age’, ‘The Courier’, ‘Tom and Jerry’, and ‘Godzilla Vs Kong’. Pick the movies that suit you best and enjoy some really good screen time this year.