This article shows the Top 5 movies of all time. You can consider watching in your free time.
Beasts of No Nation
Netflix’s first original picture appeared to be a risky bet, yet it received positive reviews and went on to win awards. Agu, a Ghanaian youngster compelled to become a soldier and join a regiment led by the fearsome Commandant, is played by Abraham Attah (Idris Elba).
Bong Joon Ho’s most recent film, Okja, was about a small girl and she genetically enhanced super pig before he won an Oscar for recommending we eat the affluent. Mija, played by Ahn Seo-Hyun, is a wide-eyed character who can’t stomach being apart from Okja when the time comes for her to be taken away and purportedly slaughtered for mass consumption. Mija flees to Seoul in order to save her closest friend and expose the sleazy Mirando Corporation, which is responsible for the super pig program.
Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a housekeeper working for an affluent family in Mexico City, is the protagonist of Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-winning drama. The picture is remarkably engrossing, engulfing us in Cleo’s world in a manner that most movies aspire for but can never achieve, thanks to Cuarón’s script, direction, and cinematography (each of which won an Oscar).
Dolemite Is My Name
This Eddie Murphy film, which tells the true life of late comic Rudy Ray Moore, commonly known as Dolemite, is well worth your time. Dolemite Is My Name is both a moving portrait of an underdog’s life and a hilarious comedy.
Few contemporary Christmas films are as enthralling as Sergio Pablos’ Klaus. This Santa Claus origin story, which has been nominated for Best Animated Film at the 2020 Academy Awards, follows Jesper Johansson (Jason Schwartzman), a failing heir to a postal empire, as he takes up a new post in a distant community. Klaus captures Yuletide’s charm in a way that is both fresh and intimate, with a narrative that is both emotional and artistically spectacular.