The Lockdown lifestyle from last year has probably made most of us forget that there is life outside of the home. Nevertheless, thank goodness we can now go outside meaning we can now socialize and visit our favorite clubs, cinemas, restaurants e.t.c.
While deciding on where to go this new season, let me introduce you to the best movies you won’t regret watching at your nearby cinemas, and these movies range from drama, thriller, action to suspense.
If you love action films, the iconic ‘James Bond’ franchise is back on our screen, and if you’re into drama then ‘House of Gucci’ won’t disappoint.
- House Of Gucci: This is a drama/thriller movie that followed the life of Maurizio Gucci an Italian businessman and former head of the Gucci fashion house who was shot dead by a hitman hired by his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani. The film is packed full of A star celebrities like Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Al Pacino e.t.c. It will be showing in cinemas from November 26 and on Paramount+ November 24.
- Don’t Look Up: A black comedy that features Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jennifer Lawrence. This comedy movie is about two amateur scientists (DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) trying to avert a global disaster. In cinemas from December 10 and on Netflix from December 24
- James Bond – No Time Die: The newest series of 007 where retired James Bond(Daniel Craig) an intelligence officer in the Secret Intelligence Service was called back to tackle some unfinished business. Expect action, explosives e.t.c. In cinemas now.
- Nightmare Alley: The story of a con artist(Bradley Cooper) who was pursued by a psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) who suspected something about the con artist. The movie is a world of double deceit and dealings. In cinemas from December 17
- The Lost Daughter: Story of a divorcee called Leda(Olivia Colman) who was taunted by regretful memories that were triggered by the arrival of a young family member on the island she was vacationing. Also features Dakota Johnson and Jessie Buckley. In cinemas from December 17 and on Netflix from December 31
By Lola Joseph
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