March 29, 2020-
We all are going through a tough time during this Covid19 outbreak and keeping yourself at home is the best thing you can do to yourself and other you love. But, how can we cope up with the psychological effect of this self-isolation? The answer is actually simple- movies.
Movies have always helped us escape reality and make wanders into unknown lands and live lives beyond our imaginations. It has entertained us, inspired us and motivated us. Here are some movies to keep you active through these hard times. Get some popcorn and start watching.
1. Frozen (2013): The magical Disney tale of Anna and Elsa is a sister act for the ages and all ages.
2. Little Miss Sunshine (2006): The crazy dysfunctional Hoover family trying to keep things together for a pretentious kid beauty pageant.
3. The Incredibles (2004): Apparently, this the best version of Fantastic Four tale that you will ever get. (Sorry, Marvel)
4. The Sound of Music (1965): They may be Nazis. But, they still have a lot to sing about for the sweet-sounding Von Trapps.
5. Mary Poppins (1964): Julie Andrews flies in on her umbrella to save the Banks family from being a hot mess.
6. Back to the Future (1985): Time travel, messing up with your parent’s past and more. This cult classic still has enough for a re-watch.
7. Meet the Parents (2000): If your in-law turns out to be Robert De Niro, then you should be expecting some lie detectors and nipple discussions.
8. Step Brothers (2008): Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are the best, crazy siblings duo that you can ever expect.
9. The Godfather (1972): Ever wondered what it is like to be in a mafia family. Then, welcome to the Corleone family.
10. Father of the Bride (1991): Steve Martin is an overprotective patriarch. But that doesn’t stop him from being a loving father to his daughter.
11. Ghostbusters (1984): This cult classic never gets only. Before they ruin it again with another sequel, let’s revisit the original one more time.
12. Groundhog Day (1993): What if the same day repeats and repeats again. Bill Murray is somehow stuck in this endless loop.
13. Booksmart (2019): Teen travails are still relatable as they were during “The Breakfast Club”. This female-centric movie proves that.
14. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986): High school student, Ferris fakes sickness to spends the day with his best friend and girlfriend.
15. Old School (2003): If you think that self-isolation is the worse that can happen to you, how about having your fraternity in house.
16.Young Frankenstein (1974): Mel Brooks movies can instantly lift your moods.
17. Animal House (1978): Deathmobile, food fight and John Belushi destroying a guitar in a toga still have no college-comedy equal.
18. This Is Spinal Tap (1984): This awesome rock mockumentary is about the return of British heavy metal band Spinal Tap.
19. The Blues Brothers (1980): To save the Catholic home where they were raised, two brothers get their old band back together.
20. The Hangover (2009): This bachelor-party-gone-wrong classic has some of the nuttiest moments in movie history.