The cult duo of Bill and Ted is back and this time stakes are higher than ever for them to fulfill their rock and roll career. A mystery visitor from the future tells the two friends that the world can only be saved with their song. This intrigues the heroes as they decide to set out on another adventure through time.
Releasing Date: 13 August 2020
Director David Koepp reunites with Kevin Bacon in a psychological thriller in which a couple tries to find a restful vacation on an isolated edge of the world. However, they soon discover that they have reckoned with some deep secrets. This terrifying, mind-twisting tale is sure to make you jump with a scare.
Releasing Date: 18 June 2020
From director Thomas Vinterberg, Mads Mikkelsen leads the movie in the main role. The movie is about four friends who are all high school teachers. They are out to test a theory that states that their lives will be improved if they maintain a definite level of alcohol in their blood.
Releasing Date: 27 August 2020
Based on the life of Aretha Franklin, the movie tells how she started her singing from her father’s church choir to becoming one of the most recognized voices of the nation. However, no path of success is easy and hers too had many hurdles to overcome.
Releasing Date: 25 December 2020
Joe accidentally ends up dead and he is determined to return back to his life. In order to achieve this, he teams up with a precocious soul named 22. As he tries to make 22 understand the need for life, he discovers the answers to the questions that he was seeking.
Releasing Date: November 20
Starring Gerard Butler, the movie tells the story of an ordinary family man who has a wonderful home in an upper-middle-class neighborhood and loves his wife and son. He soon comes to the realization that the fragments of a comet passing by are heading his way, while the government is denying any such claims. Now, it is up to him to save his family.
Releasing Date: August 14, 2020
Starring Academy Award winner Mark Rylance, Academy Award nominee Johnny Depp, Robert Pattinson, and Greta Scacchi, Waiting for the Barbarians is a movie adaptation of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature winning novel by J.M. Coetzee.
Releasing Date: August 7, 2020
Produced by none other than Selena Gomez, this romantic movie has the main character Lucy trying to mend a broken heart. However, things took an unexpected turn when she accidentally takes the wrong Lyft car ordered and ends up seeing someone special. The two eventually decide to work together on a project and it is obvious that they will develop a feeling for each other.
Releasing Date: July 17, 2020
A prequel to the two installments of Kingsmen movies, this one sheds light on more about how the secret service came into being. With another sequel confirmed Kingsmen franchise, this action-packed prequel is may hold some valuable easter eggs for the upcoming chapter of the franchise.
Releasing Date: September, 2020
Based on the real-life story of journalist Victor Malarek, the movie talks about how he was out investigating the “Operation Goliath” and finally getting a warning to not print anything related to the case. However, his investigates eventually lead to the unravelling on a twisted drug deal and in turn, saved the life of a man who was wrongfully sentenced for 100 years.
Releasing Date: July 24, 2020
An old abandoned fishing village is now the centre of certain scientific study on sharks. Following the disappearance of several people, these scientists are out to find out the reason behind it. They soon discover that a group of smart sharks have grown a liking for human flesh and are looking to hunt them down.
Releasing Date: August 25, 2020
Following the events of Train To Busan, this movie is more of a sequel to the zombie apocalyptic flick. Revolving around the same premise, the movie takes place after the event of the first part and has new characters in the lead hunting down the zombies.
Releasing Date: July, 2020
A daughter is out to find his mother who has disappeared in a very mysterious way. Surprisingly, she returns back under the same suspicious circumstances. As things begin to become clearer, it seems like an unseen evil has invaded their lives and destroy them once in for all.
Releasing date: July 10, 2020
A group of friends is on a road trip. They decide to rent an old house overlooking the ocean from a man who seemed to be friendly. They do drugs and party. Everything was fine until one of them finds a hidden camera in the bathroom. From there, the tension rises as the group looks to leave the place unharmed and resolve the problem that they have landed upon.
Releasing Date: June 18, 2020
The team behind the movie of Wedding Crashers is back and this time it is for a Netflix movie. Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams are playing the lead role as the Icelandic singing duo Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdottir. They represent their country in there at the Eurovision Song Contest, while nobody believes them to be any good.
Releasing date: June 26th, 2020
Even before the industry was taken over by the ‘woke’
We know the Wachowskis for their cult-classic work Matrix. However, before their big-budget outing, their debut movie was centered around lesbian romance and the major studios were not okay with the idea. Thus the siblings had to go with a $6 million budget this gem of an LGBTQ cinema.
Before Hollywood movie studios were open to talking about LGBTQ themes, movies like Boys Don’t Cry give audiences a glimpse of what was set for them. The movie is a dramatized adaptation of the real-life story of transman Brandon Teena, who was raped and killed by locals after realizing her biological gender.
An LGBTQ movie in the 70s may sound crazy and it is for this reason that this movie deserves to be on this list. The movie is an onscreen adaptation of Mart Crowley’s popular 1968 off-Broadway play. A remarkable trivia about this movie is that it was released one year after the Stonewall riots.
One of the most remarkable LGBTQ movies that came out in the last decade came, Brokeback Mountain had the Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in the lead. The actors play the role of two cowboys who are hired to tend the flock of sheep in Wyoming circa. The two end up developing feelings for each other even though they were married. What makes this movie different is that it showed Hollywood that homosexual romances can have the same intensity and depth as heterosexual relationships.
The latest addition to the list of mainstream LGBTQ movies of Hollywood, Call Me By Your Name is one of the most recognized movies on the list. This awards-season juggernaut is an adaptation of André Aciman’s novel by filmmaker Luca Guadinigno and tells the story about 17-year-old Elio who is on the verge of figuring out his sexuality, developing a crush for the twentysomething Oliver.
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Tom Hanks plays a violinist in this American remake of the French comedy The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe. He gets involved in the crossfire between two factions of the CIA and now everyone is out to watch his every move, bug his apartment, seduce him and even assassinate him.
Tom Hanks plays the role of the father of a nine-year-old kid with Asperger syndrome. In order to keep his son engaged, he creates quests for him around New York. The movie is a little sloppy and doesn’t have a strong script like that of Forrest Gump, the name brand of Tom Hanks and other popular cast members saved this movie from being a total trainwreck. Don’t get the idea that this 2011 movie is not worth seeing. There are many pleasant, feel-good moments in this movie that are worth your time.
When Brian De Palma decided to make a movie adaptation of Tom Wolfe’s bestseller, we did not expect it to be a top-to-bottom flop. If you are awestruck by Hanks’s performance onscreen, this movie is going to break your heart. It is super evident that he was a miscast in the movie as the Wall Street expert Sherman McCoy. However, the flick is worth a quick watch.
We are all familiar with the dramatic thespian Tom Hanks. This feature marks his first appearance in his change to such serious roles. Taking place on the World War II backdrop, this romance has Hanks as an American pilot flying in Britain’s Royal Air Force. He falls in love with a Spanish jew girl from a conservative family and from there it is a fight.
Directed by the man himself, this movie tells the story of a middle-aged man who gets fired from his big-box retailer job. Without a degree, he is left without many options for finding another job. So, he joins a community college and finds himself in the class of an attractive teacher who is stuck in an unhappy marriage.
A remake of the 1955 Ealing Studios’ classic, this movie directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, deserves a spot in this list because of Tom Hanks’ out of this world, cartoonish performance as the Southern scholar and criminal mastermind Professor Goldthwaite Higginson Dorr, PhD.
If you are looking to take a skip through the space-time continuum, then these movies are going to help you with that.
Time travel movies can be really be confusing at times. Take this movie for example. Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock are writing letters to each other and exchanges them through a mailbox. The only problem is that she is reading and writing the letter only two years apart from when he is reading and writing it. Will they be able to see each other finally?! Guess you will have to watch the movie to find that one out.
Harry Potter and time travel may sound mindblowing for the hardcore fans of the friendly wizard. In Prisoner of Azkaban that dream comes true. Through time travel is not the main plot of this adaptation, it serves as one of the major plot points in the movie. With the help of Hermione’s Time-Turner, Harry and his friends are out to save Sirius Black and a hippogriff.
Some might say that after watching Back To The Future, Francis Ford Coppola was so inspired that he made a rehash version of it, but for now, tells just list this us one of the most entertaining time travel movies in which Kathleen Turner travels back to the doo-wop era of the 1960s. Given the chance to relive her high school life again, will she be able to stop herself from doing the same mistakes all over again?
If you are talking about time-travel movies with a cult following, then nothing can top the charts like this one. With a goofy time-machine and some slack-jawed screen performances from Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves, this comedy had the actors as two teens who are off to find famous personalities in time so that they can escape from failing in history. The reasons you have for time travel!!
This one has a fan-base of its own. The central character Lola is told by her boyfriend that he lost a bag with 100,000 deutschemarks and if he doesn’t find it, his criminal boss will kill him. As Lola tries and fails each time, the 20-minute loop resets and she is left it try it again. If you thought that time-travel is confusing how about being stuck in a time loop?!!
Ladies and gentlemen, this is perhaps the craziest and most insanely funny time-travel movie you might have ever seen. John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke are on their way back to the 1980s, where they will set off some of the most rollercoaster events ever. And Guess what their time machine is: a ‘bathtub’.
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Directed by Joanna Hogg, this arthouse movie was a disaster at the box-office. The quite drama follows the central character of Edward as he gathers with his family after giving up on a job that could have him travel across the world. Depicting the character onscreen is Tom Hiddleston, in one of his best performances till the date. Watch the movie for how the directly brilliantly handled the laughable quirks of the English upper-middle class.
We all know the Wachowski siblings from the cult-classic Matrix movies. The directors are teaming up with Tom Tykwer for this adaptation of David Mitchell’s novel of the same name. The movie takes us through six stories taking place at different periods of time, staring a strong ensemble of actors including Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant, Doona Bae, and Halle Berry.
Here is a throwback to the ‘no-sex sex comedies’ of the late ’50s and ’60s. Starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, this movie is a fabulously entertaining piece of cinema that celebrates the innuendo-filled rom-coms of the past.
Comic fans may already be familiar with Judge Dredd series. Unfortunately, they might not even have heard about the commercially flopped movie version of the popular comics. You can say whatever you want about the movie, but it still stands as a wonderful watch. The movie follows Dredd and a rookie policewoman out to win a fight with a sadistic mob boss.
Directed by Andrew Dominik, the movie more of a follow up to his brutal revisionist Western, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. With a cast consisting of James Gandolfini, Ben Mendelsohn, and Ray Liotta, the movie has some brilliant screen performances and some impressively funny moments. If your fan of the hard-boiled ’70s crime novels, then this is the right pick for you.
Wilee is a bicycle delivery man who ends up being a part of a criminal conspiracy when he gets hold of a package that is tied up with the criminal world. Now, he has to somehow escape from the ruthless criminals before that find and kill him. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Michael Shannon, the movie had everything you need for a good adrenaline-pumping thriller.
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