Last Updated on October 6, 2021 by
Here are some great and most interesting movies that we recommend that you watch if you haven’t already.
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
Well, you read right. Now Batman and Superman will fight each other. Quite illogical really but if you are DC Comics-read it is perfectly natural. It can be epic. It can be a flat fall. But no matter what we have to see, the leather patch against the Superman as well.
The Jungle Book
Finally a feature film of Kipling’s Jungle Book. It looks incredibly well done and I think this can be a really fantastic bio adventure. Scarlett Johansson, Idris Elba, and Bill Murray make some of the votes.
Here we hang out in the ’80s and may continue to follow our favorite mutants played by Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, and Michael Fassbender. But, beware, now their contract expires so maybe this is the last movie for them?
Independence Day: Resurgence
Again: yes, you read right. Independence Day is here again, this time without Will Smith. 20 years after the aliens tried to exterminate us, they are now back. If the film can even be a few percents as bombastically fantastic as the first one, we have a bell blockbuster to look forward to.
The Legend of Tarzan
Alexander Skarsgård as Tarzan – need we say more?
We’re talking about Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. Together, they save the world (or, well, Manhattan) from the ghosts. The original busts Bill and Dan also show up as themselves, lovely!
Jason Bourne, welcome back! Matt Damon said he was done with this role but just like we have he longed too !? Much more than that you don’t know right now anymore that Alicia Vikander also has a role in the film, and that Julia Stiles and director Paul Greengrass are also back. Feels like a given success!
Has it not taken Pixar a long time to come up with a sequel to the mega success Find Nemo? Thirteen years later, we once again get the pleasure of hanging out a little more with the fishermen and animals underwater, with the glorious and forgetful Doris at the forefront. But, she begins to remember, at last and goes in search of her forgotten family.