Among some of the blockbusters, there are quite a few that can exceed our expectations. That is why we have come up with a list of Must-Watch movies that became commercially successful and accomplished in building an emotional bond with the viewers.
The fabulous Woody Allen regularly resumes releasing one movie a year. This time it is a story from the 1930s. A young man (Jesse Eisenberg) is attempting to win Hollywood. He falls in love and falls into the middle of the high life. One can effortlessly acknowledge Woody Allen’s signature style: a little bit of humor, a sophisticated movie, a tad bit of sentiment, and lyrical, musical production.
The Nice Guys
In the era of 1970s. Licensed PI Holland March and not-so licensed private eye Jackson Healey have to combine their efforts to solve a missing girl’s case. Despite this, they surprisingly get entangled in something that looks like the crime of the century.
This movie has some exceptional points: the secretive ambiance, the excellent Crowe-Gosling duo, a fine sense of humor, and an entertaining storyline. There’s no skepticism that this criminal comedy was one of the best movies of 2016, and it is surely worth watching.
Swiss Army Man
The hero of the movie, Hank, discovers himself on an empty island. He is losing the faith of getting away when abruptly, luck smiles at him, and he sees the body of a young man by the name of Manny. Manny supports Hank to survive and win his life back.
Based on real incidents, this is the story of the great African-American athlete Jesse Owens, whose unbelievable determination brought him to the world stage of the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Berlin. Despite difficulties, the man survived to prove that sport was more important than any prejudice to the whole world. With his noble example, he dared the most terrible administration of the last century. A sports drama that will leave no one unmoved.
A Man Called Ove
The final spot in our Must-Watch movies list is is acquired by this film which is a big Swedish blockbuster, based on the best-selling book, and it has been watched by nearly 20% of the country’s total population. Ove is an old nerd, a grumbler, and merely a bore who rigidly follows every rule and pushes everyone around to accompany his example. In actuality, he misses his late wife hopelessly and aches to meet her in Heaven. But how can he commit suicide if a loud foreign family resides near his house?