By Kyleigh Barao, Sports Editor
Starring Sandra Bullock, Birdbox is an action packed dystopian movie based off of the book by Josh Malerman. In this world, there are creatures that threaten the survival of humanity, and Mallory (Sandra Bullock), is forced to survive for both herself, and the child she carries.
2. Black Mirror's Bandersnatch
Interactivity meets streaming in this movie from Netflix’s hit show, “Black Mirror.” It's a choose your own adventure path, and asks the viewer to choose what actions the main character takes. The list of the choices ultimately decides how the movie ends, with several different endings available.
3. To All The Boys I've Loved Before
After the love letters she wrote as a child to all the boys she’s had crushes on got sent out, Lara Jean is stuck to deal with the aftermath getting in the way of her love life, or possibly saving it. Starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo.
4. The Incredibles 2
If you loved The Incredibles back in 2004 , then you’re bound to love watching the long anticipated sequel. See the revival of our favorite family of superheroes as they have to save the day yet again.
Based off the best-selling book “After,” written by Anna Todd, the movie version does not disappoint. The movie follows young college freshman Tessa Young, (Josephine Langford), as she unexpectadly falls for the bad boy on campus.
1. Frozen 2
Because of COVID-19, Disney decided to release this long anticipated sequel early. This family movie features a new magical place for Elsa and Anna. So follow along while they uncover the spirits and history that this new place has to offer along side their lovable sidekick Olaf.
2. The Avengers Movie
Thanks to Disney+, the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe is at our finger tips. The first of many movies of the Avengers assembling is action packed and a thrill until the very end. Watch how our favorite Avengers came together to help save the world for the first time.
This new movie, based off of the children’s book by Jerry Spinelli, debuted on Disney Plus in 2020. It follows Leo and his journey of meeting the new girl at school, named Stargirl, and how differently she lives her life than others. It explores themes like non-conformity and the excitement of a first love. Starring Grace Vanderwaal as Stargirl.
A live version adaptation of the classic Disney move that brings a whole new joy and perspective to a classic tale. This live version stars Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine, and Will Smith as the Genie.
5. The Last Song
Starring Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, this movie is based off the Nicholas Sparks novel “The Last Song”. This movie is an adorable love story with a tragic ending. The perfect thing to watch if you want to get “in your feels.”
1. MIB International
This Spin-off of the already well-known Men In Black series stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Here the agents have to stop the alien invasion of a parasitic race to save the world.
Starring Himesh Patel, this movie centers a struggling musician who happens to get in an accident, and upon waking up finds that he is the only person to remember the band The Beatles. He then begins to take credit for The Beatles songs and becomes famous for them
3. Detective Pikachu
In a world where Pokémon live alongside humans, this movie follows Tim’s journey of discovering what happened to his missing father. With the help of his father Pikachu, he learns to accept Pokémon and ultimately save the entire city.
4. Long Shot
Seth Rogen stars as a journalist trying to get a date with his childhood crush, who grew up to become one of the most influential people in the world, and is also running for President.
5. Lego Movie 2
This sequel takes place five years after the first movie, and everything is no longer awesome. Bircksburg is now known as apocalypseburg after Lego Duplo invaders from outer space threaten the lives of the lego citizens, who cannot rebuild the wreckage fast enough.