Weekly Movie Recommendations #3

Planning on watching a film anytime soon? 

Here are 4 film recommendations that consist of different genres you should probably check out!

Heat (1995)

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Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

Runtime: 2h 50min

Heat tells the story of a group of professional thieves led by Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro) who starts to feel the heat from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist. 

Al Pacino also stars alongside Robert De Niro as Lt. Vincent Hanna, a menacing and determined lieutenant whose only goal is to imprison the group of thieves. Heat is a thrilling crime film and manages to keep its momentum despite a long runtime. 

Robert De Niro and Al Pacino shine in the lead roles, making the most out of Michael Mann’s excellent writing and direction. Heat is a must-see flick for all fans of the crime genre!

Juno (2007)

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Genre: Comedy, Drama 

Runtime: 1h 36min

Juno stars Elliot Page as Juno, an offbeat young woman who has to make a critical decision regarding her unborn child after being faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Juno is a heartfelt film and one that should be watched by everyone, especially teenagers. 

Juno’s strongest aspects lie in its storytelling and amazing performances all around. Besides Elliot Page, Juno stars Michael Cera, Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman, Alisson Janney and J.K. Simmons. 

It’s funny, dramatic and emotional! I am sure that Juno will be right at the top of your movie list when it comes to “Movies to Watch for Comfort”. Be sure to check out this flick if you haven’t already! 

Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)

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Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama 

Runtime: 1h 58min

Cal (Steve Carell) seeks to rediscover his manhood when his wife asks him for a divorce. Cal stumbles upon Jacob (Ryan Gosling), a confident young man who agrees to help him to gain back his manly mojo. 

Crazy, Stupid, Love. is hilarious! The cast is stacked, big names such as Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, and Emma Stone all give great performances in their respective roles. 

The film’s writing is particularly strong with clever hints of wit and comedy which will make viewers laugh for the entire runtime. Crazy, Stupid, Love. is rewatchable and it gets funnier every time you watch it!

The Invisible Man (2020)

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Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery, Sci-Fi

Runtime: 2h 4min

This was a pleasant surprise! The Invisible Man follows Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss), who receives the tragic news of her abusive ex-boyfriend’s suicide. After a series of coincidences, Cecilia notices that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see and begins to suspect it may just be her deceased lover. 

This 2020 film is a film which is brilliantly directed and written by Leigh Whannell. Leigh manages to surprise viewers with shocking twists and turns while still maintaining the film’s tone. 

The Invisible Man is a hard film to pull off, but thankfully Elisabeth Moss manages to make it believable. Her intentions and actions were excellently portrayed by Moss, making this her best performance up to this day. 

Do catch The Invisible Man as soon as possible!

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Aryan Singh
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