Best 2020/2021 Movies You Shouldn’t Miss Seeing



Are you a movie lover?
Adventure? Horror? Historical? Sci-fi? Romance? Actions? Etc.
How many movies have you seen so far this year?
How many have you really enjoyed and would give in anything to watch again?
You might have watched many but I bet you haven’t seen this ones yet.
After watching these movies am going to post, you’ll sure come back to thank me.

I am going to post 5 movies each in 4 categories. Some of these movies have been rated by Forbes as the best.

1.No Man’s Land

The adventure of No Man’s Land is that of the chase—a western-inspired boarder crossing. Here the road isn’t toward escape, but redemption.

2. Black Widow

Marvel is usually a safe adventure bet, and Black Widow looks to be more of the independent character journey film than its most recent star-stuffed offerings.

3. Nomadland

Nomadland features adventure more quotidian and primal. It tells the story of a woman traveling west after suffering economic loss. It’s the kind of adventure that makes another world out of the one we already live in.

4. Free Guy

The adventure genre is all about stumbling into new worlds, or, in the case of Free Guy, discovering the one you’re in is actually an open-world video game. And you are an NPC.

5. Jungle Cruise

Frank, a riverboat guide, has spent many of his years sending tourists down a river so that they can see many of the sights that lay about. However, Frank soon changes his ambitions from just being a guide when he teams up with Lily Houghton, a woman looking to solve mysteries that can lead both of them to great knowledge and riches. However, both of them will run into trouble on their journey that could lead them to death.

1. The Dark and the Wicked

Two distant siblings come home to their family farm when they’re informed their father is gravely ill. Upon arrival, they discover the farm is beset by evil forces, forces that desperately want their father’s soul.

2. The Virgil

A young man spends a scary night fulfilling a ritualistic vigil over a dead body.

3. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’

The third film in the Conjuring franchise focuses on a murder suspect who becomes the first person to claim demonic possession as their defense in court.

4. Underwater

Underwater sees Norah Price (Kristen Stewart in one of her finest performances), a mechanical engineer, in a research and drilling facility at the bottom of the Mariana Trench—a facility that suffers an earthquake that shatters barriers and starts the facility flooding.

5. The Invisible Man

This film starts with Cecilia Kass fleeing her sleeping partner, wealthy optics engineer Adrian Griffin. It’s clear from moment one she’s terrified, but she’s startled by news that Adrian, apparently distraught, committed suicide (and has evidently left her a fortune).

1. Chemical Hearts

Based on the novel Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland, this is a coming of age romance that might make you shed a tear or two. When Henry Page (Abrams) meets new student Grace Town (Reinhart), he starts to fall for her and hard. Little does he know she’s hiding a secret that could change everything.

2. Carol

In this stirring queer romance set in the 1950s, a glamorous older socialite (Cate Blanchett) and an aspiring young photographer (Rooney Mara) strike up a clandestine romance with scandalous consequences. Atmospheric, visually stunning, and vibrating with sexual tension, Carol is a heartbreaking story of forbidden love.

3. My Week With Marilyn

When Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne) lands a gig as a production assistant on The Prince and the Showgirl, he quickly falls under the spell of newly-married megastar Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams), who is plagued by self-doubt, but eager to gain respectability and prestige.

4. Moonlight

In this Best Picture winner directed by Barry Jenkins, we meet an unforgettable young man named Chiron, who grew up Black, poor, and queer in a rough Miami neighborhood. Chiron’s tumultuous journey to manhood is underpinned by a slow-burning romance with a classmate, who comes back into his adult life years later in a sweeping story of love and longing.

5. Runaway Bride

To echo all the sentiments above, it’s Julia. You can’t go wrong. But a decade or so after Mystic Pizza, she became Maggie Carpenter: a woman who is lucky enough in love… just not so lucky that she’s able to seal the deal with a marriage.

1. Blooshshot

With F9, the next chapter in the NOS-powered Fast and Furious saga, pushed to 2021 because of the outbreak of the coronavirus, Vin Diesel fans will have to make due with Bloodshot, a frenzied adaptation of a popular Valiant Comics title first published in the ’90s. Like many non-Fast thrillers from Diesel, the results are a mixed bag, emphasizing the star’s muscular frame, gravely voice, and no-nonsense attitude while failing to fully activate his oddball charisma.

2. Rogue City

On a narrative level, Rouge City, a po-faced cops vs. gangsters saga set in the French port city of Marseille, feels like a 10 episode television season crammed into two hours. As the body count rises, new characters keep getting introduced, old adversaries circle each other, and the cycle of violence perpetuates itself with each grim turn of the plot. (The film even opens with a jarring act of brutality and then flashes backwards in time, like a TV pilot attempting to grab you by the scruff of the neck.)

3. The Old Guard

After battling her way through an apocalyptic desert wasteland in Mad Max: Fury Road, punching her way through Berlin in Atomic Blonde, and tangling in the sky with the Fast and Furious crew, Charlize Theron gets her own superhero franchise with this curious adaptation of Greg Rucka’s comic series focussed on a rag-tag group un-killable mercenaries.

4. Army of The Dead

During a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a man assembles a group of mercenaries to take the ultimate gamble: venturing into the quarantined zone to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted.

5. Legacy of Lies

Legacy Of Lies is a English movie released on 2 Apr, 2021. The movie is directed by Adrian Bol and featured Scott Adkins, Anna Butkevich, Yuliia Sobol and Honor Kneafsey as lead characters.

All these movies can be searched and downloaded on the net.
They are all available online.