The debate over the song of the summer may continue to rage (it's "Jaja Ding Dong", don't be ridiculous,) but the early frontrunner for movie of the summer is obvious: Netflix's Eurovision: The Story of Fire Saga. Directed by Wedding Crashers helmer David Dobkin and starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams as an Icelandic duo determined to take home the prize at the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It's not just a trending hit that's holding tight to Netflix's Top 10 list, it's an absolutely...
An Iowan farmer, a duo of bargain hunters, and a modern Arthurian legend star in some of the best movies to watch this summer if you're pining for baseball.
American Made, Iron Eagle, and more.
"This story is about an Asian family that is rooted in love. That's what gives it its heart."
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What better way to escape from today's madness than to watch a film about an entirely different kind of disaster: a humanity-destroying comet? If we were living in the pre-pandemic olden days of last summer, Greenland would already be in theaters (originally scheduled for release June 12th), surely marketed as a blockbuster. Starring Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin, the big budget movie was rescheduled for July 31 due to, of course, the Covid-19 shutdowns. Then it was again rescheduled for its...
I Lost My Body, Coco, and more.
*crosses fingers for something good*
If you’re practicing social distancing or are maybe under self-quarantine, you’re no doubt watching a lot of things. After all, there’s nothing better to take your mind off the news or uncertainty than disappearing into a great story. But there are only so many episodes of The Office to watch on Netflix. If you want a real project, how about a full-on movie marathon? Franchises have been king for decades, but it’s rare to find a movie franchise with a high average of good-to-great movies. Yes...
Andrew Hildreth is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers and a watch consultant to Christie's and Christie's Education.