We are all spending more time at home watching movies because of the Coronavirus. Below are a few recommendations for you to check out when you are done with schoolwork or need a mindbreak. I have watched them. They are good!
I'm thinking of ending things
I'm thinking of ending things, released Sept. 4, is a thriller/horror movie based on a book. Full of misgivings, a young woman travels with her new boyfriend to his parents' secluded farm.
Chicago 7 was released Sept. 25. This movie is based on the 1969 trial of seven defendants charged by the federal government with conspiracy and more, arising from the countercultural protests in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The trial changed the nation and sparked a conversation about mayhem intended to undermine the U.S. government
The Laundromat was released Sept. 27, 2019. It is a comedy-drama. When her vacation takes an unthinkable turn, Ellen Martin begins investigating a fake insurance policy.
#Alive was released Sept. 8. It is a horror/drama. #Alive is a movie that deals with a rapidly spreading infection that leaves one survivor in the entire city.
(rated: not rated)
The Christmas Chronicles 2
The Christmas Chronicles 2 was released Nov. 18. The movie is about a teenager named Kate Pierce who is reunited with Santa Claus when a troublemaker threatens to cancel Christmas...forever.
Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square
Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square was released Nov. 22. This Christmas movie, featuring well known country singer Dolly Parton, is about a woman who plans to sell a small town without regard for the people who live there. The woman receives a visit from an angel.
(rated PG )
The Social Dilemma
The Social Dilemma was released Jan. 26. The Social Dilemma is a documentary based on tech experts who sound the alarm on the dangerous human impact of social networking.
Marriage Story was released Nov. 15, 2019. This movie is about a stage director and his actor wife who struggle through a grueling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal and creative extremes.