Whether you need some entertainment for travelling or staying in, this list has got you covered.
This film focuses on how a low class family lives, aswell as how a high class family lives.
However, both families are intertwined with each other’s lives, creating deeper meanings and a true understanding of how one is perceived in the others’ eyes.
The title parasite has a great symbolic meaning in this film. The genre is a drama mystery and it attracts your attention from the very first minute.
Fun fact: This is the first South Korean film to win the Palm d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
2. Train to Busan
A father who is a workaholic decides at the last minute to take his young daughter to visit her mother on her birthday.
However, the train ride is like no other, since there is a zombie apocalypse on the rise. Will they make it to their destination safely?
Fun fact: When this film was released in 2016, the film broke the record of over 10 million theatregoers.
3. Nice Guys
Two private detectives team up together in order to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl.
However, the deeper they dive in to this case; the more twisted it gets. It is a dark comedy and it is meant to be in the year of 1977.
Fun fact: Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling are the main stars of this film.
This American psychological thriller really plays with your mind and makes you question what is real and what is not.
A family are on their way home from a thanksgiving dinner and decide to stop at a gas station. The child then gets into an accident, so they drive to a hospital to get her checked out.
However, the visit isn’t a short one and the father is caught in a psychological war with the staff at the hospital.
Fun Fact: Sam Worthington plays the lead role as the father.
5. When We First Met
This film is a sweet, romantic film that steers away from the cheesy plot.
A man uses a magic photo booth to travel back in time and try to change fate by trying to get a girl to fall in love with him.
Fun fact: There was a worldwide release of this film on Netflix in February 2018.