5 movies to binge-watch this weekend - List 1



We have realized that all of us want to watch good content but it takes a lot of time to unearth those rare gem of a movies. This is an endeavor from our side to help you sail past every weekend enjoying the movies that you spend 2.5 hrs on. You need not fall back on Friends always if you don't have anything to watch.


The Intern


Streaming on Prime Video. Intern is a simple yet elegant story of a septuagenarian Robert De Niro joining as an intern at Anne Hathaway's clothing startup. It charts a journey and relationship between the both of them that you will not want to end. It proves the fact that experience never goes out of fashion.


Train to Busan


Streaming on Netflix. Train to Busan is a rare thriller that blends human emotions and zombies in equal measures. Following a virus outbreak a train of passengers have to reach their final destination fighting off the deadly zombies. Believe me, each and every scene feels like climax. An edge of the seat Korean thriller that will get your adrenaline pumping.


Nil Battey Sannata


Streaming on Jio cinema. Nil Battey Sannata is the story of a maid servant mother taking some extra ordinarily brave steps at her age to teach her ambition less daughter the value of education and the respect that it earns in society. Directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, it is a tribute to all the hard working mother's across the world who just want a better future for their children.


Needi Naadi Oke Katha


Streaming on Jio cinema. This Telugu movie is neither a success story nor a failure story. It is the story of a young man who tries his level best to succeed but failure is what he lands up in every single time. It reasonates with the millions of youth who are happy and content without any ambitions doing their own small little job to feed their stomachs. The father and son track will give you some hard hitting lessons for sure.


Umamaheswara Ugraroopasya


Streaming on Netflix. This movie is an official remake of the Malayalam hit movie Maheshinte Prathikaram starring Faahad Faasil. While most thought that it would be a concern to remake classics, Venkatesh Maha shines throughout the movie with his own little scene additions and magical screenplay touches. It shows the journey of a calm Uma Mahesh breaking into his Ugraroopam to take revenge. Read the full review http://bit.ly/UMURCT here . It's beautiful and a welcome change in Telugu film industry.


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