Monthly Archives: March 2021

Must watch Movies for 2021

Hey Guys,

I have been so late doing these post but I have been so busy with work and a online course I was doing but I now have alot of free time then I did so I will be posting alot more than I did so had you can tell by the title today’s post is movies I have never watch that I am termined to watch before the year 2021 ends so without further or do let’s get on with the post.

1. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

Age Rating: PG

Genre: Romance, Comedy

I have decided to watch it this month as I have always to been recommended to watch this movie but I just haven’t decided to watch it until now I have heard it is a very funny movie and it is about a man proposing to a woman who accepts and has to learn how to tolerate her crazy family as well as getting baptised into the Greek Orthodox Church.

2. My Big Fat Greek Life (2003)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Romance, Comedy

I thought since I’m going to watch the first movie I would watch the continued storyline this is about when Toula and Thomas has come back from there honeymoon and Toula is trying to juggle her old family’s world value and her new world dreams.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Adventure and Drama

I decided to watch Marigold Hotel because I noticed that three of my favourite characters are in the movie and was curious to see how these three (Judi Dench, Celia Imrie and Bill Nightly.) would all be like in the same movie that is why it is the thrid movie I will be watching on the list.

4. Anna Karenina (2012)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Romance, Drama and Movie Adaptation.

I wanted to watch this movie because the trailer for it looks amazing and kiera knightly movies are always fantastic so when I saw shw was the main character I knew I had to watch it.

5. Hook (1991)

Age Rating: U

Genre: Adventure, kids and family and Romance

Peter pan is my absolute favourite movie when I was a child and even now when I saw a movie based on Peter pan has a adult I knew I had to watch it and find out why Peter pan decided he wanted to grow up when he was so determined to stay a child in neverland.

6. Before I fall (2017)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Emotional, Romance, Drama and Movie Adaptation

I have seen this novel all over book blogs, booktubers so when I saw the movie released I knew I had to see why it is so popular in the book blogging community and see if I should read the book straight after.

7. All The Bright Places (2020)

Age Rating: 15

Genre: Romance, Drama, Emotional, tearworthy moments and Movie Adaptation

My fellow friend and bookblogger Jenny or has some of you may know her Jennylovesbooks has been asking me for months to read this as this is her second favourite book but I noticed that it was in Netflix and decided that I will watch the movie and then read the book.

Five Feet Apart (2019)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Romance, Drama, Emotional, tearworthy moments

I was recommended this movie because it is a lot like the fault in our stars which is one of my favourite books and movies so I am looking forward to checking out this movie.

9. 50 First dates (2004)

I’ve been wanting to watch this last year but I was so busy with work and my online course which is now finished I didn’t have time to but now I officially can.

10. Crazy Rich Asians (2018)

Age Rating: 12

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Drama and Movie Adaptation

I am actually reading the novel once I have I’m going to watch the movie Adaptation.

Hope you have enjoyed my post let me know in the comments below if you have watched any of these films and what you thought of them (no spoiler please) also what top 10 movies are you watching In the year of 2021.

Happy Reading,