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Little Women (2019)
The classic book has been made into countless remakes. But this one offers up the most modern and nuanced take of four sisters growing up in a male-dominated world, looking for love and financial security. Greta Gerwig’s latest also does something I thought was impossible: She makes Amy, who sometimes comes off as the villain of the book, smart, sensible, and relatable.
3. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)
‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch‘ has an actual runtime of 1 hour 30 minutes but that’s only if you select the most ideal option in this “choose your own adventure” Netflix release. But on average, if you put yourself through almost all the choices presented, it can take you up to 5 hours and 2 minutes to complete the entire film. That’s a really long runtime and goes way beyond the 2-hour norm! But is the time investment worth it? You can judge this for yourself after watching it.
The film is about a young boy who starts designing a game based on a book known as Bandersnatch. The text presents the reader with various choices, and with each selection the reader makes, it leads him/her to a new alternate reality. The boy aims to do the same with his game and even gets the approval of a famous gaming company. But as the ball starts to roll a little further, we as viewers are allowed to make decisions on behalf of the protagonist while he acts confused about how he is being controlled by a third party.
13. Dangal (2016)
Starring Aamir Khan, ‘Dangal’ is a biopic that revolves around the lives of two sensational Indian female wrestlers, Geeta and Babita Phogat. It chronicles how their father’s influence led them to success in the Commonwealth Games of 2010. With a runtime of 2 hours 49 minutes, this Bollywood film is definitely quite engaging. The film will keep you interested throughout and the intense training scenes will surely inspire. ‘Dangal’ is one of the best sports films made in Bollywood and will remain with you long after you’re done watching it. It also empowers women in sports and gives us an insight into the family’s dynamic. This biopic proves that it does not matter who you are or where you come from. If you work hard under the guidance of a great mentor, anything is possible.
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King Richard (2021)
This heartwarming biopic tells the story of “King Richard” Williams, the father of superstars Venus and Serena, who coached his daughters to become tennis champions at a time the sport was still mostly white. (It’s also produced by the star sisters themselves.)