The Coronavirus pandemic has encouraged social distancing, isolation and quarantine. It has made people stay at home and avoid travel anywhere unless important. It isn’t easy to adjust at home when working and going out has become a part of our life. However, it is the need of an hour. So, here we have got a list of movies you can watch while it gets better outside:
1- For Heaven’s Sake (1926)
When you are in times of trouble, it’s always better to see movies with no troubles. J Harold LIoyd’s For Heaven’s Sake is a great option. The move will give a positive approach as with Lloyd while writing cheques for literally everything.
2- The Lady Eve (1941)
Henry Fonda’s Charles Pike in The Lady Eve, a brewery heir with nothing to worry about except being pursued by Barbara Stanwyck’s gold-digging dame.
The movie will help you forget all the worries and take away your anxiety at a single go.
3-Pillow Talk (1959)
The movie is so comforting, starring Doris Day as a career woman who can’t stand her playboy neighbor, who hogs their shared phone line. The film is such a pleasure because it raises a dramatic question whether the hero and heroine will get together?
So, enjoy the movie and forget your sorrows.
4- The Jungle Book (1967)
Many-a-times we all feel as if we’re children in need of some grown-up support, and who better to provide that than Baloo the Bear and Bagheera the Panther in The Jungle Book (1967)? The parents risk their lives to keep Mowgli safe even when they know he will leave them behind.
5- The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
It is a Bond movie with the perfect balance of believable danger and self-parodic escapism: as pleasing as it is when 007 gets the job done, you never seriously doubt that he will.
Bond movies are certainly comforting to Brits of a certain age because they bring back memories of flopping in front of the television on Christmas day.