We all are substantially panic due to COVID-19; there are not too many benefits exist that we can get in this situation. But if you are getting bored in your home, then there is a great thing that you can do to control your boredom, Guess what? It’s a great time to watch all the awesome movies.
We all enclosed in our homes in this panic situation. That’s why there is a need to be careful about what we are feeding to our souls. There is no need to intensify the feeling of guilt or alienation.
That’s why here we have compiled a collection of 10 awesome movies that mainly focus on faith, inspiration, and the importance of having faith in this hard time. Enjoy!
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018)
(2018, PG-2013) The documentary discusses Fred Rogers ‘life and history in the vicinity of Mister Rogers. Fred Rogers had a revolutionary influence as he tried to send a message with every series.
It focuses on the invitation to be linked and the unbelievable effect that can be generous. This lovely film scored 98% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019)
Chiwetel Ejiofor (2019, Unrated) is the star of this incredible true story in his debut role as Director. William Kamkwamba is a student from a family of farmers living in the village of Wimbe. The dryness in his village is causing starvation, leading to chaos, unrest, and robbery.
William bravely thinks he can create an electrical hydro pump to save his family and his nation, but he must overcome terrible barriers. An 86% score gained by this film by Rotten Tomatoes.
(2019, PG) Aryn-Wright Thompson (Hannah Scott), Shari Rigby (Amy Harrison), and Alex Kendrick (Coach Harrison), is the best yet movie of the Kendrick Brothers. Trainer Harrison is getting a few hard news that the track team he now has to train is only one girl due to the factory shutdown in his area. She’s got asthma.
Coach Harrison’s family believes not just in Hannah but in it, and everyone knows their faith in Christ together: that they are triumphant regardless of what.
Mara Wormwood, a smart and lovely girl, rejected by her family for being such a different girl, is this movie adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic heroine. (1996, PG) The horrific Ms. Trunchbull is even crueler as her school chief.
She can protect her colleagues and favorite teacher, Ms. Honey, from the terrors of a director as she discovers the power to move things with her mind and understands the magician of compassion. The 90% score gained by the Rotten Tomatoes to this film.
School of Rock (2003)
(PG-13, 2003) The band has been thrown out by Dewey, played by Jack Black, who is a robust yet godless guitar player. In desperate need of jobs, he is a substitute professor of music at a prestigious private school.
When he puts his students at ease, they start to be liberated from the strict way that they were born. In a show of unity and victory, they get together. Rotten Tomatoes provided this movie 91%.
Inside Out (2015)
(2015, PG) The allegory of human emotions is inside out funny. When their parents move their family to San Francisco, Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) turned upside-down.
Inside her head, we find happiness, sadness, terror, rage, and disgust, characters that take us on a journey to this traumatic event and remind us what humanity means. The score by Rotten Tomatoes was 98 percent.
Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) and Videogame misfits Ralph (John C. Reilly), have to navigate the World Wide Web to find a fix for Vanellope’s game.
(2018, PG) They find their way through Bravery and teamwork with internet “netizens.” Rotten Tomatoes makes it 88 percent fun, optimistic, and child-friendly.
Big Fish (2003)
(2003, PG-13) Edward Bloom has led a grand life (played by Albert Finney) but is nearing its end.
Despite their falling out, his son William (Billy Crudup) visits him on his deathbed. Wiliam’s dad also tells fetching tales about his life (such as the time he plays fetch with a wolf to save him from being shot with a silver bullet).
But when he spends more time with his dad and starts studying his storylines, the man behind the stories begins to understand. The IMDB provides it with an 8/10 rating.
Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
Constance Wu (Rachel) and Henry Golding (Nick) show what true love means: to love someone they are for rather than their status-and to make sacrifices for them. (2006-2018, PG-13) Rachel can say yes to the invitation of her long-time boyfriend to take part in the Singapore-back marriage of a friend.
She knows little that Nick is a prince because his family is so wealthy and powerful. Their relationship is checked by the jealousy, coercion, and utter rejection of Nick’s mother. It was 91% given by Rotten Tomatoes.
Hidden Figures (2016)
Octavia Spencer stars again in a beautiful true story alongside Taraji P. Henson and Janelle Monáe. (2016, PG) Three talented NASA mathematicians were discriminated against as women and blacks in the 1960s. Their intellect, guidance, and persistence allow them to grow in their careers, leading them in one of the most successful space exploration engineering achievements.
Rotten tomatoes were provided this movie with 93 percent.
I wouldn’t recommend that you look at all 10 of these movies in one place, but if you did, I could guarantee that you would have more hope for the world around you. Watch these movies on some days and spend the rest of the time with your loved one’s family members.