The popcorn is in the air, sweatpants are on, and the evening is your oyster. The next step is to choose which of the many amazing films available on movierulz4 you’ll watch tonight. There are plenty of classics to watch in your spare time, whether you’re seeking for romance, drama, or humour. After all, if the previous year and a half of being cooped up in our houses has taught us anything. It’s that there’s nothing like a movie to transport us to another world. These are modern masterpieces, the must-see films that millions of others are undoubtedly envious of you for seeing for the first time.
There are a couple that will take you outside your comfort zone, and introduce you to cultures and places you are unfamiliar with. This list may be lengthy, but FOMO is an inexhaustible source of anxiety.
Here is the list films that everyone should see
The Notebook (2004)
Ryan Gosling is a well-known actor. Rachel McAdams is a well-known actress. It’s tough to forget this on-screen kiss. The Notebook, written by Nicholas Sparks’ 1996 novel, is a must-see for all hopeless romantics. Who believe they’ll find their way back to their one true love someday. “It was far from over. It isn’t over yet!”
The Hate U Give (2018)
The Hate U offers stars Amandla Stenberg in an equally heartbreaking and eye-opening movies about Starr (Stenberg), who is trapped between two worlds: the prep school she attends, which reeks of white privilege, and the mostly Black neighbourhood where she lives, which has been harmed by police brutality. It’s based on Angie Thomas’ 2017 novel of the same name.
DilwaleDulahnia Le Jayenge (1995)
The world’s longest-running Hindi film (it’s been 25 years!) is an incredible joy. The Bollywood rom-com about two young star-crossed lovers who fell in love over their parents’ disapproval won ten Filmfare Awards. Equivalent India’s of the Academy Award—and forever changed the game.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
Every child in high school wished for a day off like Ferris Bueller’s, and to be honest, I still want for one as an adult. Come for the amusing antics of each character, and stay for the inevitable parallels between Alan Ruck’s Cameron Frye and his current character on Succession, Connor Roy.
A four-person unemployed family intrudes into the lives of the eccentric rich Park family. Then there’s the incident that can’t be cleaned up completely in a cleaning shift. You’ll be debating the finale and pondering the tough, vital subjects long after the credits have rolled.
Is there anything else we can say? If you haven’t seen Titanic yet (don’t say it out loud), do yourself a favour and watch it on Hulu right now. You can also check best movies on Org Movies.
The Parent Trap (1998)
The Parent Trap, the film that made every little girl dream of finding a long-lost twin, is much better to watch as an adult (Meredith is how old!?!).