Best Movies 2021 So Far: These Are The Most Remarkable & Finest Movies Of 2021!

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It’s a general verdict that 2021 has done well enough (certainly better than 2020!) in the movie industry. Series like F9, Godzilla vs. Kong, and Black Widow served as wish fulfillment for a mind-blowing blockbuster on the Box Office. But besides these hits, which other creations were successful in captivating the audience? The Oscars certainly offer us a glimpse into the world of best movies 2021 that not only impresses the audience but the critics too! 2021 started with the masterpieces like Nomadland, Judas and the Black Messiah, and Minari. Through these artworks, we were introduced to new perspectives and the evolving capacity of cinema. Whereas on the contrary, we also watched utter entertainment through I Care a Lot. Scroll down and find the best US releases of the year so far.

Best Movies 2021 So Far

I Care a Lot

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Starring Rosamund Pike, ‘I Care a Lot’ revolves around her character named Marla Grayson. Marla introduces the movie theme cleverly by quoting, “I am someone who cares.” She is playing the role of a crooked legal guardian who cons older adults for her living. The movie shifts the spotlight on the legal guardian system prevailing in the US and its shady side. With an efficient plot execution and a shady female protagonist who ends up dealing with crime lords, ‘I Care a Lot’ is an ultimate entertainment treat.

The Mitchells vs. the Machines

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Animated Features are undoubtedly one of the most impressive skills of producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. Despite not meeting the perfection level of movies like Into The Spiderverse, The Mitchells vs. The Machines still bags a spot in the best movie list of 2021. The movie attains the touch of an indie aesthetic, courtesy of debut director Mike Rianda. Ignoring the cliches, the Rick Mitchell special offers you a heady combination of charm and wit.

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Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar

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Barb and Star is the movie to watch if you want to enjoy the sunny beach atmosphere without actually leaving your house. The Bridesmaid’s writers and lead cast, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, have reconciled to recreate the charisma with Barb and Star. The plot follows both middle-aged women enjoying their vacation with the handsome Jamie Dornan. So without any further ado, you can sit down to watch it. Thrilling fun, entertainment, and comedy are guaranteed!

Fear Street: 1994/ 1978/ 1666

Fear Street: 1994/ 1978/ 1666
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Fear Street effortlessly delivers more than expectations to the audience. The trilogy is inspired by the R.L. Stine series of the same name. With this trilogy, R.L. Stine progresses from kids to slasher teens dealing with severe issues like heartbreak and nail-biting horror. However, a few scenes become too explicit with sexual stuff but ignore that aspect; Fear Street is an edgy, intriguing, and thrilling journey to witness and go upon.

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In The Heights

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Although Musical Movie Adaptations aren’t the best to watch these days, In The Heights is an exception. With the debut of Lin Manuel Miranda in production, In The Heights follows the excellent cast living life in Washington Heights bodega. In addition to love, drama, intrigue, and loss.

No Sudden Move

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Starring talented individuals like Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, David Harbour, and Brendan Fraser, No Sudden Move classifies as an American period crime thriller film. No words are needed to convey that you will not be able to leave your seat until the very end. 

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CODA

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CODA, as you would know, stands for Child of Deaf Adults. This is who the movie is precisely about. To be more exact, the protagonist is a teenage girl named Ruby with deaf parents. The struggles faced by the family as a whole and individually will leave you bawling your eyes out. The soundtrack is one of the best aspects of the movie. Writer and director Sian Heder beautifully portray the magical capability of music to connect with other’s emotions. The songs used in the movie may be heard by you before. But hearing them in this movie will make you feel like you were listening to them all wrong until now.

Gunpowder Milkshake

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The cast, including Michelle Yeoh, Carla Gugino, Angela Bassett, and Lena Headey, is more than enough to lure the audience in. The action thriller portrays a considerable amount of violence. So beware, people! Our protagonist is none other than Karen Gillian, Sam in the movie, who has a lot of experience being a badass fighter. Credits to Martha of Jumanji and Nebula of Avengers. Sam, the dangerous assassin, entangles herself in a mission of protecting a young 8-year old from a cruel crime syndicate. Because of this, she reunites with her old associates. With that said, the rest of the journey is yours to witness.

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The Little Things

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The movie revolves around our protagonists named Joe “Deke” Deacon (Washington) and detective Jimmy Baxter (Malek). Deke happens to be a former deputy sheriff. The latest murder and its similarity with a pending case trigger Deke to join forces with Baxter. This is how the suspenseful investigation begins. An intriguing dynamic is set up between the two characters and exceeds the expectations. Baxter’s professional sincerity is a captivating contrast to Deke’s brooding personality. Sparma adds an adrenaline rush to the moments with his vicious stare. 

Nomadland

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Nomadland follows the female protagonist named Frances McDormand. Intending to explore the American West, she sets her foot out from her home to travel. An interesting fact about the movie is that the supporting cast is genuinely real-life nomads. Such elements of this movie explain why Nomadland has effortlessly bagged awards at film festivals and the Oscars. Chloé Zhao has contributed her best through direction, editing, and writing this masterpiece.

Minari

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Minari witnesses Steven Yeun as a South Korean immigrant attempting to execute his life in the rural America of the 1980s. Youn-Yuh Jung went on to win the best-supporting actress award at the scars, which was undoubtedly a deserving victory.

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A Quiet Place Part II

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The movie is a sequel witnessing the Abbot family extend their journey further into a world filled with blind aliens who possess empathetic hearing. It explains why the movie becomes almost silent. Starring Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy, along with the writing and direction from John Krasinski, the movie is worth watching for its edgy combination of suspense and horror.

Judas and the Black Messiah

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The plot is set in the black panther chapter of Illinois in Fred Hamptons’ Life. Fred Hampton (Kaluuya) is an intriguing character to follow, in addition to Lakeith Stanfield, who happens to be an FBI undercover agent aiming to invade the party. Being a biopic, the movie is rightly captivating, suspenseful, and grilling with multiple themes throughout. This is why Juda and the Black Messiah won Kaluuya the award for Best Supporting Actor.

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