Looking for the best movies of 2021? Look no further! From thrilling heist flicks to heartwarming tales, this year’s films have it all. In “Army of Thieves,” we follow the daring adventures of a skilled safecracker as he joins a team of thieves in Europe. “The Starling” brings a heartfelt story of a couple trying to navigate their grief and healing process. “Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali” takes us through the legendary friendship between two icons of the civil rights movement. “Afterlife of the Party” is a fun and quirky tale of a young woman’s redemption in the afterlife. “Little Women” adaptation explores the lives of four sisters navigating womanhood in 19th-century New England.
Army of Thieves (2021)
A mysterious woman asks banker Dieter to join criminals wanted by Interpol. Sweeping him into a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead prequel. Together they will attempt to carry out a series of legendary and borderline heists across Europe.
The Starling (2021)
After Lilly (Melissa McCarthy) suffers a personal loss, she “fights” a territorial bird (the titular starling) for control of her garden. This unusual coping mechanism encourages her to heal relationships and rediscover the ability to love.
Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (2021)
Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali A docu-film that tells the extraordinary story behind the friendship and irrecoverable detachment. Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X, forging a brotherhood that will not only transform them, but also change the world. Through interviews with people close to the two legends, the film sheds new light. Malcolm X’s daughter Ilyasah Shabazz, Ali’s brother Rahman, and his two daughters Maryum and Hana are included. Cultural figures and knowledgeable people provide insights. The film reveals details about the meeting, bond, and final estrangement between the two due to their disagreement on Nation of Islam’s leadership. Inspired by the book “Blood Brothers” by Randy Roberts and Johnny Smith
Afterlife of the Party (2021)
A young socialite (Victoria Justice) ends up being the protagonist of the most sensational fiasco of her life: dying in the week of her birthday. To her great surprise, she discovers that she has another chance to make up for the mistakes she made on Earth, get closer to her loved ones, but above all prove that she deserves a place in the great … “VIP room” of the skies.
Little Women (2019)
Greta Gerwig’s Little Women was one of the best films of 2020. The director of Lady Bird has reinterpreted Louisa May Alcott’s novel with her own personal version. It is faithful to the literary work, yet more modern and innovative. Greta Gerwig’s Little Women presents the protagonists as adults grappling with their own lives from the outset. The story of the sisters’ childhood is presented through a series of flashbacks. Jo is busy with writing, Meg with marriage, Amy is studying painting in France with Aunt March, and Beth is seriously ill. Each of them is actively choosing which woman to be. The story is set in the late 1800s, and the ghost of marriage viewed as the only condition for survival looms over them.
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