2020 has been both an indelible and forgettable year. Our lives have been, one way or another, affected by the pandemic and its consequences. As we look forward to 2021, what happened last year can hopefully shed light on the future and what it holds for us. For film enthusiasts, we’ve gathered some upcoming movies you can watch this year.
Dr. Martin Luther King a Baptist member and a social activist who in the 1950s led the civil rights movement in the United States. An American hero who then went on to win a Nobel prize. In this documentary, you will be able to see the detailed account of the FBI surveillance that tried to escape King’s activism in the ‘50s and ‘60s, fueled by racism and red-baiting. MLK/FBI addresses the legacy of the former, the dark history of the leadoff, and the ugly collision.
Premiere on 15th January 2021
2. One Night in Miami
Four surpassing the ordinary men, sitting in a room joking about their past together, heated arguments about politics, religion, and careers lash out with no boundaries, leading to making plans for the future. Super entertaining and mind-stimulating performances by lead actors Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Muhammad Ali, and Leslie Odom Jr.
Premiere on 15th January 2021 exclusively on Amazon Prime
A Korean family lured by the American dream, lead actor Steven Yeun wants to start his own farm, with complex issues arising making it both predictable and unanticipated. With a touch of comedy from a hilarious grandma. Love remains constant and it shows the tenderness between the family. Giving you a rush of emotions altogether. Smiling and laughing with a drop of a tear.
Premiere on 12th February 2021
A fan of John Wick or Better Call Saul? Sometimes the man you don’t notice is the danger of them all. An underestimated husband and dad that is overlooked taking life’s indignities on the chin and never pushing back. A nobody. When two burglars break into his home one night, He refuses to defend himself or his family, hoping it would prevent any serious violence. His teenage son and his wife are disappointed with him. This incident further leads to him becoming someone filled with rage propelling him to walk on a brutal path to save his family so that he is never underestimated again.
Premiere on 26th February 2021
5. Coming 2 America
Prince Akeem and his best friend are visiting America again after 30 years but this time they are not searching for the queen but for a prince who is out there in the city of Queens. Filled with gold comedy hilariously played by Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall.
Premiere on 5th March 2021 exclusively on Amazon Prime
6. A Quiet Place Part II
Forced to venture into the unknown Evelyn and her family are on the move to find a safe place to hide from sound sensitive creatures who are on the mission to destroy humanity. Survival is impossible but Evelyn is brave and tries to save as many as she can even though she may not want to.
Premiere on 23rd April 2021
7. Last Night in Soho
A movie to get us psyched, filled with thriller and time traveling psychological horror based in the 1960s. Led by a famous cast which includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, and Matt Smith.
Premiere on 23rd April 2021
8. Fast & Furious 9
All of us are familiar with the Fast and Furious movies, it portrays family and friendships through difficult times. Dom is played by the famously known Vin Diesel, an assassin, a talented thief and driver who is against his Brother Jakob (John Cena) This time, the threat for Dom to confront the sins of his past to save his family who are in danger. His crew ensemble to stop a shattering plot led by the most skilled assassin : a man who turns out to be Dom’s forsaken brother, Jako.
Premiere on 28th May 2021
Luca will live an unforgettable summer with his best friend who he met in that place. However, beneath that appearance of an ordinary young man hides a monster that belongs to a world that exists under the ocean.#Luca Opens On Theaters June 18 2021 pic.twitter.com/gqeX6Pbbi2— Disney TV Animation News (@DisneyTVANews) December 31, 2020
An animated film based on an Italian boy who meets a new friend during summer and they grow exceptionally close, This film is a celebration of a childhood friendship which reminds us of who we are and who are the people we choose.
Premiere on 18th June 2021
🎖️BEST ARTICLE OF THE YEAR: Opening her introductory remarks for Zola, director Janicza Bravo recounted how she attended Sundance Film Festival for the first time years ago as a guest of a guest… @manondereeper reviews Zola: https://t.co/HFIOXSm0eH— Film Inquiry (@FilmInquiry) January 1, 2021
In 2015, a viral Twitter thread that spread about two strippers on a road trip went very, very wrong. The trip takes several unexpected turns as she gets mixed up in one crazy, bizarre incident one after another. The craziest part about this movie is that it was supposedly inspired by a true story.
Premiere on 30th June 2021