This summer, the influence and earnings of women have taken the world by storm. The stars at the forefront of this narrative are Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and the “Barbie” movie. These three icons showcase the rising power of the “female dollar” and work as a harbinger of the long-overdue recognition, acceptance and fulfillment of women’s interests.
“The Conjuring” universe comprises nine movies and even then, the creators have managed to present a unique and horrifying movie experience with “The Nun II”. It is not only an impressive addition to the existing canon but is also a movie that stands on its own.
Even though Gerwig occasionally uses the film as the vehicle for what seems like a gender studies lecture for undergraduates, it is evident that the movie was created by professionals who understand how children’s imaginations develop while playing with Barbies.
We have curated 5 films which evidently has parallels to the new “Barbie” movie so watching them would paint a clearer picture of what inspired and influenced it.
With a menacing and sombre mystery at its core, "Prohelika" has you in its clutches, anchoring you down to its bitter moments.
"The Witcher" novel series by Polish fantasy author Andrzej Sapkowski is as densely layered and narratively complex as it gets. The storyline skillfully shifts from intensely personal difficulties to national war stratagems while maintaining its marvelous high-fantasy element at its core. It boasts a string of infinitely interesting, profoundly flawed characters. Netflix too did a pretty fantastic job so far trying to adapt this series on to the screen.
Every episode is a standalone tale, so you don't need to catch up on previous seasons or episodes to enjoy them.
The seventh and latest film, “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” is a prequel to the original 2007 Transformers movie, as well as a sequel to “Bumblebee” (2018).