With a plethora of streaming services comes a plethora of choices. Among the many streaming services available to us, there is Hulu, one of three Disney streaming platforms. If you’re looking for your next movie fix at Hulu, but don’t want to browse the entire library, we’ll make it easier for you. Here’s a handy list of some of the most amazing movies currently streaming there.
Even if you don’t read what we’re going to write next, just take our word for it and see Nomadland without any prior introduction. It’s so extraordinary and we’re not just saying this because it made huge waves at the Academy Awards this year.
It follows the story of a woman in her sixties who mourns the loss of a life that succumbed to the Great Recession. Now she lives like a nomad in a van. How does she survive in the American West? Directed by Chloe Zhao, Nomadland combines two powerful forces: an honest representation of nomadic life (and its complexity) along with great writing. At one point the protagonist says: ‘I am not homeless. I’m normal . . . homeless. not the same, right? “We’ve all felt it.
How did a 1990 movie end up on this list? If you had seen Julia Roberts & Richard Gere as Vivian & Edward, you wouldn’t be asking this question. Vivian is a prostitute hired by Edward to accompany him to social events.
Coincidence – and the cliché – wants him to fall for her. What happens when people from such completely different lives try to be together? Beautiful lady is the kind of movie you watch often.
Who doesn’t like it Die hard? Jake Peralta wants to talk to you. Jokes apart, you don’t have to wait for Christmas to see through the Die Hard franchise with John McClane, a New York City / Los Angeles police detective, at the center of all the action.
Bruce Willis has made a big mark through this character and this franchise. The film has a tight script, solid acting, the watertight starting point. . . all of which make it the quintessential action movie genius of which no one has been able to replicate.
Starring Cristin Milioti and Andy Samberg, Palm Springs is part science fiction, part rom-com that does more than warm your heart.
Myles and Sarah are guests at a wedding – and are stuck together again and again. Slowly they heat up each other, are stuck in a time loop and live on the same day. They soon realize that the other person’s company might not be the worst after all.
In the mood for something that moves you, pushes you up and makes you think all at once? Look no further than Parasite. South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece is a telling commentary on income / class inequalities. When you see a squatters’ family next to a filthy wealthy family, there is bound to be thought-provoking social satire.
The images effortlessly capture this class difference: rain meant a sleepless night for one family, while the other enjoyed pleasant weather. Space itself becomes a telling parameter of privilege. The movie’s background score is just another element that makes it all the more watchable. The film made big headlines with four Oscars, including Best Picture.
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
We love to sift through our watchlist with some of the classics. It can be said that the whole Mission ImpossibleThe franchise can easily make it to this list (and it’s probably a winning argument), but the fourth installment in the series deserves special mention because the stakes are very high: the IMF’s reputation is at stake. Still, Tom Cruise’s performance was impeccable, the stunts were smooth, the guest actors were great in their roles. We almost didn’t miss Thandie Newton.
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