If you need a fun rom-com to watch, wrapped up cozy on the sofa, binging on ridiciculous amounts of snacks, then Love, Guaranteed is a great option. Starring Rachel Leigh Cook and Damon Wayans Jr as a lawyer and client suing a dating app over their promise to find love. It’s perfect for a lazy day this Autumn and you can find it on Netflix.
A major release this September, this film follows a secret agent on an mission through time to stop the start of World War 3. It’s the film that’s set to get audiences back on cinema chairs albeit distanced and masked.
The Broken Hearts Gallery
Another rom-com for Autumn, The Broken Hearts Gallery follows an Art Gallery assistant who starts an exhibit of the souveniers from her past relationships after a break-up.
The latest Disney film to get the live action treatment, Mulan has forgone a theatrical release and is only available to Disney Plus subscribers for an additional charge. We know that fans of the orignial will be desperate to see the remake of the popular classic.
The Social Dilemma
Another netflix option, this film blends documentary and drama to explore some of the more dangerous aspects of our increasing use of social media.
Based on the novel of the same name, UNpregnant follows a teen who discovers she is unable to get an abortion in her own state so convinces her best friend to embark on a road trip in order to get one.
I Am Woman
I Am Woman is a biographical film about singer, Helen Reddy who arrived in New York City, aged 24, with a 3 year old daughter and $230 and became one of the biggest stars of her time.
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs
An option for the whole family, Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs follows Snow White as she finds a pair of red shoes that transform her into a beautiful princess and seven cursed dwarfs who need a kiss from a beautiful woman to break their curse. It confronts stereotypes and promotes self-acceptance and body image.
Following Sherlock’s teen sister on a mission to find her missing mother, Enola Holmes stars favourites, Millie Bobbie Brown, Sam Claflin, Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter. It’s set to release via Netflix due to the current pandemic so you can watch it in comfort at home.