6 Movie Picks from 2016

Superhero and Anti-Hero movies have undoubtedly dominated 2016 cinemas with the release of Batman vs. Superman, Captain America: Civil War, Suicide Squad, X-Men Apocalypse, Guardians of the Galaxy, Deadpool, and Doctor Strange. So if you want to deviate from the superhero and action genre, here are the Top 6 refreshing selections from 2016.

 

1. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

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Set in 1926 in the Harry Potter Universe, Newt Scamander, a traveling wizard accidentally reveals the world of magic to a Non-Maj (Muggle) and releases some of the beasts he has captured. As he tries to round them up, they come across a bigger threat which could start a war between witches and wizards alike.

2. Florence Foster Jenkins

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Based on the real life of socialite and amateur soprano, Florence Jenkins, who was called “the world’s worst opera singer”. Jenkins had always wanted to perform at Carnegie Hall as a concert pianist before suffering from an injury in her youth. Undeterred, she decides to sing her way there instead. Problem was, she wasn’t much of a singer.

3. Kubo and the Two String

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A stop motion animation film directed by Travis Knight. Kubo, a talented young boy, unknowingly summons a dark vengeful spirit which wreaks havoc in his town. He goes on a quest to fulfill a legend in hopes of saving the land and discovers along the way the connection between him and the spirit’s identity.

4. La La Land

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Directed by Damien Chazelle, this academy award nominee is a fun musical with a colorful backdrop. It tells the story of an aspiring actress, Mia, and a traditional jazz musician, Sebastian and their struggle to love, survive, and reach their dreams in the tough big city of Los Angeles.

5. Moana

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Disney produces yet another widely acclaimed animation with a great soundtrack. And this time, there are no love stories or princesses. No. Moana is not a princess but a chieftain. Brought up to succeed her father in taking care of their tribe and island, she struggles to contain her spirit from venturing into the sea.

6. Moonlight

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A powerful drama written and directed by Barry Jenkins. Moonlight is based on Tarrel McCranney’s play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue” and has three defined chapters. It follows the story of a young man who is struggling with his self identity and sexuality during the dangerous war on drugs.

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