Everyone has that list of movies which hit the emotional chords in its truest sense as you relate to some character or a situation in the movies. Be it Andrew Garfield’s Breathe or Jake Gyllenhaal’s Stronger, we are in for some stories which will emotionally drain us. We have made a similar list of movies which will be released this year & you shouldn’t miss out on.
1. Wonder (November 17, 2017):
2. Breathe (October 13, 2017):
3. Stronger (September 22, 2017):
4. Call Me By Your Name (November 24, 2017):
5. The Mountain Between Us (October 6, 2017):
6. God’s Own Country (September 1, 2017):
You see the trailer of some movies & you are instantly convinced with what you see. God’s Own Country is an absolute masterpiece that’s going to be released on 1st of September this year. The film is about two guys starting to develop feelings for each other. The background music & cinematography is scintillating.
7. Only The Brave (October 20, 2017):
The man who directed Oblivion is back again with a film which will take you on an emotional rollercoaster. Joseph Kosinski is the director with Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Kitsch Taylor & Jennifer Connelly as the cast. It’s about a crew of firefighters who lost 19 members in a wildfire.
8. A Question Of Faith (September 29, 2017):
The film stars Richard T. Jones, Kim Fields & C. Thomas Howell. It’s about three families from different cultures living in the same community who are all brought down to believe in one thing which is faith. The trailer looks genuinely great & it’s surely going to make some people teary-eyed.
9. Same Kind of Different as Me (October 20, 2017):
The movie is directed by Michael Carney & written by Ron Hall, Alexander Foard, and Michael Carney. Greg Kinnear is playing as the main lead & Renee Zellweger’s plays with her voice in the trailer. The trailer will give you goosebumps & I can’t personally wait for this one.
10. Crown Heights (August 25, 2017):
Crown Heights is based on a true story of Colin Warner who was wrongfully convicted of murder. It stars Lakeith Stanfield & Nestor Carbonell. The pre-release reviews are full of praise especially for Stanfield whose acting was appreciated by everyone.
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