The 10 Best movies you can watch in 2021

The 10 Best movies you can watch in 2021

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After date changes, comings and goings, platform debuts, and other “pandemic innovations”, the big screen is back on track and is already planning a good jet of premieres for next year. Some of the films that you will see here were scheduled to hit theaters in 2020, dates that had to be postponed for obvious reasons and with a clear secondary effect: let’s wait for the new releases with greater enthusiasm if possible. Prepare the calendar, because there are plenty of great stories to see.

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The mole agent

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The mole agent

Audience Award at the last San Sebastian Festival and shot as a documentary, it was also chosen to representing Chile in the next edition of the Oscars, so you can expect great things from this movie. It is released from the firsts (January 29) and tells the adventures of a detective who, forced to investigate what is happening in a nursing home, decides to hire an infiltrator of a certain age. The problem is that the infiltrator feels so comfortable there that he forgets about his work.

BTEAM Pictures

Nomadland

Nomadland

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Nomadland

Another brand new champion. This film, starring Frances McDormand and directed by Chloé Zhao, took the Golden Lion at the last Venice Film Festival and it is very well positioned in the Oscar pools. Thus, in short, it includes a current of life that has become quite popular in the United States in recent years: that of modern nomads, people who, due to economic crises, lose everything and take to the road in a caravan calling Wherever the path takes you Frances plays one of those nomads in a hat-off performance. Premiere February 19.

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Morbius

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Morbius, the living vampire

In this film, Jared Leto plays the Morbius of the title, another of those characters that border on the quirky and that the actor knows so well how to take advantage of. Right out of the Marvel comics, Morbius is one of the weirdest characters in the hero universe; in fact, it would be more of an antihero who, suffering from a rare blood disease, decides to lend a hand – thus, to the very gross – to those who suffer the same as him. A dark movie that will arrive on March 26.

Sony Pictures

No time to die

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No time to die

We have already lost count of how many times the premiere of the film has been announced and postponed. latest James Bond epic. Now it seems that yes, that this is the final one and that on April 2 we will be able to see in theaters the also last film by Daniel Craig as 007 (the actor hung the cropped one this year). Léa Seydoux repeats next to her and Ana de Armas arrives, in a very femme fatale character.

Universal Pictures

A quiet place 2

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A quiet place 2

The first part, starring Emily Blunt under the orders of her husband, the actor and director John Krasinski, was a success, we would not say that unexpected but almost. On April 23 comes the second, where things are like this: the Abbot family (mother and two children) who in A Quiet Place version 1 had a regular time shooting fatal, once again have to face the dangers lurking in the world outside and are also forced to do so in silence. But creatures that hunt by sound-oriented aren’t the only villains in history. From now on we guarantee that there is more.

Paramount Pictures Spain

Black widow

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Black widow

Another “yes but no” premiere. It was postponed several times and now it seems that on May 7 we will have it in the cinema. Focused on the character that Scarlett Johansson played in the Avengers saga and with the actress reprising the lead role, it puts Natasha Romanoff (the Black Widow of the title) in a complicated situation: facing the demons of her past due to a conspiracy closely related to people she believed she had left behind.

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Cruella

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Cruella

We confess: we really want to see Emma Stone in the role of Cruella that Glenn Close once embroidered. The difference is that here we will meet the character much younger and we will witness the circumstances that made her a “collector” of Dalmatians. Next to Stone, another Emma (Thompson). It opens on May 28.

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Top Gun: Maverick

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Top Gun: Maverick

The sequel to the legendary 80s film (with Tom Cruise but without Kelly McGillis, a shame) opens at the beginning of summer – on July 2 – with the promise that we will have frames of those that are fixed on the retina for quite some time. And it is that the studies have not skimped when it comes to making the fight scenes as realistic as possible. Although, let’s face it, history repeats itself a bit: Tom / Pete, with 30 years of service behind him, is still a test pilot, now very experienced. The problem is that he meets a black sheep again among the troops and, of course, no one can.

Paramount Pictures Spain

Dune

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Dune

Now a movie that has been talked about a lot … and what remains. Starring Timothée Chalamet and directed by Denis Villeneuve, In the cast, we find names with as much pedigree as Oscar Isaac – how this man likes to shoot in deserts – Stellan Skarsgard, Charlotte Rampling, Javier Bardem, Jason Momoa or Zendaya. If you have read the novel on which it is based or have seen any of the previous versions (a film and a series) you will know that the story revolves around Paul Atreides, whose family is in charge of the exploitation of Arrakis (the oldest viewers You will remember that at the dawn of the Internet there was a mail server with this name). The problem is that unparalleled wealth lurks in Arrakis and is coveted by many.

Warner Bros

West Side Story

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West Side Story

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