We know everyone is staying at home due to the global pandemic and you have all changed your usual work habits online. Working from home can take most of your time, but adding fun to your daily routine by watching a good movie is also an inevitable part of self-isolation.
We have selected 10 films that are worth watching to help you in your selection of films and take you on a historic journey in the climate of online films.
Although the 10 films that we have selected are not directly related to the architecture itself, they say more about their solid interior decorations, the styles and the places where they were filmed. Enjoy the movies!
So let’s start listing the top 10 must watch movies during quarantine –
1. Parasite (2019)
Parasite is definitely a film not to be missed which won four Oscars at the Oscars 2020 for the best film, the best director, the best original screenplay and the best international feature film.
Directed by Bong Joon Ho, it is a good example of how class discrimination is told in a dark comedy. Greed, class discrimination and a mysterious intruder threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan.
2. The Neighbors’ Window (2019)
If you’re feeling lonely, and maybe feeling a lot more these days, this movie can be a good example of how loneliness is reflected on the character. The film, written and directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Marshall Curry, tells the story of Alli (Maria Dizzia), a mother of young children who became frustrated with her daily routine and her husband (Greg Keller).
But her life is turned upside down when two dozen free spirits enter the street and discover that she can see in their apartment.
3. Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood (2019)
Are you in love with Quentin Tarantino? Do you like slow motion images? This film is perfect for you if you imagine yourself taking a sweet trip to Hollywood.
The film won the Brad Pitt Best Supporting Actor and Best Production Design award at the 92nd Academy Awards. The film was shot in Los Angeles in 1969, aging television star Rick Dalton and longtime double stuntman Cliff Booth struggle to make their way into an industry and a city they hardly recognize anymore.
4. If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)
The film is based on the novel written by James Baldwin, director of Moonlight. If Beale Street could speak is directed by Barry Jenkins, Oscar winner. The film invites people to explore how we tell stories of black people who love each other against the backdrop of racial injustice.
5. Roma (2018)
If you like black and white films, Roma can satisfy you. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón, the 2-hour film traces a tumultuous year in the life of a bourgeois family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.
Describes Alfonso Cuaron’s black and white masterpiece, the details, the weather, the streets, the making of the scenes are elegantly narrated and the language of the film is described as “a closer version of the works of the great Italian neo-realists of the 1940s and ’50s like Vittorio De Sica and Roberto Rossellini.”
6. Black Panther (2018)
Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler, is a 2018 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. It is a sequel to Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War, and the eighteenth film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as the sixth film from phase three.
The film is described as “the purest expression of Afro-futurism”, and a layered science fiction and fantasy that reflects the African diaspora – to be released in cinemas around the world. It’s time. ”
7. Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
The 2-hour film tells the story of the legendary British rock group Queen and the lead singer Freddie Mercury, before their famous performance at Live Aid (1985).
Directed by Bryan Singer, the film can be a good example of how to create a good film set, with lines and style. Sometimes the details make an incredible film. If you are a design lover, you will fall in love with details and decoration.
8. Café Society (2016)
Directed by acclaimed director Woody Allen, Woody Allen’s new movie “Cafe Society” takes you back to the golden age of Hollywood in the 1930s with much more desaturated, glamorous, but brighter sets.
The film captures a specific Hollywood era at that time after the term Cafe Society was revealed in the 1930s – and that era is reflected in the film as a divergent aesthetic by the supervision of production designer Santo Loquasto.
9. Youth (2015)
Directed by Italian director Paolo Sorrentino, the 2-hour film talks about the life and breathing of a seaside resort. The film was mainly shot at the Waldhaus Flims Grand Hotel & Spa, developing a specific but very modern spa, architecturally minimal in a floating manner.
The film is the director’s second English-language film and stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as best friends reflecting on their lives while on vacation in the Swiss Alps. It turns into a story of the eternal struggle between age and youth, the past and the future, life and death, commitment and betrayal.
10. Ex Machina (2014)
Directed by Alex Garland, Ex Machina takes you on superb film sets, one of them is a special residence designed by Jensen & Skodvin Architects in the Valldal region of Norwey and the other is the Juvet Landscape Hotel in the northwest of Norway designed by the same architects.
The 1.5-hour film tells the story of computer programmer Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson), winner of a contest to spend a week visiting the remote estate of Nathan (Oscar Isaac), the reclusive CEO of his company. But it’s not just a vacation, then she learns that he has been selected for a revolutionary experiment to interact with an android named Ava (Alicia Vikander) to see if his A.I. is really sensitive or not.
A sci-fi film set was produced by Mark Digby and he said: “All the glass was difficult to photograph, but the beauty that you get from reflections and being able to see through gives you more depth and depth. ‘visual interest. “