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Bored at home? Here are movie suggestions to save you!

From blockbuster hits to hidden gems, here’s a list of must-watch movies


Summer break is the perfect time to relax, unwind, and dive into the world of movies. Whether you’re lounging at home, having a movie night with friends or you're by yourslef trying to kill time. There’s nothing like a good film to enhance the summer vibes. From blockbuster hits to hidden gems, here’s a list of must-watch movies that will make your summer break unforgettable.


Harry Potter!

Genre- Science-fiction/Adventure

Age rating- PG

We've all heard of it but maybe only some of us have seen it! Watch this series or re-watch! It'll take you to a world you haven't been before! Here is the order you're supposed to watch it in.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2


The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Disney

Genre- Family/Musical

Age rating- G

Disney’s "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is a beautifully animated adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel. The film tells the story of Quasimodo, the kind-hearted but deformed bell ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, as he navigates a world filled with prejudice and injustice. With its rich animation, memorable music, and deep themes of acceptance and inner beauty, this film stands out as one of Disney’s more mature and poignant works.


Inside Out

Genre-Family/Comedy

Age rating-PG

Pixar’s "Inside Out" takes viewers on an imaginative journey into the mind of an 11-year-old girl named Riley. As Riley navigates a move to a new city, her emotions—Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust—struggle to help her cope with the changes. This beautifully animated film offers a profound exploration of emotions and the complexities of growing up, making it a touching and insightful watch for all ages.


Elemental

Genre-Family/Comedy

Age rating- PG

"Elemental" is a vibrant and imaginative film set in a world where the elements—fire, water, land, and air—are alive and interact. The story follows Ember, a fiery young woman, and Wade, a go-with-the-flow guy, as they discover how much they have in common despite their elemental differences. This heartwarming tale of friendship and understanding is filled with stunning visuals and a compelling narrative that resonates with viewers of all ages.

These films represent a diverse array of genres and storytelling styles, each offering something unique to the viewer. Whether you’re revisiting these classics or watching them for the first time, they promise an enriching cinematic experience. So, grab some popcorn, settle in, and enjoy these timeless movies that everyone should see at least once.


Raya and the Last Dragon

Genre: Animated adventure/Fantasy

Age rating- PG

In a divided land called Kumandra, a young warrior named Raya embarks on a quest to find the last dragon and save her kingdom from an ancient evil. Along the way, she learns the importance of trust and unity in restoring harmony to her world.

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