If you are looking for other movies and content aside from Star Wars and Marvel, then this list is for you. We have compiled the 7 best movies you can watch every day in a week.
The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
This movie is a tearjerker, it is based off of the famous novel by John Green with the same name “The Fault in Our Stars”. The movie follows a 16-year-old girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster, who has cancer. She meets a charming boy named Augustus Waters during a support group. Watch these two showcase an amazing romantic chemistry by simply having an interest in the same book, which these two go on an adventure to Amsterdam because of in order to find the author of that book. What happens next? Well, watch it to find out.
Avatar is set to take over the next decade on the big screen with sequel after sequel already planned for it by James Cameron. Its sequel is highly anticipated, especially since the franchise is in the hands of Disney now, which is a 100% guaranteed that the Avatar universe is set to happen no matter what. Therefore, it is in our list. The movie has amazing special effects which is a feast for the eye, and in the movie the human race decides to inhabit an exo-Planet called Pandora through invasion. See how the invasion goes in this sensational extravagant masterpiece by James Cameron on Disney Plus.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
This movie has all the things that Tim Burton is known for, from scary objects to extravagant and uncanny characters, it is a must see in our list. The story involves Jack Skellington, who is known as the king of “Halloween Town”, somehow falls into a portal into the “Christmas Town”, and tries to celebrate Christmas in his own way. The music from Danny Elfman is a must to hear, and the stop-motion animation is delightful to the eye. All of this can be experienced on the Disney Plus streaming service.
The Jungle Book (2016)
The live-action and CGI adaptation of The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling shows the story of a young orphan boy who lives with animals in the jungle. It showcases amazing visual effects and evergreen modernized musical numbers from the animated Jungle Book movie. The best part is all of it will feel real, you can check it on Disney Plus yourself.
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
This has Tim Burton written all over it, and it is considered one of his best works to date. The story involved an artificial man (Johnny Depp) who has hands as scissors. The movie has a bit of everything from drama to comedy, and fiction of course. The uncanniness of the movie is what makes it unique and a total Tim Burton movie, if you are a fan of Tim Burton, which you should be, then definitely watch this on Disney Plus.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
This 90’s high school romance/comedy has everything that a 90’s romance/comedy should have. In the movie, the new student Cameron tries to persuade Patrick to go on a date with Katarina, this whole scenario changes to something warm and fuzzy, as well as dramatic. You will get to see the amazing Heath Ledger in all his glory. Get on to Disney Plus, and go deep into this teenage lovefest.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
This movie is set in the year 1947, where cartoon characters as well as people exist together. It is a unique film, where the aesthetics will keep you glued to the screen. The story involved Roger Rabbit, and a private investigator who tries to exonerate him. To know more about this exciting movie, you will have to watch it on Disney Plus streaming service.