Top 10 Movies to watch

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The 10 best movies to watch. Discover with us the best movies you shouldn't miss! Adventure movies, for kids and long-awaited premieres.
 
1. Last Night in Soho
2. No Time to Die
3. The Last Duel
4. Cinderella
5. Dune
6. The Lost Leonardo
7. Annette
8. The French Dispatch
9. Respect
10. House of Gucci

 

1. Last Night in Soho

Do you like Anya Taylor Joy? You can see her this autumn in a film by Edgar Wright Last Night in Soho. The British psychological horror film follows an aspiring fashion designer named Eloise (played by Thomasin McKenzie), who finds herself mysteriously transformed into her idol, glamorous singer Sandie (Taylor-Joy), and transported to Swinging Sixties London. Yet all is not as it seems in this gripping psychological horror flick, which also features Matt Smith, Diana Rigg and Margaret Nolan.
 

 

2. No Time to Die

Finally, it is here. The new movie from a Bond series and the last time with Daniel Craig. We will miss him very much portraying the famous British spy. No Time To Die sees everyone’s favorite spy called on to rescue a kidnapped scientist, before quickly finding himself embroiled in another hair-raising adventure, with drama and danger around every corner. With a roster of eminent cast members including Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, former Tatler cover star Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Lashana Lynch, here’s hoping 007’s latest outing is worth the wait.
 

 

3. The Last Duel

Never a man to rest on his laurels, Hollywood legend Ridley Scott has a slew of major projects in the pipeline – including this new historical drama, adapted from Eric Jagner’s book The Last Duel: A True Story of Trial by Combat in Medieval France. Written by Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and screenwriter Nicole Holofcener, and with an impressive cast including Damon, Affleck, Jodie Comer and Adam Driver, the plot is centered around the last legally sanctioned duel in French history. The dramatic event took place in the 14th century after one Marguerite de Thibouville (played by Comer) alleged she’d been raped by the best friend of her husband (played by Damon and Driver, respectively).
 

 

4. Cinderella

In the mood for a feel-good, family-friendly musical romp, complete with fabulous costumes, a catchy soundtrack and a hefty dose of camp? Look no further than this new reimagining of Cinderella, bringing the classic fairy tale to life on the screen once more – with an additional helping of 21st-century sass. Directed by Kay Cannon (one of the teams behind Pitch Perfect), it features social media sensation Camila Cabello in the titular role, plus a star-studded cast of Broadway and silver screen greats including Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver and Pierce Brosnan.
 

 

5. Dune

Sci-fi fans of the world, we have great news for you. Frank Herbert's 1965 novel is coming to the big screen for the second time in an adaptation by director Denis Villeneuve (the man behind 2017's Blade Runner 2049). Starring Hollywood golden boy Timothée Chalamet as the gifted young protagonist Paul Atreides, the film centers on Paul’s adventure to a dangerous planet, the source of a highly coveted substance with the power to prolong human life. You'll see Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Momoa, Oscar Isaac and Javier Bardem among other notable actors.
 

 

6. The Lost Leonardo

Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi is one of history's most legendary paintings, believed to be the first painting by the old master to be discovered in more than a century, and which sold for a record $450 million - before seemingly disappearing into obscurity. This fascinating documentary by director Andreas Koefoed, which plumbs the murky depths of the art world and the all-powerful money and power that comes with it, is a must-see for all culture lovers.
 

 

7. Annette

A zany musical drama from director Leos Carax, Annette follows a stand-up comedian (Adam Driver) who falls head over heels for a famous opera singer (Marion Cotillard). Things take an unsettling turn when the couple are struck by tragedy – and their daughter, the eponymous Annette (played by a marionette puppet), displays an unusual new talent. Surprising and genre-bending, the film divided (but almost universally intrigued) critics following its debut at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
 

 

8. The French Dispatch

Chalamet fans are in for quite the treat this autumn, with Timothée also appearing in Wes Anderson’s latest project. Joined by the likes of Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet, The French Dispatch is a comedy-drama set in mid-20th-century France, oriented around journalists working at an outpost of an American newspaper. Get ready for a fresh dose of Anderson’s signature wit and whimsy, for which the celebrated director has become one of the film industry’s most recognized names.
 

 

9. Respect

More than half a century on from the release of her song Respect, just one among a string of Aretha Franklin’s career-defining hits, her legacy continues to shape the music industry. With the powerhouse talent of Jennifer Hudson in the lead role, plus an all-star cast including Mary J Blige and Queen Latifah, this new biopic charts Franklin’s life: from her days as a child singing in her father’s church choir to becoming one of the most influential soul singers of all time. Respect marks the feature film directorial debut of Tony-nominated Broadway director Liesl Tommy and features music by composer Kris Bowers.
 

 

10. House of Gucci

And the movie with Adam Driver again. You all know him as a Kylo Ren of the third trilogy of the Star Wars sci-fi saga. House of Gucci brings the incredible story of the Gucci family its glitz, secrets and scandals. And since it's a Ridley Scott film, get ready for a proper extravaganza. Starring Lady Gaga and Adam Driver as Patrizia and Maurizio Gucci, the film dramatizes the true story of the couple, members of the famous fashion dynasty, whose unhappy marriage takes a decidedly dark turn. Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Salma Hayek and Camille Cottin (best known for Call Me Agent!) complete the film's stellar cast.
 

Source: Tatler
 
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