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Best ENGLISH Movies of 2021

Year of 2021 had a lot of releases both Theatrical & OTT, despite the ongoing pandemic . We at Popcorn Reviewss have shortlisted best English movies. Do watch out for your favourites for the year of 2021.

Check out the full list below:

Nomadland is the story of a widower who travels in her Van as a Nomad after she has lost everything to the recession. The story is melancholic as also wearingly sobbing. The sadness which is the essence here also grips you right from the beginning and engulfs you till the end… Read More…

Annette follows the story of a standup comic and an opera singer who have a daughter who is mysteriously different. First things first – The story will not appeal to a large section of the audience because this is a musical. We haven’t been privy to stories that unfold through music and the lyrics. But, the story is experimental yet outstanding… Read More…

Spiderman No Way Home starts off from the point Far From Home had ended. And as promised, I am not going to reveal any bit of the plot here for you to have a great movie watching experience. But the buzz is for real! The story is mind boggling and probably the most that I have enjoyed for a superhero film. The screenplay is extremely fast paced with never a single dull moment… Read More…

Based on True Events, Judas And The Black Messiah follows the story of FBI infiltrating a man in the Black Panther Army against the backdrop of racism based on Colour. It was only recently that we witnessed a huge movement which soon turned out to be a global one, ‘Black Lives Matter’. It is not wrong to say that history indeed repeats itself. This is because humanity does not learn from its mistakes… Read More…

The Green Knight is the fantasy retelling of the medieval story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight who poses a challenge to the former which the latter accepts. Now, if you are familiar with the story then you will love this modern day retelling of it. If you aren’t aware about the story then there is a chance that you may not enjoy it or understand it completely… Read More…

Based on a book by Eric Jager, The Last Duel follows the story of a Knight who decides to settle his dispute with his Squire by challenging him to a duel. Now, I hadn’t watched its trailer and really didn’t know what to expect. But the story is intriguing and interesting and at the end of it quite relevant too… Read More…

The French Dispatch is essentially an ode to the print journalism where it accounts a fictional story of an American newspaper in France. The story is a typical Wes Anderson film. The European feelers are evident in the storytelling which has a leisurely charm to it. The screenplay is a high concept one. Broken down into articles, each article is enacted in the form of a story which unfolds like an anthology… Read More…

Based on the novel by the same name, I will not be divulging too many details about the story of Dune, considering that it may act as a spoiler and secondly the plot being too convoluted. But the story having plenty of subplots is visually stunning! And this is just part one of the story! The screenplay takes a little time to settle in, and it is more to do with you as an audience getting familiar with the world around… Read More…

Based on a novel by Thomas Savage, The Power Of The Dog follows the story of a rancher who tends to be mockingly cruel to his brother’s wife and child until a twisty equation that follows. The story is Western and a slow burner that touches upon a few concepts of Masculinity and Homosexuality coupled with some emotions of bitterness and revenge. The story is really nuanced and layered. The screenplay compliments it very well. This is a bit of a niche as the leisurely pace ensures that almost nothing happens in the initial few minutes… Read More…

Don’t Look Up follows the story of a group of scientists who discover a comet heading towards earth which would possibly destroy it. The only problem is NO ONE CARES. The story is a satirical comedy but if you look closely, you may find an uncanny resemblance to today’s times. The concepts of fascism and capitalism are also explored efficiently here. In other words, the story is relevant yet told in a comic manner… Read More…