By Laura Julia Fleischmann
10. A Bad Moms Christmas
While we are all going crazy being cooped up in our homes, Bad Moms Christmas starring Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell is guaranteed to make you laugh and forget about corona for 1 hour and 44 minutes of comedic relief.
9. Imagine That
Starring Eddie Murphy and Yara Shahidi, Imagine That is about a self-absorbed Dad working in finance who takes interest in his daughter when her imaginary friends start giving him winning financial advice.
In this movie, Will Smith stars as a “date doctor” and helps set up his client Albert with famous and glamorous Allegra Cole. All the while, he faces setbacks with the girl he is trying to pursue, a journalist trying to find the scoop about the date doctor.
7. Spiderman into the Spiderverse
With some of the coolest animation work I have ever seen, Spiderman into the Spiderverse is a nice twist on regular Spiderman movies but with the same Marvel excitement.
A classic movie about Tracy Turnblad, a dance loving teen from Baltimore in the 1960s. She auditions for a spot on "The Corny Collins Show", and you all know what happens next :). Guaranteed feel-good movie.
Starring the queen herself, Jennifer Lopez, alongside Jane Fonda, this movie is a hilarious romantic comedy about what happens when a mother doesn't like her son's fiancee.
4. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
This classic is guaranteed to have you feeling nostalgic, and maybe even leave you missing school. The movie is about a senior in high school who decides to skip school with his friend and girlfriend. They go on an adventure through Chicago while their high school principal is determined to catch them.
3. See You Yesterday
Produced by Spike Lee, See You Yesterday is about two teenage geniuses from East Flatbush in Brooklyn, who attempt to master the art of time travel. After one of their brothers is shot in a fatal police shooting, they go back to the past and try to rewrite history. This much needed movie will definitely keep you at the edge of your seat and in tears by the end.
2. Pursuit of Happyness
Yes, it is actually spelled like that. This tear jerker starring Will and Jaden Smith is based on a true story and shows you the true meaning of hardwork and love for family.
1. Life As We Know It
After their two best friends pass away in a tragic car accident, Holly and Messer take custody over the deceased couple's orphaned daughter, Sophie. They are forced to work together despite major differences and a disastrous date a few years earlier. I recently watched this movie, and I loved it. It is emotional, funny, and the perfect movie to watch sometime during these next few weeks stuck inside.