We are on the verge of another weekend. University students, visa periods, those who work from home, in the office or at work, we have all experienced something. Of course, we all dreamed of many things that we deserved to the end, during our work. One of them, of course, was to pick up the remote, sit back and enjoy the moment. A good movie, TV series, documentary that relieves fatigue in a week has never been a bad idea. Today we will try to help you with this experience, which is a good way to relax productively. with what? Of course, with our movie suggestion list written with the hope that it will be indispensable for your weekend…

Today we have collected 9 beautiful films in different genres. Whatever your mood for this weekend, if you want to watch a good movie; We’re sure you’ll find something on our recommended movies list. All you have to do is keep reading on the page!

Enjoy reading…

You can also check out the list of recommended movies from last weekend:

8 great movie tips for those who are wondering what to watch this weekend

1. Only God Forgives – Only God Forgives (2013) – IMDB: 5.7

Nominated for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and winning the Best Film award at the Sydney Film Festival, the 2013 action film Only God Forgives is one of the last feature films directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. The famous director we know from Drive. The plot of the first film on our list to double its budget and gross over $10 million is as follows:

The chain of events in Bangkok begins ten years ago when Julian (Ryan Gosling) escaped by killing a man. Julian currently runs a Muay Thai club that serves as a front for drug dealing.

When Julian’s brother kills a teenage girl who is forced into prostitution even though she is not yet an adult, retired police officer Chang (Vitaya Pansringarm), nicknamed the Angel of Vengeance, is called into service. Chang will let him avenge your father.

Julian’s mother Crystal (Dame Kristin Scott Thomas), also the leader of a powerful crime syndicate, comes to Bangkok to retrieve her son’s body. His only goal is to find his son’s killers and force them to go through hell. By entrusting this, Julian’s life becomes more complicated than ever before.

2 Da 5 Bloods – 5 Blood Brothers (2020) – IMDB: 6.5

Winning an Oscar for Best Original Score, the war drama Five Bloods was released on Netflix in the summer of 2020 after over a year of production and a budget of over $40 million.

The 156-minute film was written in collaboration with an ever-expanding team of screenwriters. The film also earned Clark Peters a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clark Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), and Melvin (Isiah Whitlock Jr.), four African-American men who served in the US Army during the Vietnam War, return to Vietnam together. While searching for the remains of their group’s late leader (Chadwick Boseman) and the treasure he hid, four veterans once again face the relentless destruction of the Vietnam War. On the one hand, the film criticizes the structural codes of the United States fueled by racism, on the other hand, it satirizes the “classic” works about the Vietnam War.

3. Owner – Owner: Owner (2020) – IMDB: 6.5

The psychological horror film The Owner, the latest feature film written and directed by young director Brandon Cronenberg, was nominated for the Saturn Award in the Best Independent Feature category and won Best Film and Best Director at the Sitges Film Festival. The film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was screened in a very limited space due to the pandemic period.

Tasia Vos is a corporate agent who uses new brain implant technology to infiltrate other people’s bodies, inciting them to commit murders for the company. Although he has a special talent for this job, his experiences in these jobs change him drastically and he often has to struggle to suppress the violent memories and impulses he encounters in his daily life. As his mental stress intensifies, he begins to lose control and soon finds himself trapped in a human mind that threatens to destroy his personality.

4. Wild at Heart – Wild Emotions (1990) – IMDB: 7.2

The film, which won the Palme d’Or for director David Lynch and an Oscar and Golden Globe nomination for Diane Ladd in the Best Supporting Actress category at the Cannes Film Festival, also debuted at the Cannes Film Festival. Starring the likes of Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern and Willem Dafoe, Wild at Heart is an ambitious and daring production in every sense.

Lula’s psychopathic mother is distraught at the thought that Lula is with Sailor, who just got out of prison. Lula and Sailor, ignoring Sailor’s parole terms, traveled to California. However, their mother hired an assassin to kill Sailor. Unaware of this, the young couple enjoy their journey and finally get back together; until they witness a young woman get into a car accident and then die. Is this a bad omen for the future?

Sailor and Lula encounter some very strange “people” when they discover hidden secrets about each other. In the film, the audience is waiting for an impressive story, full of scary images and references to the history of the Wizard of Oz.

5. Origins (2014) – IMDB: 7.3

The sci-fi and romantic drama film Origins, which won the Best Feature Film award at the Sundance and Sitges Film Festivals for director, writer and producer Mike Cahill and was also nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Independent Film, is a powerful piece that received widespread critical acclaim.

In I Origins, graduate student Ian Gray begins research into the evolution of the human eye with Karen and Kenny to prove that eyes evolved in response to an idea that creationists had. His fascination with the eyes will take him into areas with both individual and social and cultural implications.

6. Avril et le monde truqué / April and the Extraordinary World (2015) – IMDB: 7.3

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April and the Extraordinary World, an animated dystopian film nominated for the César Award for Best Animated Feature at the César Awards, premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Written and directed by Christian Demars and Franck Ekinci, the film also features the voices of famous actors such as Marion Cotillard, Philippe Catherine and Jean Rochefort.

The world of 1941 is radically different from what we know from the history books. Geopolitical events are taking a strange course: 5. While Napoleon ruled France, scientists have mysteriously disappeared for the last 70 years, humanity cannot keep up with discoveries and inventions for a long time. Shortly speaking; A world that is far from all innovations such as radio, television, electricity, aviation and the internal combustion engine remains in the knowledge of the last century, dominated by coal and steam.

In this bizarre universe, a young girl, Avril (Marion Cotillard), Darwin (Philippe Catherine), her talking cat Pops (Jean Rochefort), her grandfather, and a young police informer, Julius (Marc-André Grondin), are two children who are also Avril’s children. The parents went in search of the missing scientist. Many dangers and mysteries await the quartet in this strange new world.

7. Treatment (1997) – IMDB: 7.4

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The Cure, a 1997 psychological thriller and horror crime film written and directed by chief director Kiyoshi Kurusawa, is considered one of the pioneers of many horror films and Japanese horror cinema that has left its mark since the 90s. Winning the Grand Prix at the Tokyo International Film Festival and the Koji Yakusho Award for Best Actor, this film is an impressive and iconic Japanese classic horror thriller in every sense.

A terrifying wave of murders has swept through Tokyo. The only common thread between the murders is the bloody cross carved around the neck of each of the victims. In any case, the killer is next to the victim and has no memory of the crime.

Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma are called in to look for behind-the-scenes murders and a hidden connection between them, but their investigation leads nowhere. Not far from the place of the last murder, a strange young man is arrested, who makes a strange impression on everyone who comes into contact with him.

Detective Takabe begins a series of interrogations to determine the man’s involvement in the murders. Meanwhile, Takabe becomes obsessed with the case, which begins to affect his personal life and increasingly creates an imbalance in his mental health.

8. Ivy (2015) – IMDB: 8.0

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The 2015 drama film Sarmashik, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is the only local film on our list of recommended films this week, is the debut film from young director Tolga Karacelik. A film starring Nadir Karabacak, Hasan Karsak and Kadir Cermik; It won the Golden Orange Award for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor.

Captain Beybaba (Osman Alkas) begins preparations for the long voyage by taking on board several spare crews at the port. The ship unloads at its destination so that the crew can finally collect their overdue wages. But soon they receive a depressing message. The ship owners who are the ship’s partners are bankrupt, and if they enter the port with a cargo ship, all the ship’s goods will be confiscated.

Most of the crew decide to stay, no matter how long it takes the ship to get out of the swamp. Initially, they agree to take on this burden in order to collect their long unpaid wages.

The crew are waiting for dark days, weeks and months when they find themselves on the ship; so much so that the isolation has already created an atmosphere of oppression, plunging the crew into a sea of ​​sheer madness and horror…

9. Investigation of a citizen beyond suspicion – Investigation of a citizen beyond doubt (1970) – IMDB: 8.0

The 1970 crime-drama film Citizen’s Unsuspicious Investigation, the last film on our list of film recommendations, won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film; This is an impressive cinematic work that was nominated for the Palme d’Or, and also received the FIPRESCI Prize and the Grand Prix of the Jury at the Cannes Film Festival.

Directed by Elio Petri, the film stars Gian Maria Volonte and Florinda Bolcan. The film was included in the list of “100 films to be protected” by the Italian Ministry of Culture for its contribution to the country’s collective memory.

During internal political turmoil, Roman police inspector Gian Maria Volonte takes on an important task: to crack down on political dissidents. But when he kills his mistress Florinda Bolkan and leaves deliberate evidence pointing to him, homicide cops start flocking to the crime scene. And each revealed clue brings us closer to the end.

So, is the expected end the end, or will this investigation trigger much larger events? Combining scathing criticism of the methods of the Italian police and authoritarian repression, as well as psychological confrontation with the emerging fascist tendencies, the film gradually prepares the audience for the finale.

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