12 Best Movies to Watch at Home

As we’re still in the middle of the pandemic, it’s best to stay at home for the time being. Watching the perfect movie at the right time is always the best way out to entertain you. So, being flexible and creative is therefore needed. Yes, you’re right. Nothing beats the experience of watching from a big screen and great sound in a theater. But did you know you can create a similar vibe in your home? Home cinema setup is becoming more popular, easy, and affordable. A Lenso portable projector, a white sheet or screen, and cozy rug and cushions are all you need for a simple indoor or outdoor home cinema setup.

Once you have the setup ready, it’s time to pick a movie. We will give you a range of movies from different genres to choose from for a movie night with friends, a lover, or by yourself. As there are too many films to pick from, we’re here to help you narrow them down to 14 movies.

  1. Bridget’s Jones’s Diary
    A clumsy girl in her 30s gets caught in a love triangle between a wealthy family friend and her arrogant boss. Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant star in this British romantic comedy.
  2. How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days
    While Andie (Kate Hudson) is working on an article about how to lose a guy in 10 days, Benjamin (Matthew McConaughey) is on a mission to make a woman fall in love with him.
  3. This Means War
    Two CIA agents and best friends are accidentally in love with the same woman (Reese Witherspoon). To win the woman’s heart, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine engage in some action in this romcom movie.
  4. 27 Dresses
    Jane (Katherine Heigl), who is obsessed with weddings, has been a bridesmaid 27 times. She meets Kevin Doyle (James Marsden) when she is heartbroken because her sister is ready to marry a guy she secretly loves.
  5. Crazy, Stupid, Love
    This romantic comedy is a must-see. A movie about a heartbroken middle-aged man who meets a new younger friend who inspires him to start dating different women to cope with his sadness.
  6. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Joel (Jim Carrey) and Clementine (Kate Winslet) are in love but through different stages of their relationship. This is one of the best fantasy, drama, and love story ever made.
  7. Blue Jay
    Jim (Mark Duplass) and Amanda (Sarah Paulson), former high school sweethearts, bump into one another in a grocery store after not seeing each other in over 20 years. They decided to spend the night together reminiscing their past.
  8. Pieces of A Woman
    This film is one of the greatest movies on Netflix. It’s intense, authentic, and genuine. This film follows the journey of a heartbroken family through their grief after losing their baby during a home birth.
  9. A Star is Born
    A story of a struggling artist named Ally who meets Jackson, a musician, who helps her to pursue her dreams. Jackson is battling alcoholism as well as personal mental health issues.
  10. Enola Holmes
    Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown), Sherlock Holmes’ sister, is a brilliant girl on the hunt for her missing mother. In the middle of her adventure, she becomes involved in a mystery of a young wealthy boy who she meets on the run.
  11. Midsommar
    A brilliant horror drama follows a group of young people visiting Sweden to celebrate a traditional midsummer ritual. Unfortunately, their trip to Sweden had an unexpected moment. It stars Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor.
  12. Black Swan
    One of the best psychological horror films ever made. The story follows a ballerina, Nina (Natalie Portman), who is highly ambitious in her career. Nina’s dark side is pulled out by the arrival of Lily (Mila Kunis), a talented newcomer.

    There you have it! If you want to feel more relaxed, try drinking hot chocolate or tea while you watch your movie. Check out products by Muggo to keep your drink warm for as long as you can

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