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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga
Releasing on June 26, 2020, this American comedy film has to be a part of your watchlist. Originally to be released in May 2020 along with the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, the release was delayed due to COVID-19. This is now all set to release on Netflix.
This movie is based on two Icelandic signers who fight against their rivals to win at the titular music competition. With light comedy and some fun scenes, this sure will be a good treat to the eyes.
Umbrellas Of Cherbourg
All set to release on June 15, French classic Umbrellas of Cherbourg is best described as three phases of time in which a young woman and man fall in love and plan to marry but get separated when the young man has to serve in the Algerian War, and when he comes back the woman has left the town.
It sounds like an old story but let’s not be too quick to judge. The visuals and music of the film will amaze you and you will be carried away by the attractive elements used in the film. How the three phases of their life are presented will make you stick to it till the end.
How we could have dropped this off our list? The most awaited Disney release, Artemis Fowl will be out on June 12 on Disney+. One of the big-budgeted films of the year, Artemis Fowl is based on the bestselling fantasy novels of Eoin Colfer, with the titular hero, a 13-year-old criminal mastermind.
This movie will appeal to fans of James Bond, Men in Black, and films alike with a similar portrayal of spying and use of futuristic weapons.
Haven’t you watched it yet? Rosehaven‘s previous 3 seasons are already out. Rosehaven includes a series of small dramas that happen in the everyday life of two friends played by Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor.
This Tasmanian comedy series is full of life affirming moments touched on by the lives of accidental real estate agents. The series is fun to watch, where at times you will not stop yourself from laughing out loud. You can watch it on Amazon Prime.
Jumanji is already out on June 1. Unlike its video game themed remakes, the original Jumanji is based on a board game that possesses some supernatural powers. It is supposed to come to life whenever someone rolls a dice. The main leads find the board game and begin playing without realising the powers it possesses. They are then transferred to an alternative universe where they find someone who has been trapped there for 26 years.
It’s a gripping and intense to watch.