You know the feeling you get when you leave the movie theatre, and it feels like you’re in the movie you just watched? This week’s releases will definitely give you this entranced feeling. If you want to let go and feel immersed and lost in a different world, then you should certainly book tickets for these upcoming movies.
With many South Korean productions slowly taking over with very impressive plots, Ashfall looks like the next big hit of Korean creation. After the eruption of an active volcano, many disastrous earthquakes happen in the aftermath. This results in a risk of the Korean peninsula getting completely destroyed. It’s refreshing to finally have these kinds of end-of-the-world scenarios and impossible missions take place somewhere other than the U.S. The movie was released back in 2019 in South Korea but is making its way around the world after the general recognition for Korean talent.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
The wait is finally over and the sequel for the 2018 movie, Venom, is here. This time the alien symbiote is in facing another evil alien symbiote known as Carnage. Spider-Man’s archenemy Venom (Tom Hardy), who devours humans like Cheetos, gets forced to battle the symbiote that accidentally gets into the body of a serial killer on death row (Woody Harrelson). The movie is an excellent addition to Marvel’s legacy and is a shift on the usual origin stories that most villains get.
Was it your dream as a kid to become a firefighter and save the lives of the innocent? Well, this movie will make you hold on tight to your 9-to-5 job as it shows the actual struggles and challenges that real-life firefighters have to go through. This Russian production showcases the heroic story of the firefighters who risked their lives to save people from the Krasnoyarsk Territory forest fires. A lot of the chilling and heart-stopping footage from the actual fires is added to the script.
The Last Duel
This masterpiece of a movie takes place during 14th century France. The shockingly 2021 relevant events of the film are portrayed by Matt Damon as Jean de Carrouges, whose wife, Marguerite (Jodie Comer), accuses his friend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) of raping her. This movie highlights the reality of violence against women and showcases how women go through assault and are yet not often believed.