International Blockbusters: Films from Around the World to Keep an Eye On
It’s time for new beginnings, updated exercise plans, and awful movies. That last bit, however, isn’t quite as it used to be, as studios are gradually realising that the impact of international blockbusters on global audiences will visit theatres regardless of the season if they see a good film. Here are this month’s top picks, which offer a variety of genres to suit all tastes, including horror, action, and even a musical. These are the best movies that 2024 has to offer!
Retaliation tastes as sweet as honey. Jason Statham plays a beekeeper in David Ayer’s newest action thriller, End of Watch, Fury, who possesses a specific set of abilities: He was once a part of the incredible covert special operations group known as the Beekeepers.
Leading the Spider-Man spinoff is Dakota Johnson, who plays clairvoyant Spider-Woman, who gets mixed up with a bunch of superheroes. The international blockbusters shape the landscape of modern film also stars Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, and Tahar Rahim.
Matthew Vaughn’s action-comedy “Argylle” stars Dua Lipa, Henry Cavill, John Cena, Samuel L. Jackson, and Ariana Debose among its star-studded cast. The main character, played by Bryce Dallas Howard, is Ellie Conway, a spy novelist who discovers that the events in her books are happening and that the spies she had assumed were imaginary are now pursuing her.
The Clarence Book
Director James Samuel aims to do for the biblical epic what he did for Westerns with The Harder They Fall (2021). The diverse gems in the world of international cinema tells the story of Clarence (LaKeith Stanfield), a part-time gladiator who witnesses Jesus preaching peace and performing miracles. He also decides to identify as a messiah, which lands him in hot water when James McAvoy, a Roman officer, starts to clamp down on any potential threats to the Empire.