What are some must see movies

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Ghostbusters (1984)

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Now is exactly the right time to revive a classic. Ivan Reitman's comedy from 1984 is a feel-good movie that excellently combines tension, science fiction and, above all, humor. The story about four ghost hunters in New York is a morality painting of the 80s and offers an iconic ending on an Art Deco high-rise. Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd in one of their big roles, just cult. The film is available on Netflix.

System sprinkler (2019)

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The film about nine-year-old Benni, who rushes through all instances of youth welfare, is an important film that takes time for its characters. Nora Fingscheidt's drama, which was awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlinale in 2019, generates an emotional impact and has a convincing protagonist in Helena Zengel. One of the most powerful German films in a long time, which does not swing the moral club, but shows understanding for everyone involved. The film can be seen on Netflix.

Yesterday (2019)

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What if nobody knew the Beatles? What would that mean for pop culture?

After a blackout, a young, unsuccessful musician realizes that he is the only one who knows the songs of the Fab Four from Liverpool. Danny Boyle's "Yesterday" is a kind hearted, deeply romantic comedy. The film bows to one of the most important bands of all time, has all the great hits of the mushroom heads ready in great new interpretations, convinces with strange situations and an amusing guest appearance by pop star Ed Sheeran. The film can be streamed on Amazon Prime.

Beautiful Boy (2019)

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Based on the memoirs of David Sheff, "Beautiful Boy" tells the heartbreaking, inspiring and true story of a drug addict young man and his father who tried everything to rid his son of his addiction to crystal meth. Steve Carell, actually booked on comedy material, captivates in his role as a father and experiences anger, worry and grief. Without much Hollywood pathos, Felix van Groeningen's drama is a calm, unpleasant, but at the same time hopeful film. The film is available from Amazon Prime.

Contempt (2019)

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The fourth part of the film adaptations by the Danish writer Jo Nesbø is the strongest part of the crime series. The special department Q is back on the job: a sullen commissioner, his sensitive assistant and their arranging secretary are reopening old cases and uncovering a dark chapter in the social democratic Danish post-war history. Dark, terrifying and captivating, the film alternates between two narrative levels and heads towards an exciting climax. The film is available from Amazon Prime.

Fyre (2019)

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A documentary that demystifies the fake influencer world on Instagram. The Fyre Festival, widely announced as a hip music and party event on an island in the Bahamas, is becoming more and more of a disaster when it comes to planning. Instead of the promised villas, the guests have to make do with tents, instead of luxury bedrooms there are rain-soaked mattresses. The documentary lets those involved have their say and meticulously retraces this incredible story. Exciting, exhilarating and in the end somehow shocking. "Fyre" is available on Netflix.

Follow the Money (2019)

The Danes can do it easily. They prove it again with this ten-part series, which tells of a captivating cat-and-mouse game about drugs and money laundering. There is no black or white here. The characters are multi-layered - from the dealer Nicky, who wants to get out with his little son in the future, to the policeman Alf, who suffers from insomnia and is addicted to tablets, to the bank clerk Anna, who no longer suffers from years of humiliation in family and work accepts and gets into illegal financial transactions. The third season of “Follow the Money” can currently be seen in the Arte media library.

Big cats and their predators (2020)

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What a crazy true crime documentary! Whenever you think it couldn't get any crazier, there comes a new twist - and boom: it gets even crazier. What is it about? About eccentric big cat owners in the USA, above all Joseph Schreibvogel alias Joe Exotic. The homosexual gun fanatic and zoo boss is engaged in a private feud with millionaire widow and animal rights activist Carol Baskin, which is increasingly escalating. Shrill, black humor, exciting. Available on Netflix.

Midsommar (2019)

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A horror film set in broad daylight? And should that work? It works. After “Hereditary”, US director Ari Aster has again made an interesting contribution to the genre. After the death of her family, student Dani travels to Sweden with her boyfriend and his buddies, where they want to celebrate the summer solstice with a strange sect. However, disturbing things soon begin to happen. Clever story about loss, empathy and power.

The Joy of painting (1983)

There is an artist in each of us. The American painter Bob Ross (1942-1995) showed us how to wake him up. With gentle brushstrokes and an even softer voice, he led through his half-hour programs, in which he created dreamy-kitschy pictures with titles such as “Indian Summer”, “Stormy Sea” or “Mountain Rhapsody”. There are old episodes in the ARD-Alpha media library. Perfect for coming down. And full of wisdom like "We don't make mistakes just happy little accidents".

 


Ranjo Doering

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Ranjo Doering has been with Heilbronner Voice since 2015. After his traineeship and one year as an editor at Hohenloher Zeitung, he has been working in the cultural department since 2018. His focus is on music, film, theater and cabaret.

Christoph Feil

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Christoph Feil has been with Heilbronner Voice since 2015. He works in the Life and Leisure Department. He also writes for the knowledge team, keeps an eye on the current book market and likes to ask people questions for the "Interview of the Week".