Movies you should watch if you loved Malcolm & Marie
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Movies you should watch if you loved Malcolm & Marie
By Shaheen | OTTPlay
Apr 04, 2021

Zendaya and John David Washington starrer Malcolm & Marie, a story of a couple analyzing their relationship, released on Netflix India.

The film raises many questions - about the society, world of glamour and two individuals who need to work through differences created by those factors.

The intense yet satisfying movie talks about love all the way. In the past too, a few movies have spoken about love and how that love had to overcome every single obstacle.

Take a look...

8OTTplay Rating
Shoojit Sircar had also used the exact same emotion as used by Malcom & Marie in his movie, October. He had called Varun Dhawan-Banita Sandhu starrer "Not a love story, but a story of love." The Dan-Shuili story was definitely one of the most heart-touching releases in Bollywood in 2018. The film is available on Amazon Prime Video for Indian audiences' viewing.
Call Me by Your Name
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A soft yet passionate love story between two men, Call Me By Your Name is the perfect definition of love. Starring Armie Harmer as Oliver and Timothee Chalamet as Elio, the film explored the secret love story between the two characters. The execution of the film was especially brilliant, so much that James Ivory won an Oscar award for the screenplay of the movie. Call Me By Your Name is available for Indian viewers on Netflix.
La La Land
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Is there a better way to express love than music? La La Land is the perfect musical romance to catch up on if you loved Malcolm & Marie. The story of La La Land is based on Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone)'s common passion in life. However, a few decisions could sway their relationship into the wrong direction. The film is available for viewing on Disney+Hotstar.
Revolutionary Road
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's Revolutionary Road, available on Amazon Prime Video, is a story which is very similar to Malcolm & Marie. The Sam Mendes directorial shows how the resentment in Frank (DiCaprio) and April (Winslet)'s lifestyle, changes into resentment for one another.
The Shape of Water
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A verbally challenged lady named Elisa (Sally Hawkins) falls in love with an experimental creature (Amphibian man, played by Doug Jones). Due to their circumstances, they both try to work through all their difficulties and obstacles. If that isn't a beautiful kind of love, we don't know what is. The Shape of Water is available for viewing on Disney+Hotstar.

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