So, we’re into another phase of lockdown, and maybe you’re starting to feel like you physically and mentally cannot do another fitness workout.
Swap the squats for the sofa, and have some quality TV time. Settle down with your favourite snacks, and unwind with our top 10 picks for this week.
As always, if you have recommendations for any of our #FilmFridays, just drop us a tweet @OneWay_Arts and we’ll include your suggestion in next weeks post!
- Em xo
Your top 10 films this week...
1. Friday Night Dinner: 4od Comedy
TV show about a Jewish family, and their weekly dinners. Actually makes me laugh out loud, and it never gets old. Some classic family humour that I’m sure we can all relate to in one way or another. Lighthearted fun for this very unnerving time. @eemilymary
2. A Quiet Place: Netflix
A good old classic thriller film. Staring real life power couple, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, the story follows a family and their way of life in a post-apocalyptic world. Keeps you on the edge of your seat and your heart in your mouth. @eemilymary
3. Celebrity Dragrace: Netflix
Just like RuPaul’s Dragrace, but even more fun (who knew that was possible). It’s full of love and light, and just makes you smile. Three Celebrities compete in one challenge to become Americans next Celebrity Drag Superstar and to win money for their chosen charity. @eemilymary
4. Onward: Sky Movies
Brand new Disney Pixar film, released in March 2020. Beautiful adventure film, full of heart and soul. Two young sons go on a magical quest, to seek a Phoenix Gemstone, in order to see their Dad again. I absolutely loved every second. @eemilymary
5. Extraction: Netflix
Recently added to Netflix, this new film follows the life of an ex-soldier who is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international criminal lord. Staring Chris Hemsworth, this film is not to be missed for all you action/adventure loving film buffs out there. @eemilymary
6. The Simpsons: Disney+
Everyone’s seen at least one episode of this classic TV show. It’s nothing to take too seriously, very lighthearted, and it’s something that you can have on in the background, that doesn’t need your full attention. @jackalexkilby
7. Killing Eve: BBCiPlayer
“Honestly just the best thing ever.” Such a gripping programme, following the life of a female Assassin. It’s diverse, it’s thrilling and it’s all about feminism. Three seasons full of enthralling storylines and twists and turns that you could never imagine. 10/10. @DanniGoodwin123
8. The Last Kingdom: Netflix
As Alfred The Great defends his Kingdom from Norse invaders, Uhtred - born a Saxon but raised by Vikings - seeks to claim his ancestral birthright. If you love massive battle sequences, then it’s perfect @AndrewFrankie1
9. Whiplash: Amazon Prime
A promising young drummer enrols at a cut-throat music conservatory, where his dreams of greatness are mentored by an instructor who will stop at nothing to realise a students potential. I was glued to the screen, and it’s just an incredibly well made film and so, so gripping. @DanniGoodwin123
10. Dead To Me: Netflix
Just when you think you’ve worked out what’s happening, you’re thrown off course by this tantalising show. Flawless acting, and even more flawless storyline. Watch it. @paris_hoxton