The best movies on Apple TV Plus

Apple TV Plus It does not have a movie library as deep as Netflix or other streaming competitors. However, she has made A-Lists like Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington and Bill Murray – and even collected Oscars for the movie. kuda The appellations of the tragedy of Macbeth.

Here’s a look at some of the original movies to watch on Apple TV Plus.

The good news is that if you recently purchased an Apple product, you probably already have access to the streaming service for free. Here is a selection of the best movies so far…

See also: Apple TV Plus: Everything you need to know about Apple’s streaming service | The 11 Best Shows on Apple TV Plus

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Fireball: Visitors from the Darker Worlds (2020)

This stunning documentary explores the cultural and scientific impacts of meteorites and craters on Earth. It’s complicated but compelling stuff. The film interviews people like Norwegian jazz pianist Jon Larsen, who describes the feeling of owning a small meteorite: “No man has ever touched anything much older. It really does look like eternity in the eye.” One particular crater that we see near the beginning of the movie is absolutely amazing.

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This movie focuses on 17-year-old Ruby, who is the only deaf member of the deaf family. After excelling in a choir class in her high school, she is torn between supporting her family’s fishing business and fully pursuing her passion for music. Featuring an outstanding performance by Emilia Jones, CODA (which stands for “Child Deaf Adult”) is a touching story that deserves a place on this list. It’s this year’s Academy Award winning picture of the year.

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A dazzling animated film created by the Songs of the Sea staff, this is the third installment of Tom Moore’s “Irish Folklore Trilogy”. Probably one of the best animated films of 2020, it richly deserves an Oscar nomination against giants Disney and Pixar. Absolutely charming.

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The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)

Directed by the director’s duo of the Cohen brothers, Joel Cohen directed this adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, which received three Academy Award nominations this year. Sure, the English-language movie Shakespeare may not be for everyone, but the feature is undoubtedly great, and Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, and Alex Hassell give solid performances.

Who are you, Charlie Brown? (2021)

If you’re a Charlie Brown fan – let’s face it, who isn’t? -This informative, family-friendly documentary will get you off your feet (and you won’t even have to partake in the ill-fated kick of football). Narrated by Lupita Nyong’o, Who are you, Charlie Brown? This is a cute short film that explores the allure and origins of the classic cartoon character. But I’m gonna stop going like wah, wah, wah. Watch this now.

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You can read our full review of the Finch here, but the long story short: We loved it! Often overly sentimental, with some horrific “life lessons” but this post-apocalyptic tale of a lone survivor and a robot on one last road trip has real charm and is well worth watching.

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The year the earth changed (2021)

Nature is healing. No, really – it’s not about those satirical crocodile memes of early 2020 float in the pool or cats Luggage Trolley Ride. When humans deserted cities, parks, oceans, and a lot of other places during the COVID lockdowns in 2020, all kinds of wild creatures benefited. Narrated by the legendary David Attenborough, The Year the Earth Changed shows that we owe it to whales, penguins, leopards, and a whole host of other animals for less interference in their lives.

Billie Eilish: The World Is A Little Foggy (2021)

This raw documentary gives you a closer look at the life of singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, from her blockbuster hit Ocean Eyes to the James Bond theme recording No Time to Die. In the candid movie, Eilish faces the pressure of touring, creating music videos and writing and recording her awesome album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

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It’s a little light on topic, but The Banker, a biopic of Bernard Garrett — an enterprising black business owner who hired a white person to be the face of his company to get past racist attitudes — is at least worth watching.

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It’s easy to forget that Justin Timberlake is an accomplished actor, but Palmer will totally remind you of that fact. Palmer played a former convict who stumbles into the life of a young boy, hardly a major, but carried by Timberlake’s central performance. Prepare to tear.

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A fictionalized documentary by Bryce Dallas Howard about what it means to be a father in these times. Affect, well produced. A must watch, especially for parents.

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Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth (2020)

It’s more of an animated short than a movie, but given the subject matter (and the fact that Apple TV Plus doesn’t have that many movies) we’re going to add. Here We Go: Notes for Living on Planet Earth are heart-warming and perfect for families with young children.

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Starring Tom Hanks as a captain in the US Navy, Greyhound was well received upon its release and—and unlike most recent films—comes in a diminutive with 90 minutes of running time. Tense, well-acted and produced, and earning an Oscar nomination for her voice, Greyhound is perhaps one of the best movies available on Apple TV Plus.

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On The Rocks brings Sofia Coppola back alongside Bill Murray for the first time since A Very Murray Christmas. It’s basically a father and daughter drama. It’s a little more breezy than Coppola’s usual work, but that seems to fit Murray, whose charming and grueling performance elevates the world with the entire project.

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The Beastie Boys Story (2020)

Fight for your right to party with Beastie Boys Mike Diamond (Mike D) and Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock) as they tell the story of their music, and 40 years of friendship with the late Adam Yauch (MCA). This “live documentary experience” directed by longtime collaborator Spike Jonze serves as a fitting testament to these rap legends.

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Hala’s tale of coming of age tells a related story of the struggle to forge an identity, as a teenage girl balances her Islamic upbringing, her social life, and her identity as a high school student.

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