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7 Entertaining and Aesthetic Movies to Binge-Watch

Here you’ll find seven movies released in the last twenty-five years that make the best modern aesthetic pleasing movies to binge-watch.

7 Entertaining and Aesthetic Movies to Binge-Watch

It’s about genuinely aesthetic movies that students love to watch for hours and then talk about that make Saturday nights worth living. Afterward, it’s those same films that end up the subject of entertainment essays. 

In this article, you’ll find seven movies released in the last twenty-five years that make the best modern aesthetic pleasing movies to binge-watch:

The Matrix (1999) 

This film is among the most beautiful to watch for its dark, sassy sense of fashion and urban sprawl that is deliberately surreal. The Matrix features a hacker who realizes that the world is just a dream, and reality is a waking nightmare. 

Many free websites have samples of this movie available. This is a movie that dazzles with its images and features CGI, which still holds up under scrutiny today!

Released in 1999, it’s still popular among viewers of all age groups, including students. As several free essay samples that can be found online suggest, students often write about this masterpiece, describing its unique dystopian atmosphere. This is also the case when one needs to choose essays on entertainment, as the movie will definitely engage every viewer from the very first seconds.  

The Cell (2000)

This beautiful movie involves a therapist who can enter people’s dreams through fictional technology. Her world is sent into turmoil when she has to enter the mind of a serial killer to locate his last victim, who is still alive somewhere. . .and the clock is ticking.

Critics were divided on the plot of this film, but they weren’t on the stunning visuals. There are captivating scenes borrowed from art, nightmares, and vivid dreams, which all combine to make this movie a great subject for entertainment topics to write about.

What Dreams May Come (1998)

Due to mixed reviews, this film is an oft-overlooked film for aesthetics. In this adventure, a pediatrician dies in a car crash only to discover that heaven is not what he thought it would be.

This film is truly a treat to behold for its wondrous visuals of a possible afterlife where anything is possible.

Titan A.E. (2000)

An underrated installment on the list, Titan A.E. is an animated film that involves the destruction of Earth and the journey to create a new home for the human race. It underperformed at the box office and got mixed reviews, but it did develop a cult following.

The reason to watch this one is not just for a surprisingly good plot but for the beautiful backgrounds of nebulae and planets that this story takes place against. It’s that unique take on aesthetics that make this film one that many students choose to write an essay on entertainment about.

The Great Gatsby (2013)

Baz Luhrmann’s films have their fans, and this one is no exception. The Great Gatsby is based on the book of the same name and involves a quest for impossible love during the heights of Prohibition in 1920s New York.

This film is great for giving a surrealistic quality to the illegal drunken parties of the Prohibition era. Even for people who aren’t big on the director, it still deserves a place on the list of beautiful movies to watch. 

Inception (2010)

This near-future film also relies on non-existent techniques and technology for people to enter the dreams of another. Despite a credibility-stretching premise, it does have a complex and rewarding plot.

What’s more, the plot allows for all sorts of fascinating visuals because of large parts of it being set in the dream world.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (2001-2003)

Years in the making, this adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s legendary trilogy of novels finds Frodo on a path to take the one ring to the only place it can be destroyed: Mount Doom.

Peter Jackson is known for creating aesthetically pleasing movies when it comes to directing, and this trilogy of films is no exception. Just be aware that binge-watching these three films will take somewhere in the range of about twelve hours!

The truly remarkable center of what makes this film so visually appealing is its location. In this film, we see so much of what makes New Zealand an incredible country. That combined with glowing cities of white and vast armies of evil make this entire trilogy a feast for the eye!

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Frankie Stein is from Italy, but lives in Ingolstadt, Germany. Her hobbies are: reading about science, doing experiments, and travelling. She's been all around Europe and loves Scotland, London, and Russia. Her boyfriend is called Victor and they both love listening to The Cure, reading Byron, and gazing upon William Blake prints.

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