Looking for something to watch during Spring Break?

Check out Ella’s picks

Ella Ettlin, Editor

  • Audrey – This documentary follows the life of Audrey Hepburn and takes a look at her in a different lens *Number one recommendation on this list*
  • My Week with Marilyn – A super underrated movie with a fantastic performance from Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe
  • Amanda Knox – A different perspective of the Amanda Knox trial that took place in 2007
  • Taxi Driver – Young DeNiro in an iconic role that will leave you thinking about the next time you get into a taxi
  • Snowden – You follow extradited Edward Snowden’s life played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and story as he exposes the NSA’s secrets 
  • Rebecca – Even though Lily James and Armie Hammer both have damning allegations surrounding them currently, they both play spectacular roles as the 1938 novel comes to life
  • Pan’s Labyrinth – Oscar-winning Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth is a walk into dark Spain in 1944 
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World – Michael Cera with a guitar fighting people. No need to say more
  • The Social Network – Oscar-Winning “The Social Network” follows a young Mark Zuckerburg played by Jesse Eisenburg and how Facebook came to be
  • Moonlight – In this 2016 film infamous for the actual Best Film award at the Oscars versus Lala Land, we watch a black man grow up in Miami and his life experiences
  • The Danish Girl – Redmayne’s performance of Lili Elbe who in real life and the movie is a Transgender icon, is spot on for bring this story to life
  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – The infamous novel gets brought to life by Daniel Craig, Christopher Plummer, and Rooney Mara as we watch the non-traditional investigation unfolded into Plummer’s murdered niece
  • Shutter Island – DiCaprio and Ruffalo in a movie side-by-side?!? Awesome.
  • About Time – A criminally underrated romantic comedy follows a man who learns an important lesson about time travel and life
  • Theory of Everything – Redmayne’s Oscar-winning portrayal of Stephen Hawking takes us on the journey of his life
  • Scandal in Sorrento – Sophia Loren stars in this classic movie which again is a must-see for anyone who enjoys older movies. Plus, it is extremely aesthetically pleasing
  • The Trial of Chicago 7 – This Oscar-nominated movie looks at a trial in 1969 following 7 people who were charged with felonies coming from protests of the Democratic National Convention
  • The Artist – A silent film made in 2011? Definitely, a must-see for anyone who likes classic movies
  • Lady Bird – Timothee Chalamet playing a bass. Absolutely fantastic 
  • Veronica – The only movie to actually terrify me to the point where I had to shut it off

The King – Chalamet in a different light plays young King Henry V and tells a tale of his life struggles