Pandemic Movies To Watch During Pandemic: People say that you can cut a diamond only with another. This fact can also be applied to the current situation with the pandemic. Knowing that generations have already survived pandemics either in fiction or inspired from true incidents, can be a great confidence booster to the current generation suffering from the deadly COVID pandemic.
To get a sense of comradeship or mental support to overcome the problematic pandemic, one method can be watching fulfilling movies.
Some people search serenity in contrast, i.e. overcome a sad situation watching a comedy where happiness becomes infectious. Others search for a company in the movie characters and learn to get over difficult situations together.
And for people like those in need of companionship during the COVID crisis, this article brings to you the best of the movies which dealt with outbreaks and pandemics in an inspiring manner. Get hope from these movies that there is a day awaiting the end of the dawn.
A movie that is definitely going to be in the top of the list of pandemic movies. This movie is the literal depiction of today’s world.
A masterpiece by the renowned director Steven Spielberg, the movie features an equally stunning star cast: Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jude Law, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
The movie shows the health workers, doctors and government struggling to deal with the virus that is rapidly spreading all while trying to find a cure before more lives are lost.
A must watch in the times of pandemic. This movie will help us to understand the struggles of all those that are working to keep us healthy. You can watch it on Amazon Prime.
IMDB Rating: 6.7/10.
Do not be misled or disheartened by the age of the movie. A classic in its own right, the outbreak is a much more contained and sophisticated version of the contagion.
This movie drives on hope rather than the struggles of a pandemic and thus an excellent choice for those that can absorb only so much of melancholy.
The outbreak is a movie that has it all. It has the adrenaline rush of having to deal with a virus outbreak as well as the juicy parts of various conspiracy theories weaving in the background, a perfect match to the current situation.
Starring big names in the industry like Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman, you can watch this Movie on Netflix.
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10.
Train to Busan (2016):
A movie that is sure to make this list. An emotional rollercoaster is depicting the desperation of a father to save his daughter from a rapidly spreading Zombie virus all on an inescapable train ride from Seoul to Busan.
A movie that not only contains fear but hope and love, this movie will leave you satisfied and optimistic though your face will suffer the tear marks that are sure to leave their trial.
Though it is kind of ironic that a sequel to a pandemic movie has to be postponed due to an ongoing pandemic that is real. Let us await another tear-jerker with the sequel named Peninsula.
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10.
A different take on the pandemic situation resulted in this classic movie. Most outbreak movies deal with a virus resulting in a gory and frightening death. However, this movie depicts a virus rendering people blind.
A movie dealing with the human aspect of surviving a pandemic rather than the scientific and political part. This movie stands to be an eye-opener to those that are forgetting humanity.
Giving the much-needed message that understanding a situation in a different perspective can give the strength to deal with a global crisis, this movie is a much-required morale booster amid the COVID crisis. In addition to this, you get the message delivered by a fantastic star cast including Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo.
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10.
Enjoy the films mentioned above during this pandemic. These films are so alluringly written that while watching, you would not be pushed into the depths of hell of doubt regarding surviving the pandemic. And you might even gain a new optimism and hope to become a better person. Have an insightful watch with these intellectual films.