Netflix's Best Fantasy Films

Netflix's Best Fantasy Films ...

The NeverEnding Story and Jumanji have a remarkably reasonable set of options, although Stardust and The Old Guard are all set to enjoy, or you can shake off the guilt over the Errementari. There's something for everyone.

Below are a few suggestions for a fascinating gem.

Big Fish (2003)

Expect a wonderful tale that may or may not be true. Will Bloom (Billy Crudup) visits his dying father, who has unexpectedly difficult and difficult life experiences. This captivating, Tim Burton-directed trip brings us back to Edward Bloom's (Ewan McGregor) youth, where we see his stories play out for ourselves. Big Fish is a pleasure catch with witches, a circus, and bank robberies.

(2011) Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris is as romantic as the city in which its protagonist strolls. Owen Wilson plays Gil Pender, a lost screenwriter who escapes his strained relationship during trips back in time to the 1960s, where he meets Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald. Witty, lighthearted, and enchanting

Where the Wild Things Are (2009)

The same name for the children's book, Where the Wild Things Are will appeal to adults as much as younger viewers. A lonely boy escapes hardship at home, including his parents' divorce, by sailing off across a small pond that leads to an ocean and, at the end, an island where he eventually rules over the fluffy and monstrous inhabitants. This fantasy adventure is a unique, sometimes melancholic picture book come to life.

The Water Man (2020)

The Water Man will not be for everybody. This family friendly adventure focuses on themes such as grief, loss, and friendship. Gunner, an Eleven-year-old boy, travels to a new country, where his escapism sets him back to a fairy tale forest, where his imagination comes alive. An adventurous tale involving larger issues.

Stardust (2007)

With Neil Gaiman's same name, Stardust follows Tristan Thorn (Cox) as a young man. Do they fall in love with the stars? Even if it can go wild with its silliness at times.

The Old Guard (2020)

The Old Guard is a versatile action scene that begins with star Charlize Theron's gunshots. Andy is the lead player in a variety of mercenaries, including a knight who fought in the Crusades. Theron embarks on a revenge mission, bringing progressive heroes and slick fights, although it can't dodge every misconception.

(2016) A Monster Calls

This dark fantasy drama comes from J.A. Bayona, a Spanish director who has expanded into several large franchise chapters, including Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the next two episodes of Prime Video's Lord of the Rings series. Though perhaps his best work is centered on coming-of-age tales; A Monster Calls follows a troubled young boy who encounters a tree in return. A Monster Calls has a strong, moving perspective, with its roots in darker themes.

Nightbooks (2021)

This dark fantasy, co-produced by Sam Raimi, is inscribed with exceptional horror credentials. Nightbooks explores a mystery about a young boy who must discover how to escape the magical apartment owned by Krysten Ritter's witch Natacha. A tomb of pleasure.

The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)

Enjoy two doses of Freddie Highmore's acting skills, inspired by a similar name in this fantasy. The Spiderwick Chronicles is steeped in the world of forest fairies, with many varieties of of them chronicled in a handy and sought-after field guide. The Spiderwick Chronicles is a busy yet entertaining fantasy flick.

A Boy Who Was Known for Christmas (2021)

A Christmas cracker with lots of holiday spirit. A Boy Called Christmas won't win any awards for originality, but it certainly delivers what it says on the tin. Young Nikolas is embarking on a quest to search the fabled village of the elves, with his pal Blitzen in the way. No prizes for anticipating gift-giving anxieties

Errementari (2017)

We travel to Halloween, where Errementari, translated from Spanish as The Blacksmith, is a horror fantasy about a deal with the devil. In northern Spain during the 1830s, a blacksmith holds a demon in captivity, until an orphan girl unwittingly releases it. This hellish horror is hampered by surprising amounts of dark comedy.

Marvel, Netflix, DC, and other cinematic venues will release their films in 2022.

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