- President Barack Obama shared a rundown of his cherished movies on Twitter. The rundown included 14 of his most-enjoyed films delivered in 2021.
On Thursday, Obama took to Twitter to share the rundown and wrote in the inscription, “Next up are my cherished films of the year. Every one of these movies recounts an amazing story, and I trust you appreciate them however much I did.”
The rundown included movies like Steven Spielberg’s executive West Side Story, Rebecca Hall’s Passing, Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth, and Mike Mills’ C’mon, C’mon.
Likewise, the rundown had the film Judas and the Black Messiah, which won Oscars in the Best Supporting Actor and Best Song Categories.
Different movies that came to the rundown were, Drive My Car, Summer of Soul, Pig, The Card Counter, The Worst Person in the World, Old Henry, The Last Duel and Quo Vadia, Aida?.
A Twitter client remarked, “Obama has an impeccable taste. I love watching his picks that I missed consistently.” Another client remarked on the tweet with a film idea: “May I suggest Belfast? A wonderful film with so much humor + tragedy the same.
One of Kenneth Branagh’s best movies. Jude Hill is a genuine marvel + gives me expect the up-and-coming age of youthful entertainers. Also, @caitrionambaltally splendid.”
Last year likewise, Barack Obama shared a rundown of 14 movies and 10 network shows that caught his eye. He subtitled the post: “Like every other person, we were stuck inside a ton this year, and with streaming further obscuring the lines between dramatic films and TV highlights, I’ve extended the rundown to incorporate visual narrating that I’ve partaken in this year, paying little mind to organize.”