Former US President Barack Obama shared a list of his favorite movies on Twitter. The list included 14 of his most beloved films released in 2021.
Obama took to Twitter to share the list on Thursday and wrote in the caption, âThen these are my favorite movies of the year. Each of these movies tells a powerful story, and I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
The roster included films like West Side Story by Steven Spielberg, Passing by Rebecca Hall, The Power of the Dog by Jane Campion, The Tragedy of Macbeth by Joel Coen and C’mon, C’mon by Mike Mills. The list also included the film Judas and the Black Messiah, which won Oscars in the categories of Best Supporting Actor and Best Song.
The other movies that made the list 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 ?.
One Twitter user commented, âObama has exquisite taste. I love watching her choices which I have missed throughout the year. Another user commented on the tweet with a movie suggestion: “May I recommend Belfast? A beautiful film with so much humor and sorrow. One of Kenneth Branagh’s best movies. Jude Hill is a true wonder + gives me hope for the next generation of young actors. And @caitrionambalfe is absolutely awesome. “
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Last year, Barack Obama also shared a list of 14 movies and 10 TV shows that caught his eye. He captioned the post: “Like everyone else, we were stuck inside a lot this year, and with streaming further blurring the lines between theatrical films and TV features, I expanded the list. to include the visual storytelling that I enjoyed this year, regardless of the format.