Top 10 Best on Demand Movies for 2018
On-demand movies are are the most awaited from the last few years. Many online videos on demand companies like internet giants Google, Amazon, Apple and FandangoNow have entered the market beyond the cable companies such as Xfinity movies on demand, Cox Fios, Charter, and Time-Warner. Some of the on-demand movies are available to rent under $10 while others cost high. The Cable companies give a brand name to their on-demand movie service. AT&T has its program “U-verse”, Verizon has “Fios”, Comcast on-demand has Xfinity, Time & Warner and Charter has “Spectrum” and so on. Here is the list of top 12 movies on-demand offered by different services.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Google Pay, Fios, FandangoNow and Amazon right now. The movie was released in 2017 with James Gunn as the director. The second part of the movie largely follows the playbook of the first film. The movie features a cute- Groot frolic, quiet badass attitude Zoe Saldana from Gamora, humorous ‘roid-rage Dave Bautista from Drax, Chris Pratt as Star-Lord, Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon. Throughout the movie, the comic elements seem to be on a higher side. Gunn maintains to determine that the audience have enough time between the laughs and there’s an increase in the volume of comic as well as the heart. The movie is not so different from its predecessor but Gunn knows what elements made the first part of the movie so enjoyable for the viewers. He has made sure that the sequel is worth the wait.
Girls Trip is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Optimum, Google Play, Fios, FandangoNow, DirecTV, Cox and Amazon at this point. The movie was released in 20177 with Malcolm D. Lee serving as the director. Girls Trip is a female-centered movie featuring a group of black girlfriends who set out on a trip to New Orleans. It’s not just about Girls Trip and them reconnecting over the same, but it’s about absurd, raunchy and disgusting comedy which is needed today. All these moments are so earned and delivered so excellently. The most important moments are wrapped up in such a way that you don’t realize there’s some kind of message hidden behind all this comedy. The movie features an incredible group of women who are just the right choice for the characters that they play. Queen Latifah, Jade Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish and Regina Hall has done phenomenal work. The writers of the movie have laid out such an outstanding foundation for the director, and the result is the biggest blast of the year.
A Dark Song
A Dark Song is available as movies on demand on Google Play, Fios, FandangoNow, and Amazon at this time. The Movie was released in 2017 with Liana Gavin as Director. In this movie, Catherine Walker plays Sophia who’s a grief-stricken mother; Steve Oram plays a no-nonsense occultist who is hired by Sophia. Both of them engage in a painstaking, long ritual to establish a connection with her dead son. This movie portrays the emotional, painful journey of Sophia and that “not knowing” is indeed scary.
War for the Planet of the Apes
War for the Planet of the Apes is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Optimum, Google Play, Fios, FandangoNow, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon at this time. The movie was released in 2017 with Matt Reeves as the director. It proved to be an intelligent finale of the series. The ending of the film is not so surprising, but it seems appropriate considering all that’s come before. This series portrays that there’s some flaw in the way communities operate which eventually endanger their well-being. The real war in the entire film is going on within the main character of the movie, Ceaser.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Google Play, Fios, FandangoNow, Cox, and Amazon at this time. The movie was released in 2017 with Jon Watts as the director. The film is a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s a Spiderman movie which embraces the source material and the threats of 21st-century teenage life on a full scale. The credit goes to Tom Holland who actually feels like a high school student and is playing the first iteration of Peter Parker. Holland is a likable face with a blend of charisma, uncertainty, and awkwardness.
It is available as movies on demand on Google Play, FandangoNow and Amazon right now. The movie was released in 2017 with Andy Muschietti as the director. It is yet another horror film of 2017, but it’s different because it broke nearly every horror movie record imaginable. It’s based on Stephen King’s novel which is transformed into something scary yet stylish and immensely entertaining movie. The things which hook the viewers throughout the movie is Bill Skarsgard. Skargard’s incessant drool, lazy eyes, and hypnotic face is something impossible to look away from.
Colossal is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Google Play, FandangoNow, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon right now. The movie was released in 2017 with Nacho Vigalondo as the director. Colossal is a story about martyrdom and sacrifice. It portrays several characters who are unlikeable and not good in any measurable way possible. It’s a dark, serious-minded movie than one would’ve imagined it to be. It shows a splash of feminist individualists and related purpose which wasn’t possible to portray if it involved comedy.
Logan is available as movies on demand on the spectrum, Google Play, FandangoNow, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon right now. It was released in 2017 with James Mangold as the director. It’s a movie that will upset every cinema goer who is not patient enough to sit for 135 long minutes and who perceive it to be slow. Logan is a great film if all the characters all given enough time to wallow invulnerability and take a moment to breathe. It has an intense ending to a character which is defined by the ferocity and tenacity of a wolverine.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Google Play, Optimum, Fios, FandangoNow, DirecTV and Amazon right now. The movie was released in 2017 with Yorgos Lanthimos as the director. The film portrays characters that resemble human but are not complete. Lanthimos has become a master in creating funny/queasy horror/comedy movies. His movies transform our universal anxieties into rich psychological satires in which ordinary surface give out dark and mostly bloody realities which we all are not ready to acknowledge.
Baby Driver is available as movies on demand on the spectrum, Optimum, Google Play, FandangoNw, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon right now. This movie was released in 2017 with Edgar Wright as the director. The movie is all about grooving on a particular hook which wright has set out for you and about sensation. The movie is right to left music which seems to be taken straight from the iPod of Wright. It’s a missile of endorphins which targets right onto the pleasure center of the film. We all imagine ourselves walking down the street listening to our favorite music with the volume on blast and not caring about anybody. Well, Wright has made his dream come true by essentially making this movie for real.
Get Out is available as movies on demand on Spectrum, Optimum, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon right now. The movie was released in 2017 with Jordan Peele as the director. The plot of getting Out includes Daniel Kaluuya as Chris and Allison Williams as Rose. Both of them plan on spending a weekend in a lavish mansion located in New York with her friends for throwing an annual bash. Things escalate when Chris start feeling out of place and being the “other” in a place full of people who aren’t like you. This movie is about being surrounded by whites while you’re black.
Dunkirk is available as movies on demand on U-Verse, Spectrum, Optimum, Google Play, FamdangoNow, Fios, Dish, DirecTV, Cox, and Amazon right now. The movie came out in 2017 with Christopher Nolan as the director. Dunkirk might be the best and true work of Nolan till date. Dunkirk is a fantastical achievement, and it has everything Nolan fights against and everything he appreciates.