From Harry Potter to The Shawshank Redemption, these movies are sure to keep you entertained on a rainy day.
The worst thing about a wet day is having your plans disrupted. When you wake up in the morning and see the world is a gloomy, rainy mess, it’s hard not to want to roll back into bed. There are a number of movies that might help make the day go a little more smoothly, even if it’s just for a few minutes.
When it’s raining or storming, it makes for a great backdrop for a movie. Wet day blues can be alleviated by watching a movie with a favorite snack in hand, whether the actors on screen are also experiencing rainy circumstances or the pitter-patter outside adds to the experience.
1. Frankenstein (1931)
Lightning flashes overhead, thunder rumbles, and a steady rain falls on the roof. Frankenstein, a 1931 horror classic, is a wonderful fit for these settings. One of the films that helped start the Universal Monster obsession in the 1930s through the 1950s is the legendary Boris Karloff feature. The black and white chiller is perfectly complemented by a storm raging outside. At a time when lightning is striking outside, a fabled creature is brought to life in the picture. There are a number of horrific experiments that may be taking place right next door to the storm depicted in the film.
2. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
While cooped up in the house, it would be appropriate to watch a movie about a prison inmate.
It’s based on a Stephen King short tale, although it’s a long cry from his usual horror fare. No wonder it’s one of the best-received films in history. All three genres are represented in the film. Perfect for keeping people entertained while it’s raining outside.
As an added bonus, the film boasts one of the most memorable rain scenes in cinematic history. To think that Andy slipped out of captivity in the wet outside makes the movie even more special to see at any time.
3. Jurassic Park (1993)
When the weather is bad and you’re looking for anything to keep you entertained, few options are better thanJurassic Park. Since its premiere in 1993, the popular dinosaur thriller has enthralled audiences and continues to do so with each new generation. When a storm prevented the actors from escaping, their plans were also wrecked by rain that should be familiar to anyone who has been caught in a downpour in the past few days. As frustrating as it is to watch the rain fall outside, at least spectators don’t have to worry about a T-Rex in the process.
4. Harry Potter Franchise (2001-2011)
If you’ve got a long string of rainy days ahead of you, these are some movies that might help. The Harry Potter series includes a lot of dread and gloom, but it’s the gleam of hope amid the darkness that makes it excellent for rainy day viewing.
It’s the characters’ ability to meet and conquer challenges that makes their triumph all the sweeter, despite the fact that they undoubtedly go through their fair share of trials. The real-life rain nicely complements the somber visuals, but the hopeful tones enable the spectator dream of happier days ahead where they aren’t locked in the house………………………………………………….
5. The Princess Bride (1987)
Seeing the rain may bring back memories for some people of a simpler time in their lives when they were children. The Princess Bride is a film that many people find nostalgic. In spite of the fact that the film was not a part of many children’s childhoods, it had the power to bring back memories of childhood fairy tales. A love story at its core, yet an adventure film on every other level, is the premise of this film. You may be transported back in time, or you may be inspired to join the protagonists on a journey far away from the terrible weather in which they find themselves in this film.
6. Titanic (1997)
When it’s raining, it’s easy to fall into a depressed state of mind. As a starting point, James Cameron’s Titanic would be an excellent choice. As one of the most popular movies of all time, it’s an excellent choice for a rainy day. The final part of the film, as heartbreaking as it is, is filled with a love story that has enthralled audiences for over twenty four years.
Even though the final scene shows two lovers reunited in the rain, joyous tears will also fall as a result of the film’s final shot.
Titanic is a great movie to watch in any weather, but watching it in the rain might enhance the experience.
7. Cast Away (2000)
Cast Away is a film that elicits a strong emotional response from the audience. Normally, Tom Hanks is a force to be reckoned with, but here he is forced to do much of the heavy lifting. Many people will watch the rain and imagine numerous situations while doing so. For example, they may be on a desolate island, which would fit well in with this film’s plot. In the movie, there are a number of intense storms that will keep the spectator riveted as they experience their own wet storms. A cheerful film on a depressing day, it reveals what the human spirit is capable of when tested to its limits.
8. Mary Poppins (1964)
Mary Poppins is a wonderful opportunity to relive the carefree days of youth, in the same way that The Princess Bride does. The film is a classic from Disney’s golden era, and it still stands the test of time. As a soundtrack accompanying a rainstorm, songs like “Feed the Birds” would be ideal for rooftop shots.
The atmosphere created by this film, along with the peculiar atmosphere created by a rainy day, results in a cinematic experience that is nearly impossible to define. The only thing better than watching Mary Poppins in the midst of a thunderstorm is watching it during one.
9. Spirited Away (2001)
Those who get the chance to see Spirited Away should take it. One of the finest animated films of all time, as well as a serious candidate for the greatest film of all time. The movie is dark when it needs to be, whimsical when it needs to be, and sincere throughout. In addition to a soggy day, other favorable circumstances include a quiet evening in with a cup of tea. The film’s soundtrack is enhanced by the sound of rain on the roof and distant thunder. It’s almost as though the combination of these things creates a dreamy state in the observer. While wet weather is ideal, the greatest time to see the film is in any weather.
10. Casablanca (1942)
This is a film that many consider to be one of the greatest ever created, making it ideal for a rainy day viewing.
In terms of romantic fiction, Casablanca is one of the most recognizable tales of love. The sound of rain is the ideal accompaniment to this heartbreaking love story of two people who were forced to be apart because of their circumstances. As a result of the film, audiences will be filled with a wide range of feelings. Outside, it’s raining, and Rick is reading Ilsa’s letter while waiting for a train. It’s the perfect combination. The picture is a worthy successor to classics like Citizen Kane and The Godfather and a welcome addition to any film festival schedule.