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10 fantasy movies for excellent escapism

One of those '80s blockbusters now synonymous with its mainstream movie golden age, of family-friendly swashbucklers, high-octane action flicks and motley buddy comedies

Conan The Barbarian

Though a bit of a box office dud, the idiosyncratic picture is widely beloved in retrospect, not least for Bowie's starring turn as The Goblin King


Michelle Yeoh, and the many other Yeoh's that she inhabits, fights to prevent the collapse of the space-time continuum at the hands of her daughter

Everything, Everywhere All At Once

It centres a tremendous Kate Beckinsdale in the midst of a centuries-old secret war between vampires and werewolves (known as Lycans)


Paul's life changes when he meets a new inmate, who has magic powers to cure UTIs and return mice from the brink of death, & might just be the second coming of Christ

The Green Mile
Apple TV+

Human child Mowgli is raised by a pack of wolves in the jungles of India and learns about the tough life from a bear named Baloo and a panther named Bagheera

Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle

Welcome to the Jungle follows directly after the 1995 adventure comedy, transporting four students into a video game version of the original board game

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

A three-thousand-year epic portrayed in a tight hundred-and-eight minute, with visual pizzazz and a fun twofer of performances from the leads

Three Thousand Years Of Longing
Amazon Prime Video

Gary Ross' teenage dystopi-phon
still stands out as one of the most exciting YA adaptations of the early 2010s

The Hunger Games
Prime Video

Pulling a Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove, Tilda Swinton shapeshifts between three different roles, one of whom being an eerily credible elderly scientist

Prime Video

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