5 Comedy Flicks for Your Staycation Movie Marathon
If you are taking a wonderful family escapade at some of the cozy log cabins in Branson and prefer to stay inside the cabin most of the time, be sure to bring your favorite movies so you can have a wonderful staycation movie marathon.
Log cabin accommodations at The Grand Mountain are fully equipped with cable TV with HBO, internet access, and dvd player giving you the opportunity to enjoy tv programs, internet, and hilarious movies. These log cabins in Branson are beautifully located in a secluded area where you’ll find it perfect to watch these 5 comedy flicks inside your accommodation.
1. Blockers (Universal Pictures)
When you watch the brief two-minute clip of this movie, it looks like a teen comedy where a bunch of parents try to stop their kids from losing their virginity on prom night. This film takes a responsible approach to both parenting and sexuality. You’ll see scenes of John Cena butt-chugging and trying to sneak around a house while avoiding two parents involved in a kinky blindfold sex romp, but it does have topics about autonomy, consent, and the path to sexual maturity.
2. Paddington 2 (Studio Canal)
This is a movie that everyone needs to see in 2018. Here is a little bear that can find the good in everyone – a character that rises above greed, bigotry, and the feeling that the world we live in is a dark and terrible place. Now living with the Brown family in Windsor Gardens, Paddington tries to find a birthday gift for his Aunt Lucy when he gets framed for a burglary by a washed up actor portrayed by Hugh Grant.
3. Isle of Dogs (20th Century Fox)
The dollhouse style of Wes Anderson can reach its ultimate potential. Anderson uses his own script in his second attempt at an animated feature. It details a young hero trying to find his exiled dog on a trash island outside of Megasaki City. This film hits on a number of important topics of 2018, including deportation, government corruption, and the power of free press.
4. Thoroughbreds (Focus Features)
This is a story about the teens that can be a true comedy fodder. Whether it be dealing with popularity or anxiety, there’s a lot of weird emotions that can be ripe for comedy. But the feelings in Thoroughbreds are hardly that innocent. The film follows Lily (Anya Taylor-Joy) and Amanda (Olivia Cooke) as they bond over their hatred of Lily’s stepfather Mark, which evolves into an elaborate murder plot.
5. Game Night (Warner Bros.)
Once a man reaches a certain age, game nights can give boring suburban adults a sense of thrill and accomplishment that they might not be getting out of their middle-aged lives. In this movie, a super competitive couple (Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams) see their weekly game night go absolutely crazy when a murder mystery party turns into an actual kidnapping.
Log cabins in Branson are some of the best places to stay when you want to enjoy movie marathon as they are equipped with entertainment system.