5 interesting movie recommendations based on Taylor Swift’s songs

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5 movie recommendations based on Taylor Swift’s songs

Let’s talk about movie recommendations. In 2019, at the AMAs, Taylor Swift was named Artist of the Decade. It was not a surprise since she is such a good singer and songwriter, as well as so many people’s inspiration.

I know it is a little late, but here are five movie recommendations with the same vibe as songs from Taylor Swift:

 no body, no crime featuring HAIM: Rebecca (2020)

Taylor Swift herself said that the main inspiration for the song was the book ‘Rebecca’, written by Daphne du Maurier. Taylor said that she wrote it after she finished reading the book. The movie presents the same story as the novel. Ghosts, secrets, murder, they all have them. You can find it on Netflix, so watch it. I’m sure you’ll love it as much as you loved the song.

 august: Call me by your name (2017)

After I first listened to august I immediately thought of that movie. Call me by your name was filmed in Italy. That’s where Elio lives. He, a teenager, develops feelings for his father’s temporary assistant. By watching the movie, you’ll see how that happens and how their relationship changes. Also, Elio is played by Timothee Chalamet. I mean, what more can you ask for?

Look what you made me do – Gone Girl (2014)

Gone Girl is David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling mystery. It starts with a couple’s fifth wedding anniversary. That day, the wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike) starts missing.
The police first think that the husband has done something, but there are so many plot twists that I couldn’t decide what I thought until I found out what really happened. And the end just shocked me.

 I did something bad – Jennifer’s body (2009)

I don’t think this movie even needs an introduction. It’s Megan Fox’s most iconic and known role. I am sure you have heard about it, so hurry up if you haven’t watched the movie yet. Don’t miss the chance to watch Jennifer (Megan Fox) eating some boys.

 London boy – Notting Hill (1999)

If Hugh Grant on his own doesn’t say London boy, then this movie certainly will. Notting Hill is about William, a British bookseller who falls in love with Anna (Julia Roberts), an American actress.
They have a hard time trying to make it work, and you will also see how hard being a celebrity can be sometimes. I have watched it more than five times, that has to mean something.
So, if you like any of these songs from Taylor, watch the movie too. I loved every single one of them almost as much as I love her.

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