11+ films to enjoy in your new home at Sequoia Life

Our top film selects for you to enjoy in your new Sequoia Life home: Aspen Mews or Mansell Vale 

Browse through our selection and choose the film you think will either keep you on your feet, make you feel warm & fuzzy, chase thrill seeking moments, or make your night be filled with laughter. Whichever classic you choose to watch, it’ll make for the perfect movie night with your new neighbours, families or loved ones.

 

  1. Last of the Mohicans

(Daniel Day Lewis and Madeline Stowe) Set during the colonial times at the height of the battle between England and France over the fate of the Americas, a group of native Americans protect the daughter of an English general from the Mohawks trying to kill them our of revenge.

 

  1. Tombstone

(Val Kilmer, Kurt Russel and Sam Elliot) Based on true events of the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona in the late 1800s, this is one of the best westerns ever produced for film. It is the story of iconic figures Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday and the events that made them famous figures in the old west.

 

  1. Sahara

(Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz) Based on one of Clive Cussler’s Dirk Pitt novels, we follow the adventures of Dirk, played by Matt McConaughey, as he searches for a confederate ship in the African desert where he uncovers a disease that is poisoning the drinking water of the region.

 

  1. Enchanted

(Amy Adams, James Marsden and Patrick Dempsey) This is a tale of a princes that is transported from her fairy tale kingdom into our world, specifically modern-day New York city, by an evil witch.

 

  1. About Time

(Bill Nighy and Rachel McAdams) A father informs his son on his 18th birthday that the men in their family have the unique gift of time travel. The young man uses this to shape his life and see alternative futures based on his decisions.

 

  1. The Greatest Showman

(Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron) From humble beginnings PT Barnham knew he was meant for so much more. This is the story of how the rise and fall of this iconic entertainer set to a musical. A lovely film.

 

  1. Ocean’s Eleven

(Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin/George Clooney and Brad Pitt) This movie was remade but still ahs plenty of the original flavour as the first run with the Rat Pack. If you love the “Chairman of the board” then you will appreciate the original, but if you prefer a more updated version with a more modern Las Vegas, the new Ocean’s Eleven does not disappoint.

 

  1. Everest

(Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin) Travel to the summit with one of the teams that traversed the cliffs and snowy passages of this tremendous mountain. A story of triumph and sacrifice.

 

  1. Now You See Me

(Jesse Eisenburg and Mark Ruffalo)

4 Magicians team up to take on their rich benefactor, the CEO of an insurance company, using the skills they each possess individually, all while being pursued by the FBI.

 

     10. 1917

(Benedict Cumberbatch and Colin Firth)

Set during World War 1, this is the epic tale of two British soldiers who had to brave great peril and cross enemy lines to deliver a message that would save 1600 of their fellow troops.

 

     11. James Bond – 007

The iconic British franchise – needs no introduction and with 24 (+ Bond 25 currently in cinemas), there’s no shortage of thrills! Tell us your favourite Bond by tagging us @SequoiaLife #SLmovielistJB