16 Movies Like Submarine

The leading roles in the coming-of-age comedy-drama film Submarine were played by Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige, Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine, and Sally Hawkins.

The movie was released in 2010. Richard Ayoade was not only the writer of the screenplay but also the director of the movie and worked in both of those capacities for the picture.

The film is a co-production between the United States of America and the United Kingdom. It is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Joe Dunthorne and published for the first time in 2008. Ayoade made his directorial debut with the film “Submarine,” which was also his first feature film.

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1. Isle of Dogs (2018)


In a not too distant dystopian future, an outbreak of the so-called "dog flu" has created havoc in Japan. As a result, all dogs have been isolated on an island filled with waste, citing fears of the effect the disease will have on the human population. When Atari, a boy of 12 years old, discovers that his dog has gone missing, he sneaks out to the pound in an effort to find his cherished companion. Along the way, he enlists…

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2. The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)


This magnificent caper directed by Wes Anderson is set in the old-world elegance of Europe in the years between the world wars, and it features both his signature dry wit and his visual ingenuity. At the luxurious Grand Budapest Hotel, the concierge is known by his initials, M. As Gustave and his teenage protégé Zero are swept up in a conspiracy involving the theft of a precious Renaissance painting and the battle for a vast family fortune — all the…

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3. Faces Places


Agnés Varda, who is 89 years old and is considered to be one of the key leaders of the French New Wave, and JR, who is 33 years old and is regarded as a French photographer and muralist, collaborated to co-direct this captivating documentary/road movie. Varda and JR are kindred spirits who share a lifetime enthusiasm for pictures and the various ways in which they may be created, exhibited, and shared. Together, they explore the rural areas of France in…

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4. Hunt for the Wilderpeople


Taika Waititi is the writer and director of the film Hunt for the Wilderpeople, which was released in New Zealand in 2016. The film is an action-packed comedy-drama and was set in New Zealand. The novel Wild Pork and Watercress, which was written by Barry Crump, served as the basis for the film's screenplay, which was adapted from the novel. After making their getaway into the wilderness of New Zealand, "Uncle" Hector and Ricky Baker, who was raised by Hector…

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5. Sound of Noise


The movie "Sound of Noise" isn't going to win any awards for its star power or lavish production design, but the proper kind of specialty distributor could be able to milk it for some respectable profits. It certainly doesn't hurt that it has has a subtle but endearing romantic comedy element to it, either.Amadeus Warnebring, a veteran police officer, comes from a talented and famous musical family; nevertheless, he despises all types of music and has been tone-deaf since birth.…

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6. Moonrise Kingdom (2012)


A narrative that will torment and surprise you about children and adults who lived through the stormy days of summer in 1965.Moonrise Kingdom is a film that chronicles the narrative of two children, both twelve years old, who fall in love, make a secret vow, and then run away into the woods together. The movie takes place in summer of 1965 on an island off the coast of New England. A violent storm is brewing off coast of the tranquil…

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7. Crooklyn


The new film by Spike Lee is called "Crooklyn," and it is a recollection of his childhood in Brooklyn during the early 1970s. This was a time that today appears like a golden age because it was before drugs, firearms, and gangs ruled the streets of the inner city. It relates the narrative of the Carmichaels, a family with four sons and a girl who reside in a brownstone on a street where everybody knows everybody else. The Carmichaels have…

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8. Right Now, Wrong Then


An exquisitely complex comedy of manners that reveals the cracks that exist not only in male-female interactions but also in the medium of film itself. Chunsu, a director of art films, arrives in Suwon one day ahead of schedule by complete accident. Chunsu visits a renovated old palace in order to spend some time before his lecture the next day. While there, he comes into a young artist by the name of Yoon Heejung. Even though she hasn't seen any…

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9. World's Greatest Dad


The American satirical black comedy-drama film World's Greatest Dad was released in 2009 and stars Robin Williams, Daryl Sabara, and Alexie Gilmore. Bobcat Goldthwait wrote and directed the picture, and he was also the film's director. Before its limited theatrical release on August 21, 2009, the film was initially made available on video on demand services on July 24, 2009. The majority of the movie was shot in Seattle, Washington, in a location that was formerly occupied by the F.A.…

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10. Rango (2011)


"Rango" is nothing short of a miracle: it's an animated comedy for discerning viewers, it's superbly crafted, it's great to look at, it's wickedly satirical, and it's filmed in glorious two-dimensional, and it's all about a man named Tango. Its vibrant colours and stunning characters leap off the screen, which serves as a reminder of how very, very sick we are of watching simple-minded small characters bouncing around faintly in 3-D. This is a brilliant example of a humorous Western,…

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11. The Royal Tenenbaums


After having three children together—Chas, Margot, and Richie—Royal Tenenbaum and his wife, Etheline, eventually divorced and went their own ways. Chas began investing in real estate when he was still in his early teens and possessed what looked to be an almost supernatural understanding of international finance. Margot was a dramatist who, when she was in the ninth grade, was awarded a Braverman Grant in the amount of $50,000. After two decades of betrayal, failure, and disaster, virtually all memory…

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12. Rushmore


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13. The Darjeeling Limited (2007)


One year after their father's passing, three estranged American brothers get back together for a carefully planned, introspective train journey across India in the film The Darjeeling Limited, which was directed by Wes Anderson. The trip is meant to be a cathartic experience for all of them. When Francis, Peter, and Jack eventually find themselves stranded alone in the middle of the desert, this marks beginning of an unexpected new chapter in their journey. They are armed with eleven suitcases,…

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14. Mary and Max


The Australian stop-motion adult animated comedy-drama film Mary and Max was released in 2009 and was Adam Elliot's first animated feature picture. Adam Elliot is responsible for both the writing and directing of the film.Melodrama Pictures and Melanie Coombs were the ones responsible for producing the movie, and Dale Cornelius composed the score. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Toni Collette, Eric Bana, and Bethany Whitmore are among the voice actors featured in the film, and Barry Humphries is responsible for the narration.…

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15. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)


The film Fantastic Mr. Fox tells the tale of a wild animal who is incredibly astute, swift, and nimble, in addition to being exceedingly well-dressed. Mr. Fox, a former compulsive chicken thief who is now a newspaper reporter, moves his family into a new foxhole in a beautiful tree. This foxhole is directly adjacent to three enormous poultry farms that are owned by three farmers who are extremely vicious: Boggis, Bunce, and Bean.Mr. Fox is terrified of the farmers because…

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16. The Squid and the Whale


In The Squid and the Whale, the author explores the lives of two young brothers as they grow up in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in the 1980s. During this time, the brothers are negotiating the choppy waters of their parents' divorce, who are both writers. Noah Baumbach's critically acclaimed third feature was a significant turning point for the director as he moved toward an increasingly personal style. This shift earned Baumbach a nomination for an Academy Award in the category of…

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