The 8 Best Movies to Watch on the Fourth of July

Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Daniel Day-Lewis, this epic biographical drama portrays Abraham Lincoln's leadership during the Civil War, highlighting his profound impact on American history.


A nostalgic tribute to American childhood, this film intertwines baseball with themes of freedom and camaraderie, capturing the essence of youthful adventure in a bygone era.

The Sandlot:

Set in 1912 Iowa, this lively musical follows a charismatic con artist who brings music and a sense of community to a small town, culminating in a joyous celebration.

The Music Man:

Steven Spielberg's classic thriller unfolds during a bustling Fourth of July weekend at a New England beach town, where a monstrous shark threatens the summer festivities, creating suspense and terror.


Tom Hanks leads a gripping mission to rescue a soldier behind enemy lines during World War II, showcasing the sacrifices and heroism of American troops amidst the brutal realities of war.

Saving Private Ryan:

Jordan Peele's horror masterpiece explores duality and societal divides through a chilling narrative where a family confronts their sinister doppelgängers, offering a profound allegory on American identity.


Denzel Washington shines in this poignant Civil War drama about the valor and struggles of the all-Black 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, challenging racial injustice while honoring forgotten heroes.


Directed by Ava DuVernay, this powerful historical drama chronicles Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s leadership in the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights marches, highlighting the ongoing fight for equality in America.


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