December 9, 2022

We do not know how the situation is either, but our scores and the votes of the people on IMDB do not match at all. We’re having the same problem with TripAdvisor. Getting advice from the place you trust, knowing who in our opinion recommends the best. We asked the connoisseurs of their travel movie recommendations to Kafeinsiz.com, which we look forward to seeing even if the 7th season of Game of Thrones is out, so that we don’t have to pop the corn in vain.

We look forward to your movie suggestions in the comments! (If you don’t necessarily have to recommend a travel movie, it doesn’t matter if it’s a movie that makes you want to watch this movie.)

Do you think you are very good friends with a person? Or do you hate your brother? A long road adventure can change all your thoughts. We have compiled the best road films of the cinema, which deal with different subjects but always tell a road story, from those who cause character development to those who struggle with obstacles.

EVERYTHING WILL BE SO GOOD (1998)

Our first movie on our list is “Everything Will Be Beautiful,” directed by Ömer Vargı, which tells the story of Altan, played by Cem Yılmaz (Is that a Fetoist comedian, is this a fake Cem Yılmaz, is he Atalay) and the Nuri brothers, played by Mazhar Alanson , fleeing to the south due to the troubles that have been caused to them. This movie, which emerged from a phrase of hope that some of us repeat to ourselves every evening, is, in our opinion, the best travel movie in Turkish cinema.

ZOMBIELAND (2009)

Most travel stories are for simple reasons like personal enlightenment, a vacation, or a sex toy you bought from amazon has ended up on the internet. As you can understand from the name of the movie Zombieland, which was released in 2009, why Zombies. Emma Stone ‘s first lead role , with Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin, is on the ninth place of our adventure-filled and funny road story list.

THELMA AND LOUISE (1991) ♡

Thelma and Louise, a 1991 film that tells the story of Thelma and Louise, two women who have been subjected to violence and suppressed by men, managed to enter our list with its timeless subject. Don’t be afraid that the story that started as a simple journey turns into murder, theft and suicide. Thelma and Louise is a wonderful film that deals with these dark subjects with good humor and liveliness .

LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (2006) ♡

Little Miss Sunshine, made in 2006 with a budget of $ 8 million, making $ 100 million at the box office and shown as the new bar that indie films set for themselves, enters our list at the 7th place. The film tells the story of an interesting family who goes on a long journey to raise their little girl for a beauty pageant, and their discovery of what it means to be a family; It deserves to be watched with Steve Carell’s great performance.

EASY RIDER (1969)

When road stories are told, the stories where the heroes of the story are excluded and declared persona non grata cannot be ignored because this is a fact that people hit us in the face. 1969’s Easy Rider is about the search for freedom of two motorcyclists who set out from Los Angeles to New Orleans to go to the Mardi Gras festival .

SIDEWAYS (2004)

Sideways, a 2004 film about the journey of English teacher Raymond, whose biggest dream is to become a writer, with his friend Jack, is an emotional story directed by Alexander Payne. Adapted from Rex Pickett’s novel and Paul Giamatti shines, this friendship story is one of the journeys you must follow.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (1980) ♡

Unlike the other travel films on our list, 1980’s The Blues Brothers, in which the journey is all about travel, not personal enlightenment, friendship, friendship or escaping from zombies, is about the brothers Jake and Elwood Blues gathering their old bands to return to the stage to prevent the closure of the orphanage where they grew up. It is on the 2nd row of our Blues Brothers list, which is also perfect for removing the rust from your ears.

(WE DID THE 1.5 BATTLE – WE DIDN’T LIKE TO HAVE INTO THE WILD ON THE LIST OF THE END OF THE WILD) ♡

It is a movie adaptation of a true story based on a book: Christopher McCandless, a very successful student and athlete, gives away his belongings after graduation, donates the $24,000 he has, and hits the road with minimal items. After working in the field for a while, he goes to Alaska by hitchhiking. His goal is to live from nature in Alaska. There is a philosophical way of thinking that simplifies life. After 4 months, they find his corpse and his diary, who had fallen to 30 kilograms and died of starvation. The film deals with this deep and touching subject in a very cinematographic and plain language. In our opinion, it is one of the fathers of the travel films with both the physical and the inner journey it contains .

1 – SMULLTRONSTALLET (1957)

One of the most important directors in the history of cinema, Ingmar Bergman ‘s masterpiece Smultronstället is presented to Prof. Dr. It is about Isak Borg’s journey from Stockholm to Lund for the honorary medal he will receive in honor of his 50th year as a doctor. The dreams, nightmares, past, impending death and loneliness that accompany him throughout this journey transform this film from a simple road story into a masterpiece that examines human nature.