Decade-old films make comeback for summer

Mia Kane, Staff Writer

Movies have been around since the late eighteenth century, with all different types of genres such as horror, comedy, action, thrillers, romance and more. Here’s a list of four movies that are turning 10 years old this year. Prepare to feel nostalgic.

To start, Captain America: The First Avenger starring Chris Evans first appeared in theaters in 2011. The movie highlights the story of Steve Rogers and his story of becoming a superhero. This motion picture was extremely successful, making $370.6 billion according to Time. It’s available on Hulu, Sling TV, Youtube, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, iTunes, Google Play Movies and Vudu

Next, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 was the most popular movie of 2011. The famous franchise tells the story of young wizards navigating their way through the wizarding world. Similar to the other films in the series, it received excellent reviews and won many awards, including a People’s Choice Award for best movie (2012), Empire Award for Best Film (2012) and many others. Check out Sling TV, Google Play Movies, Amazon Prime Videos, Youtube, Vudu and iTunes to view the final movie in the series.

The Smurfs (2011) was a live-action remake of the original animated cartoon from the ‘80s. You can watch it on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, Youtube and Google Play Movies. 

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 is another movie worth mentioning. The bestselling book series that was made into movies has been very well received. It features a vampire-human love story filled with action and adventure. The movies combined made $3.3 billion. It’s accessible on Hulu, fuboTV, ShowtimeiTunes, Apple TV, Showtime Anytime, Sling TV, Amazon Prime Videos, Youtube, Google Play Movies, Vudu and Youtube TV.