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  • you're never really alone when you have the movie's welcome Tow watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 social distancing movies.

  • It's My first day on the world for this list will be looking of films that deal with various forms of isolation.

  • Really, you better tell me right now if you're real, you better tell me right now.

  • Number 10 Home Alone.

  • Who says that a social distancing movie can also be a feel good movie?

  • I made my family disappear.

  • For anyone feeling down in the dumps, this comedy classic is sure to lift your spirits, whether it's Christmas or not.

  • There isn't a nineties kid who hasn't dreamed of being Kevin McCallister, a young lad who's accidentally left home alone during the holidays.

  • Although everyone views him as completely helpless, Kevin proves to be a natural survivalist, even taking on two bumbling burglars.

  • You guys give up Thirsty.

  • For more slapstick aside, Home Alone is an unexpectedly warm and relatable portrait of family.

  • It isn't until Kevin's family disappears that he comes to truly appreciate what he had.

  • Sometimes Space puts things into perspective, which makes it all the more gratifying when you're reunited with your loved ones.

  • What else did you do while we were away?

  • Just hung around Number nine into the Wild.

  • This biographical drama centers on Chris McCandless, also known as Alexander Supertramp.

  • What's your fascination with all that stuff?

  • Going to Alaska, Alaska, last played by Emile Hirsch in a fiercely dedicated performance, McCandless seemingly had the world in the palm of his hand.

  • He gave it all up to explore the world, however, stripping his lifestyle down to the bare minimum.

  • McCandless comes across a variety of colorful characters during his travels and has given numerous opportunities to settle down but just keeps moving until he inevitably reaches his final destination.

  • Some may see McCandless as an inspiring figure who had the adventure of a lifetime others may view.

  • His story is a cautionary tale about the price of isolation.

  • Ultimately, this is a film about the beauty and cruelty of nature as well as human nature.

  • Number eight, The Revenant.

  • You're forgetting your place board, I could tell My place is right here on the smart end.

  • This rice, as gorgeously shot and crafted as the Revenant is, it's hard to think of a more brutal story about survival.

  • Even if you haven't seen the film, chances are you've at least heard about the scene where a bear attacks you.

  • Glass, played by Leonardo DiCaprio in an Oscar winning performance.

  • Uh, that's only the beginning, as glass treks across the harsh freezing landscape, taking extreme measures on the road to salvation.

  • Needless to say, Alejandro G.

  • Inarritu film isn't exactly an easy watch.

  • After seeing everything Glass had to endure, though, you'll be left with the confidence boost needed to tackle whatever the world throws at you.

  • In what's practically a one man show, DiCaprio carries the movie's weight on his shoulders, and it's a heavy load.

  • I'm afraid to die, and I'm in already.

  • Number seven.

  • The Martian.

  • When it comes to movies about solitude, you can't get more secluded than outer space.

  • I'm alive, obviously, but I'm guessing that's gonna come as a surprise to my crewmates and to NASA and to the entire world really so surprise.

  • Set in the year 2035 the Martian stars Matt Damon as Mark Watney, an astronaut whose mistakenly left behind on Mars as the planet sole inhabitant.

  • Watney must rely on his wits and instincts while awaiting rescue.

  • Look, I mean, I don't mean to sound arrogant or anything, but I am the greatest botanist on this planet.

  • Although it's science fiction, the film comes office surprisingly realistic.

  • This isn't just due to the stories, scientific accuracy, but because our protagonist is so identifiable.

  • Despite his constant loneliness and the fear that he might not make it back to earth, Watney manages to maintain a sense of humor, which by definition makes me a pirate mark Watney space.

  • It goes to show that during the most trialling times, a laugh goes a long way.

  • Number six.

  • The Light House Few films feed into the audience is paranoia like the lighthouse, which will make anybody second guess sharing a small space with another human being.

  • Contradict me again.

  • No, Don't kill wages.

  • Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe dominate the screen together as to lighthouse keepers who are confined to a distant island.

  • The setting is bleak, the living conditions are minimal and booze is the only form of pleasure.

  • Well, that and mermaids.

  • The anxiety is only emphasized by the black and white cinematography as well as the claustrophobic aspect ratio.

  • All the while our characters grow increasingly suspicious of each other.

  • It's not a matter of if, but when one of these guys will completely crack.

  • Whoever the last man standing is, he'll have nothing to cling to you but his own insanity.

  • You kill me like you're done.

  • That gulf you murdering dog was year but changed the window on us twice you dander.

  • Stop was easy.

  • Number five Solaris.

  • Solaris came out when most people associate ID SciFi with strange worlds and extravagant set pieces, which would only grow more prevalent with the release of Star Wars a few years later.

  • Okay, Chip her.

  • What is it that city Nick would be?

  • Spoon.

  • Wish me Andrei Tarkovsky Film finds the simplicity in interstellar travel Although the real journey is into the human psyche, even if you remove this space station setting Solaris would still be a thought provoking story about a psychologist coping with loss.

  • Upon leaving Earth, Chris Kelvin reconnects with his late wife in ways he never thought possible.

  • Even when she's seemingly right in front of him.

  • However, Calvin is truly just alone with his memories as pleasant as a memory.

  • Maybe it can on Lee keep someone company for so long.

  • Bottom yo u It's the apartment will through the new year.

  • Number four A quiet place, a quiet place speaks volumes about family and the human condition.

  • Despite not having much dialogue, the film possesses one of the most ingenious premises in the post apocalyptic genre, following a family forced into isolation when noise sensitive aliens invade Earth, a simple trip to the grocery store suddenly becomes a life threatening mission.

  • Adding to the sense of desperation, the store has been mostly stripped of its inventory.

  • Although the chip aisle is fully stocked, the characters are required to walk on eggshells at all times, with even the tiniest creek or crack spelling doom.

  • Dread looms over every shot, but it's the little moments shared between the characters that get us through the ordeal.

  • During tense times, the subtle ist actions can have the greatest impact.

  • She's smart, still have found a place they know what to do.

  • Number 3 28 days later, Danny Boyle set a new gold standard for zombie apocalypse movies with this breakout hit No Boils, Blunt Direction and Anthony Dod Mantle gritty cinematography give 28 days later an eery realism rarely found in zombie movies.

  • When Jim steps out into an abandoned London, we experienced both a sense of gravitas and a sense of emptiness, signifying that the end of days has already come and gone.

  • For all the blood and screams, the film also has a lot of silent, atmospheric and even hopeful scenes that bring out the story's raw humanity.

  • As our characters develop into a family unit, it's easy to forget about their dire circumstances.

  • Of course, that makes it all the more alarming when danger rears its infected head number two.

  • Castaway Cay.

  • Coming up the same year as the Survivor reality show Castaway hit at a time when audiences were fascinated by the concept of being stranded on a deserted island.

  • The film belongs to Tom Hanks, Chuck Noland, a FedEx worker who takes refuge on a remote island after his plane crashes in the ocean.

  • With next to no resources, Chuck must improvise his own tools, shelter and even a companion in the form of a volleyball.

  • They may never find it.

  • The only things that keep the fire in chuck burning are the thoughts that he'll see his girlfriend again and will one day deliver an unopened mystery package.

  • The film is a testament to what a phenomenal actor Hanks is delivering so much even when given so little.

  • I know, before we unveil our number one isolation pick, here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Please talk to me.

  • Hey.

  • Oh, my God.

  • It's great here.

  • It's really great.

  • Um, I don't know.

  • I went to this shrine today, and, um, there were these monks and they were chanting and I didn't feel anything.

  • You know, we'll never really be safe again.

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  • Number one night of the living dead.

  • Government spokesman warned that dead bodies will continue to be transformed into the flesh eating ghouls all persons who die during this crisis from whatever caused come back to life.

  • This game changer from George A.

  • Romero revolves around a group of mostly strangers who seek sanctuary in a house during a zombie outbreak.

  • Upon release, many critics wrote off Night of the Living Dead as a senseless gorefest.

  • Looking back, people not only came to regard it as a masterful work of horror, but something much deeper.

  • While the racial themes aren't directly addressed, there's clearly tension between the African American Ben and the Caucasian Harry.

  • When ghouls are breaking through the boarded up windows, though, skin color does not matter.

  • All that matters is survival, and Ben is one of the genre's most resourceful protagonists.

  • While his ending isn't the happiest, Ben never loses his humanity, setting a levelheaded example we should all follow whenever panic erupts.

  • I was alone with 50 or 60 of those things, just standing there, steering it.

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