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Movie theaters around the world have closed during the coronations outbreak. Fortunately, there's never been a better time to catch up on classic old movies. Below, read our picks for best travel movies:‘Thelma and Louise'(1991)
“Thelma and Louise,”is a tale of female friendship, and the screen is dominated by the film's two lead females. The pals from small-town Arkansas hit the road on a weekend quest in search of fun and freedom from their jobs and their boredom.
Filmed in California and Utah, with the best Grand Canyon scenes filmed south of Dead Horse Point State Park, “Thelma and Louise”is a good option if you have never been out West or if you have and eager to return.
‘Grand Budapest Hotel' (2014)
It's one of the most satisfying films of director Wes Anderson all works. Set in a luxury ski resort in the fictional East European Republic of Zubrowka in the 1930s, the plot is supported by a murder investigation filled with stolen art, prison escapes and a secret concierge (看门人) society.
Though the hotel doesn't actually exist, much of the film was shot in the beautiful German town of Goerlitz, famed for its medieval streets.
‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone'(200)
When Harry Potter runs through a column at King's Cross railway station in London to get to Platform 9 3/4, we know it isn't real. And yet we want to visit.
The movie's locations are inspired by real places, as graduates of English private schools will tell you: rushing down narrow old streets