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Best grownup Easter movies to binge this weekend

This coming Sunday, April 21, is Easter, and while some people might be ready for the holiday, it’s not for everyone.

If you’re not religious, too old for Easter egg hunts, or just simply don’t understand how anyone could possibly believe an Easter bunny delivers chocolate eggs in the middle of the night, then maybe you need a break.

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What better way to take your mind off of this holiday than with a movie – a movie that’s for “grownups” and maybe not always the most family-friendly. Almost everything is going to be closed anyway, you might as well spend it doing something. And even if you’re going to an Easter dinner, these movies might just be the perfect break.  

Here are the best grownup Easter movies to binge while eating all of your favorite Easter candy.

“Life of Brian”


This classic Monty Python comedy is pretty much everything you could want and more in an Easter movie that isn’t too sweet.  The movie follows a Jewish man, Brian Cohen (Graham Chapman) through a series of events that gets him mistaken as the Messiah. Also, even if the ham at Easter dinner is a little dry this year, just remember to “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.”

“Easter Parade”


This 1948 musical film starring Fred Astaire and Judy Garland is a classic. Don (Astaire), a dancer whose partner goes solo, is convinced he can turn the next dancer he sees into a performer. He happens upon Hannah (Garland) and tries to teach her all the things he knows. It’s the perfect old school nostalgia for your Easter Sunday.

“Jesus Christ Superstar”


This 1970 rock

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