Stay-at-Home Eid: Your Ultimate Movie Guide for a Cozy Celebration!

As Eid arrives, rest assured that we have your back with a tailor-made selection of movies to elevate your at-home celebrations. Sit back, relax, and let us take care of your entertainment needs, ensuring your Eid is filled with joy and laughter, all from the comfort of your couch!

Taslim Ahali

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Directed by Khaled El-Halafawy, the film follows the story of two government employees, played by Bayoumi Fouad and Dalal Abdelaziz, who find themselves falling in love with each other.

Dalal Abdelaziz’s character has a daughter named Zahia, who dreams of getting married, while Bayoumi Fouad’s character has a son named Khalil, who dreams of immigrating to Canada.

On the night of Abu Khalil and Um Zahia’s wedding, a surprising revelation about their parent’s true occupations comes to light, setting off a chain of comedic events.

Wesh Fe Wesh

Directed by Waleed El-Halafawy, in this comedy-drama movie, a fight between a husband and wife leads to a broken door lock, leaving their family stuck inside their apartment. As their different backgrounds and social habits clash, things go from bad to worse, turning the situation into a hilarious disaster.

Voy! Voy! Voy!

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In “Voy! Voy! Voy!”, a wacky adventure inspired by true events, we meet an Egyptian man who fakes being blind to join the national blind football team and travel to Portugal for the World Cup. His plan? To vanish into a new life in Europe.

This story, filled with comedy and emotion, is the debut of director Omar Hilal, who focuses more on making us laugh while still touching our hearts.

El Bo’bo’

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Directed by Hussien El Menbawy, it’s an action-packed drama with elements of romance and redemption. The storyline revolves around the transformation of a former criminal, Sultan, who decides to leave his life of crime behind after falling in love with a pharmacist doctor.

Together with his loyal friend, Suka, they navigate through various challenges and obstacles that test their resolve to change and their bond of friendship. The movie explores themes of love, loyalty, and the power of redemption, all set against a backdrop of intense action sequences.

Hamel el Laqab

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Directed by Hesham Fathy, this comedic tale centers around Yahya, a soccer player, and his wife, Misk, a gynaecologist, as they navigate the ups and downs of married life.

Despite their long-standing desire to start a family, they find themselves thrown into a whirlwind of comic situations when unexpected events disrupt their plans.

El Matareed

Directed by Yasser Samy, the film follows the journey of a young man who returns home with the intention of selling his deceased father’s soccer club for a quick profit.

However, he quickly realizes that before he can cash in, he must first tackle the hilariously disastrous state of the club’s operations. What ensues is a series of comical mishaps and challenges as he attempts to overhaul the struggling soccer club and turn its fortunes around.

So, now you can enjoy Eid in the comfort of your own home with a perfect lineup of movies that promise to keep you entertained throughout the festivities.

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