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Sunday, January 3, 2021

Best movies of 2020, must watch...


Movies are actually an entertainer for us all, mainly in 2020. Here are list of 20 super movies of 2020 which you should watch if you haven’t.


Here we go…

Parasite (2020)


Star: Kang Ho Song,Sung Hi Lee,Yeo-Jeong Jo,Woo-Sik Choi,So-Dam Park

With an insightful and searing exploration of human behavior, ‘Parasite’ is a masterfully crafted film that is a definite must watch.


1917 (2020)


Star: Andrew Scott,Benedict Cumberbatch,Richard Madden,Mark Strong,Dean Charles Chapman,Colin Firth,George MacKay,Daniel Mays,Adrian Scarborough

‘1917’ is tense, captivating, meticulous, horrifying and stirring.



Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)


Star: Gal Gadot,Pedro Pascal,Chris Pine,Robin Wright,Connie Nielsen,Kristen Wiig,Gabriella Wilde,Kristoffer Polaha

Overall, ‘WW84’ is a clean and wholesome mass entertainer that dutifully ticks all the boxes. From action and adventure to drama and emotions, it’s all here to pull the audience back to the big screen.


The Outpost (2020)


Star: Scott Eastwood,Caleb Landry Jones,Orlando Bloom,Jack Kesy,Taylor John Smith

‘The Outpost’ is crafted with precision, expertise and experience. It’s a war drama that transports you to the battlefield in all its cinematic brilliance.


Tenet (2020)


Star: John David Washington,Robert Pattinson,Elizabeth Debicki,Kenneth Branagh,Michael Caine,Aaron Taylor Johnson,Andrew Howard,Martin Donovan,Anthony Molinari,Dimple Kapadia

The film’s screenplay keeps underlining and explaining its layered plot about technology that can reverse time. Thankfully, it does so with stunning cinematography (Hoyte Van Hoytema) and action-packed scenes that are executed with a natural flair and finesse.


Onward (2020)


Star: Chris Pratt,Tom Holland,Julia Louis Dreyfus,Octavia Spencer,Ali Wong,John Ratzenberger,Lena Waithe,Mel Rodriguez

The animation is top-notch and visually appealing. The characters are adequately cartoonish and also highly relatable and humane.


The Invisible Man (2020)


Star: Elisabeth Moss,Oliver Jackson Cohen,Aldis Hodge,Michael Dorman,Storm Reid,Nash Edgerton,Sam Smith

One of the rare psychological horror-thrillers that should come with a trigger warning, ‘The Invisible Man’ subverts many genre tropes to keep you looking over your shoulder well after the credits roll.


Birds Of Prey (2020)


Star: Margot Robbie,Mary Elizabeth Winstead,Ewan McGregor,Bojana Novakovic,Jurnee Smollett Bell,Rosie Perez,Chris Messina,Ali Wong,Steven Williams,Matthew Willig,Charlene Amoia

A funny, irreverent, extravagant and delightfully violent comic book film that’s a blast to witness


Little Women (2020)


Star: Saoirse Ronan,Emma Watson,Florence Pugh,Laura Dern,Timothee Chalamet,Meryl Streep,James Norton

Marked by strong performances and endearing characters, ‘Little Women’ is a relevant retelling of a classic bestseller that is as poetic as it is real.


The Gentlemen (2020)


Star: Matthew McConaughey,Charlie Hunnam,Michelle Dockery,Jeremy Strong,Eddie Marsan,Colin Farrell,Hugh Grant

Overall, ‘The Gentlemen’ is a crisp and comedic action entertainer with fascinating characters.


Jojo Rabbit (2020)


Star: Scarlett Johansson,Taika Waititi,Sam Rockwell,Rebel Wilson,Alfie Allen,Stephen Merchant

With its satirical stance, Jojo Rabbit is a bold film that hits hard and makes for an overwhelming cinematic experience.


A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood (2020)


Star: Tom Hanks,Matthew Rhys,Chris Cooper,Susan Kelechi Watson,Enrico Colantoni,Wendy Makkena,Tammy Blanchard

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' flips the typical character study into a self-reflective experience.


Richard Jewell (2019)


Star: Paul Walter Hauser,Sam Rockwell,Olivia Wilde,Jon Hamm,Kathy Bates,Nina Arianda,Ian Gomez

A security guard becomes a hero after finding an explosive device, but soon comes under scrutiny by the FBI as a prime suspect.


Antebellum (2020)


Star: Eric Lange,Jena Malone,Jack Huston,Kiersey Clemons,Gabourey Sidibe

‘Antebellum’ follows a rather simple notion made popular by Nobel Prize winning American writer Willaim Faulkner that read, ‘Past is never dead. It’s not even past.’

Trolls World Tour (2020)


Star: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake,James Corden,Ozzy Osbourne,Rachel Bloom,Anderson Paak,George S. Clinton,Mary J. Blige,Kelly Clarkson,Ron Funches,Gwen Stefani,Kunal Nayyar,Jamie Dornan,J Balvin

Once again, ‘Trolls Word Tour’ reiterates what we have known all along but some of us chose to ignore or may have forgotten: music is the universal language of the universe.

Relic (2020)


Star: Emily Mortimer,Bella Heathcote,Robyn Nevin,Jeremy Stanford,Sheril Rodgers

‘Relic’ moves at an unhurried pace but never does it drag. Along with its surreal and ghostly atmospherics, it explores the most basic human emotions.


The Witches (2020)


Star: Anne Hathaway,Octavia Spencer,Chris Rock,Stanley Tucci

‘The Witches’ is a simple story made grandly entertaining with all its crafty ingredients firmly in place. Enough to cast its magic spell on children of all ages.


Never Steal A Man's Second Chance: Honest Thief (2020)


Star: Liam Neeson,Kate Walsh,Jai Courtney,Jeffrey Donovan,Anthony Ramos,Robert Patrick

‘Honest Thief’ is an all too familiar Liam Neeson outing. But a unique plot with unpretentious performances and some thrilling moments make it worth your while. Honest!


The Silencing (2020)


Star: Nikolaj Coster Waldau,Annabelle Wallis,Hero Fiennes Tiffin,Zahn McClarnon,Sarah Smyth

‘The Silencing’ is one of those serial killer sagas that’s not so much about what it is telling you, but how it is telling you. And that’s where it makes quite a killing.



Greenland (2020)


Star: Gerard Butler,Morena Baccarin,Scott Glenn,Nicola Lambo,Alan Pietruszewski,Claire Bronson,Gary Weeks

Greenland is a slow-burning, mature and nuanced take on a life-altering and destructive fictional event that is all too familiar in today’s time. It’s as grounded as it is gritty, leaving you emotionally heavy and cinematically satisfied




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