Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2020: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to dive into the cinematic gems that stole the show in 2020! From heart-stopping thrillers to tear-jerking dramas, last year offered a smorgasbord of cinematic delights that kept us glued to our screens. Despite the world turning into a real-life blockbuster (minus the popcorn and comfy seats), the magic of movies never waned. So, what films had us hitting the replay button? Which stories captivated us, made us laugh, cry, or hide behind our pillows? We’ve tallied the votes, read your reviews, and now it’s time to unveil the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2020. Buckle up, cinephiles, it’s time to see what made the cut!
Gabriel's Inferno

Gabriel’s Inferno

Release Date: 2020-05-29

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Gabriel’s Inferno” is a captivating and passionate movie that explores seduction, forbidden love, and redemption. It tells the story of a man’s journey to escape his personal hell and seek forgiveness and love. Starring Melanie Zanetti, Giulio Berruti, and Kurt McKinney, this intriguing film was released on May 29, 2020.

Gabriel's Inferno: Part II

Gabriel’s Inferno: Part II

Release Date: 2020-07-31

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Gabriel’s Inferno: Part II” is a captivating romance film released in 2020. The movie follows Professor Gabriel Emerson as he discovers the true identity of Julia Mitchell, the woman he loves, but unfortunately, it’s too late. Julia, tired of waiting for Gabriel to remember her, decides to move on. Will Gabriel be able to win back her heart before she finds love elsewhere? Starring Melanie Zanetti, Giulio Berruti, and James Andrew Fraser, this movie is a must-watch for fans of passionate love stories.

Cast: Melanie Zanetti (Julia Mitchell) , Giulio Berruti (Gabriel Emerson) , James Andrew Fraser (Paul Norris) , Margaux Brooke (Christa Peterson) , Agnes Albright (Paulina) , Purva Bedi (Professor Tara Chakravartty) , Sahar Bibiyan (Soraya) , Cedric Cannon (Professor Robert Mwangi) , Ned Van Zandt (Professor Jeremy Martin) , Azaman Anwer (Zaami)

Directors: Tosca Musk

Writers: Mary Pocrnic, Sylvain Reynard

Tags: based on novel or book

Gabriel's Inferno: Part III

Gabriel’s Inferno: Part III

Release Date: 2020-11-19

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Gabriel’s Inferno: Part III” is a captivating film based on the popular erotic romance novel by Sylvain Reynard. Starring Melanie Zanetti and Giulio Berruti, this final installment takes us on a passionate journey as we uncover the intense love story between Gabriel and Julia. With a talented cast and a release date of November 19, 2020, this movie is definitely one to watch for fans of the genre.

Cast: Melanie Zanetti (Julia Mitchell) , Giulio Berruti (Gabriel Emerson) , Rhett Wellington (Simon Talbot) , James Andrew Fraser (Paul Norris) , Margaux Brooke (Christa Peterson) , Agnes Albright (Paulina Gruscheva) , Pat Asanti (Antonio) , Julia Barrett-Mitchell (Rachel Clark)

Directors: Tosca Musk

Writers: Mary Pocrnic, Sylvain Reynard


Life in a Year

Life in a Year

Release Date: 2020-11-27

Genres: Drama, Romance

“Life in a Year” is a heartwarming movie that tells the story of a 17-year-old boy who discovers that his girlfriend has a limited time left to live. Determined to make every moment count, he embarks on a mission to give her a lifetime of experiences within the last year they have together. With a talented cast including Jaden Smith, Cara Delevingne, and Cuba Gooding Jr., this emotional film is sure to leave you inspired and appreciating the value of every precious moment. Released on November 27, 2020, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Jaden Smith (Daryn) , Cara Delevingne (Isabelle) , Cuba Gooding Jr. (Xavier) , Chris D’Elia (Phil) , JT Neal (Sammy) , Stony Blyden (Kiran) , Peter MacNeill (James Maxwell) , RZA (Ron) , Nia Long (Catherine) , Michelle Giroux (Amanda) , Brian Frank (Security Guard) , Pedro Miguel Arce (Security Guard) , Marty Adams (Creamery Manager) , Elie Gemael (Liquor Store Owner) , Carlos Albornoz (Taco Truck Vendor) , Jim Annan (Real Estate Agent) , Leah Doz (Nurse) , Michael A. Miranda (Gas Station Guy) , Big Sean (Self) , Samantha Helt (Female Fan) , Harper Gunn (Little Girl) , Karen Brown (Hospice Worker) , Leanne Poirier Greenfield (Doctor) , Michal Grzejszczak (Bartender) , Michael Boisvert (Bouncer)

Directors: Mitja Okorn

Writers: Jeffrey Addiss, Will Matthews




Release Date: 2020-07-03

Genres: History, Drama

“Hamilton” is a captivating movie that brings to life the story of Alexander Hamilton, one of America’s founding fathers. With an incredible cast including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., and Renée Elise Goldsberry, this filmed version of the original Broadway hit takes you on a journey through America’s history, told in a modern and engaging way. Released on July 3, 2020, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year!

Cast: Lin-Manuel Miranda (Alexander Hamilton) , Leslie Odom Jr. (Aaron Burr) , Renée Elise Goldsberry (Angelica Schuyler) , Phillipa Soo (Eliza Hamilton) , Daveed Diggs (Marquis de Lafayette / Thomas Jefferson) , Christopher Jackson (George Washington) , Jasmine Cephas Jones (Peggy Schuyler / Maria Reynolds) , Okieriete Onaodowan (Hercules Mulligan / James Madison) , Anthony Ramos (John Laurens / Philip Hamilton) , Jonathan Groff (King George III) , Carleigh Bettiol (Ensemble) , Ariana DeBose (Ensemble) , Hope Easterbrook (Ensemble) , Sydney James Harcourt (Phillip Schuyler / James Reynolds / Doctor / Ensemble) , Sasha Hutchings (Ensemble) , Thayne Jasperson (Samuel Seabury / Ensemble) , Elizabeth Judd (Ensemble) , Jon Rua (Charles Lee / Ensemble) , Austin Smith (Ensemble) , Seth Stewart (Ensemble) , Ephraim Sykes (George Eacker / Ensemble)

Directors: Thomas Kail

Writers: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ron Chernow

Tags: upper class, corruption, adultery, presidential election, musical, biography, stage show, based on play or musical, 18th century, broadway musical, pistol duel, revolutionary war, founding fathers, stage musical, filmed play, live theatre

The Father

The Father

Release Date: 2020-12-23

Genres: Drama

“The Father” is a thought-provoking movie released in 2020 that explores the challenges of aging and the complexities of family relationships. Starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman, it tells the story of a man who refuses help from his daughter as he grapples with his changing circumstances. As his reality becomes increasingly uncertain, he begins to question his loved ones and even his own mind. With a stellar cast and a gripping storyline, this film is definitely worth watching.

Cast: Anthony Hopkins (Anthony) , Olivia Colman (Anne) , Mark Gatiss (The Man) , Olivia Williams (The Woman) , Imogen Poots (Laura) , Rufus Sewell (Paul) , Ayesha Dharker (Dr. Sarai) , Roman Zeller (Boy) , Evie Wray (Lucy (uncredited)) , Brian Rodger (Hospital Visitor (uncredited)) , Romulus Stoicescu (Teen (uncredited))

Directors: Florian Zeller

Writers: Christopher Hampton, Florian Zeller

Tags: london, england, flat, dementia, alzheimer’s disease, based on play or musical, memory loss, elderly man, father daughter relationship

Sound of Metal

Sound of Metal

Release Date: 2020-11-20

Genres: Drama, Music

“Sound of Metal” is a powerful and emotional movie released in 2020. It follows the story of Ruben, a metal drummer who starts losing his hearing. Faced with the possibility of his career and life falling apart, he enters a rehab for the deaf where he must make a difficult choice between his old life and embracing his new normal. With a talented cast including Riz Ahmed, Paul Raci, and Olivia Cooke, this film explores themes of adaptation, acceptance, and the resilience of the human spirit.

Cast: Riz Ahmed (Ruben Stone) , Paul Raci (Joe) , Olivia Cooke (Lou) , Lauren Ridloff (Diane) , Mathieu Amalric (Richard Berger) , Tom Kemp (Dr. Paysinger) , Chris Perfetti (Harlan) , Hillary Baack (Hannah) , Shaheem Sanchez (Shaheem) , Rena Maliszewski (Audiologist) , Michael Tow (Pharmacist) , William Xifaras (Michael’s Father) , Jamie Ghazarian (Concert Goer) , David Arthur Sousa (Rock Fan (as David Arthur)) , Bill Thorpe (The Man) , Marisa Defranco (Student) , Jeremy Lee Stone (ASL Teacher (as Jeremy Lee Sanchez)) , Alex Kilgore (Surfbort Member) , Dani Miller (Surfbort Member) , Sean Powell (Surfbort Member) , Alan Resnic (Lyft Driver (uncredited)) , Thomas O’Brien Vallor (Concert Goer (uncredited)) , Chelsea Lee (Jenn) , Domenico Toledo (Michael) , Elan Sicroff (Pianiste)

Directors: Darius Marder

Writers: Derek Cianfrance, Darius Marder, Abraham Marder

Tags: deaf, drums, heavy metal, missouri, addiction, sign languages, hearing impaired

The Trial of the Chicago 7

The Trial of the Chicago 7

Release Date: 2020-09-25

Genres: Drama, History

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” is a gripping movie based on true events that took place in 1968. It follows the story of a peaceful protest that escalates into a violent clash with the police, leading to one of the most infamous trials in history. With an incredible cast including Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, this film delves into the courtroom drama and the fight for justice. Released on September 25, 2020, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year according to popular votes.

Cast: Eddie Redmayne (Tom Hayden) , Sacha Baron Cohen (Abbie Hoffman) , Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Richard Schultz) , Michael Keaton (Ramsey Clark) , Frank Langella (Judge Julius Hoffman) , John Carroll Lynch (David Dellinger) , Mark Rylance (William Kunstler) , Alex Sharp (Rennie Davis) , Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Bobby Seale) , Jeremy Strong (Jerry Rubin) , Noah Robbins (Lee Weiner) , Danny Flaherty (John Froines) , Ben Shenkman (Leonard Weinglass) , Kelvin Harrison Jr. (Fred Hampton) , Caitlin FitzGerald (Agent Daphne O’Connor) , Alice Kremelberg (Bernadine) , J. C. MacKenzie (Thomas Foran) , John Doman (John Mitchell) , Wayne Duvall (Detective Deluca) , Damian Young (Howard Ackerman) , C.J. Wilson (Sergeant Scott Scibelli) , Brady Jenness (David Dellinger’s Son) , Meghan Rafferty (Mrs. Dellinger) , Juliette Angelo (Juror 6) , Brendan Burke (Bailiff)

Directors: Aaron Sorkin

Writers: Aaron Sorkin

Tags: chicago, illinois, political activism, black panther party, right and justice, based on true story, black activist, counter-culture, historical fiction, activist, 1960s, courtroom drama

The Kissing Booth 2

The Kissing Booth 2

Release Date: 2020-07-24

Genres: Comedy, Romance

“The Kissing Booth 2” is a romantic comedy that follows Elle as she navigates the challenges of her senior year. With college decisions on the horizon, she must balance her long-distance relationship with Noah, her evolving friendship with Lee, and unexpected feelings for a new classmate. Starring Joey King, Jacob Elordi, and Joel Courtney, this heartwarming film was released on July 24, 2020, and is sure to keep you entertained with its relatable teenage drama and charming cast.

Cast: Joey King (Elle Evans) , Jacob Elordi (Noah Flynn) , Joel Courtney (Lee Flynn) , Molly Ringwald (Mrs. Flynn) , Taylor Zakhar Perez (Marco Peña) , Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Chloe Winthrop) , Meganne Young (Rachel) , Stephen Jennings (Mr. Evans) , Carson White (Brad Evans) , Bianca Bosch (Olivia) , Camilla Wolfson (Mia) , Zandile Madliwa (Gwyneth) , Judd Krok (Ollie) , Sanda Shandu (Randy) , Hilton Pelser (Barry) , Frances Sholto-Douglas (Vivian) , Evan Hengst (Miles) , Joshua Daniel Eady (Tuppen) , Trent Rowe (Melvin) , Michelle Allen (Heather) , Nathan Lynn (Cameron) , Byron Langley (Warren) , Morné Visser (Mr. Flynn) , Chloe Williams (Joni Evans / Elle’s Mom) , D. David Morin (Principal Mark)

Directors: Vince Marcello

Writers: Jay Arnold, Vince Marcello, Beth Reekles


The Gentlemen

The Gentlemen

Release Date: 2020-01-01

Genres: Comedy, Crime, Action

“The Gentlemen” is a thrilling crime movie released in 2020. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, and Henry Golding, it tells the story of an American expat named Mickey Pearson who has built a successful marijuana empire in London. When he decides to leave the business, chaos ensues as various characters try to steal his empire through plots, schemes, bribery, and blackmail. With an all-star cast and an intriguing plot, this movie is definitely worth checking out!

Cast: Matthew McConaughey (Mickey Pearson) , Charlie Hunnam (Raymond) , Henry Golding (Dry Eye) , Michelle Dockery (Rosalind) , Jeremy Strong (Cannabis Kingpin Matthew) , Colin Farrell (Coach) , Hugh Grant (Fletcher) , Eddie Marsan (Big Dave) , Chidi Ajufo (Bunny) , Simon R. Barker (Frazier) , Brittany Ashworth (Ruby) , Jason Wong (Phuc) , Jordan Long (Bobby) , Mike Bodnar (Rambler) , Christopher Evangelou (Primetime) , Eliot Sumner (Laura Pressfield) , Chloe Arrowsmith (Mechanic) , Russell Balogh (Russell) , Steve Barnett (Fishmonger) , Jordan Long (Barman) , Max Bennett (Brown) , Bruce Chong (Npuc) , Danny Griffin (Aslan) , Togo Igawa (Wang Yong) , Jack Jones (Nick)

Directors: Guy Ritchie

Writers: Guy Ritchie, Marn Davies, Ivan Atkinson

Tags: london, england, businessman, dark comedy, marijuana, business, american abroad, scheme

All the Bright Places

All the Bright Places

Release Date: 2020-02-28

Genres: Romance, Drama

“All the Bright Places” is a heartwarming movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2020. Starring Elle Fanning and Justice Smith, it tells the story of two teenagers who form a strong connection while exploring the beauty of Indiana. Released on February 28, this film takes you on a cathartic journey as the characters navigate their personal struggles and discover the wonders of life together.

Cast: Elle Fanning (Violet Markey) , Justice Smith (Theodore Finch) , Alexandra Shipp (Kate Finch) , Kelli O’Hara (Sheryl Markey) , Lamar Johnson (Charlie Donahue) , Virginia Gardner (Amanda Monk) , Felix Mallard (Gabe “Roamer” Romero) , Sofia Hasmik (Brenda Shank-Kravitz) , Keegan-Michael Key (Mr. Embry) , Luke Wilson (James Markey) , Chris Grace (Hudson) , Isabella Fay (Suze) , Nicole Forester (Demi) , Sara Katrenich (Lindsay) , Alex Haydon (Bradley) , Brian Andrus (High School Student) , Ming Wang (Teacher (uncredited)) , John Ivers () , Sharon Ivers ()

Directors: Brett Haley

Writers: Liz Hannah, Jennifer Niven

Tags: suicide, based on novel or book, indiana, usa, based on young adult novel

Another Round

Another Round

Release Date: 2020-09-24

Genres: Comedy, Drama

“Another Round” is a captivating movie released in 2020 that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of the year. Starring Mads Mikkelsen and an ensemble cast, the film follows four high school teachers who embark on a unique experiment – maintaining a constant low level of intoxication. With its intriguing premise, this movie promises an engaging and thought-provoking exploration of the consequences and experiences that arise from their unconventional decision.

Cast: Mads Mikkelsen (Martin) , Thomas Bo Larsen (Tommy) , Lars Ranthe (Peter) , Magnus Millang (Nikolaj) , Maria Bonnevie (Anika) , Susse Wold (Rektor) , Helene Reingaard Neumann (Amalie) , Diêm Camille G. (Teacher) , Martin Greis-Rosenthal (Overtjener) , Albert Rudbeck Lindhardt (Sebastian) , Frederik Winther Rasmussen () , Morten Thunbo () , Dorte Højsted (Bartender Karin) , Michael Asmussen () , Cassius Aasav Browning (Sander) , Christiane Gjellerup Koch () , Magnus Sjørup (Jonas) , Silas Cornelius Van () , Aksel Vedsegaard (Jason) , Aya Grann (Josephine) , Gustav Sigurth Jeppesen (Rasmus) , Freja Bella Lindahl (Caro) , Mercedes Claro Schelin (Laura) , Maria Ovi (Sigrid) , Clara Phillipson (Nicola)

Directors: Thomas Vinterberg

Writers: Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm

Tags: alcohol, copenhagen, denmark, experiment, friendship, family relationships, teacher, teacher student relationship, intoxication, social pressure, pressure to perform

Feel the Beat

Feel the Beat

Release Date: 2020-06-19

Genres: Comedy, Music, Drama

“Feel the Beat” is a heartwarming movie released in 2020 that tells the story of April, a talented dancer who returns to her hometown after failing to make it on Broadway. Reluctantly, she takes on the challenge of training a group of young misfit dancers for a competition. With a stellar cast including Sofia Carson and Wolfgang Novogratz, this film is sure to inspire and entertain with its tale of redemption and the power of believing in oneself.

Cast: Sofia Carson (April) , Wolfgang Novogratz (Nick) , Donna Lynne Champlin (Barb) , Enrico Colantoni (Frank) , Dennis Andres (Coach Buzz) , Rex Lee (Wellington ‘Welly’ Wong) , Brandon Kyle Goodman (Deco) , Eva Hauge (Sarah) , Lidya Jewett (Kari) , Sadie Lapidus (Oona) , Johanna Colón (Lucia) , Shaylee Mansfield (Zuzu) , Shiloh Nelson (Ruby) , Justin Caruso Allan (Dicky) , Carina Battrick (Michelle) , Kai Zen (June) , Marissa Jaret Winokur (Herself) , Robinne Fanfair (Patty) , Pamela MacDonald (Ruth Zimmer) , Marcia Bennett (Grandma) , Drew Davis (R.J.) , Aniko Kaszas (Nadya Khristorozhdestvenskaya) , Ken Pak (Gordy) , Pat Thornton (Tommy) , Merle Newell (Cashier)

Directors: Elissa Down

Writers: Shawn Ku, Michael Armbruster

Tags: dance competition, broadway

Work It

Work It

Release Date: 2020-08-07

Genres: Comedy, Music

“Work It” is a feel-good movie about a determined high school senior who sets out to fulfill her late father’s dream of attending his alma mater. With the help of a group of misfits, she transforms herself and her squad into dance champions. Starring Sabrina Carpenter, Liza Koshy, and Keiynan Lonsdale, this movie is a perfect blend of comedy, heart, and inspiring dance moves. Get ready to be entertained when it hits the screens on August 7, 2020.

Cast: Sabrina Carpenter (Quinn Ackerman) , Liza Koshy (Jasmine Hale) , Keiynan Lonsdale (Isaiah “Juiliard”) , Michelle Buteau (Ms. Ramirez) , Jordan Fisher (Jake Taylor) , Drew Ray Tanner (Charlie) , Jayne Eastwood (Ruthie (Nursing Home)) , Naomi Snieckus (Maria) , Briana Andrade-Gomes (Trinity) , Kalliane Bremault (Brit Turner) , Bianca Asilo (Raven) , Neil Robles (Chris Royo) , Nathaniel Scarlette (DJ Tapes) , Tyler Hutchings (Robby G.) , Indiana Mehta (Priya Singh)

Directors: Laura Terruso

Writers: Alison Peck

Tags: high school, dance competition, interracial romance, teen movie

I Still Believe

I Still Believe

Release Date: 2020-03-12

Genres: Music, Drama, Romance

“I Still Believe” is a heartwarming movie based on the true-life story of Jeremy Camp, a Christian music star. It follows his journey of love and loss, showcasing the power of hope even in the face of adversity. With a talented cast including K.J. Apa, Britt Robertson, and Gary Sinise, this film is a must-watch for those seeking an inspiring and uplifting story. Released on March 12, 2020, it has been voted as one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: K.J. Apa (Jeremy Camp) , Britt Robertson (Melissa Henning) , Nathan Parsons (Jean-Luc Lajoie) , Gary Sinise (Tom Camp) , Shania Twain (Terry Camp) , Reuben Dodd (Josh Camp) , Nicolas Bechtel (Jared) , Melissa Roxburgh (Heather Henning) , Terry Serpico (Mark) , Tanya Christiansen (Janette Henning) , Cameron Arnett (Dr. Furst) , Abigail Cowen (Adrienne Liesching) , Rushi Birudala (Raj) , Anjelah Johnson-Reyes (Professor Rochester) , Mike McGill (Engineer) , Sahjanan Nasser (Maria) , Alex Taylor (DJ #1) , Alyssa Gonzalez (Orientation Guide) , Griffin Hood (Guard) , Edward Rashad Smith (Tattooed Guard) , Katie Anne Moy (Jacqueline) , Steven Laney (Guitarist) , Ed Litton (Dean of Students) , Sharonne Lanier (Nurse) , Sheé Dueitt (Discharge Nurse)

Directors: Jon Erwin, Andrew Erwin

Writers: Jon Gunn, Jon Erwin, Jeremy Camp

Tags: biography, romance, christian film

Promising Young Woman

Promising Young Woman

Release Date: 2020-12-13

Genres: Thriller, Crime, Drama

“Promising Young Woman” is a gripping revenge thriller that follows a young woman haunted by a tragic event from her past. With an incredible cast including Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, and Alison Brie, the movie delves into her quest for vengeance against those who wronged her. Released in December 2020, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Carey Mulligan (Cassandra) , Bo Burnham (Ryan) , Alison Brie (Madison) , Clancy Brown (Stanley) , Jennifer Coolidge (Susan) , Laverne Cox (Gail) , ​Christopher Lowell (Al Monroe) , Molly Shannon (Mrs. Fisher) , Connie Britton (Dean Walker) , Adam Brody (Jerry) , Max Greenfield (Joe) , Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Neil) , Steve Monroe (Lincoln) , Sam Richardson (Paul) , Ray Nicholson (Jim) , Timothy E. Goodwin (Monty) , Alli Hart (Ruby) , Loren Paul (Jeff) , Scott Aschenbrenner (Jeff’s Friend) , Gabriel Oliva (Alfred) , Bryan Lillis (Tony) , Francisca Estevez (Amber) , Lorna Scott (Jean) , Casey Adams (George) , Vince Lozano (Simon)

Directors: Emerald Fennell

Writers: Emerald Fennell

Tags: ohio, coffee shop, psychopath, sociopath, revenge, predator turns victim, childhood friends, rape and revenge, woman director, medical school, pediatrician, living with parents, barista, sexual predator, nice guy, prosocial psychopath, transgender



Release Date: 2020-07-10

Genres: War, Action, Drama

“Greyhound” is a thrilling war film released in 2020. Starring Tom Hanks and an ensemble cast, it tells the story of a rookie captain who leads a convoy of allied ships through dangerous waters during World War II. With no air cover for five days, they must confront enemy Nazi U-boats to give the allies a fighting chance.

Cast: Tom Hanks (Commander Krause) , Stephen Graham (Charlie Cole) , Rob Morgan (Cleveland) , Josh Wiggins (Talker #1) , Tom Brittney (Lt. Watson) , Elisabeth Shue (Evelyn) , Will Pullen (Talker #3) , Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (Lopez) , Karl Glusman (Eppstein) , Chet Hanks (Bushnell) , Jimi Stanton (Lt. Harbutt) , Matt Helm (Lt. Nystrom) , Devin Druid (Wallace) , Craig Tate (Pitts) , Travis Quentin (Ipsen) , Jeff Burkes (Shannon) , Matthew Zuk (Flusser) , Joseph Poliquin (Lee Helmsman #1) , Casey Bond (Helmsman #1) , Michael Benz (Carling) , Grayson Russell (Signalman #1) , Ian James Corlett (Dicky) , Maximilian Osinski (Eagle) , Dominic Keating (Harry) , Dave Davis (Boatswain’s Mate #1)

Directors: Aaron Schneider

Writers: Tom Hanks, C. S. Forester

Tags: submarine, atlantic ocean, world war ii, allies, based on true story, convoy, battleship, naval warfare, naval battleship

Chemical Hearts

Chemical Hearts

Release Date: 2020-08-21

Genres: Drama, Romance

“Chemical Hearts” is a heartwarming movie released in 2020 that tells the story of a high school senior who falls head over heels for a mysterious new classmate. As their relationship unfolds, they embark on an unexpected journey of self-discovery, learning valuable lessons about love, loss, and personal growth. With a talented cast including Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart, this film is a must-watch for anyone seeking a touching and relatable coming-of-age story.

Cast: Austin Abrams (Henry Page) , Lili Reinhart (Grace Town) , Sarah Jones (Suds) , Bruce Altman (Toby Page) , Adhir Kalyan (Kem Sharma) , Coral Peña (Cora Hernandez) , Shannon Walsh (Miranda) , Kara Young (La) , Meg Gibson (Gloria Page) , C.J. Hoff (Muz) , Jon Lemmon (Dominic Sawyer) , J.J. Pyle (Mabel Town) , Robert Clohessy (Martin Sawyer) , Catherine Curtin (Sarah Sawyer) , Lan Zhong (Jade Tipton)

Directors: Richard Tanne

Writers: Richard Tanne, Krystal Sutherland

Tags: high school, based on young adult novel, teenager



Release Date: 2020-04-24

Genres: Action, Thriller

“Extraction” is an action-packed thriller starring Chris Hemsworth as Tyler Rake, a fearless mercenary. When he is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of a Mumbai crime lord, Tyler embarks on a dangerous mission that takes him through intense and heart-pounding situations. With a star-studded cast and a gripping storyline, this movie is a must-watch for fans of adrenaline-fueled action.

Cast: Chris Hemsworth (Tyler Rake) , Rudhraksh Jaiswal (Ovi Mahajan) , Randeep Hooda (Saju) , Golshifteh Farahani (Nik Khan) , Pankaj Tripathi (Ovi Mahajan Sr.) , David Harbour (Gaspar) , Bryon Lerum (Rake’s Son) , Ryder Lerum (Rake’s Son) , Shivam Vichare (Sachin) , Piyush Khati (Arjun) , Sara Rumao (Cute Girl) , Aarti Kulkarni (Pari – Ovi’s Maid) , Umakant Patil (Cop #1 – Candie’s Cafe) , Praveen Indu (Cop #2 – Candie’s Cafe) , Swapnil Kokam (Prison Guard) , Neha Mahajan (Neysa) , Pallas Prajapati (Aarav) , Shazia Naz Gill (Saju’s Housekeeper) , Rob Collins (Rata) , Wayne Blair (Koen) , Adam Bessa (Yaz Kahn) , Sam Hargrave (Gaetan) , Rayna Campbell (Radio Tech – Nik’s Crew) , Patrick Newall (Merc) , Chris Jai Alex (Thiago)

Directors: Sam Hargrave

Writers: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, Ande Parks

Tags: mercenary, mumbai (bombay), india, based on comic, crime boss, rescue mission, long take, based on graphic novel, dhaka (dacca), bangladesh

Love and Monsters

Love and Monsters

Release Date: 2020-10-16

Genres: Comedy, Action, Adventure, Fantasy

“Love and Monsters” is a thrilling post-apocalyptic adventure that follows Joel Dawson, who has been hiding underground for seven years to survive the Monsterpocalypse. When he reconnects with his high school girlfriend Aimee over the radio, Joel embarks on a dangerous journey to reunite with her, facing terrifying monsters along the way. Starring Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick, and Michael Rooker, this action-packed film was released on October 16, 2020, and is definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Dylan O’Brien (Joel Dawson) , Jessica Henwick (Aimee) , Michael Rooker (Clyde) , Dan Ewing (Cap) , Ariana Greenblatt (Minnow) , Ellen Hollman (Dana) , Tre Hale (Rocko) , Pacharo Mzembe (Ray) , Senie Priti (Karen) , Amali Golden (Ava) , Te Kohe Tuhaka (Tim) , Tasneem Roc (Anna Lucia) , Thomas Campbell (Anderson) , Joel Pierce (Connor) , Melanie Zanetti (Kala / Voice of Mav1s) , Bruce Spence (Old Pete) , Hazel Phillips (Janice) , Miriama Smith (Maya) , Andrew Buchanan (Joel’s Father) , Tandi Wright (Joel’s Mother) , Damien Garvey (Bill) , Julia Johnson (Betty) , Ariu Lang Sio (Roberto) , Donnie Baxter (Parker) , Helen Howard (Rose)

Directors: Michael Matthews

Writers: Brian Duffield, Matthew Robinson

Tags: monster, bunker, post-apocalyptic future, coming of age, mutant animal, psychotronic, giant crab, teenager

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