Selecting the right movie to watch is usually not a big problem if you have someone you trust to always suggest a great film for you.
Well, not everyone has that someone smart enough to know real good movies, and that is why we have put together this article for movie lovers who are always confused about what movie to see next.
What we promise to do is continuously update this list as new movies come up, and we promise to always keep you in the loop with the latest movies hitting the cinemas so that you never miss any part of the action.
So, now it is 2020, and we are ready to let you know what movies are out there for you to see. In 2019 we did a fantastic job by making you have access to all of the best films of the year, and in 2020 we have decided to do even better.
From skin-crawling horror movies to hard-hitting documentaries, there should be something on this list to satisfy your highly specialized cinematic cravings as the year goes on.
We recognize that you’re busy, and there’s a lot of forces fighting for your attention at the moment, so we pledge not to waste your time. These are the best movies in 2020.
If what you want are rib cracking comedies, skin-crawling horror movies, or even hard-hitting documentaries, you will find something on this list to satisfy your craving.
We get that you’re probably a very busy person, and there are tons of things fighting for your attention right now. So, we have decided not to waste your time any further, and bring you the best movies of 2020 so far
1. Call of the Wild
- Release date: Feb 21
- Cast: Harrison Ford
- Director: Chris Sanders, Dan Stevens, Karen Gillan, Omar Sy, and Bradley Whitford
Why you should watch it: The Call of the Wild, is a1903 adventure novel from Jack London about the journey of a sled dog across the Yukon Territory.
This novel is a classic with a high status in the literary canon, leading to its several adaptaions to the screen, that stretches way back to the silent era.
2. The Invisible Man
- Release date: Feb. 28
- Cast: Elisabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen
- Director: Leigh Whannell
Why you should watch it: A few years ago, We world witness how Universal decided to launch the Dark Universe, an interconnected franchise designed to bring back Universal studio’s treasured monsters of old.
The Invisible man is H.G. Wells adaptation that focuses on the story of an optics scientist who is unable to reverse a procedure that turns him invisible.
3. Guns Akimbo
- Release date: Feb. 28
- Cast: Daniel Radcliffe
- Director: Jason Lei Howden
Why you should watch it: Miles is a video game developer and the movie’s self-proclaimed “nobody” who ends up being forced into an actual battle to the death by a mysterious group known as SKIZM.
- Release date: March 13
- Cast: Vin Diesel, Eiza Gonzalez, Guy Pearce, Toby Kebbell, and Sam Heughan
- Director: Dave Wilson
Why you should watch it: Bloodshot movie is adapted from the Valiant Comics’ successful comic series. It is about a mortally injured soldier who was resurrected with hi-tech nanotechnology and given the task to round up super-powered outcasts called the ‘harbingers.'”
5. A Quiet Place 2
- Release date: March 20
- Cast: Emily blunt, Millicent Simmonds
- Director: John Krasinski
Why you should watch it: A Quiet Place took the whole of Hollywood by surprise in 2018 when it turned a modest $17 million budget around to rake in almost $350 million worldwide at the box office.
It also stands as one of the most highly acclaimed horror movies in recent years
6. Saint Maud
- Release date: March 27
- Cast: Morfydd Clark, Jennifer Ehle
- Director: Rose Glass
Why you should watch it: Saint Maud, is a twisted story about a dedicated hospice nurse who gets obsessed with saving the soul of one of her patients who is dying. Of course, things are not exactly cut and dry in this story of religious redemption, as Maud’s hidden dark past returns to haunt her.
- Release date: March 27
- Cast: Liu Yifei, Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Jason Scott Lee
- Director: Niki Caro
Why you should watch it: Disney is set to bless the world with another one of their most popular animated films turned into a live action epic as they debut an updated version of Mulan.
8. The New Mutants
- Release date: April 3
- cast: Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams
- Director: Josh Boone
Why you should watch it: New Mutants was reportedly well-received in test screenings. The movie, who’s release date has been pushed back too many times comes from comics created in the 1980s by Bill Sienkiewicz and Chris Claremont.
It has remained unique fan favorite.
9. No Time to Die
- Release date: April 8
- Cast: Christoph Waltz, Ben Whishaw, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris Jeffrey Wright, and Ralph Fiennes
- Director: Cary Fukunaga
Why you should watch it: No Time to Die is set sometime after James Bond has finally retired from active service. He is then called back by Felix Leiter when the CIA requires help with “an unidentified villain in possession of dangerous new technology
- Release date: April 17
- Cast: Keri Russell, Jeremy T. Thomas
- Director: Scott Cooper
Why you should watch it: Antlers is set in a small Oregon town. The movie tells the story of an elementary school teacher who notices a troubled young boy and takes him in. Unknown to her, the child has a dark family secret that accompany him to his new home.
The movie is based on the short story titled “The Quiet Boy and written by by Nick Antosca. Antlers is produced by Guillermo del Toro
11. Black Widow
- Release date: May 1
- Cast: David Harbour, Scarlett Johansson
- Director: Care Shorthand
Why you should watch it: As far as the film’s plot goes, specific details remain under wraps, but if the words of the cast is anything to go by, the movie is going to be some kind of a departure from Marvel properties that we know.
12. Spiral: From the Book of Saw
- Release date: May 15
- Cast: Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson
- Director: Darren Lynn Bousman
Why you should watch it: The film tells the tale on a pair of detectives who are left at the center of a gruesome murder investigation that turns out to have some form of connection to prior Jigsaw crimes.
13. Fast & Furious 9
- Release date: May 22
- Cast: Vin Diesel
- Director: Justin Lin
Why you should watch it: We so not have much information about where the saga is headed next, but the pressure to keep increasing the stakes should only mean that the movie will find a way to be even more mind-blowing than previous installments.
14. Artemis Fowl
- Release date: May 29
- Cast: Ferdia Shaw, Nonso Anozie, Judi Dench, and Josh Gad
- Director: Kenneth Branagh
Why you should watch it: Eight novels about this interesting, young criminal mastermind’s coming-of-age had been published between 2001 and 2012 for the reading pleasure of everyone who cares for good books.
If you have read or heard about the books, then you need to wait until May 29, 2020, to see a film adaptation of the first book in the series slated to hit theaters.
15. Wonder Woman 1984
- Release date: June 5
- Cast: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Robin Wright
- Director: Patty Jenkins
Why you should watch it: When this highly anticipated movie does arrive, it will come with a blast from the past as promised by the title. Expect it to fill in part of the timeline between the very first movie’s World War I setting and of course the reemergence of the hero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
16. The Assistant
- Date of release: January 31
- Cast: Matthew Macfadyen, Makenzie Leigh, Julia Garner, Kristine Froseth
- Director: Kitty Green (Casting JonBenet)
Why you should watch it: The systemic culture of cruelty and indifference that usually spring up around a powerful serial abuser in this movie, gets under the microscope in a thoroughly observed office drama in New York.
It draws inspiration from the behavior of Harvey Weinstein, at the same time intentionally blurring some of the details.
17. Sorry We Missed You
- Date of release: March 6
- Cast: Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Rhys Stone, Katie Proctor
- Director: Ken Loach (I, Daniel Blake)
Why you should watch it: This movie is about how the modern gig economy is set up in a way that the customer rarely has to think very much about the fellow that delivers a package to their door.
The film, Sorry We Missed You is the most recent working-class social drama from English filmmaker Ken Loach.
18. Color Out of Space
- Date of release: January 24
- Cast: Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur, Brendan Meyer
- Director: Richard Stanley (Hardware)
Why you should watch it: For a particular type of movie-goer, any film that has Nicolas Cage saying the word “alpacas” multiple times is worth looking out for. Luckily, the movie titles Color Out of Space, a psychedelic adaptation of 1927 short story by H.P.
Lovecraft’s, and it offers way more than just furry animals and unhinged Cage theatrics.
19. Never Rarely Sometimes Always
- Date of release: March 13
- Cast: Sidney Flanigan, Talia Ryder, Théodore Pellerin, Ryan Eggold
- Director: Eliza Hittman (Beach Rats)
Why you should watch it: The Port Authority bus terminal offers the perfect backdrop for some good quality of the drama and the compelling portrait of a teenage girl traveling from Pennsylvania to New York for an abortion, which is a procedure she can’t do in her home state.
20. First Cow
- Date of release: March 6
- Cast: John Magaro, Orion Lee, René Auberjonois, Toby Jones
- Director: Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women)
Why you should watch it: First Cow, is Kelly Reichardt’s interesting and wise story of frontier life. This movie begins with the finding of two skeletons in the bushes. An unnamed young lady and her dog, come upon the bones they weren’t looking for in the modern-day Pacific Northwest.
Then the movie takes us on a flashback to a period when the Oregon territory was much less developed, a period of dangerous opportunity and constant exploitation.
So, guys, these are the best films of 2020 that you should look out for and watch. While you may want to be the first to see them when they hit the cinemas, you should find a way to get them on your devices so you can watch them over and over if you want.
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