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Best Films of 2020


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Just had a look at my final letterboxd stats of the year.

 

This is my final top 10 (as of now, with a few noticeable films still to see)

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138 films watched in total, with Hamilton being my most watched

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By a weird coincidence I watched the same amount of films this year as I did last year

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I've really not seen many new films this year so guess would only have a top 3:

 

1. Palm Springs 

2. The Invisible Man

3. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

 

:lol:

 

I saw Parasite, Knives Out and Jojo Rabbit last year so can't have them as my top films again this year. 

 

Uncut Gems is also a 2019 film so couldn't vote for that. 

 

The Lighthouse is also from 2019 but wouldn't vote for that anyay on the basis that it was shit

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Going by Letterboxd years because it's easier my top three films are:

1. Onward

2. Birds of Prey

3. Altered Carbon: Resleeved

 

Additional 2021 resolution: Watch more films released this year.

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Heres my list of all films released in 2020 and watched in 2020 from highest rated to lowest. Lot of 3s in there but the bottom 4 are utter shite.

 

Theres a few big hitters i missed out on (Most notably Dick Johnson is Dead) but will watch them soon.

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We used to get a few of these video compilations of the best films of the year, but this is the first one I've see. It's really well put together. I'd not heard of the top 2 and there's a good few others I'll have to check out.

 

 

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