Maintaining a gentle rhythm and almost wholly eschewing dialogue, for its first hour Days oscillates between depicting Anong’s daily life and following Lee as he travels to Bangkok to seek acupuncture treatment. (Chrystel Oloukoi), Where to see it: On Blu-ray, Amazon Prime and other digital platforms. The Best Movies of 2020, Ranked by Tomatometer Rotten Tomatoes has collected every movie designated Certified Fresh over the past year, creating our guide to the best movies of 2020. To take you on that journey where it gets to a point where it transcends, even beyond the people in the room. We undergo at a stranger’s remove a version of her efforts at mental preparation for the inevitable. Also, because of a lot of the issues that are brought up in the show, I thought, ‘He’s gonna get this.’ We first met in the 80s. Brazil’s bad blood rises in a small corner of the country’s northeastern hinterlands as Udo Kier’s brigade of gringos besieges Sonia Braga’s small-town community, in this way-out western. We said: “In an early scene, Undine gives a guided tour to a group of tourists. What counts as ‘documentary’ is always expanding, but if we want to make linear nonfiction films that are relevant, we need to move past these old debates. The very existence of this film – the product of the suburb, of racial and social solidarity – is something to be celebrated: a flower sprung from concrete. The real-life horrors of Relic, Where to see it: On BFI Player and other digital platforms. The 73rd British Academy Film Awards was presented on 2 February 2020.[58]. During a session at the Based on a True Story (Boats) conference that I co-programme at the University of Missouri, which runs concurrently with the True/False Film Fest in March, Ross brother Turner talked about searching for the perfect bar on the perfect night, a desire to conjure a deeply true feeling that couldn’t be ‘found’ like a news story. Discover the winners of the 2020 EE British Academy Film Awards. “The brothers made Bloody Nose this way for many reasons, including ethical considerations (getting folks drunk while filming requires a certain level of control and familiarity, for example). 29th December 2020. The British Independent Film Awards work tirelessly to champion the very best in British film. The film has a feel for life on the lowest rung of the middle class.” (Nick Pinkerton, S&S, February), Read our review: Richard Jewell explores how an unlikely hero loses his religion, Where to see it: On digital platforms, Blu-ray and DVD. It put us into the fervent hands and head of Morfydd Clark’s troubled young care worker as she brings her ministrations to Jennifer Ehle’s terminally ill ex-dancer. The 92nd Academy Awards honoring the best films of 2019 were held on February 9, 2020. As in his earlier experiments in hybrid storytelling, short clips interspersed throughout serve as lyrical counterpoints to the narrative. Hittman’s previous films, It Felt like Love (2013) and Beach Rats (2017), were both coming-of-age stories. Luis López Carrasco’s film is shot in a bustling workers’ café-bar in the city centre where it gathers the testimonies of people who lived through the period. We glimpse an infinite expanse of historical male entitlement in the brief scene in which Stanley co-opts Rose into taking over Shirley’s neglected household chores. Using his now familiar Brechtian storytelling style, Lee continually breaks the fourth wall, mixing archive footage, stills photography and fiction to link past and present and weaving a tale in which a turbulent father-and-son relationship and the murder of civil rights leaders is an allegory for historical American wrongs leading to the Black Lives Matter movement. We said: “There is so much associated with the Cronenberg legacy that can be found in Possessor – cut-throat corporate skulduggery, weird sci-fi tech, body horror, mannered character names, extreme violence and ‘new flesh’ (here literalised). (Nobel Prize-winning physicist Kip Thorne, Nolan’s consultant on Interstellar, shows up again here in the credits.) Asili’s debut weaves together the histories of the MOVE Organization, the Black Arts Movement and his time in a Black Marxist collective. Scroll past the images to view the list in plain text “The savvy decision to allow the actors to play their younger selves in flashback sequences reinforces the film’s central thesis that past and present are intertwined. The films in this list should fulfill at least three of the following criteria: Listed here are the British nominees at the five most prestigious film award ceremonies in the English-speaking world: the Academy Awards, British Academy Film Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards, that were held during 2020, celebrating the best films of 2019. I don’t know how anyone could feel secure in the world as it is right now. Alongside McDormand and David Strathairn are a host of non-professionals, including Bob Wells, a guru of contemporary American nomadism. [59][60], The 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards was presented on January 19, 2019. The film is at its most effective and affecting not when it attempts the high drama of unsolved murders (the two women briefly involve themselves in a real-life case presented as influential on Jackson’s 1951 novel Hangsaman), extramarital affairs and suicide attempts, but when it depicts more subtle and intimate forms of betrayal and manipulation. The director of the acclaimed ‘Court’ (2014) won a Fipresci prize in Venice for this Mumbai-set drama about a man (played by real-life musician Aditya Modak) striving to attain his teachers’ artistic and spiritual standards as he pursues a career performing classical ragas. The Swedish master of wan deadpan ratchets up his world-historical gaze in a series of sublime microcosmic tableaux. July sets aside her usual kooky style with this piquant story of the Dynes, a breadline grifter family. We said: “Da 5 Bloods fires shots at American revisionism of the Vietnam War through the viewfinder of African-American soldiers. The British Isles punch above their weight in many areas. ‘For me, as a younger filmmaker, that’s one of the things I can’t compromise on now,’ she says. Johnson’s superbly inventive movie confronts the trauma of her father’s imminent death with multiple advance stagings of it. Maud’s horror is our horror. 11 December 2020. Steve McQueen: For me, it was about ritual. All rights reserved. Richard Meryman said of Herman: “I wanted to find out how, when he was all but finished as a writer, he could turn around and write Citizen Kane.” Mank’s answer is that Mankiewicz always had the ability to write something that good; it was Hollywood holding him back. Last modified on Fri 11 Dec 2020 13.14 EST 1917 First world war thriller directed by Sam Mendes about a perilous mission in the trenches, conceived and filmed as a “one shot” drama. There’s a beginning and a middle and an end. Works for Sale. Con-trick movies, from House of Games (1987) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988) to Matchstick Men (2003), usually end with a last-minute switcheroo, and Kajillionaire is no exception. Welcome to the British Film Festival 2020! Where to see it: On BFI Player, Curzon Home Cinema and other digital platforms. It does not include films first released in previous years that had official release dates in 2020. The biggest movie releases of 2020. Johnson’s project is about the management not of filial ambivalence, outsized parental legacies or unfinished emotional business, but of love. We said: “The celebratory, boundary-pushing story behind Rocks isn’t one of liberal goodwill from white gatekeepers who’ve chosen to decentre themselves. Dev Patel makes for an energetic lead in this inspired and fast-paced adaptation of Charles Dickens’s literary classic. There is, emphatically, no boundary between fiction and documentary, but truth matters more than ever.” (Robert Greene), Read our report: The shape of documentary to come, Where to see it: In UK cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema from 24 December 2020. And though the best British films will arguably always be those led b posh accents, grand English country estates, and Colin Firth, the movies on this list prove there's so … Gerwig focuses on the novel’s key coming-of-age themes rather than individual moments: the loss of childhood, the importance of forging one’s own path, tentative steps towards female emancipation. Marriage Story and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, both British-American co-productions, unanimously won the Best Supporting Actress and Actor awards respectively. So it’s jarring when, in its final moments, the film descends suddenly and steeply into the abyss, with a shockingly violent and nihilistic coda. No one does quintessential British humor better. Josephine Decker’s adaptation of Susan Scarf Merrell’s teasingly fantasy-refracted portrait of the supernatural horror writer Shirley Jackson, played here by Elisabeth Moss. The brothers evoked Lionel Rogosin’s seminal classic On the Bowery (1955), embraced the collaborative, broke any made-up rules they needed to and used cinema to salvage nonfiction. Margot Robbie reprises her role from 2016’s Suicide Squad as the psychopathic Harley Quinn with a lippy, audacious girlishness and a gnat’s attention span. We said: “This fictionalised portrait of the American author Shirley Jackson commences with young bride Rose Nemser (Odessa Young) reading Jackson’s short story ‘The Lottery’ while on a train journey with her husband Fred (Logan Lerman). Top British movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now. It comprises a string of vignettes, almost all playing out in a single take, viewed by a locked-down camera with a static frame that holds its human subjects in the philosophical distance of a deep-focus long shot. Even more so is the other half of the double-act: Jewell as played by Paul Walter Hauser. ... and became the British horror hit of the year, tackling themes of religion, death and self-harm with a remarkably deft touch. It is also a deeply moving prayer of admiration for girls – the wary, watchful ones who have learned to expect nothing of anybody except one another, from whom they expect, and regularly receive, the world.” (Jessica Kiang), Read our review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always: Eliza Hittman’s abortion tale traces the burdens of girlhood, Where to see it: On DVD, Blu-ray and streaming platforms. At one point, Old Dolio tries to stay out of sight of the landlord as she walks past his fence, craning her body sharply backwards rather than squatting; it’s a loopy and inspired piece of limbo-esque slapstick which transforms her into one of Robert Crumb’s ‘Keep on Truckin’’ figures. Where the film does chime magnificently is in the performance of Delroy Lindo as Paul, and the suggestion that past failings undermine present-day relationships. The best films of 2020 (so far): from Extraction to Portrait of a Lady on Fire From disturbing descents into madness via Robert Pattinson and Elisabeth Moss to … We said: “About Endlessness continues in the style that Andersson has pursued since his return in 2000. The hero’s lonely nocturnal scooter rides make a mesmerising visual thread, and his quest for the ideal in a commercial world makes the film as much a statement about cinema as about music.” (Jonathan Romney, S&S online), Read our review: The Disciple: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control. Its use of detail the paraphernalia of pioneer existence – is exquisite. We said: “The film reminds us, at a moment when empathy often feels in short supply, that the real boats crossing the North Sea are carrying real people. Registered charity 287780, The Truth: Catherine Deneuve plays a monstrous movie star in Koreeda’s French adventure, Richard Jewell explores how an unlikely hero loses his religion, Collective takes a scalpel to the contagion of corruption, “Incompetence was killing the victims”: Alexander Nanau on his health-service exposé Collective, In Clemency, death row walls in Alfre Woodard’s warden, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is another dose of superbly executed chaos in America’s heartlands, In Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn lets her hair down, In Another Round, Mads Mikkelsen and pals uncork their spirits, About Endlessness takes Roy Andersson’s sad-sack sketches to the great beyond, “In my pictures you can’t hide”: Roy Andersson on humour and truth, The Personal History of David Copperfield gives Dickens a radical, rollicking twist, In The Forty-Year-Old Version, Radha Blank hoists her own star, Tenet: Christopher Nolan throws time for a loop, She Dies Tomorrow sends Kate Lyn Sheil’s death drive viral, Relic finds fear in a labyrinthine house of horrors – and in intergenerational illness, “There’s heartbreak in someone losing themselves”: Relic director Natalie Erika James on her love of gothic and Asian horror, Who’s afraid of fear? What’s really impressive too is its use of a prelapsarian mood to portray an America built on racial and social diversity.” (Nick James), Read our review: First Cow: Kelly Reichardt’s milk-rustling western rises like a treat, Where to see it: Yet to be released in the UK. Paul Walter Hauser portrays the security guard who discovered the Atlanta Olympics bomb only to find himself accused of planting it, in Eastwood’s all-American tale of apostasy. Perhaps, but it was also Hollywood that gave him immortality.” (Farran Smith Nehme), Read our review: Mank nips itself in the Rosebud, + Mank prints the legend of Hollywood as a gilded cage. Grounded by nuanced, unhistrionic work from leads Sopé Dìrísù and Wunmi Mosaku as the married Majur couple, His House shifts focus from exterior threat to the cracks in the marriage, exacerbated by disagreements about assimilation – though at the heart of the horror is a particular, personal crime which must be atoned for. Saint Maud is a compelling and impactful film, a remarkable debut, and one of the most human and empathetic horrors of recent times. A thrilling exposé that uncovers a vast trail of corruption following a fatal nightclub fire in Bucharest. From ‘Monty Python’ to ‘Don't Look Now’, British movies are have made cinematic history. The story is at least partially set in the United Kingdom. We said: Whannell’s film gives a feminist spin to H.G. Everything is up in the air, and also in some odd way feels irrelevant. Director:Taika Waititi Starring:Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Thomasin McKenzie, Roman, Griffin Davis Only Taika Waititicould get away with reimagining Adolf Hitler as a kid's imaginary friend. It becomes church. It was Black people seeing other Black people, feeling what they were feeling, and a Black director, a Black cinematographer, and the fact they could see each other and vibe off each other – and be each other, as you rightly said – that’s what happened. But as in his previous film, Aquarius (2016), fascism works in mysterious ways in his WTF western. We said: “If there’s any sublimated anger at all in Johnson’s desire to symbolically serial-kill her progenitor, it’s not delved into here. Petzold’s fantastical ode to Berlin concerns an art historian who has a passionate affair with a diver, and appropriates the mythological figure of the undine – a water nymph – to fashion a love story that doubles as a myth about the city. We said: “The success of Time speaks to the revelatory power of its twinned perspective: its combination of Fox’s video diaries with Bradley’s artfully shot vignettes of the Richardson family’s daily lives. This culture-clash chamber piece finds wit as well as heartache in four migrants’ exile to the dampest corner of Europe – Scotland. British winners: 1917 (Best Cinematography, Best Sound Mixing, Best Visual Effects) Judy (Best Actress) Marriage Story (Best Supporting Actress) We said: “With its ostentatiously colour-blind casting, not only of the energetic and enterprising Dev Patel as Charles Dickens’s typically intrepid, buffeted young wayfarer, but in a slew of roles rich and poor peppered throughout, Armando Iannucci’s rollicking adaptation announces itself as a radical reclamation of the heritage ‘lit pic’ from the off.” (Tom Charity), Read our review: The Personal History of David Copperfield gives Dickens a radical, rollicking twist, Where to see it: On DVD, Blu-ray, BFI Player and other digital platforms. Associate director Anuradha Henriques describes ‘a shared value system’ led by the voices of Black and Brown women telling stories as an antidote to traditional, top-down filmmaking. Something happened in that room, and we happened to have a camera there to record it. The film will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital platforms, including Amazon Prime, in early 2021. The British Film Festival will celebrate the finest filmmakers and acting talent British cinema has to offer and the 2020 programme features some highly anticipated material, from true stories and literary adaptations to biographies and documentaries. The Ross brothers’ poetic portrait of the denizens of a Las Vegas bar mixes documentary and fiction in a heady brew. The British Isles are small bunch of green and pleasant rocks just off the coast of mainland Europe. A sober, moving film about isolation and community.” (Jonathan Romney). Following the Venice premiere of Stray Dogs in 2013, Tsai had vaguely announced his retirement, citing exhaustion with the production model of feature films. The 20 Best British Films of The 2000s Posted on November 10, 2014 November 10, 2014 by George Cromack As the new millennium dawned, British Cinema was still benefitting from the ‘cool Britannia’ mood perpetuated by the various Curtis-like romantic comedies popularised in the latter half of the previous decade. Tariq’s visceral directorial debut, co-written with Riz Ahmed, follows Zed, a rapper whose life spirals out of control when, on the cusp of success, he succumbs to a debilitating illness. Ever the unflinching and somewhat dour realist, Eastwood presents us with an American landscape that has largely been denuded of the picturesque. By and large Lee succeeds, even if along the way the story hits some cul-de-sacs with cursory plotting involving Jean Reno’s evil trafficker, the work of landmine removal, and a pot of gold taken straight out of John Huston’s The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). ” (Giovanni Marchini Camia), Where to see it: Lockdown postponed its planned November UK release to 2021. It’s really constructed to take the audience somewhere.” (S&S, December), Read our review: David Byrne’s American Utopia doesn’t burn down the house, + “If there was a song Spike Lee loved, we’d see him pop up in the aisle”: David Byrne on his concert doc American Utopia, Where to see it: On digital platforms from 14 December and on disc from 11 January 2021. For one thing, Herman’s main credit competitor remains Orson Welles, the furthest thing imaginable from an idiot. This stylistically dazzling adaptation of Jack London’s autobiographical novel – about a working-class writer who climbs the ranks of society – transposes the story from the US to Naples and mixes drama with archive footage to create a unique fable. WolfWalkers is more of an action-adventure than Moore’s other films, especially in its extended climax. An astute adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved coming-of-age story that liberates its Civil War-era sisters without taking liberties. We said: “The film seems to embody Indian cinema in the contemplative tradition of Satyajit Ray or Mani Kaul, but also makes room for the lurid realities of Indian TV talent shows. Weekes stages a number of stunning moments – a pull-back from Bol sat at an unfamiliar table to show a chunk of the wall of his house floating in a remembered night-sea; and repeated manifestations by the formidable night witch and the skull-masked spectre of the lost girl. British Airways offer a range of in-flight entertainment on longhaul flights and you can plan what you want to watch before you fly. It changes things.”, His House gives a displaced couple no happy home, “I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House, The Disciple: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control, Babyteeth bridges teen romance and terminal illness, Undine is Christian Petzold’s slippery love song to Berlin, Possessor sends Andrea Riseborough out of her mind, Kajillionaire: Miranda July pulls off a salty family con drama, WolfWalkers redraws the bounds of old Ireland’s hunters and hunted, The Woman Who Ran turns circles telling stories, Bacurau is a tough and timeless Brazilian frontier western, Bacurau first look: a way out weird western for menacing times, David Byrne’s American Utopia doesn’t burn down the house, “If there was a song Spike Lee loved, we’d see him pop up in the aisle”: David Byrne on his concert doc American Utopia, Shirley doesn’t wholly come together as it picks Shirley Jackson apart, Kitty Green on The Assistant: “We all know what happens behind that closed door”, Mangrove relays Black British struggles of the past, Mangrove gives voice to Black British Power, “These are the untold stories that make up our nation”: Steve McQueen on Small Axe, Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee brings the Vietnam War home, “Why fight for a country when they lynch you?” Spike Lee on Da 5 Bloods and American lies, Days: Tsai Ming-liang makes his peace with sexual release, Rocks follows a London girl growing up fast and letting go slowly, “We gave them too much power”: how Rocks became a gem by giving its young cast license to shine, Never Rarely Sometimes Always: Eliza Hittman’s abortion tale traces the burdens of girlhood, Dick Johnson Is Dead: resurrections beat the blues, Saint Maud: a heady British horror duet, up close and devoted, “Sometimes the scariest place to get trapped is inside your own mind”: Rose Glass on Saint Maud, I’m Thinking of Ending Things: Charlie Kaufman’s new nightmare surpasses all expectations, “I don’t know how anyone could feel secure in the world as it is right now”: an interview with Charlie Kaufman, First Cow: Kelly Reichardt’s milk-rustling western rises like a treat, Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided, “I wanted it to feel like a river, like memory”: Garrett Bradley on Time, Lovers Rock finds a sanctuary for Black love, Lovers Rock finds respite and rapture in a Black London house party, Lovers Rock is a precious hand-me-down of hazy weekends past, Answering questions from the screen sectors. News, reviews and archive features every Friday, and information about our latest magazine once a month. Though persuasively edgy, angry and strange – and provided by Sarah Gubbins’s fine script with plenty of savage witticisms and sharp observations – her Shirley is not someone to whom the film brings us close. Frances McDormand is magnificent in Zhao’s powerful film about the people cast aside by today’s unforgiving economy, and forced to live on the road in the American West. The initial impression that the film takes place, like the novel, towards the start of the last century is contradicted through subtle anachronisms. Our biggest-ever issue takes stock of 2020 with our annual polls of the best films and television of the year and surveys of the state of different regions and genres. Berlin, a city that emerged from a swamp, has embarked on this quest again and again. By closing with a Martin Luther King Jr speech and an end-credit intertitle about his assassination, Lee – with mixed success – positions the civil rights leader as present-day America’s father, whose assassination is the country’s Rosebud.” (Kaleem Aftab), Read our review: Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee brings the Vietnam War home, + “Why fight for a country when they lynch you?” Spike Lee on Da 5 Bloods and American lies. In the end, this makes for a terrifying ride with an ambiguous, unsettling conclusion.” (Kim Newman, S&S, December), Read our review: His House gives a displaced couple no happy home, + intervieew: “I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House. Connecting us to the past, Mangrove enlightens and empowers us in the present. 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