Here’s our pick of the best in filmmaking from 2020.
Paul is Film & Media Editor @ No Majesty. Paul is a Film Studies Graduate from London, and former writer at The Metropolist.
Landon takes a slasher film and mashes it up with Freaky Friday with great comic success.
Take a look at our ranking of the king of weird’s directorial efforts.
it’s not much in the way of plot, but this Michael Bay-produced pandemic thriller is a fun ride.
The point of Clooney’s latest directorial effort is somewhat lost in space.
Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis star in a film made with a passion and a love and that cannot be faulted.
Patty Jenkins and Gald Gadot deliver a great addition to the DC universe.
Ryan Murphy’s latest is full of surface-level clichés and bad characters.
A tour-de-force performance from Gary helps make Mank one of this year’s best.
Happiest Season review – a film content to be ordinary, but Kristen Stewart brings warmth and authenticity
This LGBT+ themed festive film is content to be un-challenging but is still a joyous watch.
Twenty-five festive movies ranging from the bizarre, to the classic, and the awful along the way.