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  • I wanna make sure that you're safe.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 best movies of 2020.

  • People are saying there's something in the sky power Black power, like the sound of that life is full of possibilities.

  • You just need to know where to look for this list.

  • We're looking at movies that provided insight, inspiration and escapism in the crazy year that was 2020 reminding us why film is such an important medium.

  • What's your favorite movie of 2020?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10 Borat.

  • Subsequent movie film 2020 was full of surprises, most of which weren't especially pleasant.

  • Although this Borat sequel was definitely an exception, it was time for me to return to Yankee Land to save my people.

  • The original Borat was both uproarious and eye.

  • Opening back in 2006, Borat subsequent movie film is another gut buster balancing chuckles with cringe.

  • It also hilariously sums up 2020 serving as a timely wake up call and a time capsule for future audiences.

  • Sasha Baron Cohen fearlessly tackles everything from the pandemic to politics, at times even putting his own safety in jeopardy.

  • Along with newcomer Maria Back Alaba, who plays Borat's 15 year old daughter, Baron Cohen trolls several high profile figures, the best of which is saved for the final act.

  • In a year as stressful as this one, this film gave us exactly what we needed.

  • Laughter.

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  • This uh, this is a bag that just goes over the dress.

  • There are nice, very nice indeed.

  • Number nine.

  • Minnery.

  • We all know Stephen Young from the Walking Dead, but his star has risen significantly as of late, with films like Burning.

  • He gives his best performance to date in Minnery, which emerged as a widespread favorite at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won multiple prizes.

  • Young plays the patriarch of a Korean American family that moves toe Arkansas in pursuit of the American dream.

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  • There's a their new life on a small farm ranges from heartbreaking to warm to occasionally humorous but always beautifully acted.

  • A Yeah chemistry with January paints a meaningful picture of marriage.

  • Veteran actress Yo Jong Yun and newcomer Alan Kim practically steal the show whenever they're on screen together.

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  • It's the authentic family dynamics that make Lee Isaac Chung's films something truly special.

  • Number eight.

  • The Invisible Man The Invisible Man is one of the few movies on this list that a wide audience got to see in theaters as he appointed attorney.

  • Representing my late brother's discretionary trust, I'm required to enact as final wishes he stipulated that I do this in person.

  • Liwen Els, modern reimagining of the classic novel, is best experienced with some friends as watching others jump out of their seats is half the fun.

  • Part of what makes this film so chilling is that it feels strangely grounded, he said, that I could never leave him, that wherever I went, he would find me.

  • Of course, the domestic violence that our heroine endures is all too identifiable and relevant.

  • The opening sequence alone would fit in well with a thriller like Sleeping With the Enemy.

  • Yet even the science behind the titular invisible man, while not riel, seems as if it could exist someday.

  • It's all anchored by Elizabeth Moss, who's engrossing.

  • Performance is worthy of a best actress nomination.

  • Why me?

  • I'm just a suburban girl who stumbled into your life one night at a party number 71 night in Miami.

  • Throughout her esteemed acting career, Regina King has won four Emmys and an Oscar.

  • King brings that same passion to the director's chair with her feature debut One Night in Miami, Camp Powers, who co directed and co wrote another film on this list, adapted the script from his own stage play.

  • The film imagines the fictional events of a historic night in 1964 when Malcolm X, Mohammed Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke all came together.

  • What's on the agenda?

  • Malcolm.

  • Well, I thought this would be a wonderful chance for us to reflect on what's happened tonight.

  • Like our young brother said.

  • There's no denying that greater forces were at work.

  • We see the four icons discussed civil rights, the African American experience and their own contributions to the changing world.

  • This movement that we are in is called a struggle because we are fighting for our lives, Justus, the stars aligned that night in Miami.

  • The same could be said about this film's talent behind and in front of the camera amounting to a thought provoking and timely experience.

  • Number six.

  • The Trial of the Chicago Seven This historical legal drama chronicles events that took place in the late sixties and early seventies, but it just as easily could be mistaken for a window into 2020.

  • Do you have contempt for your government?

  • Do I?

  • Do you have contempt for your government?

  • I think the institutions of our democracy a wonderful things that right now are populated by some terrible people.

  • The film portrays the protests, police brutality and political injustice that surrounded the Chicago eight, which eventually became the Chicago seven.

  • The ensemble is nothing short of exceptional, with dead on performances from Sasha Baron Cohen, Mark Rylance and Yaya Abdul Mateen, the second, just to name a few.

  • As is the case with any Aaron Sorkin movie, The Rial star is his brilliantly crafted screenplay winning elections.

  • That's the first thing on your wish list.

  • Equality, justice, education, poverty and progress.

  • Their second.

  • If you don't want elections, it doesn't matter what second, it is astonishing to me that someone still has to explain that to you.

  • Also serving as a director, Sorkin crafts a film full of shocking revelations.

  • And even when he bends the truth, the trial of the Chicago seven remains faithful.

  • Toe what these defendants stood for.

  • How much is it worth you?

  • What's your price to call off the revolution?

  • What's your price?

  • My life number five.

  • I'm thinking of ending things.

  • In a nutshell.

  • I'm thinking of ending Things is about a young woman who accompanies her boyfriend to his parents house, where things are not what they seem.

  • Of course, that brief description does not even begin to scratch the surface, such as to be expected from writer director Charlie Kaufman, who commonly mixes surrealism and existentialism.

  • You don't have to go e don't have to go where forward in time, you You can stay here much like another Kaufman film, Synecdoche, New York It challenges our perception of time and reality above all else.

  • It's about the human condition, missed opportunities and the insecurities that eat away at us.

  • Jake needs to see me as someone who sees him.

  • He needs to be seen, and he needs to be seen with approval like That's my purpose in all this in life to approve of Jake to keep him going and he needs to see me as someone whose approval of him is validated because I'm approved of by others.

  • While Kaufman has discussed these themes before, he's never done it in such twisted, unnerve ing and even scary ways.

  • It won't just leave you questioning your own existence but rethinking what a psychological horror movie can be.

  • Take the tar nightgown to the basement.

  • Live dangerous.

  • Number four Soul 2020 gave us to Pixar films, both of which touched upon life, death and what makes us human life is full of possibilities.

  • You just need to know where to look.

  • Granted, the main characters in onward were technically elves, but their struggles and dynamics certainly felt human as wonderful is that film is Soul stands out as this year's greatest achievement and animation not only on a technical level but in terms of storytelling as well.

  • With Inside Out, director Pete Docter took us on an inventive exploration of the human mind.

  • Along with co director Kemp Powers.

  • Doctor goes to even deeper places in Seoul.

  • This happens No, it's the great before this is where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interest.

  • Aside from bringing great joy audiences of all ages.

  • The film's life affirming message reminds us what's most important.

  • Don't miss out on the joys of life like pizza.

  • Funny, profound and soulful, it's a movie that we all needed in 2020.

  • Number three Manc.

  • It's generally known that Orson Welles with a director, producer and writer on Citizen Kane, not to mention its star.

  • What some might not know is that the cinematic masterpiece was co written by Herman J.

  • Mankowitz, who had to fight to get the credit he deserved.

  • Who do you think you are?

  • You're nothing but a court jester.

  • Who better to tell this legend story than another legend?

  • Director David Fincher, along with cinematographer Eric Messerschmitt Fincher does an extraordinary job of replicating the look and tone of Citizen Kane.

  • As Mankowitz struggles to complete the picture.

  • Gary Oldman delivers another transformative performance as Mankowitz, while Amanda Seyfried turns in some of her best work as actress Marion Davies.

  • Shockingly citizen Kane didn't win best picture, but could manc right this wrong almost 80 years later on like black fire, religion, all in one film that's director programs.

  • Why I always want manc around number 2 to 5 Bloods.

  • Spike Lee has hit two home runs in a row with Black Klansman.

  • He won his first competitive Oscar arm yourself Brother Get ready because the revolution is coming way wouldn't be surprised if we picked up another for this war.

  • Drama, which possesses echoes of classics like Platoon and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre to five Bloods, blends the past with the present showing how little has changed since the Vietnam War, especially for the black soldiers who fought.

  • We've been dying for this country from the very get hoping One day they give us our rightful place.

  • The cast is universally excellent, although the two standout performances come from Delroy Lindo, who dominates the screen, and the late Chadwick Boseman, whose presence is sure to bring a tear to your eye, You got me Now You got me Good nothing with themes concerning race, regret, greed, nostalgia and brotherhood.

  • Few films released in 2020 are better suited to the current zeitgeist.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are some honorable mentions.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog after that first trailer, who would have guessed this video game movie would be a blast pop quiz hotshot.

  • You just picked a fight with the poorly disguised hedgehog who's seen way too many action movies.

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  • Palm Springs, the year's best and most creative romantic comedy.

  • Mhm, Yeah, Tenet.

  • Christopher Nolan's latest mind Bender is best experienced on a sizable screen.

  • What do you think we're seeing?

  • The detritus of a coming war?

  • First Cow, Another minimalist masterwork from Kelly Reichardt.

  • You've got a window here, Cookie.

  • History isn't here yet.

  • It's coming that maybe this time we can, taking on our own terms on the rocks Bill Murray's reunion with Sofia Coppola is on Lee Made Better by Rashida Jones.

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  • Number one Nomad Land 2020 marked one of the most difficult chapters in human history since the great recession.

  • In that sense, Nomad Land couldn't have arrived at a more appropriate time.

  • It's a great document of a very specific time in our world.

  • Although Nomad Land focuses on a challenging period, it will leave audiences feeling more hopeful, which is especially welcome.

  • Now it's okay to make another choice.

  • It's okay to be different.

  • Based on a nonfiction book, the story follows a woman who travels across the American West after the recession leaves her with nothing this'll profoundly emotional.

  • Film is carried by a phenomenal performance from Frances McDormand and the considerable talents of Closure, who serves as the director, writer, co producer and editor.

  • Our challenge was, How do we incorporate their colorful stories into First Journey?

  • I think all of us have a great story to tell.

  • Becoming the first film to win both The Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

  • We foresee even Mawr milestones and accolades on its horizon.

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