Top 10 Movies of 2020

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Bad Education: As a New York public-school superintendent who embezzled more than $11 million from the system.

Blue Story: A London-set crime drama about rival street gangs, this standout first feature from rapper-director Andrew Onwubolu.

The Assistant: What does it feel like to work for a monster? Look to this lacerating, low-budget provocation from writer-director Kitty Green for an answer.

Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee delivers a righteous, unforgettable epic about four Vietnam vets known as “Da Bloods.

Crip Camp: Subtitled “A Disability Revolution,” this documentary (part of Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground series).

The King of Staten Island: SNL favorite and Staten Island native Pete Davidson had a firefighter dad who died on 9/11. Davidson.

The Invisible Man: Elisabeth Moss and film-maker Leigh Whannell raise the bar on the 1897 H.G. Wells classic by making the smart and timely decision to shift focus from.

Beastie Boys Story: It only sounds simple to film Michael “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz onstage at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre in 2019, using live talk.

First Cow: This new masterwork from director Kelly Reichardt (Old Joy, Meek’s Cutoff), set in Oregon during the 1820s Gold Rush.

Never Rarely Sometimes Always: There were bigger, showier movies in the first half of 2020, but none took a more direct path to the heart than Eliza Hittman’s.

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