From time-inverting blockbusters to Adam Sandler's most nerve-shredding role, these are the finest films of last year
Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson hit career-best form as wild-eyed wickies who lose the plot when they're stranded on a wind-lashed island. Shot in the archaic 1.19:1 aspect ratio, this head-messing flick feels anything but old hat.
Moving between a photorealistic New York and the softer, more abstract The Great Before, Soul offers up stunning animation and a heart-swelling message about grabbing life where you can.
Gary Oldman's alcoholic screenwriter pens Citizen Kane in this witty recounting of how Herman J Mankiewicz's seminal work came to be. Mank's incredibly witty script steals the show.
The Safdie brothers' nerve-shredding thriller sees Adam Sandler deliver the turn of his life as the hapless jeweller digging an increasingly deep hole for himself. Kiss your nails goodbye.
Bong Joon-ho's genre-mashing masterpiece took Best Picture at the Oscars, and it's not hard to see why. Part jittery thriller, part social commentary, part inky black comedy, Parasite defies being pigeon-holed.
A super-suspenseful blockbuster that surges forward with ruthless momentum, even as cars, bullets and a 747 slide past in the opposite direction. Tenet is bold and nuts, and 2020's best movie.
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