Most Anticipated of 2020 Review

Every year I post the films I am most anticipating in the coming year and then at the end I look back on what I thought of them

The Grudge (directed by Nicolas Pesce) – Absolute garbage. My review is here.

The Turning (directed by Flora Sigismondi) – Didn’t see, poor reviews made me disinterested.

Kajillionaire (directed by Miranda July) – Loved it! My review is here.

Shirley (directed Josephine Decker) – Okay, bit disappointed. My review is here.

Gretel & Hansel (directed by Oz Perkins) – Pretty great, visuals were amazing. My review is here.

Downhill (directed by Jim Rash & Nat Faxon) – Despite the big names attached, very disappointing when compared to the original Force Majeure. My review here.

Emma. (directed by Autumn de Wilde) – Fantastic. My review here.

The New Mutants (directed by Josh Boone) – Not worth the wait. My review here.

The Personal History of David Copperfield (directed by Armando Iannucci) – Absolutely wonderful. My review here.

Bill and Ted Face the Music (directed by Dean Parisot) – Fun, inoffensive. My review here.

Black Bear (directed by Lawrence Michael Levine) – Aubrey Plaza’s best performance. My review here.

The Devil All the Time (directed by Antonio Campos) – Held off due to some middling & negative reviews. Might watch it one day.

I’m Thinking of Ending Things (directed by Charlie Kaufman) – Another amazing picture from Kaufman. My review here.

Mank (directed by David Fincher) – Not Fincher’s best but a damn good movie. My review here.

The Nest (directed by Sean Durkin) – A haunting story of a troubled marriage. My review here.

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