The Coronavirus pandemic has continued to wreck disaster all over the world. The film industry all over the world has not been spared either. There were several movies that had to be released, or work had to be started this year. However, due to the Covid-19, the shootings and the releases have all been delayed. Even in these difficult times, we have managed to come up with a list of the biggest movies of 2020.
One of the biggest movies for 2020 is going to be the First Cow. The makers of the movie released a trailer in January and another in March this year. Directed by Kelly Reichardt, the movie is a beautiful display of nature, emotion, motivation, and a sense of place. The movie has been adapted from the novel The Half-Life, written by Jonathan Raymond. The movie is about a nomadic chef of the 1820s, known by the name Cookie (John Magaro). The movie has been set in the rural environment and is a fantastic movie about male friendship and about the dangerous capitalist enterprise.
Directed by Kitty Green, the movie is about a recent college graduate and an aspiring movie producer, Jane. Her daily job requires her to make accommodation arrangements, arrange lunch, and take phone messages and the like. While she is working, she finds out about gender discrimination and abuses that go on hideously in the industry. She becomes one of the first people to raise voice against it. The initial release of the movie was 26th March 2020. However, it got delayed, and it is one of the most anticipated movies of the year.
Saint Maud is another most anticipated movie for the year 2020. It was directed by Rose Glass, the movie, a psychological horror movie that was set to hit the theater in April 2020. The movie revolves around Maud, a nurse who takes up the path of Christianity after she faces a traumatic event. After that, Maud is charged to take care of Amanda, a cancer patient who once used to be a great dancer. However, Maud now becomes obsessed with the idea that she needs to save her ward’s soul from eternal damnation. She is adamant about doing this and is ready to go to whatever lengths needed.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
Never Rarely Sometimes Always is a movie based on the issue of abortion and discrimination against women. The movie revolves around a 17-year-old girl, Autumn, from Pennsylvania. She has an unintended pregnancy that she wants to get rid of. Autumn, along with her loyal cousin, Skylar, travels to New York in order to get an abortion. The movie shows how she is faced with even more troubles in New York. These include uncomfortable doctor visits, financial troubles, and facing a chauvinistic world that disrespects and abuses them and considers them as sexual playthings.