Looking for great films to watch? Here are Christopher Lloyd’s top 10 films of 2020.
10. The Outpost
9. News of the World
8. Possessor (Uncut)
7. Desert ONe
6. The Personal History of David Copperfield
1. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
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Need a new movie to watch? Michael Ealy talks about his new film “Fatale,” also staring Hilary Swank. This is something you don’t want to miss out on!
“Fatale” is now playing in theaters, and it premieres this Friday everywhere you rent movies.
After a wild one-night stand, a successful sports agent watches his perfect life slowly disappear when he discovers the sexy and mysterious woman he risked everything for is a determined police detective who entangles him in her latest investigation. As he desperately tries to put the pieces together, he falls deeper into her trap, risking his family, his career, and even his life.
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Christopher Lloyd from The Film Yap has his picks for what’s new in theaters and streaming in your living room.
New in Theaters:
The Nest — Jude Law stars in plays a businessman who moves his family to the countryside but can’t escape the personal and professional fears stalking him.
New On Digital/Demand:
Blackbird — Susan Sarandan plays a dying mother who wants to gather her flock for one last contentious weekend before she goes. With Kate Winslet and Sam Neill. Read more
The Devil All the Time — In 1950s West Virginia, Tom Holland is a young man caught up in backwoods feuds and corruption. Great performances, but just not enough substance to go around, says Andy Carr. Read more
Teenage Badass — A wannabe band looks like they’re finally getting their big shot with a spot on the local news, but wacky events conspire to bring them down.
Lost Girls and Love Hotels — Alexandra Daddario is an American living in Japan who works as a flight attendant teacher by day, but at night she wanders an underworld of sexual intrigue.
New on Disc:
Stephen King 5-Movie Collection — Five of the horror master’s film adaptations are now out on Blu-ray in time for Halloween! “The Stand,” “The Dead Zone,” “Silver Bullet” and both versions of “Pet Sematary.”
You Might Have Missed:
Roman Holiday — The classic that many see as the godfather of the modern romantic comedy. Now for the first time on Blu-ray.
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