The Best & Worst Films And TV Of 2020

This might’ve been one of the worst years in modern history, but it was one of the best years for cinema in a long time. The preponderance of avant-garde and alternative projects rising like phoenixes from the ashes catalyzed by the freedom of the streaming age & blithe inconsequence of box office this year brought magic to moviemaking.

From the behind-the-scenes creation of Citizen Kane to exposition on The American Dream through the eyes of immigrants to depression-era road-trip journeys across the nation’s landscapes to philosophically-complex animated panegyrics on the mystery of life, here are CLC’s Official Best [& Worst] Films & TV Of 2020

The Best Films Of 2020

The Best Films Of 2020:
1. Mank (Netflix)
2. Minari (A24)
3. Nomadland (Magnolia)
4. Soul (Pixar)
5. Colectiv (Searchlight)

6. The Trial Of The Chicago 7 (Netflix)
7. Tenet (Warner Bros.)
8. Time (Amazon)
9. Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)
10. Sound Of Metal (Amazon)

11. First Cow (A24)
12. Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Focus)
13. Palm Springs (Hulu)
14. One Night In Miami (Amazon)
15. Promising Young Woman (Focus)

16. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Netflix)
17. The Way Back (Warner Bros.)
18. Freaky (Blumhouse)
19. Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner Bros.)
20. Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (Amazon)

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The Worst Films Of 2020

1. The Lodge (NEON)
2. Dolittle (Universal)
3. AVA (Vertical)
4. Like A Boss (Paramount)
5. Artemis Fowl (Disney)

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The Best TV Of 2020

The Best TV Of 2020:
1. Small Axe (Amazon)
2. The Last Dance (30 For 30)
3. The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)
4. The Queen’s Gambit (Netflix)
5. Raised By Wolves (HBO Max)

6. The Boys (S2 / Amazon)
7. Little America (Apple TV+)
8. The Good Lord Bird (Showtime)
9. I May Destroy You (HBO Max)
10. The Haunting Of Bly Manor (Netflix)

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The Worst TV Of 2020

The Worst TV Of 2020:
1. The Goop Lab With Gwenyth Paltrow (Netflix)
2. Too Hot To Handle (Netflix)
3. Emily In Paris (Netflix)
4. Ratched (Netflix)
5. Helstrom (Marvel)

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