Films you’ve seen in 2020

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  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix L to the OG

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  2. Ellie

    Ellie Super talented triple threat

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    Excellent. As always cinema only for me. The rest all recorded on Letterboxd. Just one on New Years Day this year:
    1. The Gentlemen
    2. Spies In Disguise
    3. 1917
    4. Seberg
    5. Bombshell
    6. Bad Boys For Life
    7. Waves
     
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  3. Rhythmbarbican

    Rhythmbarbican User

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    Cinema only this year, I started a TV/dvd one last year but it got too long.

    08 1917
    09 The Gentlemen
    09 Bombshell
    07 JoJo Rabbit
    09 Bad Boys For Life
    06 The Personal History of David Copperfield
     
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  4. ameraal

    ameraal trash

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    cinema:

    07 judy
    08 knives out

    home:

    10 marriage story
    07 the house that jack built
    07 vice
    07 bombshell
     
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  5. Helen_S

    Helen_S User

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    Home:

    January:

    Mr. Miracle - 5
    The Runner (2015) - 6
    The Santa Suit - 6
    The Holiday (2006) - 10
    Frank (2014) (Abrahamson) - 7
    The Turn Of The Screw (2009) - 7
    Dead End (2003) (Andrea) - 8
    The Light Before Christmas - 8
    Dracula (2020) - 3
    The Snowman (1982) - 9
    A Muppets Christmas: Letters To Santa - 7
    Father Christmas (1991) - 10
    Gremlins - 10
    The Miracle On 34th Street (1955) - 6
    Bridget Jones' Baby - 6
    Death On The Nile (1978) - 9
    Batman (1989) - 9
    Murder In The Outback - 7
    Saint (2010) - 7
    How The 'Dook Stole Christmas - 4
    Santa And Death - 7
    Santa Claus (1898) - 7
    The Night Before Christmas (1933) - 7
    Holiday Fear - 7
    Christmas Presence (2015) - 7
    A Christmas Tale (2005) - 10
    Eyes Wide Shut - 9
    Susan Hill's Ghost Story - 4
    Batman Returns - 10
    Bloody New Year - 7
    Why Him? - 7
    And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself - 6
    Wolves (2014) - 4
    Animal Farm (1954) - 7
    The Lion In Winter (1968) - 7
    The Girl On The Train (2016) (Taylor) - 8
     
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  6. Ryan

    Ryan User

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    Cinema

    1. The Gentlemen (7)
    2. Jojo Rabbit (9)
    3. Bombshell (7)
    4. Just Mercy (8)
    5. 1917 (8)
    6. Seberg (7)
    7. Richard Jewell (7)
    8. Like A Boss (3)
    9. Bad Boys For Life (6)

    TV

    1. The Irishman (8)
    2. Dolemite Is My Name (8)
    3. Awakenings (8)
    4. Leviathan (8)
    5. Two Days, One Night (8)
     
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  7. VoR

    VoR Forever in our hearts #Justice4Barb

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    Cinema

    JoJo Rabbit (08)
    1917 (08)
     
  8. HeLikedTurner

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    Cats - 6
    Woman at War - 10
    Marriage Story - 4
    Little Women - 6
    JoJo Rabbit - 9
    1917 - 6
    Bombshell - 7
     
  9. Gangsta Nancy Lam

    Gangsta Nancy Lam mess

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    Knives Out - great sweaters, beautiful sweaters
    Jojo Rabbit - I cried like a baby
     
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  10. vespertine

    vespertine A kind of fever chart

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    All the Money in the World - 5/10



    Meh! Romain Duris was dreadful, he deserved a Razzie for his clichéd 1980's Children Programme take on an Italian villain. :D

    And also, what is it with this grey-ish filter in every second film these days?
     

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