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1. Bad Boys for Life (2020)

Both Bad Boys and Bad Boys II may be routine, but they live on in the hearts of many action fans as the ideal companion, with a 78% screen score.

Although real director Michael Bay is not coming back to life for the bad guys, producer Jerry Brockimer is overseeing the film, and we're confident that director.

Adil al-Ruby and Black & Gangsta's Bilal Fallah will be able to match his signature style and pace. Will be consistent.

2. Dolittle (2020) 

After the duo's poorly received films starring Eddie Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. is set to take on Dr. Dottell's mantle in a new screen adaptation directed by Stephen Gagan (Gold, Syriana).

The film will be based on author Hugh Lofting's second book, starring Tom Holland, Marion Cotyard, Selena Gomez, John Cena, Emma Thompson, and more, co-starring Antonio Bunders and Michael Shane.

3. First Cow (2020)

Very few directors pay as much attention to the rhythms of nature as Kelly Ricard, and the filmmaker's place, a special skill in evoking a sense of thought, emotion and stimulus, is dying in the first cow.

Adapted from Jonathan Raymond's novel Half-Life, Richard's slow-paced drama focuses on the  gypsy chef named Cookie (John McGraw), who befriends and walks after arriving at the Pacific Northwest Castle. The Chinese go into business with Lonir Shah.

Lou (Orion Lee) makes and sells an "oiled cake" made from milk from a dairy cow owned by wealthy Chief Factor (Toby Jones).

Cookie and King Lou's attempt to rise above their socio-economic station through a criminal scheme, and the potential catastrophe that awaits them, is the astonishing heart of this calm cloudy thrill, from which - frustrated faces.

Gestures and rituals Surprised - Impressions of the forces pushing her characters, and the advancing impressions of the advancing nation.

4. The Painted Bird (2020)

The three-and-a-half-hour black-and-white Odyssey, by the symbolic Holocaust's horrors, is not for Wicklow Marhol's painted bird heart stereotype. In keeping with Jerry Kosciuszko's famous 1965 novel of the same name.

Marvel's film is a heartbreaking story about an unknown Jewish boy (Peter Kotler) who, during World War II, fell into the hands of various Eastern Europeans under the sun. The victim is suffering from anger.

Which he temporarily stops. From the witch to the Madison woman who bury it to her throat (it's better to throw crows at her) and a bachelor (Julian Sands) with Pedo Falk Miley.

A violent jealous old man (Edu Care) and a young girl With savage desires, the people the boy comes in contact with are a wild, wicked group.

5. The Lodge (2020)

Severin Fiala and Veronica Franz, the duo who brought us the 2014 cool psychological thriller Good Night Mom, are back with another amazing horror movie.

Riley plays Kiev Grace, a young woman who is left alone in a winter lodge with her boyfriend's two children - but not everything, or everyone, is exactly what she sees. And as the secret unfolds and the tension escalates, there may be more personal history to worry about.

6. The Assistant (2020)

Kitty Green's assistant is the first great #MeToo film, a hard look at everyday economic practices that address gender imbalances and unfair treatment in the workplace system.

Although you may not have heard of Harvey Weinstein once, his presence is evident in his clinical story about Jane (a sterling Julia Garner), both of whom are less than a woman on the totem pole at a film production company.

Is being insulted. Subtle and clear layout. Even if he is being punished by his boss (Who have only heard on the phone), or quietly share highlights with their female colleagues.

Jane is a victim of both exploitative men and, similarly, a corrupt institutional structure that promotes and maintains itself. Catrotrop ruthlessness and quiet silence.

7. Capone (2020)

The effect of mild intensity and charismatic growth on Tom Hardy's gift is felt throughout Capone, a legend of the past year in the life of the legendary American gangster.

Trapped in a fine property in Florida, his brain is degraded by neurosyphilitic dementia, Alkpon (Hardy) Rent, Rios, the soil itself, and he identifies people from his past.

Writer / director Josh Trunk's film is a personal affair that is largely told by Capone's POV, so that nothing can be trusted and yet everything symbolically symbolizes this person's deep-seated intentions, fears. And speaks of suspicions

8. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)

The first trailer for this adaptation of the classic video game attracted sound fans around the world with the popular sound, forcing the studio to announce that it would update the character's appearance.

That's because its original 2019 release date has been pushed back - but other than that, the same fans were about Dr. Robotin as the villain about Jim Kerry.

9. The Invisible Man (2020)

After 2017, Mum failed to launch Universal's Cinematic Universe of Classic Monsters, handing over the reins of Invisible Man to her Drone partners at the Blum Blum House, a state-of-the-art standstone feature.

Elizabeth Moss stars as a former lover of an abusive gossip who has committed suicide - or her? He may be breathing on her shoulder and her house may be on fire.

10. Bloodshot (2020)

Who is the blood shot? If there was any hint in the re-launch series of Valentine Comics Assassin, that's the big question.

A non-stop supercomputer powered by nanomines, Blood Shot's past is a mystery to him, and he is on a mission to find out who he is and who he is - or what - he is controlling.

As the One Diesel Tytler character, expect the heavy side of testosterone with this piece of sci-fi.

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