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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

entry arrow6:31 PM | All the 2020 Films I’ve Seen, Ranked

If there was a year for endlessly watching movies, 2020 would be it. While movie theaters closed down, and while we thought of the last film we watched in the theater [mine was the Pixar film Onwards in City Mall, what was yours?] with some degree of premature nostalgia, we learned to flock to streaming online, Netflix most of all.

I have seen 331 films in 2020—features [including animated films], documentaries, and short films. A record for me. And I’ve ranked them all.

But any ranked list changes over time, because our responses to anything will always be tied to context and personal connection, which are relative. I say this because even up to now, I look at this list and it's difficult to resist the urge to rearrange. For example, when I watched Regina King's One Night in Miami for the first time, I was impressed—but not enough for it to breach my provisional Top 10 of the year.

But I could not stop thinking about the film. When I saw it for the second time a few days later, I was able to reach deeper into its cinematic nuances and the gravity of its themes, and I found a better movie than when I first saw it. Now, it's my No. 2.

But it has been an exhilarating year for the movies, even given the pandemic lockdown that made many of our anticipated releases unfortunately decamp to 2021. The loss of Black Widow, Coming 2 America, Death on the Nile, Dune, Eternals, The French Dispatch, The Green Knight, In the Heights, Memoria, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place Part II, Top Gun: Maverick, and West Side Story to later playdates was keenly felt—but it also afforded smaller films to rise and define the movies of 2020, outshining even the big ones that dared open, like Tenet, Mulan, and Wonder Woman 1984, which were disappointments.

What I like about the films I loved in 2020 were their daring to be blissfully, utterly human, warts and all—and yet finding ultimate grace in that exploration of humanity. In Nomadland, a woman loses her home in the recession and decides to live in her van while traveling the country—but finds uncommon bond with nomads like her, and beauty in harsh country. In First Cow, two strangers in frontierland America decide to live together, and find joy and sustenance in baking cookies flavoured by stolen milk. In Saint Frances, a lost soul in her mid-30s becomes a nanny for the summer with no intentions of being good at her parttime job—but finds herself becoming a better woman, much to her surprise. In Minari, a Korean immigrant pursues the American dream of farming land in Iowa—despite bad turns of luck, protests from his wife, and the culture clash he frequently encounters. Even in the horror landscape of The Painted Bird, a very divisive film where a boy encounters unimaginable perversions while escaping the fires of World War II, humanity glimmers like a kind of holy grail.

I think that's what I responded to in films in the difficult year that was 2020: grace notes in the midst of loss, horror, and depression. I found it in Elehiya sa Paglimot, the moving documentary on the filmmaker's grappling with his father's battle with Alzheimer’s disease. I found it in Soul, the Pixar film on jazz, death, and second chances. I found it in About Endlessness, Roy Andersson's final film in his trilogy of weird dioramas of human foibles and frailty.

I love that 2020 was the year of the lesbian in film, with Ammonite, Deux [Two of Us], The Half of It, Happiest Season, Kajillionaire, The Prom, and Summer of Mesa coming to the fore—some better than the others. I love that trans people found complex representations in Alice Junior, The Craft: Legacy, Funny Boy, and Lingua Franca, with the documentary Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen capping it all—again, some better than the others. I love the gender fluidity of Aviva, Possessor, Shirley, You Don't Nomi, and True History of the Kelly Gang. I love that many films featuring gay men—End of the Century, The Christmas Setup, Los Fuertes [The Strong Ones], José, Matthias and Maxime, Monsoon, and Sublet—invariably involved place and transitions: whether arriving in a strange land or leaving a familiar one, and groping for anchor either way. I love that we have gay heroes to emulate [The Old Guard and Uncle Frank], and gay villains to make things more interesting [He Who is Without Sin]. And I love that we're still doing coming of age films [The Boy Foretold by the Stars, Summer of 85, Your Name Engraved Herein, and The Thing About Harry], even when we grapple with the continuing challenges of being LGBTQ [And Then We Danced, Supernova, The Surrogate, Welcome to Chechnya, and Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker].

I love that Greenland grounded for me my favorite genre of the disaster movie. I love that we had theatrical performances on film such as Hamilton, What the Constitution Means to Me, and David Byrne’s American Utopia.

I love that Steve McQueen made five films—Mangrove, Lovers Rock, Red, White and Blue, Alex Wheatle, and Education—in an anthology series collectively called Small Axe to document the black experience in Britain, and subsequently unleashing a debate fit for 2020: what is film, and what is television? I love that Steven Soderbergh continues to experiment with cinematic platforms, this year giving us the wonderful Let Them All Talk, and I love that his Contagion, released in 2011, belatedly became the most sought-after film for our fraught times.

And I love that the pandemic had an ironic effect moviegoing-wise: it allowed me greater access to films I would normally not be able to access in time—especially Filipino films. In answer to theater closures nationwide, the local film industry finally created an online portal to new films in release, Upstream, which made patronising Filipino films less a Manila-centric endeavour. Suddenly we had access to QCinema titles, and Metro Manila Film Festival entries without being at the programming mercy of local theater chains. [There is also the new FDCP Channel, which seeks to stream Filipino film classics and new festival titles.]

But I have yet to see some of the critically-acclaimed films of the year, including Asia, French Exit, Gunda, Judas and the Black Messiah, Night of the Kings, Saint Maud, Sun Children, Te Llevo Conmigo [I Carry You With Me], The Truffle Hunters, United States vs. Billie Holiday, and The White Tiger.

Here they all are, ranked.


1. Nomadland (Chloé Zhao, United States)
2. One Night in Miami (Regina King, United States)
3. First Cow (Kelly Reichardt, United States)
4. Saint Frances (Alex Thompson, United States)
5. Another Round (Thomas Vinterberg, Denmark)
6. Minari (Lee Isaac Chung, United States)
7. The Painted Bird (Václav Marhoul, Czech Republic)
8. Colectiv [Collective] (Alexander Nanau, Romania)
9. Himala: Isang Dayalektika ng Ating Panahon (Lav Diaz, Philippines)
10. The Vast of Night (Andrew Patterson, United States)

11. Elehiya sa Paglimot (Kristoffer Brugada, Philippines)
12. Soul (Pete Docter, United States)
13. World of Tomorrow Episode Three: The Absent Destinations of David Prime (Don Hertzfeldt, United States)
14. About Endlessness (Roy Andersson, Sweden)
15. Wolfwalkers (Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, Ireland)
16. Ammonite (Francis Lee, United Kingdom)
17. Kalel, 15 (Jun Robles Lana, Philippines)
18. What the Constitution Means to Me (Marielle Heller, United States)
19. TIE: Slay the Dragon (Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance, United States)
19. TIE: All In: The Fight for Democracy (Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés, United States)

21. Aswang (Alyx Ayn Arumpac, Philippines)
22. The Audition [Das Vorspiel] (Ina Weisse, Germany)
23. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (George C. Wolfe, United States)
24. Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy (Elizabeth Carroll, United States)
25. The Woman Who Ran (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea)
26. TIE: Mangrove (Steve McQueen, United Kingdom)
26. TIE: The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Aaron Sorkin, United States)
28. Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always (Eliza Hittman, United States)
29. A Sun (Chung Mong-hong, Taiwan)
30. Your Name Engraved Herein (Liu Kuang-Hui, Taiwan)


31. Greenland (Ric Roman Waugh, United States)
32. Scare Me (Josh Ruben, United States)
33. Mank (David Fincher, United States)
34. Let Them All Talk (Steven Soderbergh, United States)
35. Never Gonna Snow Again (Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert, Poland)
36. The Old Guard (Gina Prince-Bythewood, United States)
37. Deux [Two of Us] (Filippo Meneghetti, France)
38. The Booksellers (D.W. Young, United States)
39. Bacurau (Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles, Brazil)
40. Quo Vadis, Aida? (Jasmila Žbanić, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

41. Jallikattu (Lijo Jose Pellissery, India)
42. Babyteeth (Shannon Murphy, Australia)
43. The Nest (Sean Durkin, United States)
44. Bad Education (Cory Finley, United States)
45. Summerland (Jessica Swale, United Kingdom)
46. News of the World (Paul Greengrass, United States)
47. Driveways (Andrew Ahn, United States)
48. The Forty-Year-Old Version (Radha Blank, United States)
49. I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Charlie Kaufman, United States)
50. Young Ahmed (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Belgium)

51. His House (Remi Weekes, United States and United Kingdom)
52. This is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection (Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, Lesotho)
53. Lovers Rock (Steve McQueen, United Kingdom)
54. End of the Century (Lucio Castro, Argentina)
55. Mignonnes [Cuties] (Maïmouna Doucouré, France)
56. Hamilton (Thomas Kail, United States)
57. The Assistant (Kitty Green, United States)
58. Emma. (Autumn de Wilde, United States)
59. Sound of Metal (Darius Marder, United States)
60. Color Out of Space (Richard Stanley, United States)

61. Over the Moon (Glen Keane and John Kahrs, United States)
62. Sylvie's Love (Eugene Ashe, United States)
63. Sputnik (Egor Abramenko, Russia)
64. Tesla (Michael Almereyda, United States)
65. Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint (Halina Dyrschka, Germany)
66. Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (Jason Woliner, United States)
67. My Octopus Teacher (Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, South Africa)
68. Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross, United States)
69. City Hall (Frederick Wiseman, United States)
70. A Thousand Cuts (Ramona S. Díaz, United States and Philippines)

71. The Eight Hundred (Guan Hu, China)
72. Godmothered (Sharon Maguire, United States)
73. Ordinary Love (Lisa Barros D'Sa, United Kingdom)
74. Farewell Amor (Ekwa Msangi, United States)
75. Rewind (Sasha Joseph Neulinger, United States)
76. Sublet (Eytan Fox, Israel)
77. Sorry We Missed You (Ken Loach, United Kingdom)
78. El Cazador [Young Hunter] (Marco Berger, Argentina)
79. Pieces of a Woman (Kornél Mundruczó, United States and Canada)
80. La Vérité [The Truth] (Hirokazu Kore-eda, France and Japan)

81. The Boy Foretold by the Stars (Dolly Dulu, Philippines)
82. Fan Girl (Antoinette Jadaone, Philippines)
83. The Wolf House (Joaquín Cociña and Cristóbal León, Chile and Germany)
84. Let Him Go (Thomas Bezucha, United States)
85. The Devil All the Time (Antonio Campos, United States)
86. Possessor (Brandon Cronenberg, United States)
87. End of Sentence (Elfar Adalsteins, United States)
88. Matthias and Maxime (Xavier Dolan, Canada)
89. Totally Under Control (Alex Gibney, Suzanne Hillinger, and Ophelia Harutyunyan, United States)
90. Midnight in a Perfect World (Dodo Dayao, Philippines)

91. I Am Greta (Nathan Grossman, Sweden)
92. You Don't Nomi (Jeffrey McHale, United States)
93. Time (Garrett Bradley, United States)
94. The Mole Agent (Maite Alberdi, Chile)
95. Boys State (Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss, United States)
96. The Swerve (Dean Kapsalis, United States)
97. Ema (Pablo Larraín, Chile)
98. Freaky (Christopher Landon, United States)
99. Love and Monsters (Michael Matthews, United States)
100. Palm Springs (Max Barbakow, United States)


101. David Byrne's American Utopia (Spike Lee, United States)
102. Monsoon (Hong Khaou, United Kingdom)
103. The Father (Florian Zeller, United States)
104. The Way Back (Gavin O’Connor, United States)
105. The Surrogate (Jeremy Hersh, United States)
106. The Platform (Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, Spain)
107. Last and First Men (Jóhann Jóhannsson, Iceland)
108. The Endless Trench (Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi, Spain)
109. The Dark and the Wicked (Bryan Bertino, United States)
110. Gretel and Hansel (Osgood Perkins, United States)

111. Spontaneous (Brian Duffield, United States)
112. True History of the Kelly Gang (Justin Kurzel, Australia, United Kingdom, and France)
113. A Whisker Away (Sato Junichi, Japan)
114. Shirley (Josephine Decker, United States)
115. Charter (Amanda Kernell, Sweden)
116. The Glorias (Julie Taymor, United States)
117. José (Li Cheng, Guatemala)
118. Happy Old Year (Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, Thailand)
119. Da 5 Bloods (Spike Lee, United States)
120. The Twentieth Century (Matthew Rankin, Canada)

121. The Personal History of David Copperfield (Armando Iannucci, United States)
122. A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (Will Becher and Richard Phelan, United Kingdom)
123. Radioactive (Marjane Satrapi, United Kingdom)
134. On the Record (Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, United States)
125. Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution (James Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham, United States)
126. The Climb (Michael Angelo Covino, United States)
127. On the Rocks (Sofia Coppola, United States)
128. Hayop Ka! (Avid Liongoren, Philippines)
129. Marona's Fantastic Tale (Anca Damian, France)
130. Onward (Dan Scanlon, United States)

131. Été 85 [Summer of 85] (François Ozon, France)
132. Buoyancy (Rodd Rathjen, Australia)
133. The Thing About Harry (Peter Paige, United States)
134. To the Ends of the Earth (Kurosawa Kiyoshi, Japan and Uzbekistan)
135. Martin Eden (Pietro Marcello, Italy and France)
136. Vitalina Varela (Pedro Costa, Portugal)
137. A White, White Day (Hlynur Palmason, Iceland)
138. Run (Aneesh Chaganty, United States)
139. Miss Juneteenth (Channing Godfrey Peoples, United States)
140. Rifkin's Festival (Woody Allen, United States, Spain, and Italy)

141. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (David Dobkin, United States)
142. The Croods: A New Age (Joel Crawford, United States)
143. Evil Eye (Elan and Rajeev Dassani, United States and India)
144. Bill and Ted Face the Music (Dean Parisot, United States)
145. Education (Steve McQueen, United Kingdom)
146. Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin (Werner Herzog, United Kingdom)
147. The Call of the Wild (Chris Sanders, United States)
148. Black Bear (Lawrence Michael Levine, United States)
149. Kajillionaire (Miranda July, United States)
150. La Llorona (Jayro Bustamante, Guatemala)

151. The Lodge (Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, United States)
152. Yes, God, Yes (Karen Maine, United States)
153. Lost Girls (Liz Garbus, United States)
154. Dick Johnson is Dead (Kirsten Johnson, United States)
155. Welcome to Chechnya (David France, United States)
156. The Ghost of Peter Sellers (Peter Medak, United States)
157. Red, White, and Blue (Steve McQueen, United Kingdom)
158. Relic (Natalie Erika James, United States)
159. The Boys in the Band (Joe Mantello, United States)
160. The Story of Plastic (Deia Schlosberg, United States)

161. Ghost Tropic (Bas Devos, Belgium)
162. The Christmas Setup (Pat Mills, United States)
163. Hope Gap (William Nicholson, United Kingdom)
164. Herself (Phyllida Lloyd, United Kingdom and Ireland)
165. Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds (Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer, United States)
166. The Life Ahead (Edoardo Ponti, United States and Italy)
167. And Then We Danced (Levan Akin, Georgia)
168. The Dark End of the Street (Kevin Tran, United States)
169. Butt Boy (Tyler Cornack, United States)
170. John Lewis: Good Trouble (Dawn Porter, United States)

171. I'm Your Woman (Julia Hart, United States)
172. The Way I See It (Dawn Porter, United States)
173. Once Upon a Time in Venezuela (Anabel Rodríguez, Venezuela)
174. The Three Deaths of Marisela Escobedo (Carlos Pérez Osorio, Mexico)
175. The Fight (Eli Despres, Josh Kriegman, and Elyse Steinberg, United States)
176. David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet (Jonathan Hughes, Keith Scholey, and Alastair Fothergill, United Kingdom)
177. If Anything Happens I Love You (Will McCormack and Michael Govier, United States)
178. Death of Nintendo (Raya Martin, Philippines)
179. You Will Die at 20 (Amjad Abu Alala, Sudan)
180. Lahi, Hayop (Lav Diaz, Philippines)

181. The Empty Man (David Prior, United States)
182. The Other Lamb (Małgorzata Szumowska, United States)
183. I'm No Longer Here (Fernando Frías, Mexico)
184. Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen (Sam Feder, United States)
185. Better Days (Derek Tsang, Hong Kong)
186. Penguin Bloom (Glendyn Ivin, Australia)
187. Be Water (Bao Nguyen, United States)
188. The Photograph (Stella Meghie, United States)
189. Greyhound (Aaron Schneider, United States)
190. How to Build a Girl (Coky Giedroyc, United States and United Kingdom)

191. Alex Wheatle (Steve McQueen, United Kingdom)
192. Uncle Frank (Alan Ball, United States)
193. Los Fuertes [The Strong Ones] (Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo, Chile)
194. The Wild Goose Lake (Yi'nan Diao, China)
195. Dear Comrades! (Andrei Konchalovsky, Russia)
196. What We Wanted (Ulrikee Kofler, Austria)
197. The Whistlers (Corneliu Porumboiu, Romania)
198. The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart (Frank Marshall, United States)
199. Impetigore (Joko Anwar, Indonesia)
200. Tommaso (Abel Ferrara, United States)


201. Luxor (Zeina Durra, Egypt and United Kingdom)
202. House of Hummingbird (Kim Bora, South Korea)
203. Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist (Alexandre O. Philippe, United States)
204. Out (Steven Hunter, United States)
205. Suk Suk (Ray Yeung, Hong Kong)
206. The Witches (Robert Zemeckis, United States)
207. Save Yourselves! (Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson, United States)
208. Dreamy Eyes (Victor Vu, Vietnam)
209. Host (Rob Savage, United States)
210. #Alive (Il Cho, South Korea)

211. Athlete A (Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, United States)
212. Agatha Christie: 100 Years of Poirot and Miss Marple (Sean Davison, United Kingdom)
213. Come to Daddy (Ant Timpson, Canada)
214. Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (Hitesh Kewalya, India)
215. Ava (Tate Taylor, United States)
216. Trolls World Tour (Walt Dohrn, United States)
217. Bad Boys for Life (Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, United States)
218. The Midnight Sky (George Clooney, United States)
219. The High Note (Nisha Ganatra, United States)
220. This is Paris (Alexandra Dean, United States)

221. Deerskin (Quentin Dupieux, France)
222. The Coin (Siqi Song, China)
223. A Secret Love (Chris Bolan, United States)
224. Magikland (Christian Acuna, Philippines)
225. The Willoughbys (Kris Pearn, Canada)
226. The German Lesson (Christian Schwochow, Germany)
227. Wild Mountain Thyme (John Patrick Shanley, United States)
228. Roh [Soul] (Emir Ezwan, Malaysia)
229. The Social Dilemma (Jeff Orlowski, United States)
230. The Prom (Ryan Murphy, United States)

231. Tenet (Christopher Nolan, United States)
232. Circus of Books (Rachel Mason, United States)
233. La Daronne [Mama Weed] (Jean-Paul Salomé, France)
234. Valley of the Gods (Lech Majewski, United States)
235. An Easy Girl (Rebecca Zlotowski, France)
236. Lamp Life (Valerie LaPointe, United States)
237. Endings, Beginnings (Drake Doremus, United States)
238. The Turning (Floria Sigismondi, United States)
239. He Who is Without Sin (Jason Paul Laxamana, Philippines)
240. Almost Love (Mike Doyle, United States)


241. The Call (Lee Chung-hyun, South Korea)
242. Wonder Woman 1984 (Patti Jenkins, United States)
243. We Can Be Heroes (Robert Rodriguez, United States)
244. After Midnight (Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella, United States)
245. Wander Darkly (Tara Miele, United States)
246. Undine (Christian Petzold, Germany)
247. Kintsugi (Lawrence Fajardo, Philippines)
248. Aviva (Boaz Yakin, United States and France)
249. Wendy (Benh Zeitlin, United States)
250. Lingua Franca (Isabel Sandoval, United States)

251. Downhill (Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, United States)
252. Kingdom of Silence (Rick Rowley, United States)
253. Spaceship Earth (Matt Wolf, United States)
254. Valley Girl (Rachel Lee Goldenberg, United States)
255. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (Cathy Yan, United States)
256. The Half of It (Alice Wu, United States)
257. Swallow (Carlo Mirabella-Davis, United States)
258. Fourteen (Dan Sallitt, United States)
259. The Invisible Man (Leigh Whannell, United States)
260. The Hunt (Craig Zobel, United States)

261. Sonic the Hedgehog (Jeff Fowler, United States)
262. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Tim Hill, United States)
263. An American Pickle (Brandon Trost, United States)
264. Miss Americana (Lana Wilson, United States)
265. The Planters (Alexandra Kotcheff and Hannah Leder, United States)
266. Underwater (William Eubank, United States)
267. The Gentlemen (Guy Ritchie, United States and United Kingdom)
268. Beneath a Sea of Lights (Neel Kumar, United Arab Emirates)
269. 7500 (Patrick Vollrath, Austria, Germany, and United States)
270. Mime Your Manners (Kate Namowicz and Skyler Porras, United States)

271. Mindanao (Brillante Mendoza, Philippines)
272. Superintelligence (Ben Falcone, United States)
273. A Muse (Jimmy Bontatibus, Germany and Romania)
274. The Craft: Legacy (Zoe Lister-Jones, United States)
275. My People My Homeland (Ning Hao, Chen Sicheng, Chao Deng, Da-Mo Peng, Ao Shen, Xu Zheng, Fei Yan, and Baimei Yu, China)


276. Yellow Rose (Diane Paragas, United States)
277. Finding Agnes (Marla Ancheta, Philippines)
278. Crazy Samurai Musashi (Shimomura Yuji, Japan)
279. Agatha and the Midnight Murders (Joe A. Stephenson, United Kingdom)
280. On Vodka, Beers and Regrets (Irene Villamor, Philippines)

281. Promising Young Woman (Emerald Fennell, United States)
282. The Grudge (Nicolas Pesce, United States)
283. The 24th (Kevin Willmot, United States)
284. The War with Grandpa (Tim Hill, United States)
285. Hillbilly Elegy (Ron Howard, United States)
286. The Vigil (Keith Thomas, United States)
287. The Rhythm Section (Reed Morano, United States)
288. Fatima (Marco Pontecorvo, United States and Portugal)
289. Happiest Season (Clea Duvall, United States)
300. Leap (Peter Chan, China)

301. Brahms: The Boy II (William Brent Bell, United States)
302. Rebecca (Ben Wheatley, United States)
303. Honest Thief (Mark Williams, United States)
304. Train to Busan 2: Peninsula (Yeon Sang-ho, South Korea)
305. Tagpuan (Mac Alejandre, Philippines)
306. The New Mutants (Josh Boone, United States)
307. Dolittle (Stephen Gaghan, United States)
308. Bulbbul (Anvita Dutt, India)
309. Blackbird (Roger Michell, United States)
310. Alter Me (RC delos Reyes, Philippines)

311. Mulan (Niki Caro, United States)
312. Project Power (Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, United States)
313. Antebellum (Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, United States)
314. The Wretched (The Pierce Brothers, United States)
315. You Should Have Left (David Koepp, United States)
316. She Dies Tomorrow (Amy Seimetz, United States)
317. The Last Thing He Wanted (Dee Rees, United States)
318. The Wrong Missy (Tyler Spindel, United States)
319. Spenser Confidential (Peter Berg, United States)
320. Like a Boss (Miguel Arteta, United States)

321. The Missing (Easy Ferrer, Philippines)
322. Holidate (John Whitesell, United States)
323. Artemis Fowl (Kenneth Branagh, United States)
324. The Secret Garden (Marc Munden, United States)
325. The Painter and the Thief (Benjamin Ree, Norway)
326. Nightshift (Yam Laranas, Philippines)
327. Lazy Susan (Nick Peet, United States)
328. Fantasy Island (Jeff Wadlow, United States)
329. Songbird (Adam Mason, United States)
330. 365 Days (Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes, Poland)
331. Hindi Tayo Pwede (Joel Lamangan, Philippines)


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