The Biggest Movies To Watch In 2020 (And Beyond)
Most of 2020’s biggest films have been delayed and rescheduled, but there’s still plenty to look forward to this year and beyond.
Movies Coming In 2021 And Beyond We Can’t Wait To See
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There were no Marvel movies released in 2020, largely due to the global coronavirus pandemic, but movie fans can take solace in the upcoming big-budget projects heading to theaters in 2021 and beyond.
Marvel may have had a quiet year in 2020, but get ready for the fourth Thor movie under the guidance of acclaimed director Taika Waititi and the upcoming Eternals movie, which will be directed by Chloé Zhao.
The DCEU will also be releasing the Aquaman sequel and its first stand-alone Flash movie. Movie fans are in for a treat in the next couple of years, and here is a roundup of movies coming in 2021 and beyond that we can’t wait to see.
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A Quiet Place Part II | 0:00
Fast & Furious 9 | 1:16
Ghostbusters: Afterlife | 2:14
Venom: Let There Be Carnage | 3:17
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness | 4:06
Top Gun: Maverick | 5:03
Godzilla vs. Kong | 6:14
Spider-Man 3 | 7:18
Morbius | 8:30
Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 | 9:37
Thor: Love and Thunder | 10:53
The Matrix 4 | 11:50
Eternals | 13:03
Into the Spider-Verse 2 | 14:19
The Flash | 15:26
Aquaman 2 | 16:19
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Beyond The Line (FULL MOVIE 2019) World War 2
Beyond The Line – It’s the close of World War II. Unwilling to surrender, rogue German forces shoot down a returning British squadron leaving Sydney Baker wounded and lost with the enemy closing in. He’s saved by American soldier and the duo must face their fears, both internal and external, to defeat the enemy and make it back to friendly territory alive.
2019. Stars: Chris Walters, Jackson Berlin, Darren Andrichuk
Top 10 Movies of 2021
2021 is in the rearview mirror and before we look forward to the most anticipated movies in 2022, it’s our turn to look back at the best last year had to offer. From a three hour, intimate Japanese drama to the biggest blockbuster Marvel and the MCU had to offer, it was a great year in the cinema. Here is a look at our 10 favorite films of 2021.
We broke our picks out by genres, from comedies like the hard to pin down, based on a twitter thread, Zola, and Wes Anderson at his MOST Wes Anderson-y with The French Dispatch, to the biggest budgets Hollywood can muster in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dune and Steven Spielberg the first time music director of West Side Story. Lin Manuel Miranda gave us In The Heights and Andrew Garfield in Tick, Tick, Boom. Music documentaries had a banner year as well, Peter Jackson and The Beatles, Questlove and the Summer of Soul and four separate Britney Spears docs found their way to screens this year. But period dramas were just as great, like Ridley Scott and The Last Duel, David Lowery’s Arthurian legend The Green Knight and Benedict Cumberbatch found his way to the old west with Jane Campion in The Power of the Dog.
But let us know what your favorites were this year and be sure to subscribe to CineFix for everything coming in 2022!
This Movie List was written by Billy Jackson and edited by Justin Donaldson.