For the latest edition of The Ultimate Choice, Amy asks her fellow film fans to share their top films of 2020.
A review of the 2020 documentary Boys State, which focuses on the Texas-ran scheme that gives a thousand teenage boys to learn about politics.
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A review of the 2020 Italian Netflix film The Life Ahead, directed by Edoardo Ponti and starring Sophia Loren.
From Portrait of a Lady on Fire to Soul, Amy announces the films that are nominated for the 2021 Film For Thought Awards.
A review of the 2020 Netflix film Death to 2020, a mockumentary about the past year from the mind of Charlie Brooker.
A review of the 2020 Amazon Prime film Sylvie’s Love, directed by Eugene Ashe and starring Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha.
Now that 2020 is officially over, Amy looked back on the past year and gives her list of the top ten films of 2020.
A review of the 2020 Netflix film I’m No Longer Here, the entry from Mexico for the Best International Feature category at the Oscars.
After what has been a tough 2020, Amy shares one of the achievements that she is most proud of: writing a screenplay.
A review of the 2021 Netflix film Pieces of a Woman by director Kornél Mundruczó. Starring Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBeouf and Ellen Burstyn.
A review of the 2020 Netflix movie The Midnight Sky, directed by and starring George Clooney alongside Felicity Jones.
A review of the latest film from Netflix, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, based on the play by August Wilson. Starring Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman.
A review of Disney Pixar’s newest film by director Pete Docter, Soul, which releases on Disney+ on December 25th.
The celebrate the life of Chadwick Boseman, alongside the release of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, we look at Boseman’s best roles.
A review of the new Ryan Murphy film The Prom (2020), based on the musical of the same name. Starring Meryl Streep, James Corden and Jo Ellen Pellman.