Once again it’s been a weird year in movies, with the pandemic-delayed backlog of 2019 and 2020 titles continuing to trickle out. On the bright side, viewers who’d likely have chosen to shell out for just a few films on the big screen have been able to see a lot more of them at home, many for free with streaming memberships. And hey, even a $20 VOD charge is less than you’re going to drop at a cinema if there’s more than one of you. I can’t claim to have seen every last contender for greatness (I’m looking at you, the 3-hour Drive My Car), so I’ll simply say, here are ten pretty good films, from the chills of Candyman to the tropical paradise of Barb and Star.
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