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Apple's Movies Top 10 List
Apple has released its top ten list of movies for 2020, and it's an impressive selection of blockbusters and indie films. From the highly anticipated “Wonder Woman 1984” to the critically acclaimed “Da 5 Bloods,” the list is sure to please movie fans of all ages.
The list is topped by the superhero sequel “Wonder Woman 1984,” which stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. The movie was released in December and has been a smash hit, grossing over $300 million worldwide.
Next up is “Soul,” the Pixar animated feature about a music teacher who finds himself in the afterlife. The movie has been widely praised for its visuals and its message of finding your inner passion.
Ranking third is Spike Lee's “Da 5 Bloods,” a war drama about four African-American Vietnam War veterans who return to the country decades later to search for the remains of their fallen comrade. The movie has been hailed as a powerful and timely work of art.
The fourth spot is occupied by “Greyhound,” the World War II drama starring Tom Hanks. The film follows a US Navy commander who is tasked with leading an Allied convoy across the Atlantic.
Rounding out the top five is the critically acclaimed “The Father,” a drama starring Anthony Hopkins as an elderly man struggling with dementia. The movie has been praised for its poignant portrayal of aging and memory loss.
Other movies on the list include “The Invisible Man,” “The Old Guard,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “The Outpost,” and “The King of Staten Island.” All of these films have been praised by critics and are sure to be hits with audiences.
Apple's top ten list is a great way to find new and exciting movies to watch. Whether you're looking for a blockbuster or a thought-provoking indie, there's something for everyone on this list.