It’s almost the end of the year which means it’s time to look back at my ranking for the films I watched in 2019 ahead of my 2020 ranking. Enjoy! 14. Triple Frontier
Netflix never fails to deliver original films and I’ve seen a few this year. One such movie was Triple Frontier, starring Oscar Isaac and Ben Affleck. It’s a film whose facade makes it seem like this is Sicario 2.0 but in reality, it’s a military take on Ocean’s Eleven which was an unexpected twist, I’m not going to lie.
My family and I ended up watching the whole movie actually, which was a bit surprising. So yeah, it may not have been as good as I had hoped but decent enough for a matinee film.
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Soul is, in my opinion, the best movie of the year. Its story is so perfectly written, its theme so telling for this year’s problems, that to ignore it and deem it unworthy of being considered for Best Picture seems preposterous.
As we all know, 2020 has not been a regular year, meaning the list of films lining up to nab a spot for the Best Picture race is slim and at a time like this it makes even more sense to nominate a great film like Soul for such a prestigious award nomination.
And let’s not forget, it’s happened before. Both Up and Toy Story 3 were great enough films that they were nominated for both Best Animated Feature and Best Picture. Soul should be the next movie to join that list.
It’s a remarkable film that deserves every bit of praise it can get and yeah, I hope I’m not the only one thinking this movie should get Best Picture. And yeah, I even think it should make history by becoming the first animated film ever to win Best Picture because it actually is that good.
What do you think? Do you think it should be nominated for Best Picture? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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