Here’s the TOP 5 Highest-Rated Movies of 2020 by Rotten Tomatoes.

By |2021-01-07T10:11:55+05:30January 7th, 2021|

After facing many difficulties this year, people had only one means of entertainment left. And that is to watch movies, series, and other things on OTT platforms. Let us tell you about some of the highest-rated movies of this year 2020.

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom with a 99% rating by “Rotten Tomatoes”

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This movie is based on the true story of Ma Rainey’s life (1927). This movie is a recreation of the book Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by August Wilson. This movie was released on “Netflix” on 25 November 2020.

Wolfwalkers with a 98% rating by “Rotten Tomatoes”

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This movie is suited for those who like to watch animated movies. This animated movie is an adventure-themed movie in which a young boy  (ROBYN) and her father comes to Ireland to help the peoples and wipe out the last pack of the creepy wolf.  Wait, we are not going to tell you everything here, to know more, you have to watch this great animated movie.

Extra Ordinary with a 98% rating by “Rotten Tomatoes”

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Extra Ordinary released on 10 March 2019. This is a horror-comedy movie written and directed by Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman. In this movie a, lady driving instructor named “Rose Dooley” has supernatural abilities but has not used them since a paranormal activity killed her loving father. In the end, she decided to help a possessed girl with her supernatural abilities.

Anything For Jackson with a 98% rating by “Rotten Tomatoes”

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This movie is considered one of the most terrifying movies of the year. In this movie, an old woman conspires to get her dead grandson back through a pregnant woman. The film was released on December 3 and was available on Shudder.

Spontaneous with a 98% rating by “Rotten Tomatoes”

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Released on 2 October 2020 and available on “Prime Video Amazon”. This movie is a science fiction romantic black comedy stars Katherine Langford. In this movie, two high school student seniors Mara (Katherine Langford) and Dylan (Charlie Plummer) got to know that ‘We should not think of tomorrow, we should start living today’.

Enjoy the movies….