Weekly Recap: Locked Down, The Marksman, Most Anticipated Films & More!

2021 is coming in hot, so let's talk movies. This week's reviews include a quarantine-themed comedy-drama-heist flick (Locked Down), a new Liam Neeson action flick (The Marksman), a terrific documentary (MLK/FBI), and more. Plus  I have my picks for my most anticipated films of 2021, my top ten of 2020, an early review of The White Tiger, and other write-ups.
Additionally, there are more podcasts we put together, including our episodes covering the best films of 2020, Small Axe, Soul, and more. Finally, there are my various essays lists, and new trailers to dig into as well. Enjoy, stay safe out there, and thanks for reading!

Movie Reviews And Top Ten Lists:

(All Reviews Are Linked)

Recent Reviews:

(Note: News of the World and Promising Young Woman are now available on PVOD, One Night in Miami is now on Prime.)

Top Ten Films of 2020 (All Streaming):

  1. Small Axe - Prime
  2. Da 5 Bloods - Netflix
  3. Mank - Netflix
  4. David Byrne's American Utopia - HBO Max
  5. The Personal History of David Copperfield - On VOD
  6. First Cow - On VOD, Showtime
  7. The Vast of Night - Prime
  8. Soul - Disney+
  9. Jallikattu - Prime
  10. Bacurau - Criterion Channel, Kanopy


  • The Top Ten Films of 2020Aaron and Abe are joined by Movies Markus’ Markus Robinson to countdown their top ten films of 2020.
  • Small AxeAaron is joined by Movies Markus’ Markus Robinson and Professor Mike Dillon to talk about the entire Small Axe anthology of films from director Steve McQueen.
  • Soul Aaron and Abe are joined by David Yeh to talk all about Pixar’s Soul, an out-of-this-world comedy about the afterlife and what comes before.
  • All Episodes

Trailers & Other Articles Of Note:

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