The 10 Best Drama movies of 2020: List of best movies of 2020 so far

Best drama movies Introduction: best dramas on Netflix, prime and Disney + Hotstar

Every year is a new commencement to different movies, and likewise, 2020 is inevitable with the entertainment, although the actual releasing dates have suffered fluctuations. One certainty that the virus outrage has left is the shifting of dates. That factor may be negligible to you but not for the movie freaks that have been waiting for the movie release ever since.

The ten best comedy movies of all time

Introduction

Who doesn’t love a good comedy? Everybody does! Comedy movies are an essential part of American cinema. With some of the best comedy releases, the early 1900s have been the golden era for comedy movies. However, with passing time, comedy movies have been only becoming more relevant and popular. If you are looking to have a relaxed afternoon along with a hilarious flick, we have listed the best funny movies of all time. Some of these are also the top movies on Netflix, so you won’t face trouble finding them! Note that we have used the ranking system and score by Rotten Tomatoes to come up with this list.

Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)

Kevin Hart: What Now is a documentary type of film that shows the comedian in one of his best performances. Hart performs in Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia’s premier outdoor venue, in front of a 50,000-strong crowd with Harry Berry and Dennis Keiffer in the cast. Hart co-wrote the material with Harry Ratchford while Leslie Small and Tim Story directed it.

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016)

Boo! A Madea Halloween, a horror comedy film, is the brainchild of the multi-talented Tyler Perry who wrote, produced, and directed it. The film is notable because it’s inspired by a fictitious Madea Halloween film featured on a real film, Chris Rock’s Top Five (2014) and it’s the second Madea movie not adapted from an original stage play; the first was Madea’s Witness Protection. Tyler Perry reprises his role as Madea Simmons as well as Brian and Uncle Jose Simmons while Diamond White, Bella Thorne, Cassi Davis, and Patrice Lovely are in the supporting roles.

Arrival (2016)

Arrival was directed by Denis Villeneuve with the science fiction drama film’s screenplay written by Eric Heisserer. The film is based on “Story of Your Life”, a short story by Ted Chiang. Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, and Forest Whitaker are in the film’s lead roles for which they were praised for their effective acting.