Just as The Doors’ Jim Morrison once sang strange days have found us and tracked us down in 2020.
With the global pandemic still wrecking global havoc, the movie industry has moved indoors as many theatres remain closed and many patrons are avoiding those that are open preferring to instead take in films at home.
In a survey conducted by ScreenEngine/ASI for Variety VIP, Disney Plus’ Hamilton leads all SVOD releases this year. In second was Prime Video’s Borat 2 and in third, Prime Video’s My Spy.
Here are the top 20:
|1||Hamilton: The Movie||3 July 2020||Disney+|
|2||Borat 2||23 October 2020||Prime Video|
|3||My Spy||26 June 2020||Prime Video|
|4||Extraction||24 April 2020||Netflix|
|5||Phineas & Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe||28 August 2020||Disney+|
|6||Mulan||4 September 2020||Disney+|
|7||The Old Guard||10 July 2020||Netflix|
|8||The Trial of the Chicago 7||16 October 2020||Netflix|
|9||Roald Dahl’s The Witches||22 October 2020||HBO Max|
|10||The Lovebirds||22 May 2020||Netflix|
|11||Rebecca||21 October 2020||Netflix|
|12||Project Power||14 August 2020||Netflix|
|13||Enola Holmes||23 September 2020||Netflix|
|14||Black is King||31 July 2020||Disney+|
|15||Madea’s Farewell Play||27 August 2020||Prime Video|
|16||Da 5 Bloods||12 June 2020||Netflix|
|17||Bad Hair||23 October 2020||Hulu|
|18||Artemis Fowl||12 June 2020||Disney+|
|19||Lost Girls||13 March 2020||Netflix|
|20||An American Pickle||6 August 2020||HBO Max|
Top Photo: Ken Jeong and Dave Bautista in My Spy (2020). Courtesy: Prime Video.