Top 10 Most Underrated Movies of 2020
By siliconindia | Friday, 18 December 2020, 17:20 Hrs
Our box office has several entries every single year, some make it really big despite having a poor storyline or vice versa. The success of a movie could depend on anything like the direction, storyline, stardom the production banner, and so on. The movies that are successful at the box office could be good but not all the ones that fail at the box office are certainly bad but some are underrated movies. Let’s check out a few underrated gems at the box office in 2020.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior
This movie is a biography about Tanhaji, a Maratha warrior who led the Marathas to a long battle and how he lost his life by the end of the war. Although the battle was won by the Marathas there was no celebration of victory. Tanhaji has been a visually attractive movie the displays expressive performances of the entire cast, this is certainly not a one to be missed especially for the patriot.
Taapsee starrer Thappad is a must-watch for every Indian who have conservation thought about women and their future. Amrita had thought she had everything she wanted, a perfect husband, a caring mother-in-law, supportive parents, and a younger brother - until one evening when her world fell apart. That evening, her husband lost his cool and slapped her in front of all the guests, which makes her question everything about who she was. An eye-opener that clearly tells you about the perils of patriarchal society, Thappad is nothing but a masterpiece and deserves to be on your must-watch list!
Panga revolves around a middle-class Indian woman, what happens when she gives in to her love for kabaddi and decides to come back to the sport after giving up on it years ago? And this is what the whole movie is all about. The storyline is true and emotional, on the other hand, the extraordinary performances of Kangana Ranaut, Jassie Gill, Richa Chaddha, and Yagya Bhasin won us over and is a must watch it.
Irrfan Khan’s last movie that was released just before his death, Angrezi Medium tells you the story of how far a father can go to make his daughter’s dreams come true. A last tribute to the legend that will make you tear-up, Angrezi Medium is an emotional rollercoaster that needs to be on your list!
Alison Brie has portrayed her acting range in 2020's Horse Girl. Brie not only stars in but co-wrote the film, using her own family's history of mental illness as a framework. If anyone goes into the Horse Girl without knowing much about the story, it could fool you. When b introduced to Sarah (Brie), the film feels light and funny. Sure, Sarah seems a little weird. At the very least she's socially awkward and has a strange fixation on a local horse. But as the film progresses, things take a very hard takes left turn.
It is dramatic music or a torrent of emotional dialogue. A perfect example is Ordinary Love. Tom and Joan the couple in their '60s whose lives turn complex when Joan finds a lump on one of her breasts. We follow them through each agonizing step through diagnostic procedures and surgeries and watch as the comfort they find in one another begins to turn sour. There isn't a lot of exposition or even a lot of details revealed.
The Last Full Measure
The Last Full Measure is a true story based on Air Force medic William H. Pitsenbarger, who saved the lives of 60 American soldiers during 1966's ill-fated Operation Abilene, sacrificing his own life in the process. At first simply taking the assignment to help his career, Huffman eventually uncovers a decades-old conspiracy that's helped to keep the fallen hero from the honor he deserves.
Stephen Lang starrer VFW narrates the story of a Vietnam vet who holds court with his buddies at the run-down VFW hall. Meanwhile, the teens and tweens of Fred's town have been seduced by a deadly new drug called Hype which transforms users into punk rock mutants. When a girl calling herself Lizard shows up in the search of protection, however, the assembled veterans battle the oncoming horde with everything from guns to mounted antlers to tennis balls stuffed with gun powder.
While the United States was the first-ever country to send a man on the moon, it was the Soviet Union's cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin who became the first human to orbit the Earth. In the world of the Russian sci-fi horror flick Sputnik, set in 1983, the Soviet Union beats the U.S. to another space travel landmark cosmonaut Konstantin Veshnyakov becomes the first man to bring an alien visitor back to Earth, despite not knowing it.