Top 10 hollywood movies WATCH NOW

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10. ONLY

ONLY has quietly been a star on Netflix’s Top 10. This relatively unknown independent sci-fi flick has only been eligible for the Daily Top 10 for four days—but in that short amount of time has amassed 30 of the possible 40 points. The movie premiered on Netflix on July 7 and reached a peak position to the following day. DOWNLOAD AT :- NETFLIX APP

9.  https://madam360.comPatriots Day

Patriots Day has been the true surprise of July, grabbing hold of the #9 spot on the very first day of the month. The Mark Wahlberg thriller became the first movie to truly dethrone 365 Days from the top spot—and has consistently dominated the Daily Top 10 since.

8. The old guard

A group of mercenaries, all centuries-old immortals with the ablity to heal themselves, discover someone is onto their secret, and they must fight to protect their freedom.The Old Guard was released on July 10, 2020, on Netflix. download netflix.

7. Bloodshot

After he and his wife are murdered, marine Ray Garrison is resurrected by a team of scientists. Enhanced with nanotechnology, he becomes a superhuman, biotech killing machine – Bloodshot. As Ray first trains with fellow super-soldiers, he cannot recall anything from his former life. But when his memories flood back and he remembers the man that killed both him and his wife, he breaks out of the facility to get revenge, only to discover that there’s more to the conspiracy than he thought.

6. The Last Full Measure

STORY: Inspired by a true story, ‘The Last Full Measure’ is a detailed account of one man’s struggle to get a US Air Force soldier the nation’s highest military honour, 34 years after his ultimate sacrifice in the Vietnam War. REVIEW: April 11, 1966: It was one of the darkest days in the lives of many US Army soldiers, who survived a bloody gun battle, but the memory of that day kills them every day. One man, William H. Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine) — a 21-year-old US Air Force Pararescueman — gave up his own life to save over 60 soldiers he had never met. He let go off the chance to escape and stayed back to help his countrymen, knowing well that it could be fatal.

5. The Informer

he Informer Story: The life of a former special ops soldier completely changes when he goes to jail while trying to protect his wife.

The Informer Review: After getting out of prison once, Pete Koslow (Joel Kinnaman) finds himself trapped by FBI agents trying to frame a Polish drug lord. When a cop is killed during a deal gone bad, he runs the risk of getting exposed as a mole. To protect his identity and save his wife and daughter, Pete agrees to go to jail again, while the FBI promises to keep him safe. Once again, things don’t go according to plan.

4. The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man Story: Cecilia’s (Elisabeth Moss) sanity begins to unravel as she desperately tries to prove she is being hunted by someone only she can see.

The Invisible Man Review: Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) has had enough of the abusive relationship with a brilliant and wealthy scientist Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). One night, she decides to leave him, and escapes with the help of her sister Emily (Harriet Dyer), to live with their childhood friend James (Aldis Hodge) and his teenage daughter Sydney (Storm Reid). But after her sociopath ex is found dead, Cecilia believes an invisible man is hunting her. She feels she’s losing her mind as she starts seeing things that no one else can.

3. Onward

Story: Two elf brothers embark on an adventurous journey to bring their dead father back to life just for a day through magic. How far will they succeed?

Review: Ian (Tom Holland) and Barley Lightfoot (Chris Pratt) are the two teenage elves living with their mother Laurel (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) in New Mushroomton. It’s a fantasy world where technology has replaced magic in the lives of its unique and mythical inhabitants.

2. Joker

Joker Story: The origin tale of the Joker (Joaquin Phoenix) – one of the most iconic villains in comic book history.

Joker Review: Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) isn’t happy with his life. He struggles to make money as a part-time clown while sharing a rundown apartment with his ailing mom (Frances Conroy). But Arthur lives in a city struck by hard times where a decent, honest living is difficult to come by. He also suffers from a condition that causes him to break into uncontrollable laughter. None of this stops Arthur from dreaming big. He aspires to be a stand-up comedian and attempts to write jokes in his diary. Caught in between it all, Arthur slowly begins to lose his grip on sanity.

1. Parasite

Story: A poor, unemployed family play out a well-laid plan to secure jobs for themselves in a wealthy household, only to unleash a series of unexpected events.

Review: ‘Parasite’s’ opening shot of a small glass window looking up from a basement house to the view of a narrow winding road, sets the visual language of the film firmly, right at the onset. There are many more such shots which metaphorically convey the social and economic disparity that is the central theme of this film. Especially the use of stairs going up and down, cramped spaces versus lush, open green lawns, delectably and elegantly laid out fruit slices as opposed to a clumisly heaped plate of food from a local kitchen