Cyndy Drue

Saturdays 11:00am-4:00pm

People passing in front of a 'Classic Cinema' entrance, 29th January 1975. (Photo by Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Not only did we miss concerts this year, but films, too. There were virtual film festivals.  Theaters were only open between lockdowns. And the Drive-In theater made a comeback.

We were safer at home and we were streaming at home. Here are the top 10 films I saw in 2020 in order of favorites, and where you can see each one. –Cyndy Drue

  1. Burnt Orange Heresy (YouTube, Hulu)   Use captions for this one! Here’s my review.
  1. Promising Young Woman (Opens Christmas Day)
  1. Let Him Go (YouTube, Amazon Prime)
  1. Maybe Next Year (available on the film’s official site)

Maybe Next Year - Official Trailer

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  1. The Nomads (Amazon Prime, YouTube, etc)
  1. 40 Years a Prisoner (HBO Max)
  1. The Glorias (YouTube, Amazon Prime)
  1. Radioactive (Amazon Prime)
  1. The Sound of Metal (Amazon Prime)
  1. Stardust (YouTube)

Grew up on a farm outside Philly. On the air in Philadelphia rock radio since 1977 at Wizzard 100, WYSP 1978-1982, WMMR my dream station 1983-1996. TV show on KYW 1979-1981. Street Beat on WMMR 1986-96. Won a Grammy, wrote a book about my painter relative, interviewed countless rock stars, acted in many films made in Philly, continuous voice acting, and a photography company. On air at 102.9 MGK since 2005. Saturdays 11am-4pm.