Top Movies & Music Albums 24 July 2020

Top Movies of July 24-26, 2020: Box Office Report

The Rental movie

In his directorial debut, Dave Franco has given a sharp horror-thriller without relying on supernatural elements. Though there’s no much suspense, The Rental is scary. The film stars Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, Jeremy Allen White, and Toby Huss.

Apart from the select theaters, this horror movie is also released on Video-on-demand. It is receiving positive reviews from critics.

RankMovie Title
1The Rental
2The Big Ugly
4The Wretched
7Guest Artist
8The Painted Bird

Top Albums of the Week (24 July 2020 – 30 July 2020)

The latest album from Ellie Goulding is pleasing to the ears. Truly, Goulding’s most deep emotional music album to date. Her previous album Delirium was released in 2015.

PositionTitleStudio Album Artist
1Brightest BlueEllie Goulding
2Legends Never DieJuice Wrld
3Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the MoonPop Smoke
4Rough and Rowdy WaysBob Dylan
5GaslighterThe Chicks
6CloserJoy Division
7Lianne La HavasLianne La Havas
8Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish ExtentLewis Capaldi
9House Of NoiseMassive Wagons
10.Fine LineHarry Styles

Top Singles of the Week (24 July 2020 – 30 July 2020)

The song “Head & Heart” has created a new sensation. This has topped the charts on 24th July 2020. Incidentally, this is the first for both Joel Corry and singer MNEK.

1Head & HeartJoel Corry feat. MNEK
2Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)Jason Derulo & Jawsh 685
3RockstarDaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch
4Rain On MeLady Gaga & Ariana Grande
5Watermelon SugarHarry Styles
6West TenAJ Tracey & Mabel
7SecretsRegard and Raye
8GreeceDJ Khaled Ft. Drake
9Only You FreestyleHeadie One & Drake
10Dinner GuestAJ Tracey ft. MoStack

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