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Best Films of 2019

Florence Pugh in Midsommar
4.0

Midsommar

A twenty-something who is in the midst of the grieving process ends up joining her emotionally distant boyfriend and his friends from anthropology class on a trip to Sweden to observe a special pagan ritual for their university theses.
Parasite (2019)
4.5

Parasite

Parasite is about the Kims, a poor family living in a basement. One day, the son gets a rare offer, his affluent friend recommends him as an English tutor to the daughter of a wealthy family.
The Lighthouse (2019)
4.5

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse takes place in the 19th century and focuses on two lighthouse keepers stranded on their lighthouse station for four weeks of doing such tedious and menial tasks, which eventually drives them completely insane.
1917 (Film Image)
4.0

1917

Taking place during World War I, two British soldiers must deliver an important message to call off an upcoming attack while avoiding their enemies at all costs.
Image from Vivarium (2019)
4.5

Vivarium

A young couple finds themselves stuck in the labyrinth-type surreal neighborhood and forced to raise a newborn baby.
5.0

Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood

Tarantino gives us the surface story of an aging actor who maybe is not cutting it anymore (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his shadow of a stunt double (Brad Pitt) as they navigate the late 1960s Hollywood atmosphere.
Image of Adam Sandler from Uncut Gems
4.5

Uncut Gems

Adam Sandler stars as a jeweler in the Diamond District named Howard Ratner who must regain a rare opal to pay off his debts to some dangerous people in New York.
Still from Color Out of Space (2019)
4.0

Color Out of Space

Based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, strange and catastrophic events befall a town after a meteorite strikes.
Zachary Levi and Jack Dylan Grazer in Shazam! (2019)
4.0

Shazam!

Shazam! is the recent installment in what seems to be the decaying DC extended universe of films.