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2019 Movies Must Wat

#1 Avengers: Endgame (2019) 94% #1 Adjusted Score: 125944% Critics Consensus: Exciting, entertaining, and emotionally impactful, Avengers: Endgame does whatever it takes to deliver a satisfying finale to Marvel's epic Infinity Saga. Synopsis: Adrift in space with no food or water, Tony Stark sends a message to Pepper Potts as his oxygen supply... [More] Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth Directed By: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo #2 Us (2019) 93% #2 Adjusted Score: 124966% Critics Consensus: With Jordan Peele's second inventive, ambitious horror film, we have seen how to beat the sophomore jinx, and it is Us. Synopsis: Accompanied by her husband, son and daughter, Adelaide Wilson returns to the beachfront home where she grew up as a... [More] Starring: Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker Directed By: Jordan Peele #3 Toy Story 4 (2019) 97% #3 Adjusted Score: 123306% Critics Consensus: Heartwarming, funny, and beautifully animated, Toy Story 4 manages the unlikely feat of extending -- and perhaps concluding -- a practically perfect animated saga. Synopsis: Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy... [More] Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Tony Hale Directed By: Josh Cooley #4 Knives Out (2019) 97% #4 Adjusted Score: 124127% Critics Consensus: Knives Out sharpens old murder-mystery tropes with a keenly assembled suspense outing that makes brilliant use of writer-director Rian Johnson's stellar ensemble. Synopsis: The circumstances surrounding the death of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey are mysterious, but there's one thing that renowned Detective Benoit... [More] Starring: Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis Directed By: Rian Johnson #5 Booksmart (2019) 96% #5 Adjusted Score: 117914% Critics Consensus: Fast-paced, funny, and fresh, Booksmart does the seemingly impossible by adding a smart new spin to the coming-of-age comedy. Synopsis: Academic overachievers Amy and Molly thought keeping their noses to the grindstone gave them a leg up on their high... [More] Starring: Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Jessica Williams, Jason Sudeikis Directed By: Olivia Wilde #6 The Farewell (2019) 97% #6 Adjusted Score: 116665% Critics Consensus: The Farewell deftly captures complicated family dynamics with a poignant, well-acted drama that marries cultural specificity with universally relatable themes. Synopsis: Billi's family returns to China under the guise of a fake wedding to stealthily say goodbye to their beloved matriarch... [More] Starring: Awkwafina, Tzi Ma, Diana Lin, Gil Perez-Abraham Directed By: Lulu Wang #7 Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) 90% #7 Adjusted Score: 116128% Critics Consensus: A breezily unpredictable blend of teen romance and superhero action, Spider-Man: Far from Home stylishly sets the stage for the next era of the MCU. Synopsis: Peter Parker's relaxing European vacation takes an unexpected turn when Nick Fury shows up in his hotel room to recruit... [More] Starring: Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marisa Tomei Directed By: Jon Watts #8 Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019) 85% #8 Adjusted Score: 118432% Critics Consensus: Thrillingly unrestrained yet solidly crafted, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood tempers Tarantino's provocative impulses with the clarity of a mature filmmaker's vision. Synopsis: Actor Rick Dalton gained fame and fortune by starring in a 1950s television Western, but is now struggling to find... [More] Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Kurt Russell Directed By: Quentin Tarantino #9 Shazam! (2019) 90% #9 Adjusted Score: 113922% Critics Consensus: An effortlessly entertaining blend of humor and heart, Shazam! is a superhero movie that never forgets the genre's real power: joyous wish fulfillment. Synopsis: We all have a superhero inside of us -- it just takes a bit of magic to bring it out.... [More] Starring: Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer Directed By: David F. Sandberg #10 Little Women (2019) 95% #10 Adjusted Score: 119857% Critics Consensus: With a stellar cast and a smart, sensitive retelling of its classic source material, Greta Gerwig's Little Women proves some stories truly are timeless. Synopsis: In the years after the Civil War, Jo March lives in New York and makes her living as a writer,... [More] Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen Directed By: Greta Gerwig

2019 movies must wat


You probably didn't get a chance to see every movie that came out in 2019. That's okay, neither did we. So while 2019 is about to come to a close with a few movies on our wishlist that we still have to watch, we're looking forward to catching up with them on streaming, on-demand, or on home video releases. We've put together a handy guide of the best movies you might have missed this year to help streamline your movie-viewing.Some of these titles started off 2019 and should be easy to find on home release while others only hit theaters a few days or weeks ago; you might still be able to see the latter on the big screen. But all of them are worth a watch for one reason or another, whether it's to complete your Keanu Reeves film collection or to see just how awful a motion-captured CATS movie can really be.And now, in the order in which they were released over the last 12 months, here are the best movies you missed in 2019:Replicas[EMBED_YT] [/EMBED_YT]From The Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2019:

However, Ed only has enough clone vats for three of Foster’s dead family members, so Foster chooses to leave his youngest daughter dead and erases her memory from the minds of his wife and other two children. Despite the bonkers set-up, it’s an admittedly interesting sci-fi premise – Foster is living in a house with three clones who do not know they are clones, have no memory of dying, and do not know they used to have memories of a whole other person. That sounds like a pretty classic Twilight Zone by way of Harlan Ellison story, right? Well, the movie goes in a totally unexpected and wholly unpredictable direction from there, and while I don’t want to spoil anything, what I will tell you is that it involves way more car chases and robot fights than I had any right to anticipate. It truly must be seen to be believed. — Tom Reimann

What’s most frustrating about If Beale Street Could Talk is that its goals are so noble. I’d love to get wrapped up in a story of two young people in love who must fight against a corrupt system so that they can be a free family. But movies aren’t taken piecemeal. They’re holistic, and while I can point to individual elements where Jenkins has made a strong picture, the overall picture is frustratingly scattered. You’ll get a scene where a friend of Fonny’s (Brian Tyree Henry) comes in to give a heartbreaking account of how the system screwed him over and tossed him in prison for two years for a crime he didn’t commit, and then that friend is never heard from again, rendered into an example rather than a person. You can see the broad outline of what Jenkins wanted to accomplish with If Beale Street Could Talk, but the inside is hollow. - Matt Goldberg

There are a few brief moments when the film drags a bit and an anticlimactic fake-out near the climax makes the film feel like it has to restart a bit to reach the end, but these are small qualms against one of the best kids’ adventure movies in recent memory. It’s a genre that has largely been abandoned as kids just head to PG-13 superhero movies, but it’s good that there’s a film like The Kid Who Would Be King for pre-teens who not only want to go on a fun quest, but will feel ready to take on a divided world as a result. - Matt Goldberg

Hotel Mumbai may not live up to the actual Taj’s five-star rating, but this Weinstein Company orphan (rescued by Bleecker Street and due in 2019) exceeded expectations and delivered the goods thanks to its dedicated ensemble, its confident direction and its commitment to realism, no matter how hard it may be to watch. - Jeff Sneider

Under all of his absurdities, director Harmony Korine has a heart. In the case of The Beach Bum, that heart buried under a fair bit of surf and sand but believe you me, it’s there. Korine’s March 2019 release stars Matthew McConaughey as layabout poet Moondog, a Margaritaville wannabe who probably smells like a mix of Banana Boat and Hennessey at all times. Moondog is adrift, an addict who treats everyone as a BFF in the making and feels absolutely zero pressure to take responsibility for his life. His world rapidly derails when his ex-wife, Minnie (Isla Fisher) is killed in a freak accident during the couple’s wild night out on the town.

Even though The Beach Bum has its downbeat moments, there are tons here to lift it up into the realm of the absurdly hilarious. Trips to the surreal growhouse of Moondog’s friend (and Minnie’s current boo), Lingerie (Snoop Dogg), an extended sequence where Moondog helps out old friend Captain Wack (Martin Lawrence) swindle a nice family of four out of their money while on a marine life sightseeing trip, Moondog’s performance of some rather graphic poetry performance at his comparatively straight-laced daughter’s nuptials, and even his breaking out of rehab with Zac Efron’s Flicker (looking like the biggest South Florida scumbum to ever exist) are just a few of The Beach Bum’s most memorable and comedic moments. If you missed this one, seek it out on Hulu because it’s not only one of the funniest movies of the year but it’s perhaps the best introduction to Korine if you have somehow managed to skip his work all these years. — Allie Gemmill 041b061a72


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