The 10 Best ComingSoon Movies of 2019!
ComingSoon.net is ending the year with a list of the top 10 movies of 2019, featuring managing editor Max Evry, associate editor Kylie Hemmert and staff writers Grant Hermanns, Maggie Dela Paz, Jeff Ames and Josh Plainse. Check out all our lists now and don't forget to chat with your own lists in the comments section below!
1) Knives – Rian Johnson creates a killer mystery, while Daniel Craig reveals the incredible depth of his previously untapped comic ability. Another script of a Swiss watch from one of our best filmmakers.
2) Brooklyn without a mother – Edward Norton debuts and directs an old school noir with a maze plot that generates dividends in an emotional ending.
3) Under the Silver Lake – This hilarious and hilarious neo-noir satire stars Andrew Garfield as a repulsive Los Angeles hipster whose main detective ability is the privilege of whites. No, you shouldn't like him, and that's the point.
4) Parasite – the movie that is so insightful about those who have and who don't have what Joker wants. A very smart look and ultimately moving, a family that tries to go beyond their place in the world.
5) The Man Who Killed Don Quixote – Terry Gilliam's three-decade effort to bring his touch to Cervantes's classic finally paid off. Though hampered by his budget, the director's unique imagination never fails to inspire, as does Jonathan Pryce's performance.
6) The Nightingale – Babadook's Jennifer Kent showed her versatility outside the horror genre with this heavy and unshakable story of revenge for a heinous crime in 19th-century Tasmania. Aisling Franciosi is fascinating in the lead role and Sam Claflin dares to be truly disgusting, but it is Baykali Ganambarr as Billy's Aboriginal tracker who is the heart of the film.
7) Climax – A movie that almost demands to be seen in theaters, Gaspar Noé created an intense uninterrupted experience of a drugged dance company in literal oblivion. Sofia Boutella is amazing.
8) Rabbit Jojo – Taika Waititi created this relevant look in the final days of World War II in Germany, and the toll the Nazis took from their own people.
9) The man who killed Hitler and then the big foot – Don't let the title fool you, this genre mashup is not a B movie. In fact, Sam Elliott is so devoted to his role that it's amazing that he received so little. attention of the awards. Robert D. Krzykowski has created a truly epic movie for under a million dollars, and we can't wait to see what he will do next.
10) Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark – This film has remained true to the spirit of YA's folk collections while maliciously crafting an original story around it that, like books, never refers to the young audience for which it was made.
1) Joker – Todd Phillips's compelling and controversial comic book story strikes a tricky balance between humanizing Arthur Fleck, so you feel a little sorry for him, but not enough where you can justify or legitimately justify most. your horrible actions. Joaquin Phoenix's brave performance has a lasting impact as Arthur self-destructs and becomes the villain (and unreliable narrator) of his own story.
2) Rocketman – The multi-talented Taron Egerton is electrifying in this fantastic imaginative musical docudrama that plunges deep into the often gloomy Elton John complex ascends to the top that makes his life story even more moving and inspiring.
3) IT Chapter Two – In addition to a wonderful adult cast joining our favorite young Losers Club and featuring an even more hungry and undoubtedly relentless Pennywise, what makes the film such an appropriate sequel is not horror, but the focus on us. ties of friendship and the importance of the family found together.
4) Booksmart – Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever are a perfect match in Olivia Wilde's high-school film, smart, hilarious, vibrant, inclusive, touching, and stealing Billie Lourd.
5) Game Over – The endings are tough, and considering the decades of story-building before ending the huge Infinity Stone saga and moving to a new phase for the MCU, the Russo brothers did a great deed and an epic battle. & # 39; I will never forget.
6) Knives – Rian Johnson's delicious, funny, smart and winding whodunnit, with a stellar cast and narrative, was just the kind of fun we needed to wrap up the year.
7) Ready or Not – Samara Weaving is an absolute gem in this amazing horror comedy that gives the horror movie crowd their own wellness movie of the year – and one of the best crazy endings of all time.
8) Midsommar – Ari Aster's follow-up to Hereditary has proven once again that Aster is one of the most original filmmakers in the world, not afraid to rely on the surreal and bizarre to heighten the horror without losing sight of the characters or the plot. Aster's projects have a habit of guiding viewers through a visceral experience that will leave him thinking about the movie for days, and trust me, it remains.
9) Us – Just as the essential movie Get Out brought us, Jordan Peele tackled another original horror tale, combining social and political commentary with family and duality themes and an impressive performance by Lupita Nyong & # 39; o.
10) Doctor Sleep – Rising Master of Horror Mike Flanagan brilliantly merged this film as a sequel to Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, as well as an adaptation of Stephen King's book into an unexpected and beautiful insight into King's classic history. Ewan McGregor, Kyliegh Curran and Zahn McClarnon are wonderful in the movie as Rebecca Ferguson gives her career performance playing one of the most captivating antagonists of all time.
1) Knives – Rian Johnson proves that a set of assassins and a murder mystery can go hand in hand with this carefully crafted masterpiece, led by the mighty Ana de Armas and hilarious Daniel Craig.
2) Rocketman – Rather than being a standard biography of an iconic musician, Dexter Fletcher Elton John's biography differs from others in the genre, namely the recent Bohemian Rhapsody, with its stellar direction and visual effects, fantastic musical numbers and a breathtaking performance. Taron Egerton.
3) The Lighthouse – After conjuring fear with The Witch, Robert Eggers accelerates dread and reverence in this Lovecraft psychological thriller featuring stunning direction and performances by Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.
4) Parasite – While commonly known for adding his satirical voice to larger-scale epics, Bong Joon-Ho takes a more discreet and realistic approach to telling a dark and comical and eerily real story, totally original and unpredictable.
5) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Quentin Tarantino has delivered almost nothing but artwork throughout his career, and while his love letter for a forgotten Hollywood does not live up to some of his other efforts, it is successful. mainly thanks to the writer / The director's clear affection for the period, brilliant characters and stellar cast.
6) Ready or Not – Much Like You're Next Six years ago, the horror comedy genre saw another big reinvention with the outrageously funny and exciting gorefest Ready or Not, which keeps viewers on the edge of the seat from start to finish. finish and presents a wonderful performance of Samara Weaving.
7) Avengers: Ultimatum – After a decade of bringing various characters to life, Marvel Studios bids farewell to some key players in its Marvel Cinematic Universe with Avengers: Ultimatum. Acting as an exciting blockbuster, a moving farewell for some heroes, and even an exciting comedy, the box office hit was one of the most anticipated and celebrated of the year.
8) John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum – The action franchise starring Keanu Reeves has been on the rise since its release and found its most exciting and exciting footing with this year's third chapter, Parabellum. By tripling the show's blunt action and featuring Reeves's most powerful performance as the starting shooter, the film stood out as the best in the series and one of the best this year.
9) Doctor Sleep – Mike Flanagan has established himself as one of the best contemporary horror directors and has shown his true storytelling talent with The Shining's novel and sequel, Doctor Sleep. Featuring its rich and elegant direction, a captivating story and compelling performances by Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson, it has proved to be a worthy and faithful follow-up to Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece and Stephen King's iconic novel.
10) The Peanut Butter Hawk – This year saw the resurgence of former Transformers star Shia LaBeouf, and one of the richest and most exciting is the adventure drama The Peanut Butter Hawk. With a sweet-natured tone, warm direction, innocent humor and stellar performances by LaBeouf and Zack Gottsagen, this Tom Sawyer tale is a beautiful ode to an often unexplored area of America.
Maggie Dela Paz
1) Parasite – Bong Joon-Ho presents yet another brilliant and well-crafted story that portrays social class differences in a smart and fun way that will make you increasingly interested. Parasite has many symbolisms in each of the scenes and they were beautifully captured and executed with intelligence that the film easily fulfilled the messages that Bong wanted to convey to the public.
2) Booksmart – The film is a new take on the older comedy that resembles iconic teen movies such as: Ferris Bueller's 80's Day Off and 2000's Superbad, which focuses primarily on growth and friendship. However, Olivia Wilde's directorial debut is not just her typical high school drama, because this movie perfectly represents the new …