Best movie of 2019

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What was the best movie of 2019?
2.56%
1 votes
Ad Astra
5.13%
2 votes
Avengers End Game
2.56%
1 votes
A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood
10.26%
4 votes
Irishman
12.82%
5 votes
Joker
0%
0 votes
Lion King
5.13%
2 votes
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
17.95%
7 votes
Parasite
0%
0 votes
Spider-Man Far From Home
43.59%
17 votes
other
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Surprised to see Ad Astra actually got a vote. I really want to watch Parasite, but I feel like it might be a bit too artsy for me in the same way Roma was last year.



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It's not artsy, just a very wellmade movie with fascinating characters and a great story. It's actually really, really funny as well, I laughed pretty hard at some places. I highly recommend you go see it.



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Surprised to see Ad Astra actually got a vote. I really want to watch Parasite, but I feel like it might be a bit too artsy for me in the same way Roma was last year.
Parasite isn't 'artsy'. It's a drama.



Surprised to see Ad Astra actually got a vote. I really want to watch Parasite, but I feel like it might be a bit too artsy for me in the same way Roma was last year.
I’ll third that, it’s a very entertaining movie, more along the lines of a thriller than a slower moving movie like Roma.



Joker, Joker, Joker.



I do still want to see Jo Jo Rabbit and 1917, though.



who ever mentioned as Other, what s the movie that u rated top mark?



Although a Television Series, Too Old to Die Young was the best out of 2019. Also Atlantique was really interesting.



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Surprised to see Ad Astra actually got a vote. I really want to watch Parasite, but I feel like it might be a bit too artsy for me in the same way Roma was last year.
It's not artsy. It's a very complex social commentary and layered story telling. As far depiction goes, it's pretty much run-of-the-mill Korean film.



I'm trying like hell to see Parasite before the Oscars. Couldn't find it online, but I think a theater nearby will be playing all the nominees soon



You might find the English ones, doubt there will be a screening for a Korean film.



Correction, I see Parasite still screening in Dallas, if you are somewhere in US, especially North East, I am sure you will find plenty. If Dallas can have it, most major cities should.