Three Movies You Loved in 2019

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  1. engelman

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    Ok, then ...

    Dark season 2
    Back Mirror season 5
    The Hollow
    Wild wild Country
    Mindhunter season 2
    Don't F** with cats
    The disastrous life of Saiki K.
    ...
    ...
    I think I didn't go to the movies last year.
     
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  2. onceaking

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    I had to think about this since I don't watch as many movies as I used to. For a second I thought maybe I hadn't seen 3 movies last year but now I remember I have.

    1) Wish I Was Here (2014)
    2) Arrival (2016)
    3) Denial (2016)
     
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  3. Akeakua

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    I enjoy threads like these :)

    Films viewed in 2019:
    1) Jojo Rabbit (2019) - Hold your presumptions if you've seen the trailer and were turned off, just know the depiction of you-know-who is the boy's imaginary hype-man. A lot of great underlying themes, not a groundbreaking film, but a hugely enjoyable one.
    2) The Hunt (2013) - A thriller that's absolutely horrifying from many angles; Also a strong underlying anti-pornography message.
    3) Instant Family (2018) - Honestly a joy to watch. Endearingly made film about a middle-aged couple who unexpectedly find themselves adopting children. All of the children did a great job in their roles, and some semi-realistic scenarios.

    Sure, it's cheating a little but these two films I watched in 2018 were amazing:
    4) My Life as a Zucchini (2016) - Such an endearingly made French stop-motion film with a unique style. Beautiful. Watch it! Only 67 minutes.
    5) The Elephant Man (1980) - The most important moral message of this film is a clever part of the film's story structure. We are not so far off from being any different from...
     
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  4. Akeakua

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    Dead Poet's Society is one of those much-watch films as depressing as it is.
     
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  5. Castielle

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    My husband and I just watched this a couple days ago! It was so good! I love Mark Wahlberg <3
     
  6. Azzure

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    :emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup: Unexpectedness to the max! Loved it.



    :emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup:Had me on the edge of my seat.



    :emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup: Loved it, the acting, the story, the life lessons it portrayed.



    :emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup: Really enjoyed the plot twist. Mental health effects so many people. We walk past them everyday. We don’t fully know what they are experiencing. Perhaps like us who are trying to overcome PMO, people walk past us but don’t really know what’s happening for us. Keep smiling :emoji_stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  7. mana95

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    My favourites so far are....
    1. The world's end
    2. The godfather 1,2
    3. Case 39
    4. Scary stories to tell in the dark
    5. Hostel 2005
    6. Central intelligence 2016
    6.
     
  8. Akeakua

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    I've been really wanting to see this one. I've seen Mother and The Host by him, his movies are so entertaining and unique
     
  9. Azzure

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    Yes @Akeakua, I agree. I must go check out his other movies. Thanks for the heads up!

    Parasite was a refreshing watch from all the action packed movies coming out. Parasite was very interesting and intriguing throughout, right to the very end.
     
  10. dogeatdog

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    Just watched Uncut Gems. Going to be honest there was a lot of sexual stuff but the story is so fucking good and I really liked the movie. Would very highly recommend if you can resist the temptation of an almost naked woman.
     
  11. Master Chips

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    1-The great battle (Korean).
    2-Taxi Driver (Korean).

    I can't think about a third one.
     
  12. u376

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    It's a very good film
     
  13. mana95

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    Wishing stairs 2003.
     
  14. Basilio

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    I can't think of three right now because my brain's pretty much ready for sleep lol, but...

    My favourite movie from last year was easily "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood". I love Quintin Tarantino movies, and I must say this in the top three movies he's created.
     
  15. Nedved_43

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    Movies have rotted my brain so can only remember the ones I've seen very recently. Here goes:
    1) Tropic Thunder 2008 - Robert Downey Jr and Tom Cruise rofl!!!!! I can't see this type of movie ever being made again...shame.
    2) Stranger than Fiction 2006 - great film, unique.
    3) Get Hard (critically panned but I loved it - especially Kevin Hart in the 'yard' scene).
     
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  16. Nedved_43

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    Crap I watched this last week and thought it was great...and its ACTUALLY from 2019...mannn I really can't remember anything. Entertainment overload has frazzled my brain
     
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  17. dogeatdog

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    I really loved Tropic Thunder and I watched it a couple of years back. It's so damn good and funny not to mention the star-studded cast.

    I kinda remember watching Get Hard and thought it was okay but I'm a sucker for Will Ferrel.
     
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  18. Castielle

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    Whoa! I totally forgot about that movie! Man, I gotta watch that again.
     
  19. LEPAGE

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    The best one I saw for the first time last year was Day of the Evil Gun (1968). July was Glenn Ford month on TCM, so I got to see more than one Glenn Ford movie I hadn't seen before. Next would be Jubal (1956), another Glenn Ford western. Third place goes to Rough Night in Jericho (1967), another western, starring George Peppard and Dean Martin.

    I don't think I saw a single movie in 2019 which was also released in 2019. I could say the same thing about the last few years running now.
     
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  20. Ruttigan

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    Honestly I haven't watched 3 movies in 2019 lol, so I dunno what to say.
     
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