Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2019: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet, pop the popcorn, and dim the lights! It’s time to revisit the cinematic gems that had us all glued to our seats in 2019. From heart-stopping thrillers to tear-jerking dramas, from laugh-out-loud comedies to awe-inspiring sci-fi, the silver screen served us a smorgasbord of unforgettable moments. But which flicks truly stole the show and won the hearts of fans worldwide? Which ones had us queuing up at the box office, debating in online forums, and reenacting our favorite scenes? We’ve crunched the numbers, scoured the reviews, and listened to your passionate debates to compile the ultimate list. So, without further ado, let’s rewind the film reel and dive into the “Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2019: See What Made the Cut!” Get ready for a nostalgic journey that will make you want to revisit these masterpieces all over again. Lights, camera, action!


Release Date: 2019-05-30

Genres: Comedy, Thriller, Drama

“Parasite” is a captivating and critically acclaimed movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2019. It tells the story of Ki-taek’s unemployed family, who become fascinated by the wealthy Parks and their luxurious lifestyle. However, their lives take an unexpected turn when they become entangled in a surprising incident. With a talented cast including Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, and Cho Yeo-jeong, this movie, released on May 30, 2019, is definitely worth watching.

Cast: Song Kang-ho (Kim Ki-taek) , Lee Sun-kyun (Park Dong-ik) , Cho Yeo-jeong (Yeon-kyo) , Choi Woo-shik (Ki-woo) , Park So-dam (Ki-jung) , Lee Jung-eun (Moon-gwang) , Jang Hye-jin (Chung-sook) , Park Myung-hoon (Geun-se) , Jung Ji-so (Da-hye) , Jung Hyeon-jun (Da-song) , Park Keun-rok (Driver Yoon) , Jung Yi-seo (Pizza manager) , Cho Jae-myung (Pizza man) , Jeong Ik-han (Neighbor) , Kim Gyu-baek (Drunk 1) , Ahn Seong-bong (Street man) , Yoon Young-woo (Benz Dealer) , Park Jae-wook (VR Specialist) , Lee Dong-yong (Drunk 2) , Jeon Eun-mi (Mart cashier) , Kim Geon (Party man) , Lee Joo-hyung (Party man) , Lee Ji-hye (A Singer) , Kim Bo-ryeong (Cellist) , Park Hye-sook (Party woman)

Directors: Bong Joon-ho

Writers: Bong Joon-ho, Kim Dae-hwan, Han Jin-won

Tags: birthday party, private lessons, basement, dark comedy, con artist, working class, psychological thriller, class differences, housekeeper, tutor, family, crime family, unemployed, wealthy family, south korea, seoul, south korea

Five Feet Apart

Five Feet Apart

Release Date: 2019-03-14

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Five Feet Apart” is a heartwarming movie about Stella, a seventeen-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis, who meets Will, a charming teen with the same illness. Despite their instant connection, they must maintain a safe distance due to their condition. As their bond grows stronger, they are tempted to break the rules and embrace their attraction. Starring Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse, this touching film explores the challenges of love and self-control.

Cast: Haley Lu Richardson (Stella Grant) , Cole Sprouse (Will Newman) , Moisés Arias (Poe Ramírez) , Kimberly Hebert Gregory (Nurse Barb) , Parminder Nagra (Dr. Noor Hamid) , Claire Forlani (Meredith) , Emily Baldoni (Julie) , Gary Weeks (Tom) , Rebecca Chulew (Doctor) , Sue-Lynn Ansari (Nurse) , Ariana Guerra (Hope Gomez) , Cecilia Leal (Camila) , Cynthia Evans (Erin) , Trina LaFargue (Maya) , Sophia Bernard (Abby Grant) , Brett Austin Johnson (Jason) , Evangeline Hill (Young Stella) , Ivy Dubreuil (Young Abby) , Kristopher Perez (Young Poe) , Demi Castro (Anesthesiologist) , Keianna Nutley (Young Patient) , Armando Leduc (RRT Doctor) , Jim Gleason (ER Doctor) , Phillip Mullings Jr. (EMT) , Maxwell Baldoni (Julie’s Baby)

Directors: Justin Baldoni

Writers: Tobias Iaconis, Mikki Daughtry

Tags: forbidden love, falling in love, cystic fibrosis, star crossed lovers, true love

Miracle in Cell No. 7

Miracle in Cell No. 7

Release Date: 2019-10-10

Genres: Drama

“Miracle in Cell No. 7” is a heartwarming movie released in 2019 that tells the story of a father with an intellectual disability who is wrongly accused of a crime. Separated from his daughter, he must fight to prove his innocence and reunite with her. With a talented cast including Aras Bulut İynemli and Nisa Sofiya Aksongur, this film is sure to touch your heart and leave you inspired.

Cast: Aras Bulut İynemli (Memo) , Nisa Sofiya Aksongur (Ova) , İlker Aksum (Askorozlu) , Mesut Akusta (Yusuf) , Yıldıray Şahinler (Hafız) , Yurdaer Okur (Yarbay Aydın) , Sarp Akkaya (Müdür Nail) , Deniz Baysal (Öğretmen Mine) , Deniz Celiloğlu (Yüzbaşı Faruk) , Ferit Kaya (Ali) , Doğukan Polat (Tevfik) , Emre Yetim (Ayna) , Serhan Onat (Meydancı Selim) , Gülçin Kültür Şahin (Hatice) , Serdar Akülker (Cengiz) , Hayal Köseoğlu (Ova) , Nadi Güler (Baş Gardiyan Şeref) , Özgür Dereli (Gardiyan Ahmet) , Cankat Aydos (Kaçak Asker) , Serhat Üstündağ (Kösük) , Basri Albayrak (Erol) , Özgür Avşar (Sefer) , Mert Zaim (Ilyas) , Celile Toyon Uysal (Fatma) , Mustafa Dok (Metin)

Directors: Mehmet Ada Öztekin

Writers: Lee Hwan-kyung, Özge Efendioğlu, Kubilay Tat

Tags: parent child relationship, prison cell, remake, wrongful imprisonment, based on movie, mentally challenged

Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame

“Avengers: Endgame” is a thrilling superhero movie released in 2019. It follows the aftermath of “Avengers: Infinity War” where the universe is left in ruins by the villainous Thanos. The Avengers, led by a star-studded cast including Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Scarlett Johansson, must come together once again to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe. Get ready for an epic battle and some unexpected consequences!



Release Date: 2019-10-01

Genres: Crime, Thriller, Drama

“Joker” is a gripping and intense movie that takes us back to the 1980s. It follows the story of a failed stand-up comedian who descends into madness and becomes a notorious criminal in Gotham City. With an incredible cast including Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, and Zazie Beetz, this film is a must-watch for anyone who loves a dark and thrilling tale. Released on October 1, 2019, it’s no wonder “Joker” made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix (Arthur Fleck / Joker) , Robert De Niro (Murray Franklin) , Zazie Beetz (Sophie Dumond) , Frances Conroy (Penny Fleck) , Brett Cullen (Thomas Wayne) , Shea Whigham (Detective Burke) , Bill Camp (Detective Garrity) , Glenn Fleshler (Randall) , Leigh Gill (Gary) , Josh Pais (Hoyt Vaughn) , Rocco Luna (GiGi Dumond) , Marc Maron (Gene Ufland) , Sondra James (Dr. Sally) , Murphy Guyer (Barry O’Donnell) , Douglas Hodge (Alfred Pennyworth) , Dante Pereira-Olson (Bruce Wayne) , Carrie Louise Putrello (Martha Wayne) , Sharon Washington (Social Worker) , Hannah Gross (Young Penny) , Frank Wood (Dr. Stoner) , Brian Tyree Henry (Carl (Arkham Clerk)) , April Grace (Arkham Psychiatrist) , Mick Szal (Woman on Subway) , Carl Lundstedt (Wall Street Three) , Michael Benz (Wall Street Three)

Directors: Todd Phillips

Writers: Scott Silver, Bob Kane, Todd Phillips, Bill Finger, Jerry Robinson

Tags: street gang, dream, clown, villain, society, psychopath, based on comic, murder, psychological thriller, criminal mastermind, mental illness, anarchy, clown makeup, subway train, social realism, supervillain, tv host, 1980s, mother son relationship, origin story, falling into madness

Jojo Rabbit

Jojo Rabbit

Release Date: 2019-10-18

Genres: Comedy, War, Drama

“Jojo Rabbit” is a hilarious and heartwarming World War II satire that tells the story of a young German boy named Jojo. His life takes an unexpected turn when he discovers that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their attic. With the help of his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler, Jojo must confront his own beliefs and navigate the challenges of blind nationalism. Starring an incredible cast including Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie, Scarlett Johansson, and directed by Taika Waititi, this movie is a must-watch. It was released on October 18, 2019, and has been voted as one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Roman Griffin Davis (Johannes “Jojo” Betzler) , Thomasin McKenzie (Elsa Korr) , Scarlett Johansson (Rosie Betzler) , Taika Waititi (Adolf Hitler) , Sam Rockwell (Captain Klenzendorf) , Rebel Wilson (Fraulein Rahm) , Alfie Allen (Sub-Officer Finkel) , Stephen Merchant (Captain Deertz) , Archie Yates (Yorki) , Luke Brandon Field (Christoph) , Joe Weintraub (Herr Junker) , Brian Caspe (Herr Mueller) , James McVan (American Soldier) , Judith Georgi (German Translator) , Victoria Hogan (Woman) , Bethany Adams (Secretary) , Iva Šindelková (Postwoman (uncredited)) , Matej Seifert (Soldier (uncredited)) , Trish Osmond (Old Woman (uncredited)) , Odeta Cali (Gestapo Secretary (uncredited)) , Samuel Bogner (Hitlerjugend (uncredited)) , Robert East (Herr Grusch) , Curtis Matthew (Doctor) , Hardy Griffin Davis (Clone) , Christian Howlings (Bazooka Boy)

Directors: Taika Waititi

Writers: Taika Waititi, Christine Leunens

Tags: based on novel or book, world war ii, jew persecution, hitler youth, imaginary friend, satire, gay interest, single mother, nazism, 1940s, child protagonist, adolf hitler, children in wartime

Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari

Release Date: 2019-11-13

Genres: Drama, Action, History

“Ford v Ferrari” is an exhilarating movie based on a true story that takes place in 1966. It follows the journey of American car designer Carroll Shelby and British driver Ken Miles as they team up to create a groundbreaking race car for Ford Motor Company. Battling against corporate interference, the laws of physics, and their own personal struggles, they aim to challenge the dominant race cars of Enzo Ferrari at the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans in France. With an incredible cast including Christian Bale and Matt Damon, this film is a must-watch for any racing enthusiast or fan of gripping true stories.

Cast: Christian Bale (Ken Miles) , Matt Damon (Carroll Shelby) , Jon Bernthal (Lee Iacocca) , Caitríona Balfe (Mollie Miles) , Josh Lucas (Leo Beebe) , Noah Jupe (Peter Miles) , Tracy Letts (Henry Ford II) , Remo Girone (Enzo Ferrari) , Ray McKinnon (Phil Remington) , JJ Feild (Roy Lunn) , Jack McMullen (Charlie Agapiou) , Corrado Invernizzi (Franco Gozzi) , Joe Williamson (Don Frey) , Ian Harding (Ford Executive – Ian) , Christopher Darga (John Holman) , Shawn Law (AJ “Gus” Scussel) , Emil Beheshti (Aeronutronics Chief Engineer) , Darrin Prescott (Bob Bondurant) , Alex Gurney (Dan Gurney) , Benjamin Rigby (Bruce McLaren) , Ben Collins (Denny Hulme) , Francesco Bauco (Lorenzo Bandini) , Guido Cocomello (Ludo Scarfiotti) , Adam Mayfield (Lloyd Ruby) , Sean Carrigan (Walt Hansgen)

Directors: James Mangold

Writers: Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, Jason Keller, Ron Peters

Tags: based on novel or book, car race, car mechanic, biography, sports, based on true story, le mans, racing, race car driver, 1960s



Release Date: 2019-12-25

Genres: War, Drama, History

“1917” is a gripping war film set during the First World War. It follows two brave British soldiers who embark on a dangerous mission to deliver a crucial message that could save the lives of hundreds of soldiers. With a star-studded cast including George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Benedict Cumberbatch, this highly acclaimed movie is a must-watch for any history buff or fan of intense and suspenseful storytelling.

Cast: George MacKay (Lance Corporal Schofield) , Dean-Charles Chapman (Lance Corporal Blake) , Mark Strong (Captain Smith) , Andrew Scott (Lieutenant Leslie) , Richard Madden (Lieutenant Blake) , Claire Duburcq (Lauri) , Colin Firth (General Erinmore) , Benedict Cumberbatch (Colonel MacKenzie) , Daniel Mays (Sergeant Sanders) , Adrian Scarborough (Major Hepburn) , Chris Walley (Private Bullen) , Nabhaan Rizwan (Sepoy Jondalar) , Jamie Parker (Lieutenant Richards) , Tommy French (Private Butler) , Paul Tinto (NCO Baker) , Billy Postlethwaite (NCO Harvey) , Richard McCabe (Colonel Collins) , Justin Edwards (Captain Ivins) , Pip Carter (Lieutenant Gordon) , Andy Apollo (Sergeant Miller) , Josef Davies (Private Stokes) , Gabriel Akuwudike (Private Buchanan) , Spike Leighton (Private Kilgour) , Robert Maaser (German Pilot) , Gerran Howell (Private Parry)

Directors: Sam Mendes

Writers: Sam Mendes, Krysty Wilson-Cairns

Tags: world war i, british army, race against time, long take, soldier, trenches, 1910s, trench warfare, no man’s land

Just Mercy

Just Mercy

Release Date: 2019-12-25

Genres: Drama, Crime, History

“Just Mercy” is a captivating and inspiring movie based on a true story. It follows the journey of Bryan Stevenson, a Harvard-educated lawyer who fights against a flawed justice system in Alabama to defend the wrongly condemned. With an incredible cast including Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, and Jamie Foxx, this film sheds light on the injustice faced by Walter McMillian, a man sentenced to death despite evidence proving his innocence. Released on December 25, 2019, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Michael B. Jordan (Bryan Stevenson) , Brie Larson (Eva Ansley) , Jamie Foxx (Walter McMillian) , O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Anthony Ray Hinton) , Rafe Spall (Tommy Champan) , Rob Morgan (Herbert Richardson) , Tim Blake Nelson (Ralph Myers) , Rhoda Griffis (Judge Pamela Bachab) , J. Alphonse Nicholson (Henry Davis) , Karan Kendrick (Minnie McMillian) , Hayes Mercure (Jeremy Doss) , Lindsay Ayliffe (Judge Foster) , Dominic Bogart (Doug Ansley) , Tim Hooper (Charles Cooper, Office Manager) , Andrene Ward-Hammond (Brenda) , John Lacy (Bill) , Michael Harding (Sheriff Tate) , Ron Clinton Smith (Woodrow Ikner) , C.J. LeBlanc (John McMillian) , Kelly Mumme (Stella Taylor) , Mallory Hoff (Alice Brooks) , Terence Rosemore (Jimmy) , Charlie Pye Jr. (Charlie the Tree Expert) , Christopher Wolfe (Jim Wilkes) , Adam Boyer (Prison Guard)

Directors: Destin Daniel Cretton

Writers: Destin Daniel Cretton, Bryan Stevenson, Andrew Lanham

Tags: judge, innocence, based on true story, lawyer, racism, justice, 1980s, legal drama

Little Women

Little Women

Release Date: 2019-12-25

Genres: Drama, Romance, History

“Little Women” is a heartwarming movie set in post-Civil War America, following the journey of four sisters as they navigate the challenges of growing up. With an incredible cast including Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Emma Watson, and more, this film beautifully captures the bond of sisterhood and the resilience of these young women. Released on December 25th, it’s definitely one of the best movies of 2019 that you won’t want to miss!

Cast: Saoirse Ronan (Josephine ‘Jo’ March) , Florence Pugh (Amy March) , Emma Watson (Margaret ‘Meg’ March) , Eliza Scanlen (Elizabeth ‘Beth’ March) , Laura Dern (Margaret ‘Marmee’ March) , Timothée Chalamet (Theodore ‘Laurie’ Laurence) , Meryl Streep (Aunt Josephine March) , Tracy Letts (Mr. Dashwood) , Bob Odenkirk (Mr. March) , James Norton (John Brooke) , Louis Garrel (Friedrich Bhaer) , Jayne Houdyshell (Hannah) , Chris Cooper (Mr. Laurence) , Rafael Silva (Friedrich’s friend) , Mason Alban (Friedrich’s Friend) , Emily Edström (Friedrich’s Friend) , Maryann Plunkett (Mrs. Kirke) , Hadley Robinson (Sallie Gardiner Moffatt) , Lonnie Farmer (Concord Sales Clerk) , Charlotte Kinder (Viola) , Ana Kayne (Olivia) , Edgar Damatian (Jo’s Beer Hall Dance Partner) , Erin Rose (Girl at Ballroom #1) , Lizzie Short (Girl at Ballroom #2) , Dash Barber (Fred Vaughn)

Directors: Greta Gerwig

Writers: Greta Gerwig, Louisa May Alcott

Tags: new york city, sibling relationship, based on novel or book, massachusetts, remake, coming of age, period drama, american civil war, christmas, 19th century, sister sister relationship, female writer, sisters

Knives Out

Knives Out

Release Date: 2019-11-27

Genres: Comedy, Crime, Mystery

“Knives Out” is a thrilling murder mystery that follows Detective Benoit Blanc as he investigates the suspicious death of renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey. With an all-star cast including Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, and Jamie Lee Curtis, the movie takes you on a suspenseful journey through a web of lies and deceit as Blanc unravels the truth behind Harlan’s demise. Released on November 27, 2019, this film is a must-watch for fans of gripping whodunits.

Cast: Daniel Craig (Benoit Blanc) , Chris Evans (Ransom Drysdale) , Ana de Armas (Marta Cabrera) , Jamie Lee Curtis (Linda Drysdale) , Michael Shannon (Walt Thrombey) , Don Johnson (Richard Drysdale) , Toni Collette (Joni Thrombey) , Lakeith Stanfield (Lieutenant Elliott) , Christopher Plummer (Harlan Thrombey) , Katherine Langford (Meg Thrombey) , Jaeden Martell (Jacob Thrombey) , Riki Lindhome (Donna Thrombrey) , Edi Patterson (Fran) , Frank Oz (Alan Stevens) , K Callan (Greatnana Wanetta) , Noah Segan (Trooper Wagner) , M. Emmet Walsh (Mr. Proofroc) , Marlene Forte (Marta’s Mom) , Raúl Castillo (Cop) , Shyrley Rodriguez (Alicia) , Kerry Frances (Sally) , Gary Tanguay (Local News Anchor) , Octavia Chavez-Richmond (Other Woman) , Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Detective Hardrock (voice)) , Paul Bellefeuille (Friend of Harlan Thrombey (uncredited))

Directors: Rian Johnson

Writers: Rian Johnson

Tags: detective, massachusetts, immigrant, big family, investigation, mansion, whodunit, family home, murder mystery, neo-noir, privilege

Marriage Story

Marriage Story

Release Date: 2019-09-28

Genres: Drama

“Marriage Story” is a powerful and emotional film that follows a stage director and an actress as they navigate a challenging and emotionally draining divorce. With an incredible cast including Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, and Laura Dern, this movie explores the personal struggles and extremes that the couple goes through during their coast-to-coast separation. Released on September 28, 2019, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Adam Driver (Charlie Barber) , Scarlett Johansson (Nicole Barber) , Laura Dern (Nora Fanshaw) , Alan Alda (Bert Spitz) , Ray Liotta (Jay Marotta) , Julie Hagerty (Sandra) , Merritt Wever (Cassie) , Azhy Robertson (Henry Barber) , Wallace Shawn (Frank) , Martha Kelly (The Evaluator) , Mark O’Brien (Carter Mitchum) , Julia Greer (Street Solicitor #1) , Matthew Maher (Theater Actor) , Eric Berryman (Theater Actor) , Mickey Sumner (Beth – Theater Actor) , Jasmine Cephas Jones (Theater Actor) , Gideon Glick (Theater Actor) , Motell Gyn Foster (Theater Actor) , David Turner (Theater Actor) , Raymond J. Lee (Theater Actor) , Mary Wiseman (Theater Actor) , Pete Simpson (Theater Actor) , Irene Choi (Theater Actor) , Matthew Shear (Terry – Theater Actor) , Becca Blackwell (Theater Actor)

Directors: Noah Baumbach

Writers: Noah Baumbach

Tags: new york city, parent child relationship, husband wife relationship, infidelity, theatre group, theater director, lawyer, los angeles, california, divorce, divorce lawyer

The Traitor

The Traitor

Release Date: 2019-05-23

Genres: Drama, Crime, Thriller

“The Traitor” is a gripping Italian movie set in Palermo, Sicily in 1980. It follows the story of Tommaso Buscetta, a member of the Mafia who decides to escape the constant violence by moving to Brazil with his family. However, circumstances force him to return to Italy, leading him to make a daring decision that will forever change his life and the fate of the notorious Cosa Nostra. Starring Pierfrancesco Favino and Maria Fernanda Cândido, this intense drama was released on May 23, 2019, and is considered one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Pierfrancesco Favino (Tommaso Buscetta) , Maria Fernanda Cândido (Maria Cristina de Almeida) , Fabrizio Ferracane (Pippo Calò) , Fausto Russo Alesi (Giovanni Falcone) , Luigi Lo Cascio (Salvatore Contorno) , Bruno Cariello (Alfonso Giordano) , Giovanni Calcagno (Tano Badalamenti) , Rosario Palazzolo (Giovanni De Gennaro) , Nicola Calì (Totò Riina) , Vincenzo Pirrotta (Luciano Liggio) , Pier Giorgio Bellocchio (Cesare) , Michelangelo Cicirello () , Gabriele Cicirello (Benedetto Buscetta) , Paride Cicirello (Antonio Buscetta) , Goffredo Maria Bruno (Stefano Bontate) , Ludovico Caldarera (Salvatore Cancemi) , Alessio Praticò (Scarpuzzedda) , Bebo Storti (Franco Coppi) , Federica Butera (Silvana Buscetta) , Alberto Gottuso (Giuseppe Inzerillo) , Pippo Di Marca (Giulio Andreotti) , Ada Nisticò (Alessandra Buscetta) , Matteo Contino (Salvatore Inzerillo) , Aurora Peres (Bontate’s Wife) , Simona Distefano ()

Directors: Marco Bellocchio

Writers: Francesco Piccolo, Marco Bellocchio, Ludovica Rampoldi, Valia Santella, Francesco La Licata

Tags: rome, italy, palermo, sicily, based on true story, sicilian mafia, italian history, 1980s, 1990s, cosa nostra, anti-mafia, trial witness, 2000s, pentito, omertá, mafia trial, mafia war

The Irishman

The Irishman

Release Date: 2019-11-01

Genres: Crime, Drama, History

“The Irishman” is a captivating crime drama set in 1956 Pennsylvania. It follows Frank Sheeran, a truck driver and war veteran of Irish descent, who unexpectedly crosses paths with mobster Russell Bufalino. As Frank becomes Russell’s trusted ally, he is sent to Chicago to assist Jimmy Hoffa, a powerful union leader with ties to organized crime. The movie boasts an incredible cast including Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci, and was released on November 1, 2019.

Cast: Robert De Niro (Frank Sheeran) , Al Pacino (Jimmy Hoffa) , Joe Pesci (Russell Bufalino) , Stephen Graham (Anthony ‘Tony Pro’ Provenzano) , Ray Romano (Bill Bufalino) , Harvey Keitel (Angelo Bruno) , Bobby Cannavale (‘Skinny Razor’) , Anna Paquin (Older Peggy Sheeran) , Stephanie Kurtzuba (Irene Sheeran) , Kathrine Narducci (Carrie Bufalino) , Welker White (Josephine ‘Jo’ Hoffa) , Jesse Plemons (Chuckie O’Brien) , Jack Huston (Robert Kennedy – RFK) , Domenick Lombardozzi (‘Fat Tony’ Salerno) , Paul Herman (‘Whispers’ DiTullio) , Louis Cancelmi (‘Sally Bugs’) , Gary Basaraba (Frank ‘Fitz’ Fitzsimmons) , Marin Ireland (Older Dolores Sheeran) , Sebastian Maniscalco (‘Crazy Joe’ Gallo) , Steven Van Zandt (Jerry Vale) , Lucy Gallina (Young Peggy Sheeran) , Jonathan Morris (Assisted Living Priest) , Dascha Polanco (Nurse) , Bo Dietl (Joe Glimco) , Aleksa Palladino (Mary Sheeran)

Directors: Martin Scorsese

Writers: Steven Zaillian, Charles Brandt

Tags: philadelphia, pennsylvania, chicago, illinois, based on novel or book, pennsylvania, usa, 1970s, irish-american, hitman, gangster, male friendship, murder, family relationships, organized crime, mafia, sicilian mafia, nonlinear timeline, labor union, 1950s, 1960s, mob family, jimmy hoffa, voiceover, father daughter relationship, criminal as protagonist, killer as protagonist

Hotel Mumbai

Hotel Mumbai

Release Date: 2019-03-14

Genres: Thriller, History, Drama, Action

“Hotel Mumbai” is a gripping and intense movie set in Mumbai, India, during the tragic events of November 26, 2008. As terrorists unleash chaos and violence throughout the city, the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel becomes a target. Dev Patel, Armie Hammer, and an incredible ensemble cast portray the brave hotel staff and guests who risk their lives to protect themselves and others, displaying unimaginable acts of sacrifice and heroism. Released on March 14, 2019, this film is a must-watch for its powerful portrayal of resilience and the human spirit in the face of adversity.

Cast: Dev Patel (Arjun) , Armie Hammer (David) , Nazanin Boniadi (Zahra) , Tilda Cobham-Hervey (Sally) , Anupam Kher (Chef Hemant Oberoi) , Jason Isaacs (Vasili Orchevsky) , Suhail Nayyar (Abdullah) , Amandeep Singh (Imran) , Manoj Mehra (Houssam) , Dinesh Kumar (Rashid) , Kapil Kumar Netra (Kasab) , Amriptal Singh (Ismail) , Mohammad Arafat Sarguroh (Summer King) , Adithi Kalkunte (Dimple) , Angus McLaren (Eddie) , Alex Pinder (Butler Jamon) , Natasha Liu Bordizzo (Bree) , Vipin Sharma (Dilip) , Gaurav Paswala (Sanjay) , Naina Sareen (Lani) , Sachin Joab (Vijay Goswami) , Chantal Contouri (Mrs. Karvelas) , Vitthal Kale (DC Kanu) , Nagesh Bhonsle (DC Vam) , Carmen Duncan (Lady Wynn)

Directors: Anthony Maras

Writers: John Collee, Anthony Maras

Tags: husband wife relationship, mumbai (bombay), india, based on true story, india, struggle for survival, religious fundamentalism, terrorist attack, luxury hotel, jihadist terrorist, 2000s

Dark Waters

Dark Waters

Release Date: 2019-11-22

Genres: Drama, Thriller

“Dark Waters” is a gripping legal thriller that follows a determined lawyer as he unravels a disturbing secret linking a series of mysterious deaths to a powerful multinational corporation. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Anne Hathaway, and Tim Robbins, this intense film delves into the attorney’s relentless pursuit of truth, even at the cost of his own future, family, and life. Released on November 22, 2019, it’s definitely a must-watch for those seeking a thought-provoking and suspenseful cinematic experience.

Cast: Mark Ruffalo (Robert Bilott) , Anne Hathaway (Sarah Bilott) , Tim Robbins (Tom Terp) , Bill Pullman (Harry Dietzler) , Bill Camp (Wilbur Tennant) , Victor Garber (Phil Donnelly) , Mare Winningham (Darlene Kiger) , William Jackson Harper (James Ross) , Louisa Krause (Carla Pfeiffer) , Kevin Crowley (Larry Winter) , Bruce Cromer (Kim Burke) , Denise Dal Vera (Sandra Tennant) , Richard Hagerman (Joe Kiger) , Abi Van Andel (Kathleen Welch) , John Newberg (Dr. Gillespie) , Barry Mulholland (Charles Holliday) , Jeffrey Grover (Edward Wallace) , Jim Azelvandre (Jim Tennant) , Graham Caldwell (Teddy Bilott (3-5)) , William “Bucky” Bailey (Bucky Bailey) , Marcia Dangerfield (Grammer) , Brian Gallagher (David) , Michael Haney (Managing Partner) , Barry G. Bernson (Retired Partner) , Michael King (Unpleasant Partner)

Directors: Todd Haynes

Writers: Matthew Michael Carnahan, Mario Correa, Nathaniel Rich

Tags: biography, pollution, lawsuit, west virginia, based on true story, cancer, lawyer, farmer, water pollution, government corruption, 1990s, based on magazine, newspaper or article, legal thriller, chemical contamination, blood test

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

Release Date: 2019-10-18

Genres: Drama, Fantasy, Thriller, Horror

“The Lighthouse” is a gripping psychological thriller set in the 1890s, where two lighthouse keepers find themselves battling to preserve their sanity on a remote and enigmatic New England island. With an incredible cast including Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, this highly acclaimed film takes you on a haunting journey into the depths of isolation and mystery. Released on October 18, 2019, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Robert Pattinson (Thomas Howard) , Willem Dafoe (Thomas Wake) , Valeriia Karaman (Mermaid) , Logan Hawkes (Ephraim Winslow) , Kyla Nicolle (Woman on the Rocks) , Shaun Clarke (Departing Wickie) , Pierre Richard (Departing Assistant Wickie) , Preston Hudson (Tender Mate) , Jeff Cruts (Tender Mate)

Directors: Robert Eggers

Writers: Robert Eggers, Max Eggers

Tags: isolation, island, nightmare, hallucination, lighthouse, mermaid, lighthouse keeper , gay interest, storm, male masturbation, new england, madness, drunkenness, 19th century, isolated island, one location, two-hander

The Two Popes

The Two Popes

Release Date: 2019-11-27

Genres: Drama, Comedy, History

“The Two Popes” is a captivating drama released in 2019 that delves into the intriguing relationship between Cardinal Bergoglio and Pope Benedict. Frustrated with the church’s direction, Cardinal Bergoglio seeks retirement but is instead summoned by Pope Benedict, who is grappling with scandal and self-doubt. As the story unfolds, a secret is revealed that has the potential to shake the very foundations of the Catholic Church. With brilliant performances by Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins, this movie is a must-watch for anyone interested in the inner workings of the Vatican.

Cast: Jonathan Pryce (Jorge Bergoglio / Pope Francis) , Anthony Hopkins (Joseph Ratzinger / Pope Benedict XVI) , Juan Minujín (Young Jorge Bergoglio) , Luis Gnecco (Cardinal Hummes) , Cristina Banegas (Lisabetta) , María Ucedo (Esther Ballestrine) , Renato Scarpa (Camerlengo) , Sidney Cole (Cardinal Turkson) , Achille Brugnini (Cardinal Martini) , Federico Torre (Protodeacon Estevez) , Germán de Silva (Father Yorio) , Lisandro Fiks (Father Jalics) , Libero De Rienzo (Roberto) , Willie Jonah (Cardinal Arinze) , Sofia Mayra Cessak (Amalia Damonte) , Vincent Riotta (Driver) , Daphne Mereu (Gandolfo Nun) , Martina Sammarco (Gandolfo Nun) , Juan Miguel Arias (Paolo) , Daniel Juan di Cocco (Unknown Priest) , Josello Bella (Admiral Massera) , Luis Alfredo Huerga Reyna (Captain Artiz) , Andres Carlos Zurita (Tonio) , Guido Nicolas Losantos (Father Pepe) , Nicola Acunzo (Papal Gardener)

Directors: Fernando Meirelles

Writers: Anthony McCarten

Tags: vatican, pope, based on true story, catholic, catholicism, cardinal, conclave, papal conclave, sistine chapel, two-hander

The Dirt

The Dirt

Release Date: 2019-03-22

Genres: Drama, Music, History, Comedy

“The Dirt” is a 2019 movie that tells the captivating story of Mötley Crüe, a rock band that rose to fame from the vibrant Sunset Strip club scene in the early 1980s. Starring Machine Gun Kelly, Erin Ownbey, Douglas Booth, and other talented actors, this film takes you on a thrilling journey through the band’s journey to superstardom. Released on March 22, 2019, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year!

Cast: Machine Gun Kelly (Tommy Lee) , Erin Ownbey (Excited Partygoer) , Douglas Booth (Nikki Sixx) , Aaron Jay Rome (Kayla’s Boyfriend) , Daniel Webber (Vince Neil) , Alyssa Marie Stilwell (Kayla) , Brittany Furlan (Biker Chick) , Iwan Rheon (Mick Mars) , Trace Masters (Frank Feranna, Jr., Age 8) , Matthew Underwood (Gino) , Kathryn Morris (Deana) , Vince Mattis (Frank Feranna, Jr.) , Mark Ashworth (Deana’s Boyfriend) , Avis-Marie Barnes (Officer) , Eleanor Threatt (County Clerk) , Joe Chrest (David) , Elena Evangelo (Voula) , Courtney Dietz (Athena) , Kabby Borders (Tommy’s Girlfriend) , Carol Ann Scruggs (Dottie) , Peter Jaymes Jr. (Rick) , Katherine Neff (Lovey) , Bernard Hocke (Mick’s Doctor) , David Kallaway (Starwood Bouncer) , Ethan McGee (First Fan)

Directors: Jeff Tremaine

Writers: Rich Wilkes, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, Mick Mars, Neil Strauss, Nikki Sixx, Amanda Adelson


Spider-Man: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” is an action-packed movie released in 2019. It follows Peter Parker and his friends as they embark on a summer trip to Europe, only to find themselves caught up in a mission to uncover the mystery behind destructive creatures causing chaos across the continent. With a star-studded cast including Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, and Jake Gyllenhaal, this thrilling film is a must-watch for any Spider-Man fan.

Cast: Tom Holland (Peter Parker / Spider-Man) , Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) , Jake Gyllenhaal (Quentin Beck / Mysterio) , Marisa Tomei (May Parker) , Jon Favreau (Harold ‘Happy’ Hogan) , Zendaya (Michelle ‘MJ’ Jones) , Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) , Tony Revolori (Eugene ‘Flash’ Thompson) , Angourie Rice (Betty Brant) , Remy Hii (Brad Davis) , Martin Starr (Mr. Harrington) , J.B. Smoove (Mr. Dell) , Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Jason Ionello) , Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill) , Numan Acar (Dimitri) , Zach Barack (Zach) , Zoha Rahman (Zoha) , Yasmin Mwanza (Yasmin) , Joshua Sinclair-Evans (Josh Spinelli) , Tyler Luke Cunningham (Tyler) , Sebastián Viveros (Sebastian) , Toni Garrn (The Seamstress) , Peter Billingsley (William Ginter Riva) , Clare Dunne (Victoria) , Nicholas Gleaves (Guterman)

Directors: Jon Watts

Writers: Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers

Tags: venice, italy, europe, school trip, sequel, superhero, based on comic, destruction, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe (mcu), tower of london

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