2019 movies oscillated from South Korean social satire, to superheroes, to Star Wars, and Scorsese’s unexpected vulnerability.
The latest Star Wars contains the most fan service yet put to celluloid. But will you be happy? Probably, unless you live on the internet.
Scorsese’s Irishman could be his last venture into the gangster genre, and he leaves us with something entirely new, and very un-Scorsese.
‘Judy’ is not notable for the narrative, but rather the accuracy of Zellweger’s portrayal of the legendary singer/wreck. It’s a scene, man.
‘The Harp of Kings’ is a melding of past and present, introducing reality television tropes to the realm of fantasy. It’s distinctive, but safe enough for the merry throng of YA readers.