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10/10 This movie is amazing. Incredibly well-shot (the aspect ratio adds a lot), with great dialogue, plenty of dark humor, and carried by absolutely masterful performances from Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, The Lighthouse is undoubtedly my favorite movie of 2019.
10/10 Absolute fucking masterpiece.
10/10 Knives Out, the latest venture from Rian Johnson, is a twisty, exciting, and extremely entertaining film. It features wonderfully over-the-top performances from Daniel Craig and Chris Evans, which are balanced out by the emotional subtlety of Ana de Armas and Christopher Plummer, and topped off with a large (and extremely talented) ensemble cast. Rian Johnson's direction and Steve Berlin's cinematography offer healthy amounts of visual style, emphasizing the film's old-school murder mystery roots. Overall, Knives Out is easily one of the most entertaining movies of 2019, and leaves the door open for future stories with the charismatic Benoit Blanc.
10/10 Tarantino dials it back a little with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which is a surprisingly relaxed and dramatic experience (although he makes up for it in the extremely bizarre, but awesome climax). DiCaprio and (especially) Pitt are absolutely fantastic as a depressed actor and a laid-back stuntman, and Margot Robbie is extremely likable as Sharon Tate. There are also plenty of great bit roles throughout, featuring the likes of Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, etc. The cinematography and scene transitions are beautiful, as well as Tarantino's overall direction. Finally, the soundtrack is pretty catchy without being distracting. In sum, it's Quentin Tarantino's most nature project yet, and is well worth watching.
10/10 Masterful direction and acting from Clint Eastwood, with Hilary Swank and Morgan Freeman knocking it out of the park.