The top 10 movies of the year (so far)

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Taron Egerton as Elton John in Rocketman from Paramount Pictures.

The year 2019 has blessed movie fans with a great selection of films! From Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart to the a farewell Marvel chapter, here are the best movies of 2019 so far!

If you frequent the movie theater as much as we do, you understand that putting this list together was not a simple task! In fact, we debated this over and over. How can anyone, out of all the movies that have debuted in the past eight months, only select 10? It’s nearly impossible. So please, go easy on us if we failed to include one of your favorites! Also, keep in mind that nine of the 10 movies in the following slides are in random order. Only the No. 1 is in the top spot as the best movie of the year so far.

Before the year ends, we’ll be sure to update the list or publish a new feature to highlight even more movies. Also, feel free to sounds off in the comments about our list! Do you agree? Did we fail to honor one of your favorite movies this year? We’d love to hear your thoughts.

As for which system we used to gather up this list, it’s a combination of various factors. From box office collections to the praise the movie received from both critics and fans. This way, we are sure to include both big budget pictures and indie movies. We are cinema lovers, after all, and welcome all sorts of movies into our hearts (and screens)!

Let’s begin! Here are the top 10 movies of the year so far:

10. High Life

Cast: Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, André Benjamin, Mia Goth

Synopsis: Monte (Pattinson) and his daughter are the only survivors on a space mission to extract energy from a black hole.

Those who continue to pair Robert Pattinson with his Twilight work and nothing else need to expand their genres. This gem may not be for everyone, and it caused a lot of controversy for its risky themes. But if you’re a fan of film, don’t miss this one! Pattinson’s performance in High Life is one of the best in his career. Give this one a chance, you won’t think the same of the actor again.

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