In which Jaime Rebanal recounts the best films of 2019.
Noah Baumbach's ironically titled film is among his finest works to date.
Taika Waititi wages war against hatred in the form of an idiotic version of Adolf Hitler as an imaginary friend.
A final showdown with Thanos also provides a perfect culmination for the 22-film story established by the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the course of eleven years.
Within an idea so bizarre, Spike Jonze allows you to live within that world like you can feel it.
Certainly one that goes to infinity, but does it go beyond?
Wes Anderson continues to make Wes Anderson movies, and that's always a good thing. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Favours uninspired action over the philosophy that defined the original. (✯✯)
Captures a natural mood of alienation to evoke a sense of resonance. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Goes beyond the appearance of a teenage comedy to become something all the more thoughtful. (✯✯✯✯✯)