From the usual blockbuster fare to disquieting horror films to career highs from celebrated auteurs like Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese, 2019 offered plenty of variety at the movies. Here’s TechCentral’s annual look back at the best of films of the year.
Author Lance Harris
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Superhero epics, action blockbusters, biographical dramas, period pieces, dark comedies, quirky indie films, whimsical fantasies — 2018 offered plenty of variety at the movies.
Whatever their preferred platform or genre, gamers were spoiled for choice in 2018. Lance Harris ranks the best titles of the year.
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