The 10 best films of 2019 (so

The 10 best films of 2019 (so

Curated via Twitter from Mashable’s twitter account….

It’s clear from the start that they’re headed for doom, but filmmaker Joanna Hogg (on whose real-life experience the movie is based) is interested in the minute details of the journey — the million little pleasures and betrayals and doubts that comprise this relationship. At the core of Shazam! ‘s family-friendly charms is its understanding that, for all grownups like to idealize the innocence and freedom of youth, actually being young can be hard, complicated stuff — whether you’re a foster kid yearning for a home (like Asher Angel’s Billy Batson) or an unloved child warped by cruelty and tragedy (like Mark Strong’s Dr. Sivana).

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The 10 best films of 2019 (so

The 10 best films of 2019 (so

Curated via Twitter from Mashable’s twitter account….

It’s clear from the start that they’re headed for doom, but filmmaker Joanna Hogg (on whose real-life experience the movie is based) is interested in the minute details of the journey — the million little pleasures and betrayals and doubts that comprise this relationship. At the core of Shazam! ‘s family-friendly charms is its understanding that, for all grownups like to idealize the innocence and freedom of youth, actually being young can be hard, complicated stuff — whether you’re a foster kid yearning for a home (like Asher Angel’s Billy Batson) or an unloved child warped by cruelty and tragedy (like Mark Strong’s Dr. Sivana).

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The 10 best films of 2019 (so

The 10 best films of 2019 (so

Curated via Twitter from Mashable’s twitter account….

It’s clear from the start that they’re headed for doom, but filmmaker Joanna Hogg (on whose real-life experience the movie is based) is interested in the minute details of the journey — the million little pleasures and betrayals and doubts that comprise this relationship. At the core of Shazam! ‘s family-friendly charms is its understanding that, for all grownups like to idealize the innocence and freedom of youth, actually being young can be hard, complicated stuff — whether you’re a foster kid yearning for a home (like Asher Angel’s Billy Batson) or an unloved child warped by cruelty and tragedy (like Mark Strong’s Dr. Sivana).

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