Guest writers Eric Harris, Ben Sears, Dave Gutierrez, Heather Knight, Rachael Derrick & John Derrick weigh in on 2019 movies meaningful (or cautionary) to them.
MFJ staffers look at their favorite performances & characters, plus their worst theatrical experiences and more in a piece featuring more Pughs than a church.
Evan, Nick, Aly, Mitch, Sam and Lou discuss the best VOD / streaming releases of the year, their best in-theatre experience, and their biggest disappointments of 2019.
Lou Harry looks back at perhaps not the best films, but the most satisfying.
Sam switches up this year-end tradition with a Scene by Scene edition, focusing on the magical moments from his favorite 2019 movies.
Mitch Ringenberg counts down his favorite movies of 2019
Nick Rogers takes a look at the highlights and low lights of 2019.
Evan looks back at what 2019 meant for him and the Midwest Film Journal.
Stallone's steroid-addled swan song comes to home video.
Greta Gerwig's "Little Women" is the best adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's book to date.
Aly's personal examination of Rey's journey in "The Rise of Skywalker." SPOILERS AHEAD.
Josiah Berry digs deep into his dual loves of Star Wars and the holiday season.
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