7 Movies At The Tribeca Film Festival 2019 That Are Hotter Than A New York Minute
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The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival is in full gear and like usual, there’s a lot to see. Robert DeNiro’s New York equivalent to Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival is always a bit grittier and ballsier with their programming. Tribeca 2019, which runs until May 5, is no different, featuring another stellar line-up with over 103 overall films (including 81 world premieres) by 124 filmmakers from around the world. Here are some Mandatory movies playing at Tribeca 2019 that you should take note of.
Audiences are literally fainting over this domestic horror-thriller about a pregnant housewife who develops a strange compulsion to consume things that she shouldn't. No, it's not a documentary.
Photo: Syncopated Films
What if the Beatles never existed? That's the playful premise behind Danny Boyle's musical comedy about a struggling singer-songwriter who wakes up one morning to find out that he's the only one who's ever heard of songs like "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude." You can probably guess what happens next.
Photo: Working Title Films
Oscar-winning director Bill Guttentag charts the "highs" and lows of one of the most influential and polarizing bands of the 1990s.
'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile'
Zac Efron uses his killer charm to play the murderous Ted Bundy. Get your popcorn ready.
Charlie Manson is enjoying a second life in the movies. While Charlies Says doesn't have the star power of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, it has a better movie poster and the always killer Matt Smith.
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Two self-absorbed millennials (you don't say) make a pact to be each other’s guests for summer wedding season. Like it or not, the rom-com is back, people.
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This quirky comedy stars cutey Zoey Deutch. She plays a hustler who tries to dig herself out of debt but keeps falling deeper into you know what.
Photo: Blue Ice Pictures