How to tell the difference between ‘the best of the best’ and ‘the worst of the worst’ in 2019 film festival

The best of 2018 was a festival of high-concept films, but this year was a film festival of low-concept ones.

The new edition of the festival, The Hollywood Film Festival 2019, was held in Los Angeles this year, and it is not without its own merits.

As usual, it offered something for everyone, and some of the more notable films from this year were:  The Shape of Water,  The Revenant,  A Fantastic Woman,  Captain Fantastic,  Star Wars: The Force Awakens,  Thor: Ragnarok,  Black Panther,  X-Men: Apocalypse,  Jurassic World,  Wonder Woman, The Good Dinosaur,  Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,  Ant-Man and the Wasp,  Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Apprentice,  Despicable Me 4,  Coco and the world of The World’s End.

But, while all of these films had the potential to be big hits, they also all had a lot of potential for disappointment.

Here are five of the films that disappointed me the most.

1.

The Shape Of Water The Shape of Waters was a fun film, but it lacked the depth of thought that made the likes of Mad Max: Fury Road and  Fantastic Four  so great.

It didn’t really go where it needed to go in the genre, and its pacing was also a bit of a letdown. 

Its problems are not as great in the sequel, though, as  The Girl From Another World, which is a more cohesive and entertaining film. 

2.

The Revengers  The Revenger  was a good film, with some really impressive visuals.

But, it was the biggest disappointment of 2019.

It’s a movie that had some of its most beautiful visuals ever filmed, but the performances didn’t quite translate to the film.

The movie’s biggest problem was a lack of diversity, as it’s mainly white characters, and the acting didn’t work with that. 

3.

Black Panther This was a great movie, and I think it could have been better.

However, its lack of a clear villain, and a lack in the world-building made it a little dull.

The action sequences were pretty good, but they were repetitive, and lacked some of  the story-driven depth of The Shape,  and  The Man From Earth,  which was a disappointment. 

4.

The Wasp It’s a great film, and is a fantastic movie, but in its second outing it felt a little rushed and rushed.

I had hoped for more from the film, especially in the opening scenes, and while I enjoyed it, I didn’t feel like the story was getting any deeper. 

5.

Ant-man and the Avengers   The Ant-men were a great story and a great sequel, but I really liked the way that they were handled in the first Ant-Men film.

There’s still a lot to do, but that’s a pretty good sign.

The Avengers were a big hit, and The Avengers: Age of Ultron was a box office success, so it was a solid year for the genre.