2019 was a fantastic year for cinema. We were treated to several cinematic masterpieces, Scorsese and Tarantino's latest works, and a wonderful new chapter in the Toy Story franchise, among many other smash hits.
On the other hand, the year also saw its fair share of duds. Hellboy was supposed to continue the success story of the R-Rated comic book movie, but failed miserably, the Playmobil Movie tried to capitalise on the success of the Lego Movie franchise, but also failed miserably, and Cats just flat out failed miserably on just about every conceivable level.
Somewhere in between these two tiers of 2019 movies are the under-appreciated - those that may not have set the world on fire, but were hated far more than they deserved. Whether it was due to expectations that were just too high, critics and audiences misunderstanding what to expect, or controversy surrounding a movie before its actual release, some simply weren't given the respect they deserved.
No, the majority of these movies aren't world beaters, but they have been treated far too harshly over the last year.
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