BRUCE ST JAMES

KTAR News host Bruce St. James names his top 10 movies of 2019

Jan 4, 2020, 4:05 AM | Updated: 6:00 pm
Scene from "1917." (Screenshot)...
Scene from "1917." (Screenshot)
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Need something new to watch while you wind down from the holidays?

Bruce St. James, co-host of KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Bruce St. James & Pamela Hughes Show, has some suggestions.

The film enthusiast reviews movies every week — except the scary ones — and this week ranked his top 10 movies of 2019.

Here are his picks:

No. 10: ‘The Two Popes’

No. 9: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

No. 8: ‘Joker’

No. 7: ‘The Irishman’

No. 6: ‘Jojo Rabbit’

No. 5: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

No. 4: ‘Uncut Gems’

No. 3: ‘Marriage Story’

No. 2: ‘Parasite’

No. 1: ‘1917’

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