Here Are The 15 Finest Crime Movies You Can Watch Right Now


Here Are The 15 Finest Crime Movies You Can Watch Right Now:

This year had a lot of great crime movies, both in terms of quality as well as range. That’s a list of the fifteen strongest in this area. I mostly chose them myself after a lot of thought and with a lot of help from my friends and coworkers. Because it might have been too hard to do, this list wasn’t ordered. That would have been too hard to do.

People paid attention when it was said that “The Irishman” would be out in 2019. In the crime drama, the unstable Martin Scorcese came back to the big screen and reunited with his favorite young star, Robert De Niro.

Because of the movie, 2019 seems to have become a great year for acts and classics becoming movies. One of the things that makes this movie stand out is that it is directed by Scorcese.


A lot of the time, the narrator’s voice and style make real-life crime stories better. How the storyteller does his job has a lot to do with how the story turns out, how it makes people feel, and how they react to it. Lucky for us, Loren Scafaria tells “Hustlers” in a way that is so stunning and extravagant that it makes you stand to attention.

“Hustlers” has powerful main performances through Jenifer Lopez as well as Constance Wu. The movie seems to celebrate how some ignorant and underappreciated strippers overcome their basic technical flaws alongside grit and wit.

“Hustlers” was supposed to be the big hit of the year and be on many best-of-the-year lists before it even came out. The case for including it is even stronger now that it has done well at the box office as well as been praised by all critics.

“Hustlers” is about the famous and widely reported group of scammers who drugged sellers and then cheated them out of money. Lopez plays senior organizer Ramona Vega, who takes in newcomer Destiny, who is now Dorothy, and makes her feel welcome at the club Moves.

The women build up huge sums together, but when they get back together years later, broke from the 2007 mess, they come up with a plan that seems impossible to fail. The cast really likes how director Lorene Scafaria shows how the women’s lives are outside of the club and not connected to the scam.

Her encouraging method makes sure that the movie is more than just a boring repeat of facts. When she as well as her team work together, they give the movie a stunning and deeply moving visual scale.

“Hustlers,” which stars Jennifer Lopez in a powerful lead role, is both fleshy and emotional, making it a must-see, high-energy movie unlike anything else this year.


This movie got the Palme d’Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. It was written and produced by Bong Joon Ho.

The story is about the Kims, a jobless family who become very interested in the rich Park family and plan to become a part of their lives. The movie is a great class study that is also very gripping and has one of the best dramatic arcs I’ve seen.


The Joker, the most talked-about movie of the year, is the first one. When word first got out that Todd Phillips was working on a movie about the beginnings of the Joker, most movie fans just thought it would be a pretty standard superhero movie.

But that’s not true. What we got was The King of Comedy set in the present day, featuring Robert De Niro. The directors were making a point when they hired Joaquin Phoenix. This wasn’t going to be a kid-friendly comic book story.

Phoenix, a famous method actor who never seems to fail, adds something completely new to the role of Batman’s archenemy, the clown Pathos.

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We learn that the Joker is Arthur Fleck, a failed clown and hopeful stand-up comic who is crushed by life, beats up half the individuals he meets, and has mental health problems that keep getting worse.

This is the story of a man who went from being a victim of crime to planning crimes. as well as at least the start of that trip. By the conclusion of the year, only The Joker has already made more than a billion dollars, so it’s likely that there will be a second movie.

El Camino: The Breaking Bad Movie:

It’s possible that “Breaking Bad” is the best TV show ever. It’s almost like Walter White as well as Jesse Pinkman have a weird following after all these years. Both of them show up in a very interesting way in Vince Gilligan’s return to his great work. The movie isn’t a full-length feature, so it doesn’t have a big budget for making it.

The story of Pinkman’s escape from prison goes on as he looks for the drug money that is rightly his so he can start a new life. With the cops following him closely and other bad guys looking for the money, Pinkman’s plan is becoming less likely by the second.

To put it simply, “El Camino” is only interesting to die-hard BB fans. Gilligan’s most noticeable trait was how honestly he told stories. There were no fake long takes, flashy camera moves, or other attempts to get people’s attention.

His story is very convincing, which is why his execution was so simple. Much of the story of “El Camino” comes from the TV show, so the writing isn’t very original at first. It really does bring Pinkman’s story to a close, and it will put an end to all the crazy fan ideas regarding what happened next.

Knives Out:

This smart whodunit was written and directed by Rian Johnson. It starts with the body of a rich father who was a mystery writer being found in his study with a knife wound to the throat. Everyone who is at his house has a reason to want him dead. There are almost no hints.

The deed could not have been done by anyone getting into his room. And then a very smart officer shows up to help the cops look into the crime, which they can’t solve at this point. But the movie flips all of this upon its head by telling an original, very smart story that keeps surprising people.

The Irishman:

We have added a second list item for Mr. De Niro. Bobby is often thought of as the best living actor, but the 21st century hasn’t been great for his resume. But this amazing, big, three-and-a-half-hour mobster thriller from Martin Scorsese, who works with the director a lot, helps to fix that problem in some ways.

Films by De Niro, Pacino, Pesci, as well as Scorsese The Irishman is a dream movie for anyone who likes crime movies. This is about as Scorsese-like a movie as Martin Scorsese can make.

It’s based on Charles Brandt’s 2004 book I Heard You Paint Houses. This movie is very long and mostly shows violent crooks talking in rooms, so if you don’t like those kinds of movies, this may not be for you.

Lying And Stealing:

Over the years, Hollywood has been full of one-off heist movies that don’t go into much detail. Few movies, like “Ocean 8” and “The Italian Job,” have stuck around within talks, which shows how thin the margins are for these kinds of projects.

“Lying and Stealing” barely comes to the end, thanks to a story with a lot of layers that isn’t as complicated as it seems.

Along with Ratajkowski, Theo James plays Ivan Warding, a skilled thief who specializes in old paintings and sees in a beautiful con artist a way to quit his dangerous job. The comedy is a big part of what keeps the movie from being truly average.

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The changing waves don’t always work well with the fast-paced story, which doesn’t have enough personality to really stand out. ‘Lying and Stealing’ could have had a big effect, but the way it treats serious issues makes it much less powerful.

Queen And Slim:

Queen & Slim is a movie directed through Melina Matsoukas and written by Lena Waithe. It’s a story about two young adults whose perfect first date goes badly when they get pulled over by a dishonest police officer.

Unfortunately, things get worse, and Slim has to shoot the police officer in self-defense. The two know what’s coming next, though, so they run away together after this bad moment.

As they are being chased, a video of their meeting goes online, making them national figures for black rights. However, LitHub Assistant Editor Aaron Robertson said it was “fable-like,” adding a new story to the canon of African American legends. It is beautifully and brightly lit and strangely written.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile:

A movie with Zac Efron about Ted Bundy? Yep! We had high hopes for this movie, but it didn’t quite live up to them. However, the title, which comes from Bundy’s sentence judge’s final speech, makes it worth looking for.

The movie, which is based on Bundy’s ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall’s autobiography The Phantom Prince, was directed by Joe Berlinger. In addition to being in charge of Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, he wrote My Life with Ted Bundy. So it’s based on good study.

Although Efron does a great job, I have the feeling that one of America’s cruelest and most evil serial killers is presented with a little too much sympathy.


“Look at those men! They walk on two legs, yet they’re still beasts.” It doesn’t sound scary at all for a cow to escape from a butcher in Idukki and run into the wild. But Pellissery is so good at making this event seem completely crazy that it becomes a key part of the story.

Jallikattu is a spectacular journey of chaos that turns a story with few events into something primal as well as universal. It is a movie experience like no other that cuts via your bones as well as skin. It is a technical wonder and a visual explosion. It can’t be put into words, no matter how many terms I use.

The writing, editing, lighting, and building of the atmosphere have all been perfect, as has Pellissery’s unique way of mixing dark humor alongside a philosophical undertone, which is seen a lot in Ee. When it comes to Jallikattu, Ma. Yau was much more fair.

The movie does a great job of showing how people and animals are alike while also making people look like the meanest animals. Another great move is the change in tone when the sun goes down in the shot. All of a sudden, the movie gets crazier, and the funny parts start to fade.

Using flashlights as well as torches, the game of shadow and light starts in the wild. The true heart of Jallikattu is in the endless darkness, which is emphasized by the opening shot’s chilling score and beautiful sound design.

The crazy ending of Jallikattu isn’t the end of the movie; the metaphorical ending medley is where it really goes beyond what you can understand. This is without a doubt the best movie I’ve seen so far this year. Just thinking about seeing it in theaters gives me chills.

Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood:

Once Upon a Time within Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino is about the worst time in American culture, 1969. The story jumps between two days within the lives of Sharon Tate as well as two characters from fantasy in 1969.

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Cliff Booth and Rick Dalton are both old Hollywood stars who have lost their way. Rick used to be the star of a horse show, but now he’s the bad guy on other shows. Cliff used to do stunts for Rick and is now his driver as well as “gofer.”

Rick lives next door to Roman Polanski as well as his wife Sharon Tate, who are the new cool kids in Hollywood. This is the house where the Manson killings would happen. However, the movie is mostly about how the movie business changed as culture changed.

Triple Frontier:

This story about a group of friends in the Special Forces robbing a drug gang isn’t the smartest movie of 2019, yet it is one of the most thrilling and testosterone-filled. People like Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund, as well as Pedro Pascal work together to pull off a pretty amazing heist on a crime boss.

There are parts of the movie where Ben Affleck falls asleep, but Isaac as well as Pascal really shine in this Netflix movie that’s better than most recent heist tales. The school probably wouldn’t care about it, but it’s an enjoyable way to kill two hours.

Motherless Brooklyn:

Lionel Essrog is a private investigator who is lonely and has Tourette’s syndrome. Even though his Tourette’s makes things difficult, Lionel does his job well and is highly regarded by his coworkers to be a skilled professional.

He sets out to figure out the murder of Frank Minna because he has an intense mind as well as a knack for finding important facts. He is very sad and hurt about Frank’s death.

Frank’s only friend, he helped him with his work and was his guide. Essrog soon finds a web of secrets while searching through the jazz clubs and streets of Brooklyn and Harlem. He has to deal alongside thugs, corruption, as well as the city’s most dangerous man.

Neo-noir is one of the most trusted film styles, but 2019 hasn’t seen a lot of its magic. “Motherless Brooklyn” does a great job of trying to bring that magic back. With creative use of low light and a tight frame, cinematographer Dick Pope creates a moody and interesting story.

What “Motherless Brooklyn” lacks in telling its story, it more than makes up for with its star-studded cast. The long length might make it hard for some people to enjoy it, but it shouldn’t stop you that much.

The Souvenir:

This movie, which was written and directed through Joanna Hogg, is partly based on her own life. It’s about a film student within the 1980s who falls within love with an older, charming guy who is not what he seems to be.

A.O. Scott wrote within The New York Times that the movie is about distraction as well as lying. He also said that it was one of his preferred films of the year and that it’s unique because it’s “a movie that feels such as it was created for you alone along with such as none of your business.”

In The Shadow Of The Moon:

This time-travel story starring Boyd Holbrook is very close to becoming science fiction, but there is sufficient crime to keep things in check. The story of Cold within July as well as Hap as well as Leonard’s Jim Mickle is too complicated to go into here, yet let’s just say it’s a bit of a brain-wrencher.

You may know Holbrook from the initial few seasons of Narcos. He is great in everything. And so is Cleopatra Coleman from “The Last Man on Earth.” You can watch it on Netflix now, and it’s worth your time.