One of the movies I've been trying to figure out the year for as of late so I can place it either in my 2019 list of favorite movies or save it for 2020's is Juliano Dornelles and Kleber Mendonça Filho's film Bacurau from Brazil, which I saw at the New York Film Festival this past September -- I reviewed it right here. And if it's not immediately clear by the act of me worrying which year it goes in on a favorites list, I fucking loved it.
It's about a quirky town called Bacurau in the middle of nowhere that gets invaded by a bunch of "foreign adversaries" who've been hired by the government to clear the land -- it's an insanely bloody genre blast that's at the same time deeply political; it's smart, it's insane, it's angry as fuck and therefore perfect for our times, and it stars Udo Kier and Sonia Braga. Literally everything.
via) as well as a US release date -- Bacurau will hit the US on March 6th. So, to work my way back to the start, I am saving it for my 2020 list I guess. Here's a trailer that came out awhile back: