It's time to vote for the best Spanish language movies of 2019. There are many from which to choose because there are several Spanish-speaking countries, each with its own thriving film industry. The titles on this list come from Spain, Mexico, and Argentina. Every genre is represented, although romances, comedies, and thrillers are the most common.
In recent years, Spanish and Mexican films have found popularity around the world, thanks to the increasing number of people who speak the language. One of the best Spanish language films of 2019 is No Manches Frida 2: Paraiso Destruido, which was released in North America in March and grossed an impressive $9 million, despite playing in fewer than 500 theaters. It has made $26 million globally, according to The Numbers, a website that keeps track of motion picture grosses. It certainly won't be the last to make such a strong worldwide impression. Spanish movies are also more accessible than ever with streaming services such as Netflix (just check out our list of the best Spanish movies on Netflix for proof).
Vote up your picks for the greatest Spanish language movies of 2019 from the list below. Some of them maintain their Spanish titles, while others are referenced by the titles they go by in English-speaking countries. If you don't see your favorite included, add it so other users can rank it. Check back later new and upcoming spanish speaking films.
No Manches Frida 2: Paraiso DestruidoOmar Chaparro, Martha Higareda
No Manches Frida 2: Paraíso Destruido is a 2019 comedy film directed by Nacho G. Velilla. Zequi tries to regain Lucy's love by bringing the school's team to victory.
Directed by: Pedro Almodóvar
Pain and Glory is a 2019 Spanish drama directed by Pedro Almadovar. A film director reflects on the choices he's made in life as past and present come crashing down around him.
Under the Same RoofJordi Sánchez, Silvia Abril
Under the Same Roof is a 2019 Spanish comedy film directed by Juana Macías. Nadia and Adrián starts their particular world war when she files to divorce him.
I Can Quit Whenever I WantDavid Verdaguer, Ernesto Sevilla
I Can Quit Whenever I Want is a 2019 Spanish comedy directed by Carlos Therón. Three university teachers fallen in disgrace turn into drug dealers after one of them creates a new experimental pill.
The Longest NightNoelle Schonwald, Cristian Mercado
The Longest Night is a 2019 Spanish thriller directed by Gabriela Calvache.
CallcenterDemian Solomon, Vanina Balena
Callcenter is a 2019 Argentinian comedy directed by Sergio Estilarte and Federico Velasco. The night-shift employees at a Callcenter discover they have more in common than they thought.
The Days to ComeMaria Rodriguez Soto, David Verdaguer
The Days to Come is a 2019 Spanish romantic drama directed by Carlos Marques-Marcet.
4 LatasJean Reno, Hovik Keuchkerian
4 Latas is a 2019 Spanish comedy film directed by Gerardo Olivares. Tocho (Hovik Keuchkerian), Jean Pierre (Jean Reno) and Ely (Susana Abaitua) travel from Spain to Mali to meet Ely's dying father for the last time.
Father There Is Only OneSantiago Segura, Toni Acosta
Father There Is Only One is a 2019 Spanish comedy directed by Santiago Segura. A family father discovers how hard is care of his five children when his wife leaves him alone with them during a week of holidays.
Despite EverythingBlanca Suárez, Amaia Salamanca
Despite Everything is a 2019 Spanish comedy film directed by Gabriela Tagliavini. Four quite different sisters, all with their own little secrets, attend their mom's funeral in Madrid.
Directed by: Isabel Coixet
Elisa & Marcela is a 2019 Spanish biographical romantic drama film directed by Isabel Coixet. the film tells the story of Elisa Sánchez Loriga and Marcela Gracia Ibeas, two women who passed as a heterosexual couple in order to marry in 1901 at Church of Saint George in A Coruña becoming the first same-sex matrimony recorded in Spain.
Directed by: Diego Kaplan
BoiBernat Quintana, Fina Ruis
Boi is a 2019 Spanish thriller film directed and written by Jorge M. Fontana.
In Family I TrustClara Lago, Alex Garcia
In Family I Trust is a 2019 Spanish romantic comedy film directed by Patricia Font. After finding out her boyfriend is cheating on her with a famous TV reporter, a woman goes back to her family home to find herself.
Heroic LosersRicardo Darin, Luis Brandoni
Heroic Losers is a 2019 Argentinian adventure crime comedy directed by Sebastián Borensztein. During the economic crisis that led to the traumatic bank freeze of 2001, a group of men decides to gather the amount of money necessary to acquire some abandoned silos on an agro-industrial property.
The August VirginVito Sanz, Itsaso Arana
The August Virgin is a 2019 Spanish drama directed by Jonás Trueba.
Blood Will TellOscar Martinez, Delores Fonzi
Blood Will Tell is a 2019 Spanish mystery thriller directed by Miguel Cohan.
La Boda de Mi Mejor AmigoAna Serradilla, Carlos Ferro
La Boda di Mi Mejor Amigo is a 2019 Mexican romantic comedy directed by Celso R. García. It is a remake of the 1997 Julia Roberts comedy My Best Friend's Wedding.
The Gasoline ThievesLeonardo Alonso, Eduardo Bando
The Gasoline Thieves is a 2019 Mexican drama directed by Edgar Nito. An innocent crush propels fourteen year old Lalo's descent into the criminal underworld of illegal gasoline extraction.
Tod@s CaenMartha Higareda, Omar Chaparro
Tod@s Caen is a 2019 Mexican comedy directed by Ariel Winograd.
Mirreyes Contra GodinezPablo Lyle, Diana Bovio
Mirreyes Contra Godinez is a 2019 Mexican comedy directed by Chava Cartas.
Love BeatsOlga Alaman, Carlo Blanco
Love Beats (a.k.a. La Banda) is a 2019 Spanish drama directed by Roberto Bueso.
Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?Pol Monen, Andrea Ros
Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island? is a 2019 Spanish drama directed by Jota Linares.
No Soy Tu MamiLuly Drozdek, Julieta Diaz
No Soy Tu Mami is a 2019 Argentinian romantic comedy directed by Marcos Carnevale. A journalist states in her weekly column the reasons why she does not want to have any children, defending her position on life and motherhood.
The Weasel's TaleGraciela Borges, Oscar Martinez
The Weasel's Tale is a 2019 Argentinian comedy-drama directed by Juan José Campanella. A group of four old friends consisting of a film director, a film writer, an actress, and her husband share a big house in the country.