The kino of the year and of the decade selections are no better than what you could find on 4channel or reddit. It's an immature list for cynical teens and college age kiddies, revealing political confusion and a lack of moral reckoning or spiritual strength. Cynicism does not equal smartness. Mainstream Hollywood flicks won't help either, so that's why it's better to turn away from them and look to the independent scene or foreign films for superior art and entertainment.
Koreans have among the lowest education, decency, and cultural standards of any Asian group, so South Koreans films are out of the question. Bong Joon-Ho takes Parasite to far reaching anarchist/socialist extremes. He's not funny and he tries to be; Bong ends up as some edgy version of Charlie Chaplin but even more brazenly political and destructive. Chaplin was left leaning but he used his works to uplift people which is why Chaplin's Modern Times was so important for the 1930s depression era America. Bong only exploits the politically naive. The Chinese have put out much better movies this year, and I would recommend Stephen Chow's The New King of Comedy or Zhang Yimou's Shadow over anything by Koreans.
For a socialist work of 2019, Pietro Marcello's Martin Eden (based on the Jack London book) would probably be a better alternative to Parasite.
For some conservative works of 2019, Serenity (by Steven Knight) is a good choice, but I notice that it made a lot of "worst movies" of 2019 lists, unfortunately. It's a great morality play which hearkens all the way back to the conflict seen in D.W. Griffith's South Seas work like The Love Flower (1920), but Serenity is updated for the 21st century in an interesting way.
I also expected S. Craig Zahler's Dragged Across Concrete to make some sort of impact on here or 8chan because of the Gibson/Vaughn cop duo but I guess nobody has seen that yet.