My Top Ten of 2018

Posted on December 27, 2018 at 12:14 pm

My top ten films of 2018 (as usual, I have a #1 and then everything else is tied for #2), has been published on At the top of my list is “If Beale Street Could Talk,” and the rest of the list includes “Black Panther,” “Eighth Grade,” “Sorry to Bother You,” and “Support the Girls.”

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3 Replies to “My Top Ten of 2018”

  1. My own picks, of the 22 I’ve seen:
    Incredibles 2
    Avengers: Infinity War
    First Man

    Black Panther
    A Quiet Place
    Ant-Man and the Wasp
    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
    Love, Simon
    Christopher Robin

    Honourable mentions to Solo, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Boy Erased and Pokémon: The Power of Us.

  2. It was fun to go back, count, and remember the ones I have seen. It’s only 16 so I have best/worst list overlap.

    1. Eighth Grade – I’m just a sucker for the Father/Daughter relationships. Wish he would have read a book on parenting.
    2. Game Night – It’s hard to believe these are adults, but it was really fun.
    3. Tully – Really well done, no one talks about this movie.
    4. Ready Player One – Tiresome special effects, but still has the Spielberg magic that I’ve missed.
    5. A Quiet Place – Works okay, like everyone else I love the actors.
    6. Chappaquiddick
    7. Adrift
    8. A Simple Favor – We really need to see more Blake Lively
    9. The Book Club – The women got the top billing, but I always like seeing Andy Garcia and Craig T Nelson
    10. Super Troopers 2

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