18 − four =

ten + three =

Best Films of 2018

5.0

Vice

Vice is the not so well known tale of how former US Vice President Dick Cheney rose to power over several decades through the US government and how he may have become the most dominant right-hand man in all of modern day politics.
Image Of Michael K. Williams from The Public (2018)
4.0

The Public

A public library turned homeless shelter is at odds with library officials and police during an extreme bout of weather.
Image from Netflix film' Hold the Dark'
4.0

Hold the Dark

A writer ventures into the Alaskan wilderness after being hired by the mother of a child who is suspected to have been taken by wolves.
Image from 'The Guilty' 2018
5.0

The Guilty

Serving as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 91st Academy Awards, The Guilty is a thrilling drama that takes place entirely inside an emergency call center.
Image from Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
5.0

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

From the Marvel universe comes this animated adventure following Miles Morales and a whole slew of spider-people that nobody ever knew they actually needed until now.
5.0

Shirkers

Shirkers tells the true story of how Tan and a group of friends attempted to make the first Singapore road movie as teenagers in the summer of 1992.
Image from Hirokazu Koreeda's film ''Shoplifters' (2018)
4.0

Shoplifters

A heart-warming tale of an unconventional Japanese family living in poverty.
Image from Hidden Man 2018
4.0

Hidden Man

Acting as the Chinese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 91st Academy Awards, this is the third installment of his action-packed film trilogy and based on the novel Xia Yin by author Zhang Beihai.
Image of Tom Cruise from Mission Impossible Fallout 2018
5.0

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

The sixth installment in the series of spy thrillers that never disappoint (forget about MI: 2, please and thank you). Tom Cruise team up with director Christopher McQuarrie again after the success of MI: Rogue Nation.
Image from the 2018 film 'Searching'
5.0

Searching

The internet, while a vast and important instrument of endless possibility, can also be very scary. Searching manages to tread familiar waters with a sharp sense of urgency, depth, and innovation.
Still from the film Wont You Be My Neighbor (2018) Film Review
5.0

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Millions of children, including myself grew up watching “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood” and watched him put on a sweater and change shoes as he entered his house. But who was the real Fred Rogers? That's the question asked by director Morgan Neville.
Movie Still from the A24's movie Eighth Grade (2018)
5.0

Eighth Grade

Middle school is a time filled with awkward growing pains and moments of self-discovery, though many may try to repress those memories. Comedian-turned-director Bo Burnham encapsulates the essence of early adolescence in his debut feature film.
Lily James in the drama/romance movie, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)
4.0

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a historical drama and romance based on the novel of the same name, which follows the separate stories of two women who have never met, but who are connected through an eccentric book club.
Image of the cast from Marvel film, "Avengers Infinity War"
4.5

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War is what every comic nerd and science-fiction cinephile has been patiently waiting for over the last decade of build up.
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams, in Disobedience (2018).
4.0

Disobedience

Disobedience tells the tale of Ronit Krushka (Rachel Weisz) who returns to her childhood home upon hearing about the death of her estranged father.