Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2018: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to dive into the cinematic gems of 2018 that had audiences worldwide on the edge of their seats. From heart-stopping thrillers to tear-jerking dramas, and from laugh-out-loud comedies to mind-bending sci-fi, 2018 was a year that truly had something for everyone. But which films managed to capture hearts and minds to become the fan-favorites of the year? Which ones left audiences clamoring for more, and had critics nodding in approval? We’ve crunched the numbers, scoured the reviews, and listened to the buzz to bring you the definitive list of the Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2018. So, without further ado, let’s dim the lights, silence our cell phones, and see what made the cut!
Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War

“Avengers: Infinity War” is a thrilling superhero movie released in 2018. It follows the epic battle of the Avengers and their allies against the powerful and villainous Thanos, who seeks to collect all six Infinity Stones and reshape reality. With an all-star cast including Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, and Scarlett Johansson, this action-packed film is a culmination of everything the Avengers have fought for, making it a must-watch for any fan of the Marvel universe.

Green Book

Green Book

Release Date: 2018-11-16

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“Green Book” is a heartwarming and thought-provoking movie set in 1962. It follows the journey of Tony Lip, a bouncer, who is hired to drive pianist Don Shirley on a tour through the racially segregated Deep South. The film sheds light on the challenges faced by African Americans during that time and explores the bond that forms between the two main characters. Starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, “Green Book” was one of the best-voted movies of 2018.

Cast: Viggo Mortensen (Tony Lip) , Mahershala Ali (Dr. Don Shirley) , Linda Cardellini (Dolores) , Sebastian Maniscalco (Johnny Venere) , Dimiter D. Marinov (Oleg) , Mike Hatton (George) , P.J. Byrne (Record Exec) , Joe Cortese (Gio Loscudo) , Maggie Nixon (Copa Coat Check Girl) , Von Lewis (Bobby Rydell) , Jon Sortland (Rydell Band Leader) , Don Stark (Jules Podell) , Anthony Mangano (Copa Bouncer Danny) , Paul Sloan (Copa Maitre D’ Carmine) , Quinn Duffy (Mikey Cerrone) , Seth Hurwitz (Johnny Randazzo) , Hudson Galloway (Nick Vallelonga) , Gavin Foley (Frankie Vallelonga) , Rodolfo Vallelonga (Grandpa Nicola Vallelonga) , Louis Venere (Grandpa Anthony Venere) , Frank Vallelonga (Rudy Vallelonga) , Don DiPetta (Louie Venere) , Jenna Laurenzo (Fran Venere) , Suehyla El-Attar (Lynn Venere) , Kenneth Israel (Bronx Floor Repairman #1)

Directors: Peter Farrelly

Writers: Peter Farrelly, Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie

Tags: southern usa, friendship, road trip, racism, pianist, driver, lgbt, road movie, music tour, 1960s, roadtrip



Release Date: 2018-09-20

Genres: Drama

“Capernaum” is a powerful and heart-wrenching movie that tells the story of Zain, a 12-year-old boy struggling to survive on the streets of Beirut. Faced with the harsh realities of being a refugee without proper documentation, Zain takes a bold step and sues his own parents for bringing him into an unjust world. With a talented cast and a thought-provoking storyline, this film sheds light on the struggles faced by marginalized individuals and the fight for justice.

Cast: Zain Al Rafeea (Zain) , Yordanos Shifera (Rahil) , Boluwatife Treasure Bankole (Yonas) , Kawsar Al Haddad (Souad) , Fadi Kamel Yousef (Selim) , Cedra Izzam (Sahar) , Alaa Chouchnieh (Aspro) , Elias Khoury (The Judge) , Nadine Labaki (Nadine) , Nour el Husseini (Assaad) , Joseph Jimbazian (Cockroach Man / Harout) , Samira Chalhoub (Daad) , Farah Hasno (Maysoun)

Directors: Nadine Labaki

Writers: Nadine Labaki, Jihad Hojeily, Georges Khabbaz, Michelle Keserwany, Khaled Mouzanar

Tags: slum, child abuse, refugee, neglect, lawsuit, child bride, undocumented immigrant, poverty, life in the slums, slum dwellers

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give

Release Date: 2018-10-19

Genres: Crime, Drama

“The Hate U Give” is a powerful and thought-provoking movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2018. It tells the story of Starr, a 16-year-old girl who witnesses her unarmed best friend being shot by a police officer. As she navigates between her impoverished neighborhood and her suburban prep school, Starr struggles to find her voice and speak her truth. With a talented cast including Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, and Anthony Mackie, this movie sheds light on important social issues and leaves a lasting impact. Released on October 19, 2018, it is definitely a must-watch.

Cast: Amandla Stenberg (Starr Carter) , Regina Hall (Lisa Carter) , Russell Hornsby (Maverick Carter) , K.J. Apa (Chris Bryant) , Common (Uncle Carlos) , Anthony Mackie (King) , Algee Smith (Khalil Harris) , Lamar Johnson (Seven Carter) , Issa Rae (April Ofrah) , Sabrina Carpenter (Hailey Grant) , TJ Wright (Sekani Carter) , Dominique Fishback (Kenya) , Megan Lawless (Maya Yang) , Tony Vaughn (Mr. Lewis) , Karan Kendrick (Iesha Robinson) , Susan Santiago (Detective Gomez) , Rayven Symone Ferrell (Denaisa Allen) , Marcia Wright (Tammy) , Drew Starkey (Brian MacIntosh) , Dustin Lewis (DA Monroe) , Rhonda Johnson Dents (Ms. Rosalie) , Brian Lafontaine (Wilkes) , Al Mitchell (Mr. Reuben) , Iyana Halley (Bianca) , Tanya Christiansen (Diane Carey)

Directors: George Tillman, Jr.

Writers: Audrey Wells, Angie Thomas

Tags: based on novel or book, riot, trauma, protest, high school, teenage girl, racism, police officer, preparatory school, racial profiling, based on young adult novel

On My Skin

On My Skin

Release Date: 2018-09-12

Genres: Drama

“On My Skin” is a gripping and thought-provoking movie based on a true story that shook Italy. It follows the tragic events surrounding Stefano Cucchi, who was arrested for a minor offense and mysteriously died while in custody. With a talented cast including Alessandro Borghi and Jasmine Trinca, this film delves into the controversial court case that forever changed a family’s life. Released on September 12, 2018, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Alessandro Borghi (Stefano Cucchi) , Max Tortora (Giovanni Cucchi) , Jasmine Trinca (Ilaria Cucchi) , Milvia Marigliano (Rita Calore) , Elisa Casavecchia (Giulia) , Aurora Casavecchia (Giulia) , Mauro Conte (Carabiniere Arresto #1) , Walter Nestola (Carabiniere Arresto #2) , Davide Petrucci (Carabiniere Arresto #3) , Paolo D Bovani (Carabiniere Arresto #4) , Andrea Ottavi (Carabiniere Arresto #5) , Tiziano Floreani (Luca) , Andrea Lattanzi (Emanuele) , Orlando Cinque (Maresciallo – Stazione Carabinieri Appia) , Stefano Miglio (Carabiniere – Stazione Carabinieri Tor Sapienza) , Alessio De Persio (Infermiere Ambulanza – Stazione Carabinieri Tor Sapienza) , Massimiliano Frateschi (Carabiniere – Stazione Carabinieri Tor Sapienza) , Roberta Sferzi (Giudice – Tribunale) , Gaetano Aronica (P.M. – Tribunale) , Marco Giuliani (Avvocato Cucchi – Tribunale) , Aleksandros Memetaj (Detenuto – Tribunale) , Alessandro Forcinelli (Detenuto – Regina Coeli) , Marco Belocchi (Medico Tribunale – Tribunale) , Maurizio Pepe (Ispettore Penitenziaria – Tribunale) , Federico Tocci (Assistente Capo – Regina Coeli)

Directors: Alessio Cremonini

Writers: Alessio Cremonini, Lisa Nur Sultan

Tags: biography

Love, Simon

Love, Simon

Release Date: 2018-02-16

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance

“Love, Simon” is a heartwarming coming-of-age film released in 2018. It follows the story of Simon Spier, a seventeen-year-old who is yet to reveal his homosexuality to his loved ones. As he navigates his way through high school, Simon finds himself falling for an anonymous classmate he met online, leading to a beautiful and complicated journey of self-discovery and acceptance. Starring Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, and Josh Duhamel, this movie is a must-watch for its relatable and touching portrayal of love and identity.

Cast: Nick Robinson (Simon Spier) , Jennifer Garner (Emily Spier) , Josh Duhamel (Jack Spier) , Katherine Langford (Leah Burke) , Alexandra Shipp (Abby Suso) , Logan Miller (Martin Addison) , Keiynan Lonsdale (Abraham “Bram” Greenfeld) , Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Nick Eisner) , Talitha Bateman (Nora Spier) , Tony Hale (Mr. Worth) , Natasha Rothwell (Ms. Albright) , Miles Heizer (Cal Price) , Joey Pollari (Lyle) , Clark Moore (Ethan) , Drew Starkey (Garrett Laughlin) , Mackenzie Lintz (Taylor) , Cassady McClincy (Jackie) , Alex Sgambati (Claire) , Jamila Thompson (Additional Posse Girl) , Emily Jordan (Creekwood Girl) , Patrick Donohue (Math Teacher) , Terayle Hill (Spencer) , Tyler Chase (Aaron) , Haroon Khan (Suraj) , Joshua Mikel (Ride Operator)

Directors: Greg Berlanti

Writers: Isaac Aptaker, Elizabeth Berger, Becky Albertalli

Tags: sexual identity, sexuality, based on novel or book, coming out, class, high school, love, male homosexuality, bully, coming of age, teen movie, lgbt, lgbt teen, based on young adult novel, gay theme

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

Release Date: 2018-10-24

Genres: Music, Drama, History

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a captivating biographical film that tells the story of the legendary rock band Queen. Set in the 1970s, it follows the rise of Freddie Mercury, played by Rami Malek, and his bandmates as they take the music world by storm with their iconic songs. As their success soars, the film explores the challenges they face in keeping the band together amidst Mercury’s wild lifestyle. With a stellar cast and a release date of October 24, 2018, this movie is a must-watch for music lovers and fans of Queen.

Cast: Rami Malek (Freddie Mercury) , Gwilym Lee (Brian May) , Ben Hardy (Roger Taylor) , Joseph Mazzello (John Deacon) , Lucy Boynton (Mary Austin) , Aidan Gillen (John Reid) , Allen Leech (Paul Prenter) , Tom Hollander (Jim Beach) , Mike Myers (Ray Foster) , Aaron McCusker (Jim Hutton) , Meneka Das (Jer Bulsara) , Ace Bhatti (Bomi Bulsara) , Priya Blackburn (Kashmira Bulsara) , Max Bennett (David) , Dermot Murphy (Bob Geldof) , Dickie Beau (Kenny Everett) , Jack Roth (Tim Staffell) , Neil Fox-Roberts (Mr. Austin) , Jess Radomska (Cheryl) , Michelle Duncan (Shelley Stern) , Ross Green (Reporter 1) , Bruce Mackinnon (Reporter 2) , Joshua Higgott (Reporter 3) , Pat Lally (Reporter 4) , William Owen (Reporter 5)

Directors: Bryan Singer

Writers: Peter Morgan, Anthony McCarten

Tags: london, england, aids, 1970s, queen, musician, biography, based on true story, hiv, male homosexuality, singer, fame, rock band, lgbt, 1980s, gay theme, music movie



Release Date: 2018-06-02

Genres: Drama, Crime, Thriller

“Shoplifters” is a heartwarming and thought-provoking movie released in 2018. It tells the story of a poor family who survives through petty crime, but their lives take an unexpected turn when they come across a little girl in need. As they face unforeseen incidents and hidden secrets, their bonds are tested, making for a captivating and emotional journey. Starring Lily Franky, Sakura Ando, Mayu Matsuoka, and other talented actors, this film has been voted as one of the best of 2018.

Cast: Lily Franky (Osamu Shibata) , Sakura Ando (Nobuyo Shibata) , Mayu Matsuoka (Aki Shibata) , Kairi Jo (Shota Shibata) , Miyu Sasaki (Yuri) , Kirin Kiki (Hatsue Shibata) , Sosuke Ikematsu (4 ban-san) , Naoto Ogata (Yuzuru Shibata) , Yôko Moriguchi (Yoko Shibata) , Yuki Yamada (Yasu Hojo) , Moemi Katayama (Nozomi Hojo) , Kengo Kora (Takumi Maezono) , Chizuru Ikewaki (Kie Miyabe) , Akira Emoto (Yoritsugu Kawado) , Aju Makita (Sayaka Shibata) , Hajime Inoue (Yoneyama) , Haruna Hori (Harumi) , Nana Mizoguchi (Ayu)

Directors: Hirokazu Kore-eda

Writers: Hirokazu Kore-eda

Tags: japan, family relationships, family drama, tokyo, japan, poverty, orphan, shoplifting, social realism, shoplifter, petty crimes, asian origins

Midnight Sun

Midnight Sun

Release Date: 2018-03-22

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Midnight Sun” is a heartwarming movie about Katie, a 17-year-old girl who has been sheltered her whole life due to a rare disease that makes sunlight deadly for her. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she meets Charlie and they fall in love during a magical summer. Starring Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger, this romantic film will surely tug at your heartstrings.

Cast: Bella Thorne (Katie Price) , Patrick Schwarzenegger (Charlie Reed) , Rob Riggle (Jack Price) , Quinn Shephard (Morgan) , Ken Tremblett (Mark Reed) , Suleka Mathew (Dr. Paula Fleming) , Jenn Griffin (Barb Reed) , Nicholas Coombe (Garver) , Tiera Skovbye (Zoe Carmichael) , Norm Misura (Fred / Night Clerk) , Austin Anozie (Owen) , Alex Pangburn (Wes) , Guy Christie (Swim Coach) , Paul McGillion (Blake Jones) , Donny Lucas (Engineer) , Jerome Yoo (Geeky Friend #1) , Kenneth Tynan (Geeky Friend #2) , Ava Dewhurst (7-Year-Old Katie) , Audrey Smallman (7-Year-Old Morgan) , Jaeda Lily Miller (7-Year-Old Zoe Carmichael) , Ray Boulay (Swim Scout) , Nick Watson (Guitarist) , Michelle Choi-Lee (Nurse) , Jacqueline King (Jessica Rollins) , Allyson Grant (Theresa Price)

Directors: Scott Speer

Writers: Kenji Bando, Eric Kirsten

Tags: seattle, washington, sunlight, terminal illness, singer, best friend, homeschooling, dead mother, swimming, teenage daughter, railway station, boyfriend girlfriend relationship, athletic scholarship, protective father, teenage romance, busker, rare disease, medical problem



Release Date: 2018-08-25

Genres: Drama

“Roma” is a heartwarming movie set in 1970s Mexico City. It follows the story of a mother of four who receives support from two dedicated domestic workers while her husband is away. With a talented cast and a release date in August 2018, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Yalitza Aparicio (Cleodegaria “Cleo” Gutiérrez) , Marina de Tavira (Sofía) , Diego Cortina Autrey (Toño) , Carlos Peralta (Paco) , Marco Graf (Pepe) , Daniela Demesa (Sofi) , Nancy García García (Adela) , Verónica García (Teresa) , Fernando Grediaga (Antonio) , Jorge Antonio Guerrero (Fermín) , José Manuel Guerrero Mendoza (Ramón) , Andy Cortés (Ignacio) , Victor Manuel Resendiz Ruiz (Profesor Zovek) , Zarela Lizbeth Chinolla Arellano (Dra. Velez) , José Luis López Gómez (Pediatra) , Edwin Mendoza Ramírez (Médico Residente) , Clementina Guadarrama (Benita) , Enoc Leaño (Político) , Nicolás Peréz Taylor Félix (Beto Pardo) , Kjartan Halvorsen (Ove Larsen)

Directors: Alfonso Cuarón

Writers: Alfonso Cuarón

Tags: 1970s, mexico city, mexico, middle class, family relationships, black and white, maid, autobiographical, master servant relationship, domestic worker

To All the Boys I've Loved Before

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Release Date: 2018-08-16

Genres: Comedy, Romance

“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” is a heartwarming romantic comedy that follows Lara Jean as her love life takes an unexpected turn. After her secret letters confessing her feelings to all her past crushes are mysteriously sent out, chaos ensues. With a talented cast including Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, this movie is a must-watch for anyone looking for a delightful and relatable story.

Cast: Lana Condor (Lara Jean Song Covey) , Noah Centineo (Peter Kavinsky) , Janel Parrish (Margot Song Covey) , Anna Cathcart (Katherine “Kitty” Song Covey) , Andrew Bachelor (Greg Rivera) , Trezzo Mahoro (Lucas James) , Emilija Baranac (Genevieve) , Madeleine Arthur (Christine) , Israel Broussard (Josh Sanderson) , John Corbett (Daniel Covey) , Kelcey Mawema (Emily Nussbaum) , Julia Benson (Mrs. Kavinsky) , Joey Pacheco (Owen Kavinsky) , Edward Kewin (Kenny) , Jordan Burtchett (John Ambrose McClaren) , June B. Wilde (Joan) , Isabelle Beech (Young Lara Jean) , Hunter Dillon (Young Peter) , Christian Michael Cooper (Young Josh) , Rhys Fleming (Young Genevieve) , Pavel Piddocke (Young John Ambrose) , Jeb Beach (Coach) , Cameron Crosby (Guy) , Yael Yurman (Tiny Freshman)

Directors: Susan Johnson

Writers: Jenny Han, Sofia Alvarez

Tags: based on novel or book, love letter, high school, romance, first love, lost mother, woman director, sisterhood, pretend relationship, based on young adult novel, asian american

Ready Player One

Ready Player One

“Ready Player One” is a thrilling movie released in 2018. It follows the story of a virtual contest created after the death of the creator of a popular video game system, where players compete for his fortune. With a talented cast including Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, and Ben Mendelsohn, this movie is a must-watch for gamers and adventure enthusiasts alike.

Cast: Tye Sheridan (Wade Watts / Parzival) , Olivia Cooke (Samantha Cook / Artemis) , Ben Mendelsohn (Nolan Sorrento) , Lena Waithe (Helen Harris / Aech) , T.J. Miller (i-R0k (voice)) , Simon Pegg (Ogden Morrow) , Mark Rylance (James Halliday / Anorak) , Philip Zhao (Zhou / Sho) , Win Morisaki (Toshiro / Daito) , Hannah John-Kamen (F’Nale Zandor) , Ralph Ineson (Rick) , Susan Lynch (Alice) , Clare Higgins (Mrs. Gilmore) , Perdita Weeks (Kira) , Letitia Wright (Rebel) , Mckenna Grace (Elementary Kid) , Lulu Wilson (Elementary Kid) , Cara Pifko (Leslee) , Vic Chao (Goro) , Cara Theobold (Tracer) , Isaac Andrews (Young Halliday) , Joel MacCormack (Sixer #6655) , Kit Connor (Reb Kid) , Leo Heller (Reb Kid) , Antonio Mattera (Reb Kid)

Directors: Steven Spielberg

Writers: Zak Penn, Ernest Cline

Tags: video game, based on novel or book, future, virtual reality, dystopia, nostalgia, love, film in film, evil corporation, quest, 1980s, 2040s, based on young adult novel, columbus, ohio



Release Date: 2018-08-24

Genres: Thriller, Mystery, Drama

“Searching” is a gripping thriller released on August 24, 2018. The movie follows David Kim, played by John Cho, as he desperately searches for his missing daughter. When the local investigation fails to yield any leads, David takes matters into his own hands and delves into his daughter’s laptop, uncovering a world of secrets. With a talented cast including Michelle La, Debra Messing, and Joseph Lee, this film keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

Cast: John Cho (David Kim) , Michelle La (Margot Kim) , Debra Messing (Detective Vick) , Joseph Lee (Peter) , Sara Sohn (Pamela Nam Kim) , Briana McLean (Abigail) , Erica Jenkins (Hannah Pardy) , Connor McRaith (Isaac) , Dominic Hoffman (Michael Porter) , Ric Sarabia (Randy Cartoff) , Steven Michael Eich (Robert) , Melissa Disney (Isaac’s Mom (voice)) , Sean O’Bryan (Radio Jockey) , Ben Cain (SVPD Homicide Agent) , Alex Jayne Go (Young Margot (5 yrs)) , Megan Liu (Young Margot (7 yrs)) , Kya Dawn Lau (Young Margot (9 yrs)) , Colin Woodell (911 Operator (voice)) , Ashley Edner (Margot’s Friend #1 (voice)) , Courtney Lauren Cummings (Margot’s Friend #2 (voice)) , Kenneth Mosley (Margot’s Friend #7 (voice)) , Miss Benny (Margot’s Friend #11 (voice)) , Franchesca Maia (Sadie (YouCast)) , Thomas Barbusca (Cody (YouCast)) , Sylvia Minassian (Mrs. Shahinian (voice))

Directors: Aneesh Chaganty

Writers: Sev Ohanian, Aneesh Chaganty

Tags: california, stalker, disappearance, internet, east asian lead, police detective, missing person, missing child, computer screen, found footage, social media, missing daughter, facebook, live stream, father daughter relationship, asian american

Forever My Girl

Forever My Girl

Release Date: 2018-01-26

Genres: Romance, Drama, Music

“Forever My Girl” is a heartwarming movie released on January 26, 2018, that tells the story of a country star who returns home after being away for ten years. Starring Alex Roe, Jessica Rothe, and John Benjamin Hickey, the film explores the journey of love and second chances as the protagonist reconnects with the love he left behind. It’s definitely a must-watch for fans of romantic dramas!

Cast: Alex Roe (Liam Page) , Jessica Rothe (Josie) , John Benjamin Hickey (Pastor Brian) , Abby Ryder Fortson (Billy) , Peter Cambor (Sam) , Gillian Vigman (Doris) , Morgan Alexandria (Kiera) , Lauren Gros (Laura) , James Rackley (Johnny) , Arielle Bowden (Sara) , Jason Davis (Mr. Guillory) , Adam Drescher (Freddy) , Bella Lotz (Clementine) , Cody Alan (Cody Alan) , Terayle Hill (Mason) , Travis Tritt (Walt) , Lillian Ellen Jones (Molly) , Caitlin Harris (Loretta) , Emmie Hunter (Lucy) , Locklyn Black (Rosie) , Lindsey Moser (Shelly (uncredited)) , Tyler Riggs (Jake) , Judith Hoag (Dr. Whitman) , Divina Cook (Mrs. Boudreaux) , Whitney Goin (Vivian)

Directors: Bethany Ashton Wolf

Writers: Bethany Ashton Wolf, Heidi McLaughlin

Tags: second chance, hometown, father daughter relationship



Release Date: 2018-05-17

Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller

“Dogman” is a gripping drama that tells the story of Marcello, a kind-hearted dog groomer who gets caught up in a dangerous relationship with Simone, a former boxer known for his violent ways. Set in a neighborhood plagued by fear, Marcello seeks to reclaim his dignity through an unexpected act of revenge. With a talented cast including Marcello Fonte and Edoardo Pesce, this intense film was released on May 17, 2018, and is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of powerful storytelling.

Cast: Marcello Fonte (Marcello) , Edoardo Pesce (Simoncino) , Nunzia Schiano (Simoncino’s Mother) , Adamo Dionisi (Franco) , Francesco Acquaroli (Francesco, Video Lottery Owner) , Alida Baldari Calabria (Alida) , Gianluca Gobbi (Restaurant Owner) , Laura Pizzirani (Alida’s Mother) , Giancarlo Porcacchia (Gasparone) , Aniello Arena (Police Inspector) , Mirko Frezza (Pusher) , Marco Perfetti (Pusher 2) , Vittorio Russo (Trader) , Gennaro Iannone (Trader) , Emanuele Barbalonga (Master Cane) , Daniele Saliceti (Fair Presenter) , Nelly Oliva (Fair Presenter) , Miriam Platano (Angelo Night Club)

Directors: Matteo Garrone

Writers: Matteo Garrone, Ugo Chiti, Massimo Gaudioso

Tags: italy, robber, cocaine, revenge, dog cage, father daughter relationship

Beautiful Boy

Beautiful Boy

Release Date: 2018-10-12

Genres: Drama

“Beautiful Boy” is a gripping drama that tells the heart-wrenching story of journalist David Sheff as he tries to support his teenage son who spirals into a devastating addiction to methamphetamine. With an incredible cast including Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, this movie delves into the struggles of a family torn apart by drugs. Released on October 12, 2018, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of the year.

Cast: Steve Carell (David Sheff) , Timothée Chalamet (Nicholas “Nic” Sheff) , Maura Tierney (Karen Barbour) , Amy Ryan (Vicki Sheff) , Christian Convery (Jasper Sheff) , Oakley Bull (Daisy Sheff) , Kaitlyn Dever (Lauren) , Stefanie Scott (Julia) , Julian Works (Gack) , Jack Dylan Grazer (12-Year-Old Nic Sheff) , Zachary Rifkin (8-Year-Old Nic Sheff) , Kue Lawrence (5-Year-Old Nic Sheff) , Timothy Hutton (Dr. Brown) , Amy Forsyth (Diane) , Andre Royo (Spencer) , Ricky Low (Destiny) , LisaGay Hamilton (Rose) , Carlton Wilborn (Vince) , Amy Aquino (Annie Goldblum) , Marypat Farrell (Julia’s Mother) , Brandon James Cienfuegos (Kid) , Cheska Corona (Kid) , Mandeiya Flory (Kid) , Martha T. Newman (Flight Attendant) , Minerva García (Nurse @ Bellevue)

Directors: Felix van Groeningen

Writers: Luke Davies, Felix van Groeningen, Nic Sheff, David Sheff

Tags: san francisco, california, based on novel or book, drug addiction, biography, based on true story, drug rehabilitation, based on memoir or autobiography, father son relationship

Instant Family

Instant Family

Release Date: 2018-11-16

Genres: Comedy

“Instant Family” is a heartwarming comedy-drama released in 2018. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne, the movie follows the journey of Pete and Ellie as they unexpectedly find themselves becoming foster parents to three siblings, including a rebellious teenager. With a mix of humor and emotion, this film explores the challenges and joys of building a family through adoption.

Cast: Mark Wahlberg (Pete Wagner) , Rose Byrne (Ellie Wagner) , Allyn Rachel (Kim) , Isabela Merced (Elizabeth “Lizzy” Viara) , Julie Hagerty (Jan) , Tig Notaro (Sharon) , Octavia Spencer (Karen) , Gustavo Escobar (Juan Viara) , Margo Martindale (Sandy Wagner) , Julianna Gamiz (Lita Viara) , Tom Segura (Russ) , Britt Rentschler (Linda) , Michael O’Keefe (Jerry) , Jody Thompson (Jim) , Iliza Shlesinger (October Ross Jennings) , Gary Weeks (Dirk McCann) , Joy Jacobson (Dana McCann) , Hampton Fluker (Kit) , Randy Havens (Michael) , Andrea Anders (Jessie) , Kenneth Israel (David) , Joan Cusack (Mrs. Howard) , Valente Rodriguez (Judge Rivas) , Carson Holmes (Charlie) , Jaiden Byrd (Young Brian)

Directors: Sean Anders

Writers: Sean Anders, John Morris

Tags: adoption, social worker, court case, based on true story, parenting, foster family, amusement park, lgbt, substance abuse, family dog

The Favourite

The Favourite

Release Date: 2018-11-23

Genres: Drama, Comedy, Thriller

“The Favourite” is a historical drama set in early 18th century England, focusing on the intense rivalry between cousins Sarah Churchill and Abigail Hill to become Queen Anne’s favorite. Starring Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz, this critically acclaimed film delves into the complex relationships and power struggles within the royal court. Released on November 23, 2018, it has been voted as one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Olivia Colman (Queen Anne) , Emma Stone (Abigail Hill) , Rachel Weisz (Sarah Churchill, Lady Marlborough) , Nicholas Hoult (Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford) , Joe Alwyn (Samuel Masham) , Mark Gatiss (John Churchill, Lord Marlborough) , James Smith (Lord Sidney Godolphin) , Jenny Rainsford (Mae) , Emma Delves (Queen’s Maid) , Faye Daveney (Sarah’s Maid) , Paul Swaine (Wanking Man) , Jennifer White (Mrs. Meg) , Lilly-Rose Stevens (Sally) , Denise Mack (Kitchen Servant) , Willem Dalby (Central Tory Booker) , Edward Aczel (Earl of Stratford) , Carolyn Saint-Pé (Madame Tournée) , John Locke (Eviction Courtier) , Everal Walsh (Servant, Upstairs) , Timothy Innes (Footman #1) , Basil Eidenbenz (Footman #2) , James Melville (Footman #3) , Declan Wyer (Footman #4) , Anthony Dougall (Queen’s Doctor) , Ben English (Page #1)

Directors: Yorgos Lanthimos

Writers: Tony McNamara, Deborah Davis

Tags: great britain, queen, rivalry, rabbit, lgbt, 18th century, cousin cousin relationship, duchess, palace intrigue, aristocracy, british monarchy, war of the spanish succession, drop disease, queen anne



Release Date: 2018-08-09

Genres: Comedy, Crime, Drama

“BlacKkKlansman” is a gripping and thought-provoking movie set in late 1970s Colorado Springs. It follows the incredible true story of Ron Stallworth, an African American police officer, and his Jewish colleague Flip Zimmerman, as they embark on a daring undercover mission to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. With a talented cast including John David Washington and Adam Driver, this film sheds light on the racial tensions of the era and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Released on August 9, 2018, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: John David Washington (Ron Stallworth) , Adam Driver (Flip Zimmerman) , Topher Grace (David Duke) , Laura Harrier (Patrice Dumas) , Alec Baldwin (Dr. Kennebrew Beauregard) , Jasper Pääkkönen (Felix Kendrickson) , Corey Hawkins (Kwame Ture) , Paul Walter Hauser (Ivanhoe) , Ryan Eggold (Walter Breachway) , Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Mr. Turrentine) , Robert John Burke (Chief Bridges) , Brian Tarantina (Officer Clay Mulaney) , Arthur J. Nascarella (Officer Wheaton) , Ken Garito (Sergeant Trapp) , Frederick Weller (Master Patrolman Andy Landers) , Michael Buscemi (Jimmy Creek) , Damaris Lewis (Odetta) , Ato Blankson-Wood (Hakeem) , Dared Wright (Officer Cincer) , Faron Salisbury (Officer Sharpe) , Ashlie Atkinson (Connie Kendrickson) , Victor Colicchio (Steve) , Paul Diomede (Jerry) , Elise Hudson (Librarian) , Danny Hoch (Agent Y)

Directors: Spike Lee

Writers: Spike Lee, Kevin Willmott, David Rabinowitz, Charlie Wachtel, Ron Stallworth

Tags: ku klux klan, based on novel or book, 1970s, black panther party, biography, based on true story, undercover cop, racism, based on memoir or autobiography, revisionist history, white supremacy

A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born

Release Date: 2018-10-03

Genres: Music, Drama, Romance

“A Star Is Born” is a captivating movie released in 2018 that tells the story of Jackson Maine, a seasoned musician who falls in love with struggling artist Ally. As Ally’s singing career takes off, their relationship faces challenges due to Jack’s internal struggles. Starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, this film explores the highs and lows of fame, love, and personal demons.

Cast: Bradley Cooper (Jackson Maine) , Lady Gaga (Ally Campana) , Sam Elliott (Bobby Maine) , Andrew Dice Clay (Lorenzo Campana) , Rafi Gavron (Rez Gavron) , Anthony Ramos (Ramon) , Dave Chappelle (George “Noodles” Stone) , Marlon Williams (Self) , Brandi Carlile (Self) , Ron Rifkin (Carl) , Barry Shabaka Henley (Little Feet) , Michael D. Roberts (Matty) , Michael Harney (Wolfie) , Rebecca Field (Gail) , Willam Belli (Emerald) , Greg Grunberg (Phil) , D.J. “Shangela” Pierce (Drag Bar Emcee) , Eddie Griffin (Preacher) , Drena De Niro (Paulette Stone) , Jacob Schick (Bryan (Catering Manager)) , Gabe Fazio (Tommy) , Luenell (Cashier) , Lukas Nelson (Guitarist) , Anthony LoGerfo (Drummer) , Corey McCormick (Bassist)

Directors: Bradley Cooper

Writers: Eric Roth, Frank Pierson, William A. Wellman, Robert Carson, Moss Hart, Bradley Cooper, Joan Didion, John Gregory Dunne, Will Fetters

Tags: country music, waitress, self-destruction, talent, pop star, concert, addiction, alcoholism, remake, death of father, aspiring singer, singer, fame, tinnitus, falling in love, insecurity, alcoholic, death of mother, aspiration, death of parent, showbiz, emotional vulnerability, hearing impaired, brother brother relationship

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