The Top Films Of 2018

I didn’t quite get to see everything I wanted this year. Between Moviepass and the AMC A-List, I did make it to the theater more often than I have in the past. I also got a little help from covering the Chicago International Film Festival. Below is a ranking of every 2018 movie I saw, from worst to best.

Here is the short list of movies I wasn’t able to catch before my arbitrary cutoff of January 31-Widows, Free Solo, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Three Identical Strangers, Minding The Gap, Burning, Shoplifters, Boy Erased, and Vox Lux.

67. Ocean’s 8

66. Dog Days

65. Tag

64. Avengers: Infinity War

63. Suspiria

62. Halloween

61. The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs

60. Slice

59. Tully

58. The Predator

57. Olympia

56. Crazy Rich Asians

55. Hotel Artemis

54. Juliet, Naked

53. You Were Never Really Here

52. Destination Wedding

51. Deadpool 2

50. Beautiful Boy

49. Blockers

48. A Star Is Born

47. Bohemian Rhapsody

46. Fahrenheit 11/9

45. First Man

44. Too Late To Die Young (Tarde Para Morir Joven)

43. Ready Player One

42. Hereditary

41. Ralph Breaks The Internet

40. Vice

39. Support The Girls

38. Love, Simon

37. Game Night

36. Mom & Dad

35. Solo: A Star Wars Story

34. First Reformed

33. The Sisters Brothers

32. The Great Buster

31. Leave No Trace

30. The Old Man & The Gun

29. Teen Titans Go To The Movies!

28. Mid-90’s

27. Madeline’s Madeline

26. Isle Of Dogs

25. The Hate U Give

24. The Rider

23. The Death Of Stalin

22. Mr. Soul!

21. Hearts Beat Loud

20. Bad Times At The El Royale

19. RBG

18. Mandy

17. Creed II

16. Green Book

15. A Quiet Place

14. Cold War

13. Mission: Impossible-Fallout

12. Roma

11. Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse

10. Eighth Grade

9. Searching

8. Black Panther

7. Annihilation

6. If Beale Street Could Talk

5. Incredibles 2

4. The Favourite

3. Sorry To Bother You

2. BlacKkKlansman

1. Blindspotting