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Worst Movies of 2018 QuickViews


While there were lots of great movies that came out in 2018, there also were ones that really sucked. Here is my top 10 list of the worst movies of the year   #10: The Miracle Season   Even though it had a beautiful true story starring Helen Hunt as a volleyball coach in it, what should’ve been included more was subplots involving the players and their own lives   #9: A Wrinkle in Time   While the cast and visuals were incredible, fans’ reactions were mixed thanks to ...

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Best Movies of 2018 QuickViews


Like every year there are many great movies that are released and beloved by critics and audiences. 2018 is no exception. Here are my top 10 favorite movies I enjoyed this year   #10: Three Identical Strangers   Even though it’s a powerful movie that is amazing, sad and disgusting, Three Identical Strangers told the honest story of how these triplets found each other and why they were separated until they were in their 20s   #9: Ready Player One   Steven Spielberg’s next ...

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Robin Hood QuickViews


If you enjoyed all the previous versions of Robin Hood from the past then get ready for the coolest new version ever.   Breaking tradition from the common origin story, Robin Hood (Taron Egerton) fights for his country of England in Arabia. 4 years later he comes home to find that his love Marion (Eve Hewson) has moved on and is with someone else. Hearing what the Sheriff of Nottingham is planning to do next (Ben Mendelsohn), Robin decides to do what he does best: steal from the Sheriff’s...

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Widows QuickViews


From Steve McQueen, the Oscar-nominated director of the Oscar winner for Best Picture 12 Years a Slave, comes his next magnum opus.   When 4 men are killed during a robbery, their wives (Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki) decide to avenge them by carrying out another crime they were supposed to do next.   With many twists and turns you won’t expect even though it’s artistic and a little bit flawed, Widows still has a powerful story adapted by McQueen and Gillian Fl...

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Green Book QuickViews


For those who are looking for a great dramatic movie check out Green Book.   Nominated for 5 Golden Globes and based on a true story, the film takes place in 1962 where Frank Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) gets asked by musician Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) to drive him around in the Deep South for concerts he’ll be playing in. Along the way the 2 men make each other better in ways you won’t imagine.   With a powerful story written by Peter Farrelly, Brian Hayes Currie and Nick V...

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