2018 Movies: The Must-Sees

In the 12th — AND FINAL!!! — Post post-Oscars, my true love sent to me: my must-see movies of 2018.

RECAP
2018 Favorites: Introduction
In the 1st Post post-Oscars: 2018 Movies — Intro + Complete List
In the 2nd Post post-Oscars: 2018 Genre Movies
In the 3rd Post post-Oscars: 2018 Movie Beginnings and Endings
In the 4th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Miscellaneous Movies
In the 5th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Movie Music
In the 6th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Acting
In the 7th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Movie Year of the Year
In the 8th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Actors
In the 9th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Non-English Language Movies
–In the 10th Post post-Oscars: 2018 Documentaries
–In the 11th Post post-Oscars: The Stevens


THE MUST-SEES
  1. If Beale Street Could Talk
  2. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
  3. Hereditary
  4. A Bread Factory, Parts One & Two
  5. Unsane
  6. Burning
  7. Vox Lux: A 21st Century Portrait
  8. Hale County This Morning, This Evening
  9. Double Lover
  10. Roma
  11. Madeline’s Madeline
  12. The Other Side of the Wind
  13. Eighth Grade
  14. Sorry to Bother You
  15. An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn
  16. First Reformed
  17. At Eternity’s Gate
  18. The Death of Stalin
  19. The Old Man & the Gun
  20. Tully
  21. Private Life
  22. First Man
  23. Support the Girls
  24. Border
  25. Leave No Trace
  26. Minding the Gap
  27. You Were Never Really Here
  28. The King
  29. Teen Titans Go! to the Movies
  30. The Favourite
  31. Let the Sunshine In
  32. Oh Lucy!
  33. Infinite Football
  34. Under the Tree
  35. We the Children
  36. The Day After
  37. Claire’s Camera
  38. The Cakemaker
  39. Suspiria
  40. Let the Corpses Tan
  41. Watergate — Or, How We Learned to Stop an Out-of-Control President
  42. The Green Fog
  43. Tyrel
  44. The House That Jack Built
    • Lars’ latest has the highest chance of rising the ranks upon further revisits.
  45. Vice
  46. Christopher Robin
  47. Isle of Dogs
  48. Filmworker
  49. BlacKkKlansman
  50. The Wife
  51. Welcome to Marwen
    • My delightmare of the year is always secured a spot on this list — pulling up the rear, of course; it takes special skill to confound me so intriguingly.

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