The Best Films of 2018

Brad names his favorite and best films of the year! See more early videos at and follow us on twitter @thecinemasnob


EclecticEnnui says:

0:53 On the next “Brad Tries” episode, Brad tries watching “Trainspotting” while doing the “Bird Box” blindfold challenge. #joking

Skottie Ryan says:

This is a pretty good list, Brad! I’m so happy that Paddington 2 was also your favorite movie of the year… More people need to see it!

So Jin Choi says:

10) Burning
9) Three Identical Strangers
8) If Beale Street Could Talk
7) The Death of Stalin
6) Roma
5) Shoplifters
4) The Guilty
3) Mission: Impossible – Fallout
2) Isle of Dogs
1) First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed First Reformed

Иов Борецкий says:

Thank you for recommendations

Justin Duck says:

Please give us a longer, more detailed review of The House That Jack Built, I didn’t know you even saw that. (It only comes to Finland next month)

canto1408 says:

My top 15 favorite film of 2018-
15. Avengers: Infinity War
14. Overlord
13. Upgrade
12. Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse
11. A Quiet Place
10. Black Panther
9. The House That Jack Built
8. Suspiria
7. Annihilation
6. BlacKkKlansman
5. Mandy
4. Hereditary
3. Boy Erased
2. Sorry to Bother You
1. If Beale Street Could Talk

Uncle Lou says:

Not heard of a few of these, but I’m with you 100% regarding Heredity. A looming sense of dread, very reminiscent of Rosemary’s Baby & the Exorcist.

lbhish says:

Thank you for the tip about “The Night Comes for Us” that was a cool flick.

Akis says:

What about Mission:Impossible Fallout, Bradley?

Juan Don Nadie says:

You and me have the same #1 movie. Nice.

KiramidHead says:

Suspiria 2018 ended up as my favorite movie of the year.

firefly4f4 says:

I didn’t see Paddington until after I saw the second, and honestly they’re two of the sweetest, most heartfelt, least cynical movies I’ve ever seen and I loved both.

Plus, as a bonus, I saw 2 a day after seeing The Shape of Water… two films in a row with Sally Hawkins swimming!

Banjo Peppers says:

The length of this video doesn’t bode well.

Miss Alexandria Michaels says:

Honestly, “Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse” and “Upgrade” are my favorite movies of 2018…I saw tons of films, but those two are perfect.

Klapp Stuhl says:

Brad confirmed for middle age housewife :’D

Ali Saurus says:

No Bohemian Rhapsody?!?!?! You’re nuts. That was one of the best movies ever made, easily

Sarah Harris says:

Well im glad Widows came came and went before #cancelliamneeson became a thing. Besides that, really solid list.

Tory Williams says:

NO AVENGERS?!? You’ve seriously lost some credibility.

Stoned Gremlin Productions says:

Please share some of your picks for your best or most favorite films if the year!

Royal Tenenbaum says:

First Reformed far and away my favorite of the year.

chris diaz says:

Where midnight screening for LEGO movie 2 upside?-

Robbie Cruz says:

Wont you be my Neighbor is by far my favorite movie. Something that was 100% needed in this day and age

DocDoomClassic 52 says:

I loved “You Were Never Really Here”!

Greygor the Goateed Geek says:

YouTube Tip #5, check your beard for food before filming.

River Alexander says:


AdamTheFeverish says:

In no particular order:

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Musicalman24601 says:

Bad times at the el royale was probably my favorite movie I saw this year

Skyantha Bladedancer says:

Hmm I’m gonna have to check out quite a few of these for sure. Makes me sad I don’t watch movies all that much… (don’t have anyone to watch with) Thanks for the list though~

Hector Gonzalez says:

You created such a nice list here!

Disney65Fan says:

A Star Is Born
The Greatest Showman
Bohemian Rhapsody
Ralph Breaks The Internet
The Incredibles 2
Mary Poppins Returns
Mamma Mia here we go again
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom

I seen 2 2017 films in 2018 too

Jameson Weatherford says:

Upgrade? You’re adorable.

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