Top 10 Best Movies of 20182018 is gearing up to be a massive year at the movies. With new instalments coming from the 'Star Wars', 'Jurassic Park', 'Mission: Impossible', 'Predator', 'Halloween', 'Fantastic Beasts', 'Rocky', and 'Transformers' franchises (on top of a whopping TEN superhero movies) we might have some crazy-high box office returns coming our way. Unfortunately, with 2017's earnings being what they were, we might also see some major box office flops and bombs turning 2018 into another underachieving year for studios. Of course, for those of us who don't care for all the blockbuster mayhem, there will likely be plenty of smaller-budgeted, story-driven films worth watching, I'm sure. This list is (hopefully) filled with titles that satisfy fans of both. Here you'll find a list that has compiled and ranked the biggest cinematic crowd-pleasers of 2018. It's a good year to be a movie lover.
This movie is incredibly overrated.
Yes, it was enjoyable, there was a sizable level of emotion and the payoff was well-deserved, yet I think this film overshadows too much. I felt as if Thanos was destined to win, and there were some plot armor elements here and there during the fights. In addition, I think more effort could have been emphasized on the development of characters in regards to first-time meetings and the fact that Thanos's Children were just mini-bosses with no lasting impact.
Lastly, its nowhere near the best film of 2018. There's several more that I find to be better in many regards and I honestly think there are better superhero films and material too. Although I can confidently say this was better than Age of Ultron (Which honestly sucked in my opinion).
This movie blew me away. I was on the edge of my seat, barely paying attention to my popcorn and drink and candy. It made me tense, and I haven't cried this hard since the last few movies. Five minutes in and I was already an emotional train wreck. It had everything I'd expect and things I hadn't even braced for. The emotion and the action is what really got me in this movie. From the depth of the characters and how drastically they've developed and changed over the MCU to the spoiler alert: THE ENDING. Ever since I've been mourning, and I can't wait for the fourth. I had to say goodbye to my favorites though (sobs)
I adore this movie. Despite the ending being a bit abrupt (like all episode endings of Degrassi: Next Class, seriously the most abrupt episode endings ever), it was insanely action-packed, the visuals were excellent, it was really funny, and the characters were amazing. I've only really seen Marvel movies as early as Captain America: Civil War and the ones I've seen were awesome. Despite even 2017 being a crummy year, Marvel was probably the best thing about 2017. Their movies just keep getting better.
The Grand Theft Auto V of all movies. Epic and amazing, very high gross income, extremely popular throughout all audiences in all genres in all countries, and overall an emotionally, heartfelt and action-packed movie - maybe the best Avengers movie out of the trilogy so far! (And then, there'll be that one day when Endgame finally comes out... That'll be historic)
There's nothing not to love about this movie. The storyline, the plot, the events all leading up to this... It's been made into perfection. Perfect cast, perfect acting, perfect everything... A must-see for the entire family anytime, anywhere.
The original Incredibles movie is probably the movie I've watched the most in my life. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I've seen it beginning-to-end close to 30 times. It's a very nostalgic film from my childhood that I hold with the utmost respect as an adult. To this day, it remains one of my all time favorites. Watching the second installment took me back to when I was a kid and gave me everything I wanted in an Incredibles sequel. The characters are all the same lovable, complex individuals that we've known for the past 14 years and each actor gives an astounding vocal performance. The fluid animation and action sequences are equally breathtaking and exhilarating. The screenplay is sharp, clever, and does not pander to a younger audience whatsoever. The characters talk like they did in the original with well-written dialogue that will most likely fly over kids heads. And while the plot is a tad predictable at times, I'm perfectly fine with it because Brad Bird's execution is ...more
Is the movie good? Yes. I sequel that should have been made much sooner. I loved the action scenes; they were probably the best I had seen in any movie this year maybe other than Black Panther. However, the plot felt like a bit of a rehash from the first film for me. I liked Jack Jack and really enjoyed him and how the family found out about his powers. However the villain was terrible. Denavor's motivation made no sense at all. It isn't one of the Pixar's best for me; but I can see why people love it so much and I did really enjoy it as well.
Wow wow wow. This is one of the best movies in the world. I love this movie because I've watched it and I like the bit where Jack - Jack gets his superpowers against a racoon! I found it ridiculous. However I do think that the greatest showman should be about 6th because they worked very hard and they made it from 2009 to 2018. Both opinions are very good. Thank you pixar for making this absolutely amazing movie.
Like the top-voted comment on the list of the best games of 2017 for Super Mario Odyssey stated: stop complaining that it's not out yet! Once it is out, the comments are going to be littered with people complaining that it's not out, making the section feel dated and inadequate. Once the movie comes out, THEN we'll decide if it should be placed higher or lower.
Calling Incredibles 2 a better movie than Spider-Verse is like calling Chicken Little a better movie than The Great Mouse Detective.
This is coming from a person who is not a fan of Spider Man: you 200% need to go see this movie. Like, get up and go to the movie theater and see the thing. This was one of the greatest animated films I've ever seen in my life. Total eye candy from beginning to end with a fast pace and excellent characters in a world that is completely sprawling with life. This film is CREATIVE, and that is what I am always looking for in any modern animated feature. If you're looking for the same, go see this movie.
Also, what the hell is this doing at #21? This needs to be in top 10 immediately. Sony Animation actually pulled through with the best-looking animation since Kubo and the Two Strings.
I originally had doubts with this movie because I thought they changed the entire character of Spider-Man. OH MY GOD was I wrong. There is the original Spider-Man character, but and older version of him. Also, the movie was amazing. The characters were endearing, the comedy was amazing (bash cartoons again and Peter Porker will haunt you in your nightmares), the action was spectacular, and the animation is probably the best animation I've ever seen apart from the Netflix original Love Death and Robots. If I make animated movies with any of my ideas, I have to hire that studio.
I just watched this earlier. It was great, but not as great as people say it was. I guess it's just not my type of thing, but I can see why people like this film so much. The plot was very creative, the animation was lovely to look at, and the characters were likable and enjoyable. I'm really looking forward to seeing a sequel, if they would ever make one, as the film was something different and new compared to other superhero movies I had seen before.
Here's my take on the Black Panther. No, I am not talking Huey Newton's political movement. It's another Marvel comic based action flick. It was good, but it not that excellent. The plot was kind of emotional and explosive at the same time. Even Chadwick Boseman did great job as the title character. Although most of those gadgets and gizmos may not be realistic, the special effects looked fine to me. Anyways, I don't want to spoil it. If I spoil Black Panther for you Marvel fanboys and fangirls, you might get triggered. It's 2 thumbs up.
I haven't seen a lot of movies this year, but out of the ones I've seen, Black Panther is the best. Mix together great acting, great writing, great characters, great set and costume design, and great themes and you have a great movie. But if you add a forced romantic subplot and the occasional subpar CGI, then...you have a great Marvel movie. But it's still amazing and everyone who likes superhero movies/political drama/suprisingly thought-provoking themes should watch it. Oh, and also SHURI IS AMAZING.
The first African American Avenger. I loved this movie. It had a lot of close up bloody fighting scenes that may have been disturbing for younger viewers but I found it awesome! I loved the characters personalities and their life style. Overall, I found this movie to be one of my favorite individual Avenger's movies.
I never loathe this movie but Black Panther doesn't need an accolade to become the best movie of the year 2018. It's pretty sad that the Oscars let this one won for being black. This is just a disgrace. I'm no racist, but this is utterly disappointing for treating the movie like that. Can't just the politics leave Hollywood alone already?!
I really like the first Deadpool movie that came out in 2016. I thought it was a fun movie with likable characters and a lot of charm and humor. The sequel improves upon it in every way. The story is much better in the fact that it's not just about Deadpool going on a mission to kill one person. It actually has a lot of unpredictable twists and turns and they add a lot more depth to Deadpool's character. Every new character they add is just great and the acting in the film is great overall. The movie is just a phenomenal parody of superhero movies and sequels, and it succeeds in every thing it sets out to do. This might eventually become one of my favorite comedies ever.
I really liked the 1st Deadpool. I liked the trailer so much that I even snuck into the cinema just to watch it and didn't care that I was just 14. Now I don't have to sneak in because I'm 16 now but I look 14 what.
The 2nd film is just as good, the 1st film was about him getting revenge and stuff on some guy who stole his girlfriend and then destroys him but in this film he actually saves a kid and almost dies.
Overall it's great man. 10/10
I wasn't that big of a fan of the first one. It was entertaining and all but I felt it was very much of a try-hard. This one takes everything wrong with the original and makes it better. The story is much deeper and better and Deadpool himself is a lot better and funnier. Very good.
I enjoyed the 1st movie a lot because it was pretty unique and a different type of superhero. This one is the one where Deadpool actually has to save someone. It's just as funny and has a little bit more depth, it's story is better than the 1st one personally and half of the stuff is improved. This is a brilliant sequel to a phenomenal film, 10/10
Woah, this is only 8, The Quiet Place was masterful horror film and the best movie of this year. It was emotional, suspenseful, and the most original film of the year, if not the most original film of the decade. The ending of the movie is shocking and emotional and will bring you into tears. The acting of each character was amazing and unforgettable. IF you haven't seen this movie see it now and then tell me what you think is the best movie of the year. It is unbelievable, shocking, emotional, masterful, original, suspenseful, and the best movie of this year.
Incredibles 2 and Avengers aren't even out and somehow both rule the list. This movie should be in the top 10 (until now of course). The movie had great narrative, all characters and performances are fantastic, the plot and the idea overall are very interesting, the score is good, the tension is built so well, the direction is actually great and it's something new. This movie should receive more attention because it's actually damn good 8/10.
I absolutely loved this film. I have to admit I'm very easily spooked and more than a little squeamish so I usually stay well clear of watching Horror films. But like everyone I also have a natural fascination with the thrill I get from feeling a little scared from time to time. For me 'A Quiet Place' did that just perfectly, gradually increasing the tension and scary bits to a brilliant climax without the need for gore, graphic violence or terrifying spooky imagery. The monsters, when they came, reminded me of a cross between the 'Ursa' from 'After Earth' and the 'Future Predators' from 'Primeval' which was one of my favourite British Sci-fi T.V. shows when I was growing up. I thought it was a well written story, brilliantly acted by everyone (including the girl and boy who played the teenage Sister and Brother) and was less a horror movie and more like a very good Sci-fi film.
The only thing is, now I'm hooked on the characters, I hope they make a sequel as I want them to ...more
Finally, a horror movie that doesn't need graphic violence, sex and cursing to carry it through! This film was absolutely incredible and parents, if you have younger teens who like scary stuff, this movie is perfect to bring them to!
Not the most perfect Steven Spielberg movie with lots of pop culture references, but it's still great. It's overstuffed with stunning special effects and includes a few good laughs. So what's the moral? Stop playing with video games and move on with the real world. Enough of what I said, it's still great. Simply a fun film to enjoy in theaters.
I am glad that I've watched the movie 1st. After watching it I read the book and it totally blew me away. Can't believe it's one of the Spielberg's work. It didn't even followed the main quest and some important parts. But whatever the book is the best.
There is one word on how I can describe what makes it great: MECHAGODZILLA!
No seriously! That scene with Mechagodzilla was amazing! They even picked the original 1974 version which is awesome.
The picture is a book. Does the movie have flaws? Yeah, and had a lot of live up to considering the book's quality. I prefer the book, but I loved this movie and had so much fun watching it.
I've been waiting for this movie five years now, and finally when it is out (and I'm off my mind with excitement), they don't bring it to the movie theatre at my place. There isn't another hall nearby. Even the faraway ones don't have English shows. Queen and Freddie have helped me through a very difficult time, and I wanted to experience their extraordinary, out-of-the-world level brilliance on the big screen. But sadly, the deep indulgence of my country's current society in cheap, degrading, and socially unaware bollywood stuff has hindered my one big wish. Huh, even my friends at school refused to watch this movie if it came (they refuse watch anything but bollywood, neither they've ever heard of Freddie or his songs). And I'm SO DYING to watch it.
I know I made an unusually long story here, but the point I'm trying to make here is watch it if you are getting an opportunity. If you know Queen, it will be an experience of a lifetime. If you do not,you will see a whole new ...more
Despite some inaccurate information depicted by Queen, it was a near perfect film. It was tragic and controversial for the lifestyle Freddie Mercury has been through. Of course, I know songs prominently heard including "Another Bites The Dust" and "We Will Rock You". Bohemian Rhapsody felt like a live action version of a 1981 animated film "American Pop". Both of these films featured rock n roll music, but the plots were different. I was so impressed with Freddie Mercury's talented voice.
This movie was great and all, but very overrated (so overrated that it made the song it was named after one of the most overrated things on the planet that I don't like it as much now). All of it's Oscar nominations baffled me because of it's mixed reception from critics.
Not the best, but still a great movie that I loved! Kind of reminded me of The Greatest Showman in a way, except it's gayer, not a musical, and about a person I have more personal interest in. I definitely recommend it.
The post credit scene was a little comical and suspenseful. I've seen it on YouTube after watching the MCU film. Spoiler alert: here's the ending of what happened to Ant-Man.
Ant-Man: Hello? Ha ha, very funny. Hank, quit screwing around. You told me yourself, not screw around.
(Pym, Hope, and Janet are dead)
Ant-Man: Hank? Hope? Janet? Guys. Guys. Mean seriously, don't joke around. Beam me up, let's go! GUYS?!
Ant-Man is trapped after Thanos snapped his fingers.
I usually don't like superhero movies, but this was so incredibly funny. It was hilarious, and I enjoyed it so much.
This was really good in my opinion, but I may have to watch it again.
Not the best plot, action and stuff. But the movie is super funny.
Infinity War is great and all but this is definitely my favourite movie of the year. The sheer visceral action, good performances and interesting story puts this ahead and the stunts and practical action makes this different. The best action movie since Skyfall
I would rather see this than Teen Titas Go to the Movies. I am a huge Mission Imposible fan. This delivered the second best teaser trailer (first is Infinity War) and followd it up with an amazing second trailer. And reading the early reviews got me more hyped than what I saw in the trailer.
The movie was great! Better then Incredibles 2. The big helicopter scene and Tom Cruise stuck on the big mountain in India was incredible. Definitely better then the last movie!
This is now my #1 favorite movie because of Tom Cruise's really cool stunts ( my favorite was when he jumped off the 4 story building). The helicopter chase and the airborne in Paris was really awesome. #11/10
Retrospectively, it was okay. I liked some of the action sequences, there were some intense moments, some good acting here-and-there, great directing, some decent characterization (At least in regards to Owen, Claire and Maisie) and being willing to break the franchise's status quo. In addition, the visual effects here are better than its predecessor and the dinosaurs still look very good, while providing some memorable moments.
However, while throwbacks are always welcome, I feel as if that was done a little too much here, there are some plot inconsistencies and scenes that don't make much sense, the human antagonists are very cartoonish and pathetic and while the epilogue's follow-up is an interesting concept, the epilogue itself could have been done way better.
So yeah, it's a very mixed bag for me. Its got some really good action and concepts, but the story execution needs work. Also, I think an Editor's Cut could make the film better...
Lovely to look at, but the plot wasn't that great, especially the last part. I just didn't like how the girl freed the dinosaurs. Why would you let them out in the wild? There's a reason why they've already become extinct before, y'know? Thousands of people could die! What she did was a very stupid and a terrible decision.
I think letting the dinosaurs die would've been a better choice. Not that I don't have a heart for those poor creatures, but doing so would've made the film more emotional and it's just the more logical thing to do.
Actually I'd say Avengers: IW is the best, but this movie needs to move up on the list. The hate is simply unthinkable for this awesome movie! Easily better than the previous, 2, 3, and even better than the original Jurassic Park. The ONLY flaw in this movie aside from CinemaSins nitpicks, is the ending. 9/10, second best movie of the year.
I can't pinpiont exactly my favourite film of 2018 so I'm voting for this for the time being. I had my doubts at first on this but it ended up being better than expected, it had a good balance between action and effects and I ended up enjoying it quite a bit. Don't listen to Ale99!
Tom Hardy was a much wiser decision. I was very disappointed with who they chose to play Eddie Brock/Venom in Spiderman 3. Topher Grace was not fit for the role of Venom. For a character as tough, brawny and totally badass as Venom, they could have done A LOT better than Topher Grace. I'm so glad they didn't choose him again for this movie. That role is NOT for Topher Grace. I saw this with my Dad and my brother once. It's definitely one of the best movies of this year and it definitely has a lot of kick-ass fight scenes. And Tom Hardy pulls of the roll of Eddie Brock/Venom quite well. We're looking forward to Carnage next.
I really do love Venom for a few reasons. First, Tom Hardy and his performance was fantastic and I loved seeing his interactions with Venom. Second, Venom himself is a badass and his voice actually made my skin crawl. And third, The action was very good. I only have one gripe with it though, it should have been an R rated movie like Sony originally planned. But in my opinion, Venom is criminally underrated and is much better than Black Panther and Jurassic World 2.
This was such a great movie! Such fan following such low ratings...such hate on such a power packed comic movie..as how it should be! This should be within top 6 at least! people I know and everyone loved this movie and the CGI was great too! people as I know you loved this movie too! vote for this movie!
So my boyfriend said to go see this, and I did. It was rather entertaining and enjoyable. I have to say that I do like Tom Hardy, and he was so good in this.
This movie probably isn't as bad as people make it out to be, but I can understand why it underperformed.
Considering how much backlash The Last Jedi received and how frustrated the fanbase had become at that point, it makes sense that they weren't optimistic enough to anticipate another Star Wars movie in May. Much of the fanbase was dissuaded by decisions made by Disney and Kathleen Kennedy, hence they decided to withdraw from Solo, which I a shame.
I've yet to see Solo, but hopefully, it's better than what most people make it out to be.
This movie should have been released in September so it did not compete with Deadpool 2 and Avengers: Infinity War. If probably would have done great if they released it at a later date. Would it deserve to do great? No, it was a meh. Han was pretty boring in this movie, I enjoyed Chewbacca and Lando, but found Q'ira, Tobias Backett, the villain all to be bland. L3-37 was a massive annoyance. I enjoyed the set design and some of the characters. It wasn't needed; and wasn't good.
I was absolutely blown away by how good this movie was. Two words - space western (now doesn't that sound kinda neat? ) If you love Han Solo and the original trilogy, you have to give it a shot. Don't let the ratings fool you. I haven't been this excited and pleased about a new release in a long time.
Star Wars: A New Hope was the first movie that I ever saw at the cinema, and I was only 3-years-old. So I have a special place in my heart for the films. If you ignore all of the flaws in the Star Wars movies, they are really enjoyable. This one was fun.
Toni college gave what might be the performance of her life and the score was very disturbing along with Charlie's death. Charlie's death is one of the most amazingly crafted scenes ever. It doesn't even show you Charlie's body or head. It just shows Peters face, as the blood illuminated red, as he can't bring himself to look at her body. Everyone thought that she would be clicking through the movie... but...
Why the heck is venom, Solo, and Jurassic world fallen kingdom above this masterpiece? This movie doesn't use jumpscares (which is a cheap way of scaring people), it has amazing performances (Toni Collette) tension, suspense, and Charlie's death, is the best scene ever (not that I enjoyed her death)
This was an excellent film, and the acting by Toni Collette was brilliant. However, the ending really disturbed me. I am not even sure if I liked it or not.
It was really good
Just saw this one, easily the best film I've seen out of 2018 so far. Absolutely blew me away.
Judging from reviews and the fact that Alfonso Cuaron directed it, it's bound to be awesome.
Unlike any other animation films, this should be number one for delivering the best quality of entertainment due to how emotional and gripping this movie is. Isle of Dogs has a significance into animation because it doesn't target a specific audience, it would likely be a Adult and Semi - Kid friendly because of the surrounding nature with different sets of tones. The Adult nature of this movie would be the Political aspects that reflect the idea of corruption and dictatorship which kids would hardly understand and the Kids tone would relate to the emotional impact of the dogs. Who are immensely suffering from famine issues and a special bond to their owners who were force to withdraw from them. This should be a special gem and treasure to animation history thanks to Wes Anderson who made great films such as Fantastic Mr Fox. which satisfied me and quite the audience.
This was a amazing movie. Its concept, people, animations, EVERYTHING. I love how its clay-mation as this is one of my favorite types of animations, I overall love this movie. It should be higher up.
This movie is amazing! not only is it cute it is imaginative. It's interesting to see korean humor, and to see how these movie creators envisioned the world in the future.
My FAVORITE MOVIE!
This is by far the best movie of 2018, like seriously the animation and tone of this animated film is quite intriguing and astonishing.
Well, all that is good, but what to do I really think about this movie, well, I think it is a good movie, BUT I HATE IT! I hate the main character! I hate the cliches and the plot holes, I honestly didn't thought this movie was trying to be cool, but according to the other users on this website were thinking about it was. The only cool situation in this movie is when you see characters from other movies made cameos. Other than that, I was dying on the inside. Begging God to watch this movie.
It looks like it's going to Wreck at the movies, with over 100 cameos from Disney, even the princesses! You should watch it!
After watching the virus scene where Ralph met Double Dan, it kind of reminded me of the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack. Right, Disney? The dark web is not safe.
I watched the trailer. It looks okay, because hey, they go to the INTERNET! EVERYTHING is there in the Internet. I think it's gonna be interesting. I liked the first Wreck-It Ralph movie anyway. And Vanellope is super cute, but a bit bratty like my little sis. Looking forward to the movie!
Amazing! This is the movie that saves the DCEU from collapsing. With Zack Snyder out of the way after ruining Wonder Woman's streak with the awfully mediocre Justice League, we have a movie directed by James Wan, the director of Furious 7, Saw and The Conjuring. This movie really kept my attention with all the fight scenes. King Orm and Black Manta were slightly better villains compared to Steppenwolf or Doomsday since they have reasonable motivations. I felt a rush in several scenes like the rooftop parkour scene you see in the trailers. This superhero movie moved me more than a few other recent ones like Black Panther and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Pretty good. If this is what DC's movies are like from now on then that's a good thing!
Okay, this was a brilliant and unique movie. I laughed, I cried, I jumped in my seat and I thoroughly entertained from start to finish. The performances were outstanding by really every single person in this film, but I must admit that Chris Hemsworth was hypnotic. I literally could not take my eyes off of him whenever he was in a scene. His performance was outstanding, fascinating, seductive and disturbing all at the same time. And no human should have a body that perfect.
This movie was great. Definitely worth a watch. I went into it knowing nothing and was completely blown away.
Loved it, definitely not as good as Whiplash but I doubt anything he makes ever will be. Still though, the directing is fantastic and the way this film captures the 60s decade was incredibly well done, props to everyone who worked on the technical aspects of this film as well as the actors, Claire Foy especially. Don't think this will end up being among the best of the year, but it's still worth watching without a doubt.
It was definitely Oscar worthy. Don't know if this or Infinity War is my favourite. I loved the focus on emotions. Foy could well win an Oscar. Definitely worthy of a Blu Ray purchase.
I'm very excited for this movie! Damien Chazelle is a great director!
Cannot wait to see it
I just saw this movie, and I thought it was pretty good. The actors all do a great job at portraying their characters (especially Adam Driver and Corey Hawkins in his brief cameo), and the premise as a whole is perfect for satirizing the racial differences in our country. The plot also takes several interesting turns and Spike Lee's direction is very hard-hitting and sharp. It's an entertaining ride from start to finish, and it really challenges the viewer on an intellectual level. However, I do believe the film is uneven in terms of tone and its plot is a little too complicated for its own good. The movie isn't really sure if it wants to be a racially-driven crime drama or a straight up dark comedy, and because of that, I wasn't sure if it wanted me to laugh or to feel angry. I also found the editing a little sloppy, but that's probably just me. The movie also dragged a little and is way longer than it needed to be. However, I can look past those flaws and see the movie as a great ...more
Blackkklansman is more than a good movie, it's just an important piece of art in History because of it's subject and theme. Like it just tells a great story that is actually genuine and reflects real world issues in the 21st century. Spike Lee is nothing but an absolute genius which is why without him, these movies would hardly make it in the big screen.
I loved this movie. Lee did a great job with the movie and should be praised.
Excellent way of telling an amazing true story.
Bumblebee is the best Transformers movie to date. The first live action one not directed by MICHAEL BAY, but instead Travis Knight, director of Kubo and the Two Strings. Bumblebee is a movie with heart and it will bring back memories to fans of the cartoon. You get a story about the friendship between Charlie Watson and Bumblebee that evokes emotions that were absent in the franchise. For once, it has likable characters that are relatable and which you care for. This is the first fresh Transformers movie, if not the first CERTIFIED fresh one in the series at 94% with the first one at 57%. Not enough recognition for this movie as it came out this December.
Forget Avengers: Infinity War. Skip Transformers 5. Here is a Hasbro toy based film with action, humor, and a lot of heart involved with a yellow Autobot and a teenager. Bumblebee is less expensive in the movie budget and it has a plot about friendship. This is what makes Bumblebee one of the best movies of all time and here are amazing things to mention: setting takes place during the 1980s, planet Cybertron is at war, John Cena is an Army commando, nostalgic references on pop culture, Decepticons disguised as classic cars, Nike's Phil Knight has a son who directed this movie, True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld is Charlie Watson, Rick roll cassette tape, and less saturation of explosions. Of course, the special effects team made a great use of cgi used.
94% Certified fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes! That's about twice as high score as the first movie in the Bayformers series which was the highest rated movie in the series at that point!
Most surprisingly good movie of the year. If you hate Michael Bay's movies then this movie will make you like Transformers again!
I watched this movie with my mom. It was amazing. The story, acting, and characters were incredible and believable. I also almost teared up watching this. It's also one of my favorite movies of the year.
This movie should be higher than this. It has a really good soundtrack. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper KILLED IT. Loved the movie.
It is not out yet but looking by the critic reviews and the trailers, it is going to look good.
Wow! I'm so impressed by Lady Gaga. I study acting and its inspiring to see her bloom like this! 10/10
I can't stand Natalie Portman. I loathe her. I even question if she has a soul since there is this emptiness to her. But...I keep seeing this movie being praised, and my curiosity might get me to watch it.
Great movie. Visually stunning and the soundtrack is great. It's tense and defiantly needs a second viewing as the first leaves you with theory's and questions.
This is what Science Fiction films are supposed to be; films with big themes that make you ponder existence and humanity.
Great acting, visually stunning, and one of the most mysterious ending in cinema. I recommend you to see.