What’s Your Favorite Movie Of 2018?

The Oscars are back!

It’s time to take a look back at all of the movies and TV shows that made their way into our hearts and minds in 2018.

Here’s our countdown to the nominees.

Read moreTop 5:1.

“Lincoln” (1954)2.

“The Lion King” (1989)3.

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” (2016)4.

“Mortal Kombat: Annihilation” (2018)5.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (film)This was the year that we all wanted to see a return to the Star Wars franchise.

The rebooted reboot of the franchise was great, but we were all hoping that the films that were released this year would be more of the same.

Instead, the films received mostly positive reviews and went on to become a box office smash.

The only one that wasn’t a hit was the second installment of the Star War series, “Mental Health Crisis.”

Unfortunately, the sequel had a bit more trouble getting out on the big screen than the first film.


The Lion King (1989), “Jungle Fever” (2000)2.

“Jumanja: Welcome To The Jungle” (#3), “The Jungle Book” (2006)3.

“Mortal Jombat: Apocalypse” (#12), “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1996)4.

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” (#16), “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017)5.

“Captain America: Civil War” (films)

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The Observer is a publication owned by the New Yorker Group, which publishes The New Yorker, the New Republic, the Washington Post and other publications.