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Sarah’s Top 10 of 2018

10. Support the Girls Support the Girls looks at a day in the life of Lisa (Regina Hall) and her staff at a Hooters-like sports bar. Lisa is a great manager. She is upbeat, she cares about her staff, she...

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Craig’s Top Ten of 2018

10. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs The Ballad of Buster Scruggs—the Coen Brothers’ long-gestating western anthology—is a film that bounces between comedy and tragedy with demented euphoria. The film opens with a farcical tale of a singing cowboy, a la...

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Josh’s Top 10 of 2018

10. The Favourite I don’t think The Favourite is Yorgos Lanthimos’ best film, but it’s a film that has projected him into the awards limelight in a way that something like The Lobster (or Dogtooth!) wouldn’t be able to. His brand...

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Jim’s Top Ten of 2018

For a long time my relationship with 2018’s cinematic offerings resembled that of the protagonist of a romantic comedy who fell in love with his best friend: I was always looking for something that would sweep me off my feet...

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Rita’s Top Ten of 2018

10. Eighth Grade I put off seeing Eighth Grade for much of the year because, put simply, I’m not a fan of Bo Burnham. His work as a standup, while undeniably smart, mostly struck me as fatiguingly self-referential and apparently...