The Best Movies of the Year – Where Rolling Stone Went Wrong

The Best Movies of the Year – Where Rolling Stone Went Wrong
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WatchMojo’s resident ranking experts break down Rolling Stone’s Top Movies of 2018. Do you agree with our shade-throwing? Leave your comments below!

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20 Replies to “The Best Movies of the Year – Where Rolling Stone Went Wrong”

  1. My Top 10 are:
    1. Avengers Infinity War
    2. Black Panther
    3. Mission Impossible Fallout
    4. Won't You Be My Neighbor
    5. Incredibles 2
    6. Ralph Breaks the Internet
    7. Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse
    8. Ant-Man and the Wasp
    9. Mamma Mia Here We Go Again
    10. Mowgli Legend of the Jungle

  2. Holy fuck watchmojo cannot criticize anyone. ANYONE AT ALL. Everyone at watchmojo might actually have down syndrome, there endgame trailer breakdown is one of the funniest things on the internet. I didnt think it people could be so dumb but watchmojo hits the peak of human stupidity in that video, go watch it

  3. What's with this talk show format? I never agree with Watchmojo lists or opinions. I watch these videos to get sample platter of music, movies etc that I like or to laugh at if I don't. If this is the route they're going, I'll watch a different top X channel.

    As far as I am concerned, you aren’t qualified to say what is objectively good or bad. Yet you do so anyway, in a smug, pretentious and condescending tone no less.

    There is a line between best and favourite: and you guys think you can dictate your latter as the objective former. THIS, is why film critics get a bad name and why negativity has become synonymous with ‘lets talk about film’. You are killing this industry. Just stop. Please.

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