By Kate Hughes
There’s a reason this showcase for Christian Bale’s acting prowess wound up on lots of critics’ “Best of 2018” lists.
Natalie Portman playing a pop star on the verge of a breakdown? Sign us up.
This harrowing tale takes place during a tight 24 hours. Julia Roberts stars with Lucas Hedges, who was good in all 800(ish) movies he was in last year.
Itching for some fantasy goodness? This Peter Jackson-produced epic might be just the thing.
You’ll never look at 🐰🐰🐰the same way after watching this film, which nabbed a Best Actress Oscar for star Olivia Coleman in February.
A creepy movie about dancing, because, witches.
DC movies aren’t all bad. In this one, a hot actor talks to fish! 🐟🐟🐟🐟
What if Lizzie Borden was hiding an affair with her maid? An interesting theory indeed!
Viewers loved the friendship between human Charlie and Transformer 🐝 in this high-tech buddy flick.
Sing and dance your way through the end times! 🎶
The Amazon Prime show based on the movie thriller just hit the streaming service, and it looks SICK.
Endgame is coming! Revisit how Cap first burst on the scene.
Rom-com 👑 J.Lo returns! Tuck into some popcorn, and when you’re done, try not to dream about how insane her wedding to A-Rod is going to be.
This heartbreaking movie was beloved by critics and got the luminous Regina King an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.
Who would have thought that the Rocky saga had so many good stories left to tell? This follow-up to the 2015 film continues to showcase Michael B. Jordan’s talents (and abs).
IT ALL ENDS ON APRIL 26 WITH ENDGAME. Rewatch the first half of this epic to remind yourself who got dusted.
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon being hilarious? You don’t have to search for a better movie! 🕵
See Tom run!
Or were they amazing times? This twisty-turny noir had us hooked from the first scene.
Rising star Amandla Stenberg gives an incredible performance in this film based on the hit YA novel.
Jordan Peele’s latest, Us, has already made about a bazillion dollars at the box office. Why not take this opportunity to revisit his (AMAZING) directorial debut?
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly could not be more perfectly cast as Laurel and Hardy.
That Willem Dafoe doesn’t have an Oscar is a travesty. He was nominated for this film, in which he plays Vincent van Gogh.
Robert Redford is still a force to be reckoned with in this mostly true story of a bank robber.
This South Korean film starring Walking Dead alum Steven Yeun has gotten props for being especially unsettling.
Chloë Grace Moretz plays a gay teen struggling to keep her sense of self after being sent to a conversion therapy center.
Clint Eastwood plays a drug smuggling, womanizing nonagenarian. Perfection.
Yippee ki-yay! If you’ve never seen Die Hard, now’s the time. If you have, you’ve probably already clicked on this link.
If you love the songs of ABBA, there is no better delivery method than this sunny film. 🌞🌞🌞
This depiction of the historic rivalry between Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I of England takes a few liberties, but it definitely delivers on the intrigue!
All about a morgue worker tormented by a demonic corpse, this scary flick will have you sleeping with the lights on.
We did not see the twist in this movie coming! And Blake Lively’s wardrobe is to DIE for.