The year 2018 brought a good deal of blockbuster and top-grossing movies. One can say that it was the peak of cinema, producing record-busting productions one after another. The same year also gave us one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.
Lots of sequels also came out that year and these were installments from much-anticipated franchises. If you are looking for some films to watch this weekend, check out these movies of 2018 that are highly rated by and recommended on IMDb:
Avengers: Infinity War (8.4)
This blockbuster movie is the 19th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and sequel to the first two Avengers movies. The story follows the wrath of Thanos as he takes over planet Earth and fulfills his plan of killing half of the population. The entire Avengers team works hand in hand to stop him from collecting all six Infinity Stones.
Bohemian Rhapsody (7.9)
The film is a biographical musical drama that tells the life and rise to fame of Freddy Mercury, the lead band singer of Queen. It is claimed to be the highest-earning biopic of all time. Actor Rami Malek did a convincing job of portraying the god-like presence of the singer.
Isle Of Dogs (7.9)
Directed by Wes Anderson, this stop-motion animated comedy film is beautifully crafted with so much attention to detail. The story follows the quarantine of several dogs due to a canine flu outbreak. A young boy looks for his pet dog with the help of other mongrels. It is definitely a heartwarming tale of love and friendship.
Deadpool 2 (7.7)
After two years of fighting crimes as a mercenary, Deadpool fails to catch one of his targets. On the night of their anniversary, the bad guy tracks them down and kills his girlfriend, Vanessa. The movie is filled with action, gory scenes, and lots of cussing, thus keeping its ‘R’ rating.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout (7.7)
The team is back for another daring yet dangerous mission. Ethan Hunt teams up with a CIA assassin to prevent the ruthless arms dealer John Lark and the Apostles from planning a nuclear attack on three different cities. They race against time as they try to search for the missing weapons before the enemies take them back.
A Star Is Born (7.6)
Musician Jackson Maine falls in love with a struggling singer Ally and persuades her to pursue her passion. The two basks in their newfound fame and glory until things take a bitter turn. Pop superstar Lady Gaga receives an Academy Award for Best Actress and Bradley Cooper for Best Actor.
Love, Simon (7.6)
A story about self-discovery, Simon is a closeted gay who finds it difficult to disclose his true self to his family and friends. He falls in love with a stranger online whom he often talks to. When his email accidentally fell into the wrong hands, his secret is nowhere safe anymore. This romantic film will take the audience into a roller coaster of emotions of love, loss, and life.
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