It’s December, and that can only mean one thing: IT’S TIME FOR YEAR-END LISTS! It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Throughout the month I’ll be revealing my “Best of…” lists, ranking the top movies, television shows, albums and more of 2018. First up, my favorite albums of the year.
After spending 39 days in the Fijian wilderness as a castaway on the 37th season of “Survivor,” Alison Raybould, chief resident at the UNC Department of Medicine, took time to reflect on her preparation, strategy and life after the island.
Lock the doors and turn on all the lights, because Michael Myers is back with a vengeance, and it’s up to me to figure out which death hurts the most – both physically and emotionally.
While “Green Book” never fully fleshes out some interesting topics, Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali deliver award-worthy performances.
A charming and charismatic performance by Robert Redford elevates “The Old Man & the Gun” from a typical heist film to one worth watching over and over again.
Strong performances by Lucas Hedges and Nicole Kidman make up for a few of the film’s minor flaws leaving audiences with a powerful, disturbing experience.
Simply put, “What They Had” is the definition of a stellar ensemble film. Led by a deeply moving performance from Hilary Swank coupled with writer/director Elizabeth Chomko’s cutting script, “What They Had” makes for an incredibly emotional trip to the theater.
After months and months of waiting, it’s finally here. “A Star Is Born,” one of my most anticipated films of 2018, hit theaters Thursday, and it’s safe to say it was well worth the wait.
“Roma” has been widely referred to as Cuarón’s most personal project yet, and it’s not hard to see why – he put everything he has into this film.
With Drake releasing his new album, “Scorpion,” it’s time to countdown the best scorpions the world has to offer, from deadly critters to head-rocking bangers.
“Hereditary” does to its audience exactly what its villains do to their victims – weaken you until you’re at your most vulnerable, and then attack when you’re unable to defend yourself.
Eleven years after the original Ocean’s trilogy called it quits, Sandra Bullock assembled a team of Hollywood’s biggest female stars to try her and reinvent the franchise, but director Gary Ross seems to be doing whatever he can to hold her back.
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Between quips, dismembered body parts and pop culture references, “Deadpool 2” finds room for a more sentimental message in this outrageously hilarious sequel.
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The hilariously crude yet oddly heartfelt series will either leave viewers cackling or crying, but knowing one thing for certain – nothing will ever compare to the horrors of puberty.