Joe gives his picks for the Top 10 Best Movies of 2018
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and, Joe talk about the new Lion King, the grim darkness of Christopher Robin, Creed II, Tag, DCI John Luther, Kurt Russell Santa, Bautista going Die Hard and much more.
Incredibles 2 arrives this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with the latest from Spike Lee, the return of Winnie the Pooh, TV like HBO’s Succession and more.
Crazy Rich Asians remained on top of the box office for another weekend with one of the lowest drops ever between a first and second weekend while The Meg remains strong domestically and worldwide and the other new releases disappointed, if not outright bombed in the case of AXL.
Blowing past even the most optimistic expectations, The Meg took the top spot at the box office with over $45 million, which gave Jason Statham his best non-Fast & Furious opening of all time.
Mission: Impossible Fallout maintained it’s number one spot at the box office as the new releases mostly underperformed to downright bombed while Black Panther, still in 25 theaters, crossed over $700 million domestic.
August gets started with a bizarre mix of movies including a reimagining of Winnie the Pooh from Disney, a Mila Kunis/Kate McKinnon spy comedy, a dystopian YA movie and the latest conspiracy theory ramblings of Dinesh D’Souza.
August 2018 closes out the summer with an eclectic mix of movies from Jason Statham vs a giant shark in The Meg to R-rated Muppets in The Happytime Murders, the latest Marky Mark action movie Mile 22, the internet’s favorite horror icon Slender Man and much more.
The Harry Potter franchise comes to it’s “epic conclusion” this weekend while Disney is attempting some weak counter programming with Winnie the Pooh.