Hey All! So last semester I had the privilege of taking a class at USC entirely focused upon the directorial style of one Alfred Hitchcock. Heard of him? Me neither.
OBVIOUSLY I’m kidding, Hitchcock is one of the best directors EVER and dazzled audiences over his entirely career. Since I saw almost thirty of his films during my class, I thought this would be an excellent opportunity for me to count down to my Top 5 Favorites!
Once again friends, it is time for the My Movie Thoughts Awards!! These are my picks for the best of 2018 in certain categories that go more in depth than just my best movies of the year list and best scenes of the year list. Enjoy all!
Hey all! Every year, I always enjoy discussing my favorite movies of the year and I always enjoy following up with my favorite parts of movies. Even though I limit my favorite movies of the year list to just ten, I went through the entire list of the movies I saw in 2018 and identified the particular scenes I LOVED even if I thought the movies were just okay or even underwhelming.
Which brings me to one small disclaimer: these are not necessarily from the best movies of the year (although, looking over it, essentially all of these were in my Top 30 of the year), but they are the best scenes of the year. In that, they executed EXACTLY what I imagine the director entailed in production in making me feel a specific feeling in the best way it possibly could’ve happened, whether that emotion be laughing, crying, mourning, or celebrating.
So without further ado, here are my picks for the Top 36 Best Movie Scenes of 2018! (last year it was 25, this year there were far too many to cut…) (and these are in no particular order, they’re all great for different reasons, too many to number……..)
Hey all! Prior to the nominations insanely early tomorrow morning, I wanted to throw my hat into the ring of Oscar nomination predictions. Now keep in mind, I GUARANTEE these will not be exactly how the nominations turn out since the Academy always has a few surprises in store for us (Phantom Thread last year, no The Lego Movie in 2014’s awards season), so I can’t wait to see how things materialize. Until then, here are my predictions for the awards tomorrow!