Since I love reading and watching movies, I decided to do a best of. This does not mean they were released in 2018 but just that I got to it in 2018. At the end I will have a couple of losers too.
I wish I had more time to read but I have a habit of starting to read at night and then falling asleep within a few pages.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah: This book is AMAZING! I love her books to begin with so I was so excited to read this one. It is about a girl growing up in the wilderness of Alaska in the 1970s with a volatile father. Kristin Hannah does so much research into her books and it was beautifully described. My husband lived in Alaska once so I would show him paragraphs. Even though the town in the book is made up, it is based on an area sort of close to where my husband lived. Anyway, I give this book a 5/5. I read it so quick.
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng: Another great book. This follows two different families in Ohio in the 1990s. One is a very rich privileged family while one is struggling to make ends meet but they both have skeletons that get uncovered. It was interesting reading a book that takes place in the 1990s because I was growing up then so it had memories to go with it. I have given this book to multiple friends of mine to read and they have all enjoyed it. 5/5.
I should have written down some of my favorite children books from the year that we have read. Maybe in my monthly updates I will put them when I remember.
Bird Box: We loved it. It had suspense, kept you engaged and wanting to know what happened and what will happen. Such good acting too.
The Good Dinosaur: A very touching story about loss and finding your way. I will admit that I cried. Kid movies are awesome.
Eddie the Eagle: I love true stories about underdogs. They are inspire me and make me cry.
The Avengers: Infinity Wars: Of course. Such a good movie. I am so excited to see the next one. I love seeing all the characters together and fighting. Plus, it was pretty funny.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: I have a thing for Paul Rudd, ever since Clueless. This movie is just fun and made us laugh.
Okay just one loser because it is the only one I can think of that I actually paid for to see in theaters and left pissed:
Aquaman: DC needs some help. We had hope for this movie but it was 60 minutes too long, lots of pointless scenes, stupid music in the background during the “funny” scenes. I decided to take about a 45 minute nap instead and still knew what was going on.
There is my list or atleast my list of what I can remember.