The best, worst and most interesting films of 2018 for Netflix customers.
Here’s what you need to know to watch it.1.
The best: “Gone Girl”The film is based on the book by Gillian Flynn, which is about a single mother and her teenage son, who go to college together, and discover their lives intertwine with the events that led to their tragic deaths.
It’s a dark, heart-breaking tale, and it’s a perfect fit for Netflix.2.
The worst: “The Martian”This sci-fi film was directed by Ridley Scott, and stars Matt Damon, Andy Garcia, and Sally Hawkins.
It was released last year and is considered a cult classic.3.
The most interesting: “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”This comedy about a family that moves from Texas to New York, and tries to adjust to life in the city, has a surprisingly large cult following.
It follows the lives of the kids, and even the adults.
The film’s cast includes Chris Rock, Josh Gad, Will Ferrell, Sarah Paulson, and Emma Stone.4.
The least interesting: The Lego MovieA sequel to the critically-acclaimed “Lego Movie” from 2015, this animated movie stars Tom Hanks as a boy who’s an astronaut who must rescue his little brother.
His mission: To build a LEGO castle.
The story was written by and stars Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.5.
The one that’s more interesting: It’s called “Cinderella.”
It’s a Disney movie that’s based on a children’s book and tells the story of a young girl who dreams of becoming a princess.
It stars Kate Winslet, Kristen Bell, Michael Fassbender, and Michael Cera.6.
The thing that’s most interesting to me: “I Am Legend”The Netflix original is a fairy tale about a young prince and a princess who fight against evil and the forces of evil.
The show, from the creators of “Game of Thrones,” premiered in 2017.7.
The other thing that makes me want to cry: “Wonder Woman”Wonder Woman’s debut film was an absolute smash hit.
It had a big box office success, and now we’re getting an all-new movie.
It also stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor as Cyborg/Wonder Man, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta/Queen Hippolyte, Connie Lewis as Ares/Gemini, Jesse Eisenberg as Ares, Lucy Davis as Aphrodite, and Laurence Fishburne as Ares.8.
The movie I would’ve loved to see more of: “Papa Don’t Preach”I don’t think I’ve ever seen an adult movie more popular than this one.
It has two of the biggest female leads in cinema history, and has some of the funniest, funniest characters on the planet.
It could easily be a perfect Christmas movie.9.
The weird thing I’d want to do on Christmas: “Kubo and the Two Strings”The latest entry in the “Star Wars” franchise, this is a sequel to “Kanan,” which tells the origin story of Han Solo.
It is the most expensive Star Wars movie, but its popularity is growing.
The new story includes Han’s sister and sister’s husband, who have been exiled from their home planet.
The sequel is coming out in 2018.10.
The last thing I want to see on Christmas Day: “Shrek”The last Disney movie I watched on Christmas was “Sharknado,” but this one has an interesting twist.
The main character is a shark, and his parents are trying to get rid of him.
That leads to a wild ride, including some shark attacks and a shark attack in the face.
That’s why Disney loves it.
It would be fun to watch more of this.11.
The reason I wouldn’t go to Disney on Christmas day: “Aladdin”The Disney classic is the story about two brothers who go on a trip to the land of Ooo and encounter the prince of dreams, Jasmine.
It opened in 1998 and won Oscars for best picture, director, cinematography, and animation.
This Disney film also features two of its biggest stars: Benicio Del Toro as the Genie and Emma Watson as the Jasmine of the Disney movies.12.
The moment I would have wanted to see: “Tangled”The most recent Disney film, “Tangle,” has an adorable, sweet tale about three brothers, who spend their Christmas day in the woods.
They fall into an old man’s “T” shape and the story ends with a kiss.
It made $100 million at the box office.13.
The next time I would go to a Disney park, I would take a selfie with a Disney character, a Disney statue, or