Best Films of 2018

I collected over 25 lists of the Best Movies/Films of 2018 from the Internet, magazines and newspapers and combined them into one meta-list.  Here are the results: all the movies on three or more of the original source lists, organized by rank (that is, with the movies on the most lists at the top).

PLEASE NOTE: These are not my personal opinions. I have not seen all these movies. But if I have seen a film, I have included my 1-10 rating.

On 25 lists
Roma (Mexico/US, Alfonso Cuarón) (9/10)

On 21 lists
If Beale Street Could Talk
(US, Barry Jenkins)

On 20 lists
Burning (South Korea, Chang-dong Lee) (9/10)
The Favourite (Ireland/UK/US, Yorgos Lanthimos) (10/10)

On 19 lists
Eighth Grade (US, Bo Burnham) (9/10)
First Reformed (US, Paul Schrader) (9/10)

On 18 lists
The Rider (US, Chloé Zhao)

On 17 lists
A Star is Born (US, Bradley Cooper) (6/10)
Shoplifters (Japan, Hirokazu Koreeda)

On 15 lists
Can You Ever Forgive Me? (US, Marielle Heller) (8/10)

On 14 lists
Support the Girls (US, Andrew Bujalski)

On 13 lists
Sorry to Bother You (US, Boots Riley)
BlackKkKlansman (US, Spike Lee) (8/10)
Leave No Trace (US/Canada, Debra Granik)
Black Panther (US, Ryan Coogler)

On 11 lists
Cold War 
(Poland/France/UK, Pawel Pawilkowski) (8/10)

On 10 lists

Mission Impossible: Fallout (US, Christopher McQuarrie)
Minding The Gap (US, Bing Liu)
Widows (UK/US, Steve McQueen)
The Death of Stalin (UK/France/Belgium/Canada, Armando Iannucci) (8/10)

On 9 lists
Paddington 2 (UK/France/US, Paul King)
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (US, Morgan Neville) (8/10)
Annihilation (UK/US, Alex Garland)
Private Life (US, Tamara Jenkins)
Hereditary (US, Ari Aster) (7/10)
First Man (US, Damien Chazelle)

On 8 lists
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (US, Joel & Ethan Coen)

On 7 lists
Zama (Argentina, Lucretia Martel)
A Quiet Place (US, John Krasinski) (6/10)
Let the Sunshine In (France/Belgium, Claire Denis)

On 6 lists
Suspiria (Italy/US, Luca Guadagnino)
Shirkers (US, Sandi Tan) (9/10)
You Were Never Really Here (UK/France/US, Lynne Ramsay) (8/10)

On 5 lists
Custody (France, Xavier Legrand)
Happy as Lazzarro (Italy, Alice Rohrwacher)
Western (Germany/Bulgaria, Valeska Grisebach)
Hale County This Morning, This Evening (US, RaMell Ross)
Green Book (US, Peter Farrelly)
Free Solo (US, Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi) (8/10)
The Other Side of the Wind (US, Orson Welles)
The Old Man & the Gun (US, David Lowery)

On 4 lists
Blindspotting (US, Carlos López Estrada)
The Hate U Give (US, George Tillman, Jr.)
Wildlife (US, Paul Dano)
Monrovia, Indiana (US, Frederick Wiseman)
Madeline’s Madeline (US, Josephine Decker)
Lean on Pete (UK, Andrew Haigh)
Isle of Dogs (US, Wes Anderson)
Sweet Country (Australia, Warwick Thornton)

On 3 lists
The Tale (US/Germany, Jennifer Fox)
The Image Book (France/Switzerland, Jean-Luc Godard)
Avengers: Infinity War (US, Anthony & Joe Russo)
Bisbee ’17 (US, Robert Greene)
Mandy (US/Belgium/UK, Panos Cosmatos)
Personal Problems (US, Bill Gunn)
Three Identical Strangers (UK, Tim Wardle)
The Sisters Brothers (US/France, Jacques Audiard)
A Bread Factory, Pts. 1 & 2 (US, Patrick Wang)