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The Meyerowitz Stories

From director Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha, The Squid and the Whale) The Meyerowitz Stories is a beautiful family comedy otherwise known as that Adam Sandler that doesn’t suck. He plays a recently divorced man, as he usually does, called Danny (as he’s usually called). Danny moves in with his father, played by Dustin Hoffman, who himself is dealing with feelings of failure. As both of them are joined by other members of the family (including Danny’s half-brother, played by Ben Stiller), their family dynamic comes to the surface in a beautiful, sometimes very moving way. This is an amazingly tender movie in which Noah Baumbach proves he’s so good, he can make even Adam Sandler sound genuine.

The 18 Best Titles Added to Netflix in 2018

We’ve made a lot of jokes about the end-of-year lists in our previous best movies of 2018 list.

We thought were being funny but now we’re out of jokes. There are no catchy sentences or ideas to start this list that we haven’t already used, I’m sorry. Just facts: these movies or shows (created or continued) in 2018 are absolutely amazing.

Our previous list doesn’t have anything that is on Netflix yet – this way together they compliment each other. One has things on Netflix, the other one, things available for streaming elsewhere. Once has jokes, the other one has references to the first one’s jokes. 

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