New Episode from CinemaJaw: CinemaJaw 405, Don Shanahan – Best Male Performances of 2018

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This week on CinemaJaw we continue our 2018 wrap up. This time we take a look at the guys. These are the male leads or supporting roles that we thought were the best in 2018.

Joining us for this manly discussion is Don Shanahan. Don is the creator/founder/blogger of Every Movie Has a Lesson. Don is a middle school teacher who is a regular credentialed member of the Chicago press pool of film critics. With his background in education, Don writes with the goal of teaching life lessons, from the serious to the farcical, found within every film. On Feelin’ Film, he contributes “What We Learned This Week,” a weekly blog putting life lessons to current releases and movie trends and occasionally guests on podcasts. He is one of the founders of the CIFCC and is also a member of the Online Film Critics Society.

So sit back and relax, strike an Al Bundy pose on your couch. It’s time for the guys of 2018!!

Top 5 Male Performances in Film 2018

Matt:
5.) Sam Elliot – A Star is Born
4.) Michael B Jordan – Black Panther
3.) Joaquin Pheonix – Were You Ever Really Here
2.) Richard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me
1.) Nicolas Cage – Mandy

Don:
5.) Jesse Plemons – Game Night
4.) Timothee Chalamet – Beautiful Boy
3.) Hugh Grant – Paddington 2
2.) Nick Offerman – Hearts Speak Loud
1.) Jon Cho – Searching

Ryan:
5.) Hugh Grant – Paddington 2
4.) Brady Jandreau – The rider
3.) Steven James – If Beale Street Could Talk
2.) Ethan Hawk – FIrst reformed
1.) Ryan Gosling – First Man

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