2017 is about to end. Yes , guys we are just 4 months away from welcoming 2018. A lot of movies released this year. The last 7 months of 2017 gave us some phenomenal movies who were not just great money spinners but had great content. The stringent competition in the movie industry is pushing film makers to experiment and come up with such amazing work. Undoubtedly , more such gems awaits in the last 4 months of 2017, considering the holiday season awaits. But, the top 20 releases in 2017 so far are:
1. Get Out
Amusing, spine-chilling and thought stimulating ,Get Out smoothly fabricates its biting social critiques into a brilliantly compelling and captivating horror/comedy thrill ride.
Dunkirk delivers an intensely gratifying extravaganza, delivered by a writer-director in full command of his craft. Take a bow Christopher Nolan, you did it again. Nolan’s another master piece. He brought his script to life by a supremely talented cast that honors the fact-based story.
3. Wonder Woman
Electrifying, ardent, and uphelded by Gal Gadot’s hypnotic performance, Wonder Woman succeeds in keeping the audience hooked in a spectacular fashion and something they will remember even when the credits roll.
4. The Ornithologist
The Ornithologist appeals patient viewing from an audience accustomed to symbolic bliss an audience that admires art and it’s cinematic presentation and in return, the movie awards the investment with a noteworthy narration of self-discovery.
Hugh Jackman makes the most of his concluding performance as Wolverine with a rough, yet perfectly in sync nuanced performance in a fierce but surprisingly astute superhero action film. One that defies genre conventions.
6. A Ghost Story
A Ghost Story gracefully governs its ambitious themes through an innovative, slick and ultimately agonizing expedition of love and loss.
7. I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore
I don’t feel at home in this world anymore. Surpasses its awkward title to offer prompt, exhilarating dark conclusions on gender dynamics and social patterns in modern America.
8. War for the Planet of the Apes
War for the Planet of the Apes perfectly blends heart-stopping special effects and an authoritative, poignant narrative to conclude this rebooted trilogy on a compelling and truly blockbuster note.
Colossal‘s bizarre unconventionality can be baffling, but audiences who hang on may find that its genre-disregarding execution and Anne Hathaway’s applauding performance is well worth the ride.
10. Spider-Man: Homecoming
Spider-Man: Homecoming does whatever a second part can, delivering a vibrant, enjoyable experience that fits pleasantly in the draping MCU without getting obscured down in franchise-building.
11. It Comes At Night
It Comes at Night makes devastatingly compelling use of its bare-bones adornment while proving once again that what’s left unseen can be just as dismaying as anything on the screen.
12. The Lure
The Lure enumerates a sexually charged, genre-defying twist to an absolute mermaid belief, more than overpowering its flaws through sheer variety and wild ambition.
13. Personal Shopper
Personal Shopper endeavors an intricate series of potentially clashing tonal shifts with fluctuating results, aided by a magnificent performance from Kristen Stewart that’s impossible to ignore.
14. Good Time
An ocular treat filled out by persistently stellar work from Robert Pattinson, Good Time is a remarkably offbeat crime drama offering far more than the usual genre thrills.
15. Girls Trip
Girls Trip is the rare R-rated comedy that pushes boundaries to absolutely amusing effect and anchors its laughs in fascinating characters brought to life by a brilliantly assembled cast.
16. Heal The Living
Exquisitely shot and effectively written, Heal the Living interlaces clearly contrasting narrative threads to present an active portrait of human connection.
Split delivers as a breathtaking accomplishment. With James McAvoy in various roles and finds writer-director M. Night Shyamalan retracing emphatically to thrilling form.
18. Baby Driver
Dapper, exhilarating and sustained by a killer soundtrack, Baby Driver hits the road and it’s gone… justifying fast-paced action movies can be smartly written without eschewing adventures.
19. John Wick: Chapter 2
John Wick: Chapter 2 executes what a sequel should do.. which in this case means amplifying the ceaseless, thrivingly choreographed action that made its prior part so much fun.
20. Atomic Blonde
Atomic Blonde gets adequate mileage out of its upscale action sequences and a magnetic star cast to ad lib for a narrative that’s somewhat less compelling than its protagonist.
21. The Lost City of Z
The Lost City of Z‘s graciously clipped and visual brilliance apprehend back to a classic analysis of epics, and Charlie Hunnam turns in an adroit performance as its convoluted protagonist.
Okja sees Bong Joon-ho continuing to create an absolutely broad entertainment spectrum and still hitting his narrative targets in the midst of an intricate juggling act.
23. Lady Macbeth
Lady Macbeth beams some remarkable grit underneath its period exterior, cushioned by an enthralling and unforgiving paramount performance by Florence Pugh.
24. Annabelle: Creation
Annabelle: Creation reckons another substantial chapter in the Conjuring franchise and further substantiates that bizarre-looking dolls remain faithfully terrifying.
25. The Big Sick
Entertaining, ardent, and astute. The Big Sick uses its engaging leads and cross-cultural subjects to confirm the classic rom-com formula still has some crisp angles left to explore.