Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2017: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to dive into the cinematic gems of 2017 that had audiences worldwide on the edge of their seats. From heart-stopping action sequences to tear-jerking dramas, from mind-bending sci-fi to rib-tickling comedies, 2017 was a year that truly had it all. But which films managed to capture the hearts of fans and critics alike? Which ones left us breathless, laughing, crying, or simply in awe of the magic of cinema? We’ve sifted through box office hits, indie darlings, and everything in between to bring you the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2017. So, whether you’re a film buff looking to reminisce or a casual viewer seeking some movie night inspiration, this list is your golden ticket. Let’s see what made the cut!
Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name

Release Date: 2017-09-01

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Call Me by Your Name” is a captivating movie set in 1980s Italy. It tells the story of a blossoming relationship between a seventeen-year-old named Elio and an older man who is hired as his father’s research assistant. With a talented cast including Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, this film beautifully explores the complexities of love and self-discovery. Released in September 2017, it has been widely acclaimed as one of the best movies of the year.

Cast: Timothée Chalamet (Elio Perlman) , Armie Hammer (Oliver) , Michael Stuhlbarg (Samuel Perlman) , Amira Casar (Annella Perlman) , Esther Garrel (Marzia) , Victoire Du Bois (Chiara) , Vanda Capriolo (Mafalda) , Antonio Rimoldi (Anchise) , Elena Bucci (Bambi) , Marco Sgrosso (Nico) , André Aciman (Mounir) , Peter Spears (Isaac) , Andrew Duncan Hinojosa (Alessio)

Directors: Luca Guadagnino

Writers: James Ivory, André Aciman

Tags: italy, upper class, based on novel or book, swimming pool, love, coming of age, breaking the fourth wall, summer, teenage boy, masturbation, first love, lgbt, jewish family, 1980s, peach, gay theme

The Invisible Guest

The Invisible Guest

Release Date: 2017-01-06

Genres: Drama, Mystery, Thriller

“The Invisible Guest” is a thrilling Spanish movie released in 2017. It follows the story of Adrián Doria, a successful businessman who is accused of murder. To build his defense, he seeks the help of Virginia Goodman, an expert interrogation lawyer. With a talented cast including Mario Casas and Ana Wagener, this suspenseful film takes place in Barcelona and keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

Cast: Mario Casas (Adrián Doria) , Ana Wagener (Elvira) , Jose Coronado (Tomás Garrido) , Bárbara Lennie (Laura Vidal) , Francesc Orella (Félix Leiva) , Paco Tous (Driver) , David Selvas (Bruno) , Iñigo Gastesi (Daniel Garrido) , San Yélamos (Sonia) , Manel Dueso (Police Inspector Millán) , Blanca Martínez (Virginia Goodman) , Pere Brasó (Police Officer #1) , Jordi Brunet (Police Officer #3) , Robert González (Police Officer #4) , Martina Hurtado (Álex) , Ruth Llopis (Eva) , Jordi Llordella (Club Bouncer) , Annick Weerts (Hotel Receptionist) , Laia Alberch (Young Woman – Hotel Couple) , Cristian Valencia (Young Man – Hotel Couple) , Betsy Túrnez (Handmaid) , Sandra Golpe (Anchorwoman #1) , Susana Molina (TV Host (On/Off)) , Helena Resano (Anchorwoman #2 (On/Off))

Directors: Oriol Paulo

Writers: Oriol Paulo, Lara Sendim

Tags: barcelona, spain, falsely accused, businessman, manipulative lover, unreliable narrator, uncover truth, grieving father, accused of murder, mountain resort, locked room mystery

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Release Date: 2017-12-01

Genres: Crime, Drama

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is a gripping drama that follows Mildred Hayes, a determined mother seeking justice for her daughter’s unsolved murder. Frustrated with the lack of progress, she takes matters into her own hands by putting up three controversial signs targeting the town’s revered police chief. As tensions rise and Officer Jason Dixon, a volatile and troubled cop, gets involved, the clash between Mildred and the law enforcement of Ebbing intensifies. Starring Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, and Sam Rockwell, this thought-provoking film delves into the complexities of grief, anger, and the pursuit of truth.

Cast: Frances McDormand (Mildred Hayes) , Woody Harrelson (Bill Willoughby) , Sam Rockwell (Jason Dixon) , Lucas Hedges (Robbie Hayes) , Abbie Cornish (Anne Willoughby) , Caleb Landry Jones (Red Welby) , Peter Dinklage (James) , John Hawkes (Charlie Hayes) , Samara Weaving (Penelope) , Zeljko Ivanek (Cedric Connolly) , Clarke Peters (Abercrombie) , Amanda Warren (Denise Watson) , Kerry Condon (Pamela) , Darrell Britt-Gibson (Jerome) , Kathryn Newton (Angela) , Sandy Martin (Mrs. Dixon) , Riya May Atwood (Polly Willoughby) , Selah Atwood (Jane Willoughby) , Malaya Rivera Drew (Gabriella Forrester) , Christopher Berry (Tony) , Jerry Winsett (Geoffrey) , Brendan Sexton III (Crop-Haired Guy) , Alejandro Barrios (Latino) , Jason Ledford (Latino #2) , Gregory Nassif St. John (Doctor)

Directors: Martin McDonagh

Writers: Martin McDonagh

Tags: suicide, rape, police brutality, small town, missouri, alcoholism, murder, dark comedy, cancer, teenage girl, arson, police corruption, racism, anger, billboard, guilty conscience, molotov cocktail, pool hall



Release Date: 2017-04-12

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“Gifted” is a heartwarming movie released in 2017 that tells the story of Frank, a single man who becomes entangled in a custody battle with his mother over his incredibly talented niece, Mary. Starring Chris Evans, Mckenna Grace, and a talented ensemble cast, this film explores the challenges and sacrifices of raising a child prodigy while navigating family dynamics.

Cast: Chris Evans (Frank Adler) , Mckenna Grace (Mary Adler) , Lindsay Duncan (Evelyn Adler) , Jenny Slate (Bonnie Stevenson) , Octavia Spencer (Roberta Taylor) , Glenn Plummer (Greg Cullen) , Julie Ann Emery (Pat Golding) , Joe Chrest (Kevin Larsen) , Keir O’Donnell (Bradley Pollard) , Jona Xiao (Lijuan) , John Finn (Aubrey Highsmith) , John M. Jackson (Judge Edward Nichols) , Candace B. Harris (Carly Rosen) , Kelly Collins Lintz (Claire Larsen) , Jon Sklaroff (Seymore Shankland) , Brody Rose (Ricky Harmon) , Michael Kendall Kaplan (Justin Gilmore) , Elizabeth Marvel (Gloria Davis) , Maia Moss-Fife (Amanda Dibbons) , Ashley L. Thomas (Animal Shelter Worker) , Danielle Deadwyler (Animal Shelter Worker) , Jack Landry (Veterinarian) , Karleigh Chase (Waitress) , Will Buie Jr. (Boy) , Desmond Phillips (New Father)

Directors: Marc Webb

Writers: Tom Flynn

Tags: cat, intellectually gifted, child prodigy, mathematics, teacher, school, prize, child custody, legal drama, gifted children, custody hearing

The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

Release Date: 2017-12-20

Genres: Drama

“The Greatest Showman” is a captivating movie that tells the inspiring story of P.T. Barnum, the American showman who founded the famous traveling Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, and an incredible ensemble cast, this film takes you on a mesmerizing journey through Barnum’s life, showcasing his determination and passion for creating a spectacle that would captivate audiences worldwide. Released on December 20, 2017, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year!

Cast: Hugh Jackman (P. T. Barnum) , Zac Efron (Phillip Carlyle) , Michelle Williams (Charity Barnum) , Rebecca Ferguson (Jenny Lind) , Zendaya (Anne Wheeler) , Keala Settle (Lettie Lutz) , Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (W. D. Wheeler) , Natasha Liu Bordizzo (Deng Yan) , Paul Sparks (James Gordon Bennett) , Sam Humphrey (Charles Stratton) , Austyn Johnson (Caroline Barnum) , Cameron Seely (Helen Barnum) , Eric Anderson (Mr. O’Malley) , Ellis Rubin (Young P. T. Barnum) , Skylar Dunn (Young Charity Hallett) , Daniel Everidge (Lord of Leeds) , Radu Spinghel (O’Clancy) , Yusaku Komori (Chang Bunker) , Danial Son (Eng Bunker) , Will Swenson (Philo Barnum) , Linda Marie Larson (Mrs. Stratton) , Byron Jennings (Mr. Carlyle) , Betsy Aidem (Mrs. Carlyle) , Damian Young (Mr. Winthrop) , Tina Benko (Mrs. Winthrop)

Directors: Michael Gracey

Writers: Bill Condon, Jenny Bicks

Tags: circus, musical, biography, rags to riches, based on true story, outcast, singing, dreamer, freak show



Release Date: 2017-02-28

Genres: Action, Drama, Science Fiction

“Logan” is a gripping movie set in the near future, where a tired Logan takes care of a sick Professor X in a hidden place near the Mexican border. However, his peaceful life is disrupted when a young mutant seeks his help and is pursued by sinister forces. Starring Hugh Jackman, Dafne Keen, and Patrick Stewart, this action-packed film was voted as one of the best movies of 2017.

Cast: Hugh Jackman (Logan / Wolverine / X-24) , Dafne Keen (Laura / X-23) , Patrick Stewart (Charles Xavier / Professor X) , Elizabeth Rodriguez (Gabriela) , Boyd Holbrook (Pierce) , Stephen Merchant (Caliban) , Richard E. Grant (Dr. Rice) , Stephen Dunlevy (Macon) , Eriq La Salle (Will Munson) , Elise Neal (Kathryn Munson) , Quincy Fouse (Nate Munson) , Al Coronel (Federale Commander) , Frank Gallegos (Federale Lieutenant) , Anthony Escobar (Federale) , Reynaldo Gallegos (Rey) , Krzysztof Soszynski (Mohawk) , Daniel Bernhardt (Bone Breaker) , Ryan Sturz (Pretty Boy) , Jef Groff (Reaver) , Brandon Melendy (Reaver) , Oren Hawxhurst (Reaver) , Jeremy Fitzgerald (Reaver) , Chris Palermo (Reaver) , Paul Andrew O’Connor (Reaver) , Clinton Roberts (Reaver)

Directors: James Mangold

Writers: James Mangold, Scott Frank, Michael Green

Tags: cyborg, experiment, self-destruction, mutant, future, dystopia, immortality, road trip, sequel, superhero, based on comic, super power, neo-western, troubled past, aging superhero, life on the margin

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is a thrilling sci-fi adventure that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2017. Starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaña, Dave Bautista, and an incredible ensemble cast, the movie follows the Guardians as they fight to protect their newfound family while uncovering the secrets surrounding Peter Quill’s true parentage. Released on April 19, 2017, this action-packed film is a must-watch for any fan of the genre.

Cast: Chris Pratt (Peter Quill / Star-Lord) , Zoe Saldaña (Gamora) , Dave Bautista (Drax the Destroyer) , Vin Diesel (Baby Groot (voice)) , Bradley Cooper (Rocket (voice)) , Michael Rooker (Yondu Udonta) , Karen Gillan (Nebula) , Pom Klementieff (Mantis) , Sylvester Stallone (Stakar Ogord) , Kurt Russell (Ego) , Elizabeth Debicki (Ayesha) , Chris Sullivan (Taserface) , Sean Gunn (Kraglin / On-Set Rocket / On-Set Adolescent Groot) , Tommy Flanagan (Tullk) , Laura Haddock (Meredith Quill) , Aaron Schwartz (Young Ego Facial Reference) , Hannah Gottesman (Sovereign Chambermaid) , Hilty Bowen (Sovereign Pilot) , Ben Browder (Sovereign Admiral) , Alexander Klein (Zylak) , Luke Cook (Zylak’s Frenemy) , Evan Jones (Retch) , Joe Fria (Oblo) , Terence Rosemore (Narblik) , Jimmy Urine (Half-Nut)

Directors: James Gunn

Writers: Stan Lee, James Gunn, Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber, Steve Gerber, Dan Abnett, Keith Giffen, Andy Lanning, Steve Englehart, Val Mayerik, Jim Starlin, Bill Mantlo, Steve Gan

Tags: sequel, superhero, based on comic, misfit, space, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe (mcu)

Get Out

Get Out

Release Date: 2017-02-24

Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Horror

“Get Out” is a thrilling and thought-provoking movie released on February 24, 2017. It follows the story of Chris and his girlfriend Rose as they visit her parents for a weekend getaway. However, what starts as a seemingly innocent trip soon turns into a disturbing and eye-opening experience for Chris, as he uncovers shocking truths about his girlfriend’s family. With a talented cast including Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams, this movie delves into the complexities of interracial relationships and will keep you on the edge of your seat with its increasingly unsettling discoveries.

Cast: Daniel Kaluuya (Chris Washington) , Allison Williams (Rose Armitage) , Bradley Whitford (Dean Armitage) , Caleb Landry Jones (Jeremy Armitage) , Stephen Root (Jim Hudson) , Catherine Keener (Missy Armitage) , Marcus Henderson (Walter) , Betty Gabriel (Georgina) , Lakeith Stanfield (Andre Logan King) , Lil Rel Howery (Rod Williams) , Ashley LeConte Campbell (Lisa Deets) , John Wilmot (Gordon Greene) , Caren L. Larkey (Emily Green) , Julie Ann Doan (April Dray) , Rutherford Cravens (Parker Dray) , Geraldine Singer (Philomena King) , Yasuhiko Oyama (Hiroki Tanaka) , Richard Herd (Roman Armitage) , Erika Alexander (Detective Latoya) , Jeronimo Spinx (Detective Drake) , Ian Casselberry (Detective Garcia) , Trey Burvant (Officer Ryan) , John Donohue (Police Officer #1) , Sean Paul Braud (Police Officer #2) , Zailand Adams (Chris (age 11))

Directors: Jordan Peele

Writers: Jordan Peele

Tags: kidnapping, externally controlled action, manipulation, hypnosis, parents-in-law, racist, satire, revenge, dark comedy, interracial relationship, disappearance, racism, psychological thriller, neurosurgeon, missing person, stereotype, brain surgery, race-conscious

Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok

“Thor: Ragnarok” is an action-packed movie released in 2017. It follows Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, who gets trapped in a distant part of the universe and must race against time to save his home-world, Asgard, from destruction. With an all-star cast including Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, and Mark Ruffalo, this thrilling film introduces a powerful new villain, Hela, portrayed by the talented Cate Blanchett. Get ready for an epic adventure filled with intense battles and a race to save an entire civilization.

Cast: Chris Hemsworth (Thor Odinson) , Tom Hiddleston (Loki) , Cate Blanchett (Hela) , Tessa Thompson (Scrapper 142 / Valkyrie) , Jeff Goldblum (En Dwi Gast / Grandmaster) , Idris Elba (Heimdall) , Karl Urban (Skurge / Executioner) , Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner / Hulk) , Anthony Hopkins (Odin) , Benedict Cumberbatch (Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange) , Taika Waititi (Korg / Surtur / Hulk (mo-cap)) , Rachel House (Topaz) , Clancy Brown (Surtur (voice)) , Tadanobu Asano (Hogun) , Ray Stevenson (Volstagg) , Zachary Levi (Fandral) , Stan Lee (Barber) , Georgia Blizzard (Asgardian Date #1) , Amali Golden (Asgardian Date #2) , Luke Hemsworth (Actor Thor) , Sam Neill (Actor Odin) , Matt Damon (Actor Loki (uncredited)) , Charlotte Nicdao (Actor Sif) , Ashley Ricardo (Odin’s Assistant) , Shalom Brune-Franklin (College Girl #1)

Directors: Taika Waititi

Writers: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber, Craig Kyle, Christopher L. Yost, Jay Oliva, Eric Pearson

Tags: sequel, superhero, based on comic, alien planet, female villain, norse mythology, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe (mcu), norse god, loki

Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049

Release Date: 2017-10-04

Genres: Science Fiction, Drama

“Blade Runner 2049” is a thrilling sci-fi film set thirty years after the original. It follows LAPD Officer K as he uncovers a hidden secret that could bring chaos to society. Determined to find the missing former blade runner, Rick Deckard, K embarks on a quest that leads to an intense and captivating journey. Starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, this movie was one of the best voted films of 2017.

Cast: Ryan Gosling (‘K’) , Harrison Ford (Rick Deckard) , Ana de Armas (Joi) , Sylvia Hoeks (Luv) , Robin Wright (Lieutenant Joshi) , Jared Leto (Niander Wallace) , Mackenzie Davis (Mariette) , Carla Juri (Dr. Ana Stelline) , Lennie James (Mister Cotton) , Sean Young (Rachael) , Edward James Olmos (Gaff) , Dave Bautista (Sapper Morton) , David Dastmalchian (Coco) , Hiam Abbass (Freysa) , Barkhad Abdi (Doc Badger) , Wood Harris (Nandez) , Tómas Lemarquis (File Clerk) , Sallie Harmsen (Replicant) , Loren Peta (Rachael Double) , Mark Arnold (Interviewer) , Krista Kosonen (Doxie #2) , Elarica Johnson (Doxie #3) , David Benson (Liberace Look-A-Like) , Kingston Taylor (Boy with One Ear) , Ben Thompson (Elvis Look-A-Like)

Directors: Denis Villeneuve

Writers: Philip K. Dick, Hampton Fancher, Michael Green

Tags: artificial intelligence, bounty hunter, android, future, dystopia, genetics, sequel, cyberpunk, los angeles, california, las vegas, tech noir, blade runner, 2040s

The Book of Henry

The Book of Henry

Release Date: 2017-06-16

Genres: Drama, Crime, Thriller

“The Book of Henry” is a heartwarming and thought-provoking movie released in 2017. It tells the story of Susan, a hardworking single mother, and her incredibly intelligent 11-year-old son, Henry, who not only takes care of their finances but also supports his family emotionally. When Henry uncovers a dark secret about their neighbor, he urges Susan to take matters into her own hands. With a talented cast including Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay, this film is definitely worth watching!”

Cast: Naomi Watts (Susan Carpenter) , Jaeden Martell (Henry Carpenter) , Jacob Tremblay (Peter Carpenter) , Sarah Silverman (Sheila) , Maddie Ziegler (Christina Sickleman) , Lee Pace (Dr. David Daniels) , Dean Norris (Glenn Sickleman) , Bobby Moynihan (John) , Tonya Pinkins (Principal Wilder) , Geraldine Hughes (Mrs. Evans) , Jackson Nicoll (Morris) , Joel Marsh Garland (Big Ed) , Wass Stevens (Gary) , Marjan Neshat (Nurse Kathy) , Maxwell Simkins (Tommy) , Donnetta Lavinia Grays (Nurse Leah) , Mary Joy (Dot) , Mike Massimino (Trucker) , Deborah Rayne (EMT) , Zandi Holup (Teenage Girl Customer) , Arthur French (Gus) , Donna Mitchell (Bookstore Clerk) , Taylor Dior (Talent Show Singer) , Lily Peterson (Stage Manager (uncredited)) , Stefanie Flores (Girlfriend (uncredited))

Directors: Colin Trevorrow

Writers: Gregg Hurwitz

Tags: suicide, parent child relationship, single mother, boy genius, seizure

I, Tonya

I, Tonya

Release Date: 2017-12-08

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“I, Tonya” is a captivating movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2017. Starring Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, and Allison Janney, it tells the story of competitive ice skater Tonya Harding as she rises through the ranks at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. However, her future in the sport becomes uncertain when her ex-husband gets involved. Released on December 8, 2017, this film is definitely worth watching!

Cast: Margot Robbie (Tonya Harding) , Sebastian Stan (Jeff Gillooly) , Allison Janney (LaVona Golden) , Julianne Nicholson (Diane Rawlinson) , Paul Walter Hauser (Shawn Eckhardt) , Bobby Cannavale (Martin Maddox) , Bojana Novaković (Dody Teachman) , Mckenna Grace (Tonya Harding (8-12 Yrs)) , Caitlin Carver (Nancy Kerrigan) , Maizie Smith (Tonya Harding (3 ½ Yrs)) , Suehyla El-Attar (Skater Mom) , Jason Davis (Al Harding) , Mea Allen (Snooty Girl) , Cory Chapman (Chris Davison) , Amy Fox (Skating Judge) , Cara Mantella (Choreographer) , Joshua Mikel (Heckling Spectator) , Lynne Ashe (Shawn’s Mother) , Steve Wedan (Shawn’s Father) , Brandon O’Dell (Policeman #1) , Davin Allen Grindstaff (USFS Judge) , Daniel Thomas May (Sheriff) , Anthony Reynolds (Derrick Smith) , Ricky Russert (Shane Stant) , Al Bianchi (Sports Bar Manager)

Directors: Craig Gillespie

Writers: Steven Rogers

Tags: competition, portland, oregon, olympic games, biography, sports, based on true story, rivalry, figure skating, domestic violence, poverty, overbearing mother, ice skating, taunting, 1990s, winter sport, abusive mother, emotional abuse, mother daughter relationship

The Shack

The Shack

Release Date: 2017-03-03

Genres: Drama, Fantasy

“The Shack” is a thought-provoking movie released in 2017 that tells the story of Mack Phillips, a man who goes through a devastating family tragedy and falls into a deep depression. After receiving a mysterious letter, he decides to visit an abandoned shack in the Oregon wilderness where he encounters a group of enigmatic strangers. Through this encounter, Mack discovers profound truths that challenge his beliefs and transform his understanding of his tragedy, ultimately changing his life forever. Starring Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer, Tim McGraw, and other talented actors, this movie is a must-watch for those seeking a powerful and transformative story.

Cast: Sam Worthington (Mack Phillips) , Octavia Spencer (Papa / Elouisa) , Tim McGraw (Willie) , Aviv Alush (Jesus) , Sumire Matsubara (Sarayu) , Radha Mitchell (Nan Phillips) , Graham Greene (Male Papa) , Gage Munroe (Jose Phillips) , Megan Charpentier (Kate Phillips) , Lane Edwards (Officer Dalton) , Alice Braga (Sophia) , Ryan Robbins (Emil Ducette) , Emily Holmes (Vicky Ducette) , Amélie Eve (Missy Phillips) , Jordyn Ashley Olson (Emily Ducette) , Laura MacKillop (Amber Ducette) , Derek Hamilton (Mack’s Dad) , Tanya Hubbard (Mack’s mom) , Carson Reaume (Young Mack Phillips) , David MacKay (Preacher) , Chris Britton (Church Deacon) , Kendall Cross (Special Agent Wikowski) , Jay Brazeau (Tony) , Greta Makena Gibson (Teenage Girl) , David Longworth (Older Camper)

Directors: Stuart Hazeldine

Writers: John Fusco, William Paul Young, Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Lanham, Wayne Jacobsen, Brad Cummings

Tags: christianity, loss of loved one, based on novel or book, guilt, death of daughter, family trip, christian film, christian



Release Date: 2017-07-19

Genres: War, Action, Drama

“Dunkirk” is a gripping war film released in 2017 that tells the incredible true story of the evacuation of Allied soldiers during World War II. Starring Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, and Harry Styles, the movie takes us back to the harrowing days when thousands of soldiers were trapped and surrounded by the German army on the beaches of Dunkirk. It’s a must-watch for history buffs and fans of intense and suspenseful storytelling.

Cast: Fionn Whitehead (Tommy) , Tom Hardy (Farrier) , Mark Rylance (Mr. Dawson) , Kenneth Branagh (Commander Bolton) , Cillian Murphy (Shivering Soldier) , Barry Keoghan (George) , Harry Styles (Alex) , Aneurin Barnard (Gibson) , Damien Bonnard (French Soldier) , Lee Armstrong (Grenadier) , James Bloor (Irate Soldier) , Tom Glynn-Carney (Peter) , Jack Lowden (Collins) , Luke Thompson (Warrant Officer) , Michel Biel (French Soldier 2) , Constantin Balsan (French Soldier 3) , Billy Howle (Petty Officer) , Mikey Collins (Soldier) , Callum Blake (Stretcher Bearer) , Dean Ridge (Soldier at the Gap) , Bobby Lockwood (Able Seaman) , Will Attenborough (Second Lieutenant) , Tom Nolan (Lieutenant) , James D’Arcy (Colonel Winnant) , Matthew Marsh (Rear Admiral)

Directors: Christopher Nolan

Writers: Christopher Nolan

Tags: france, beach, europe, world war ii, evacuation, pilot, british army, allies, army, royal navy, based on true story, survival, rescue mission, military officer, historical fiction, soldier, private, military, dunkirk, 1940s, royal air force, raf

Baby Driver

Baby Driver

Release Date: 2017-06-28

Genres: Action, Crime

“Baby Driver” is a thrilling crime film released in 2017. It follows the story of a young getaway driver who is forced to work for a crime boss and gets involved in a doomed heist. With a talented cast including Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, and more, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of 2017.

Cast: Ansel Elgort (Miles “Baby”) , Kevin Spacey (Doc) , Lily James (Debora) , Jon Hamm (Jason “Buddy” Van Horn) , Jamie Foxx (Leon “Bats” Jefferson III) , Eiza González (Monica “Darling” Castello) , Jon Bernthal (Griff) , Flea (Eddie “No-Nose”) , CJ Jones (Joseph) , Sky Ferreira (Baby’s Mom) , Lanny Joon (J.D.) , R. Marcos Taylor (Armie) , Micah Howard (Barista) , Morgan Brown (Street Preacher) , Morse Diggs (Morse Diggs) , Lance Palmer (Baby’s Dad) , Hudson Meek (Young Baby) , Viviana Chavez (Diner Waitress) , Hal Whiteside (Cook) , Clay Donahue Fontenot (Marine) , Brigitte Kali Canales (Young Mother) , Patrick R. Walker (Frat Boy #1) , Ben VanderMey (Frat Boy #2) , David Robert Lewis (Waiter) , Big Boi (Restaurant Patron #1)

Directors: Edgar Wright

Writers: Edgar Wright

Tags: robbery, waitress, atlanta, getaway car, crime boss, romance, heist, on the run, shootout, long take, bank robbery, getaway driver, sign languages, armed robbery, hearing impaired

Wind River

Wind River

Release Date: 2017-08-03

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

“Wind River” is a gripping crime thriller released in 2017. Starring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, the movie follows an FBI agent and a skilled tracker as they join forces to solve a murder on a Native American reservation. With a talented cast and a captivating storyline, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of 2017.

Cast: Jeremy Renner (Cory Lambert) , Elizabeth Olsen (Jane Banner) , Gil Birmingham (Martin Hanson) , Graham Greene (Ben) , Jon Bernthal (Matt Rayburn) , Kelsey Asbille (Natalie Hanson) , Teo Briones (Casey Lambert) , Tantoo Cardinal (Alice Crowheart) , Matthew Del Negro (Dillon) , Hugh Dillon (Curtis) , Julia Jones (Wilma Lambert) , James Jordan (Pete Mickens) , Eric Lange (Dr. Whitehurst) , Martin Sensmeier (Chip Hanson) , Apesanahkwat (Dan Crowheart) , Althea Sam (Annie Hanson) , Tokala Black Elk (Sam Littlefeather) , Tyler Laracca (Frank Walker) , Shayne J. Cullen (BIA Officer #1) , Dallin Tusieseina (BIA Officer #2) , Austin R. Grant (Carl) , Ian Bohen (Evan) , Gabriel Casdorph (Contractor #1) , Mason D. Davis (Contractor #2) , Chris Romrell (Contractor #3)

Directors: Taylor Sheridan

Writers: Taylor Sheridan

Tags: rape, wyoming, usa, mountain, gun, fbi, investigation, forest, murder, native american, shootout, photograph, native american reservation, binoculars, rape and revenge, snowmobile

The Florida Project

The Florida Project

Release Date: 2017-10-06

Genres: Drama

“The Florida Project” is a heartwarming film that takes us into the world of a clever six-year-old girl and her group of friends. Set during their summer break, the movie captures the innocence and excitement of childhood, while the adults around them face tough times. With a talented cast including Brooklynn Prince, Willem Dafoe, and Bria Vinaite, this movie is a must-watch from 2017.

Cast: Brooklynn Prince (Moonee) , Willem Dafoe (Bobby Hicks) , Bria Vinaite (Halley) , Valeria Cotto (Jancey) , Christopher Rivera (Scooty) , Mela Murder (Ashley) , Jim R. Coleman (Cabbie) , Aiden Malik (Dicky) , Josie Olivo (Grandma Stacy) , Edward Pagan (Dicky’s Dad) , Caleb Landry Jones (Jack Hicks) , Patti Wiley (Amber) , Jasineia Ramos (Luci) , Rosa Medina Perez (Bertha) , Krystal Gordon (Case Worker) , Bronwyn Valley (Twistee Treat Girl) , Kelly Fitzgerald (Twistee Treat Girl’s Mom) , Sandy Kane (Gloria) , Andrew Romano (Newlywed Groom) , Carolina Grabova (Newlywed Bride) , Terry Allen Jones (Patrice) , Karren Karagulian (Narek) , Sabina Friedman-Seitz (Church Group Sarah) , Troy Kohlmaier (Troy) , Ginger Cook (Room 151 Evicted Dealer)

Directors: Sean Baker

Writers: Sean Baker, Chris Bergoch

Tags: parent child relationship, florida, drug addiction, motel, friendship, drug use, summer, children’s perspectives, child, orlando florida, peer relationship, mother daughter relationship

Only the Brave

Only the Brave

Release Date: 2017-09-22

Genres: Drama, Action, History

“Only the Brave” is a gripping and inspiring movie released in 2017. Starring Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Connelly, and more, it tells the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of brave firefighters who risk their lives battling deadly wildfires to protect an Arizona town. Get ready for a thrilling and emotional ride as you witness their heroic efforts in this must-watch film.

Cast: Josh Brolin (Eric Marsh) , Miles Teller (Brendan “Donut” McDonough) , Jeff Bridges (Duane Steinbrink) , Jennifer Connelly (Amanda Marsh) , James Badge Dale (Jesse Steed) , Taylor Kitsch (Christopher MacKenzie) , Alex Russell (Andrew Ashcraft) , Andie MacDowell (Marvel Steinbrink) , Geoff Stults (Travis Turbyfill) , Thad Luckinbill (Scott Norris) , Ben Hardy (Wade Parker) , Scott Haze (Clayton Whitted) , Jake Picking (Anthony Rose) , Scott Foxx (Travis Carter) , Dylan Kenin (Robert Caldwell) , Ryan Michael Busch (Dustin DeFord) , Kenneth Miller (Sean Misner) , Ryan Jason Cook (William Warneke) , Brandon Bunch (Garret Zuppiger) , Michael L. McNulty (Kevin Woyjeck) , Nicholas Jenks (John Percin Jr.) , Sam Quinn (Grant McKee) , Natalie Hall (Natalie Johnson) , Howard Ferguson Jr. (Brian Ferguson) , Rachel Singer (Brendan’s Mom)

Directors: Joseph Kosinski

Writers: Ken Nolan, Eric Warren Singer, Sean Flynn

Tags: fire, arizona, bravery, natural disaster, addiction, based on true story, tragedy, firefighting, heroism, test by fire, forest fire, firefighter, based on magazine, newspaper or article, wildfire, proving oneself



Release Date: 2017-11-16

Genres: Drama

“Mudbound” is a powerful and gripping movie set in the post-World War II South. It follows two families as they navigate a brutal social hierarchy and a challenging landscape, while simultaneously fighting battles both at home and abroad. With a talented cast including Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Mary J. Blige, and more, this film is a must-watch for anyone seeking a thought-provoking and emotionally charged cinematic experience.

Cast: Carey Mulligan (Laura McAllan) , Jason Clarke (Henry McAllan) , Jason Mitchell (Ronsel Jackson) , Mary J. Blige (Florence Jackson) , Garrett Hedlund (Jamie McAllan) , Rob Morgan (Hap Jackson) , Jonathan Banks (Pappy McAllan) , Kelvin Harrison Jr. (Weeks) , Kerry Cahill (Rose Tricklebank) , Claudio Laniado (Dr. Pearlman) , Kennedy Derosin (Lilly May Jackson) , Dylan Arnold (Carl Atwood) , Lucy Faust (Vera Atwood) , Henry Frost (Teddy) , Jason Kirkpatrick (Oris Stokes) , Elizabeth Windley (Amanda Leigh McAllan) , Joshua J. Williams (Ruel Jackson) , Piper Blair (Isabelle McAllan) , Rebecca Chulew (Pedestrian) , Frankie Smith (Marlon Jackson) , Roderick Hill (Sergeant)

Directors: Dee Rees

Writers: Dee Rees, Virgil Williams, Hillary Jordan

Tags: post-traumatic stress disorder, ku klux klan, mississippi river, based on novel or book, war veteran, world war ii, air force, farm, alcoholism, racism, lynching, post war, post world war ii, sharecropper, military veteran



“Okja” is a heartwarming and thrilling movie about a brave young girl named Mija who goes on a daring adventure to save her beloved best friend, a gigantic animal named Okja. With an incredible cast including Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano, this film is a must-watch. Released on June 28, 2017, it’s no wonder it made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.

Cast: Tilda Swinton (Lucy Mirando / Nancy Mirando) , Ahn Seo-hyun (Mikha) , Paul Dano (Jay) , Jake Gyllenhaal (Dr. Johnny Wilcox) , Lily Collins (Red) , Steven Yeun (K) , Giancarlo Esposito (Frank Dawson) , Devon Bostick (Silver) , Byun Hee-bong (Hee Bong) , Yoon Je-moon (Mundo Park) , Shirley Henderson (Jennifer) , Daniel Henshall (Blond) , Choi Woo-shik (Kim) , Sheena Kamal (Stylist 2007 / 2017) , Michael Mitton (Make-Up Artist 2007) , Colm Hill (Sarcastic British Reporter) , Kathryn Kirkpatrick (Epicurean Reporter) , Jose Carias (Señor Villacorta) , Nancy Amelia Bell (Elderly Reporter) , Lee Jung-eun (Okja (voice) / Woman In Wheelchair) , Kim Jae-in (Young Mija) , Choi Hee-seo (Choi Female Interpreter) , Jang Ji-woong (Chang Cameraman) , Lee Bong-ryeon (Receptionist) , Park Ki-seon (Elderly Security Guard)

Directors: Bong Joon-ho

Writers: Bong Joon-ho, Jon Ronson

Tags: new york city, monster, slaughterhouse, east asian lead, twins, environmentalist, aftercreditsstinger, animal liberation, live action and animation, zoologist, korean, seoul, south korea

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