Best Movies of 2017This is a list of the best movies released in the year of 2017. This year had a lot of blockbusters and highly anticipated movies released such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Logan: The Wolverine, etc.
This film knocked me flat. I've always been a massive fan of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine - I think his was one of the best superhero casting choices possible for Marvel, and the same goes for Patrick Stewart as Professor X. He absolutely floored me in this film, his performance was so unchained, so phenomenal that I thought that This film had a very Western look and feel to it, which I thought was a pretty great idea since it added to the feeling of solitude that the film developed. Patrick Stewart was brilliant as Charles Xavier, surpassing every single performance he gave in the previous instalments, and I also liked Richard E. Grant as the main villain. The action sequences...are sensational. This film has some of the most riveting action sequences I have ever seen in a superhero film. The direction is perfect, the score is good, it has some truly glorious character moments throughout, and let's just say that the character of Laura is awesome. I loved this movie.
Overrated. R rating element saved this movie. Otherwise a perfectly boring forgettable flick. Since it was R rated they were able to cram a lot of violence and swearings. So people thought the movie was cool and different. And it makes me cringe that people consider it the best superhero movie of all time. Hugh Jackman was a total jackass in this movie, Professor X was a crazy old man, villain sucked, X-24 was meh, forced emotions and boring plot. Laura was badass though. Nowhere as good as The Winter Soldier, Civil War, Spiderman 2 and X2. The more I watch this movie, the worse I feel about it.
10/10. I don't even need to explain why. Just WATCH it. I'm not even giving it that rating because it's a superhero movie. Just because it's a movie about superheroes does not mean it will be good (Batman V Superman anyone? ). This, however, is just perfect. A simple story working in favor for the film, brutal action sequences that make perfect sense, touching and compelling moments to put a drama aspect in there, and perfect dynamics between everybody. It also looks great. This is up there with The Dark Knight as one of the best movies of all time.
Not just a great superhero movie, but an excellent film in general. Though Logan is full of exciting and thrilling moments, it never fails as a touching and compelling drama. The dynamics between Logan, Laura and Charles are always gripping and very well done. The story doesn't try to be pretensious, and is very simple, which works in the film's favour. The action sequances are brutal, but very well done, and the violence is not just there for the sake of it, but has a meaning to it. It shows the consequences of Wolverine using his powers, whether for good or not. Hugh Jackman gives his best prerformances and perhaps one of the best performances in the last 10 years of cinema as a tired, weary and depressed Logan. Patrick Stewart, as usual, is fantastic, as well as Stephen Merchant, who whilst having little screen time, shines as Caliban. All the techincal aspects of the film such as cinematography, editing, sound, visual effects, CGI and music were top-notch. Logan isn't a ...more
So overrated! Why are Marvel movies always dominating these type of movie lists? Every year they release a spew of superhero movies that gets a lot hype and attention only to come out disappointing in reality. This was no different from that case.
The main reason why everyone went to see this besides the MCU hype was obviously because of Tom Holland, who I guess is a decent pick to play Spider-Man, but he is still no match to Tobey Maguire. There was barely any emotional moments in the film, it honestly felt like an amateur comedy movie at times. The plot was nothing new to the table, and honestly I have absolutely no clue why some people say that this was better than the rabidly over-hated Spider-Man 3.
I just saw it, and it was a MEGA improvement on the last Spider-Mans. This movie is just hilarious at times just because peter Parker is doing teenager things or being awkward with his friend. Also, I am glad that there is only ONE bad guy, who's motivations are pretty simple other than "I'm gonna destroy the world or take over it haha". He's just a guy who wants to provide for and protect his normal family. Way better than Wonder Woman (which is still good but I found overrated)
Alright. I'm going to say it. This movie sucks. I'm sorry, but I really don't think that this is a good film. When I was watching this movie, I noticed how douchey and hollow it felt. Peter Parker is not likable and I really think that falls on Tom Holland's performance. He's just a stereotypical millennial "bro" who's only point is to pander to the teenage audience. He's not funny, he's not charming, and not once did I believe that he was actually Spider-Man. With Maguire and Garfield, they had humanity and a down-to-earthiness about them that made them easy to root for. With Holland, his character comes of as an disingenuous douchebag. I felt dirty and extremely manipulated while watching him. This movie, along with every other movie in the MCU, was only made to make money. It's not trying to tell an endearing story. It's not offering you any originality. I can go on and on with how many tired clichés this movie uses. But that's just expected from a SECOND reboot. I've never really ...more
This is the best Spiderman movie I have seen personally. Tom Holland is a good Spiderman, but he's an excellent Peter Parker. The action is truly amazing, and the story is much more than the typical, "oh no, the bad guy has such strong powers how will we defeat them" storyline, with actual consequences to the characters and story with every scene. Also, not to spoil it, just be ready: Vulture is one of the best villains of the entire MCU.
It was...good. But they really need to stop with this child pandering humor. These movies are PG13 for a reason, so I'm sick of them doing this with the jokes. The only time these dumb jokes worked were in Spider-Man: Homecoming because Spidey is a character that's all goofy and ridiculous. Thor is not a character that's supposed to be a walking joke, he's a god. And his portrayal here was MUCH different in comparison to the other movies he was featured in.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it. Great visuals, and the story was actually pretty interesting, albeit cliche. 7/10
Edit: This shrunk on me a lot. Debating on a 6/10 or 5/10 currently.
Way better than Logan, Spiderman Homecoming, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Wonder Woman, Kong Skull Island, It, Dunkirk, and War for the Planet of the Apes. One of the funniest movies ever and one of the best movies ever.
#21 only, really! This is the best movie of the year (yes I just said that). as much as I loved Despicable Me 3, there is one thing this has that that one dosen't have, MUCH better soundtrack! I love Michael Jackson's Bad, but this is even better, let's not forget the sexy Hela and the hilarious Korg.
I like this movie! It has a good plot and a balanced amount of violence. This is the movie that everyone should enjoy, even if you don't like the violence, there is a lot of comedy.
This movie is great, some may say it's either as good as or not as good as the first, but either way this movie is awesome. It's really funny and (SPOILER! ) the bad guy is literally A PLANET! I still think that the casting for this movie was great too, Chris Pratt is the perfect star lord in my opinion.
Hooray! Disney did it again. It may have been an improvement since the original, plus it became another successful blockbuster. You will keep laughing and laughing with excitement. GOTG 2 has a great amount of slapstick humor, superb special effects, and Michael Bay styled explosions. Two thumbs up!
I went to watch it with my dad and little sister and this was just great! At least Marvel still stands. Not like Dreamworks, which used to make masterpieces like Shrek or Madagascar and now this crap called Boss baby. Illumination was never good, so wasn't Sony.
Even though I like the Lego Batman movie and Logan better! This movie has some stunning visuals and Baby Groot is Just Adorable! And some familiar faces like Sylvester Stallone and David Hasselhoff!
I don't blame for all this failure and negative reactions on the studio, directors, writers etc. I blame it on those original trilogy fanboys I.e. prequel haters. These nostalgic nerds brought this unecessary star wars hate in the first place. They brought unwanted hate on the prequels and talked trash about Lucas. They constantly bullied, threatened and spread hate on the director, writer and actors of the prequels many of whose career due to which has been affected. And know what one of the actors has been in some mental institution due to the non stop bullying by these nostalgic freaks.
And look now what happened? Everyone is now bashing this new series. This is the reward for what you all did in the past. Now no one will accept any star wars movie and the same in future. Thanks to these so called nostalgic fanboys for turning Star Wars fanbase toxic.
Can people just give this movie a chance. I'm a Star Wars fan and this was great. I don't just like it because it's "Star Wars". Episodes 1 and 2 were utter crap. The Last Jedi had full potential to itself. And how do people find this movie confusing? It's just about Luke training Rey because Rey discovers that she had Force powers she never expected. The only problem with the movie is that it just focuses on the Resistance more than the Jedi, and Vice Admiral Holdo.But it had great fight scenes, simple plot, and good direction. I don't even think Rose Tico is a bad character compared to what fans say.
I will be straight... this movie is great, the best one since episode 3 in my opinion. I hated episode 1, 2 and Rogue One, those movies for me don't exist for many reasons but I'll focus on The Last Jedi now. In technical issues, this movie is marvelous: direction is fantastic, photography, cinematography, etc. The score is fantastic and I liked how they included older themes. The action sequences are great, one of the best IN ALL THE FRANCHISE.
Now, I'll go to the things that "fans" didn't like: 1) you didn't like how snoke died and that we didn't know anything about him, well remember that when original trilogy came out we didn't know the emperor's origins neither and he also died lamely.2) The death of captain Phasma. Well do you remember Boba Fett? He had one line in all the original trilogy and he died doing nothing. At least Phasma had more dialogue and helped in something. And you know what, she was the only one having a good suit because she was THE CAPTAIN. ...more
Predicted storyline opening crawl (ever since episode 7 repeated episode 4)
Episode 8: The Last Jedi
The Resistance have succesfully blew up the Starkiller Base led by Poe Dameron. The Resistance land in the same planet where Rey gave her Lightsaber to Luke Skywalker and does her Jedi training.
The First Order have tracked down the Resistance in the planet where there is an attack, so the Resistance make their escape to a city planet and find shelter, while meeting their newfound family and friends.
Kylo Ren follows the Resistance for revenge, and under the guidance of Supreme Leader Snoke, Ren tracks down Rey together with Luke Skywalker, who manage to help their friends escape from them. Rey finds out that she is related to Kylo Ren.
Unfortunately, those stuff did not happen (spoiler alert)...
Episode 9: Return of the First Order - Rey finds out that Finn is her brother
Episode 10: The Phantom Backstory - Ben Solo in his young ...more
Dunkirk is either the best film that Christopher Nolan has ever made or it's a very, VERY close second to The Dark Knight. For years, people have criticized Nolan's movies for being too talky and having very confusing plots. With very little dialogue, Dunkirk creates some of the most intense scenes of war that I've ever seen in a film. Everything about this movie is fantastic. The direction puts you right in the middle of the chaos. The actors all grip you with their performances (including an unexpectedly great performance from One Direction's Harry Styles), and the score and effects keep your heart-pounding throughout the entire running-time. In my opinion, this is a Top 10 War film ever. It's up there with Apocalypse Now, Saving Private Ryan, Platoon, Full Metal Jacket, Paths of Glory, and The Hurt Locker. By the end of the year, I hope this gets into the Top 5 of this list, because Nolan delivered with just a fantastic movie through and through.
I enjoyed this film so much that I wanna rewatch it. To be honest, Batman Begins and Dunkirk are the only Christopher Nolan movies I have watched, Batman was just ok in my opinion since I'm not into superheroes but Dunkirk...ah, it was so amazing! I find WW2 movies and whilst I have watched a few good WW2 movies, Dunkirk just makes me want to watch it again.
I love the cast, particularly Harry Styles, Fionn Whitehead, Cillian Murphy and Jack Lowden since they are so handsome! All the actors did a good job in acting, esp Cillian who portrayed the horrors of war. Dunkirk portrays the horrors of war without being gruesome and had a good soundtrack by the renowned Hans Zimmer.
Thank you Nolan for this beautiful movie, if you make another WW2 film set in Western Europe, I'll love to watch it. Christopher Nolan, Hans Zimmer and the cast of this amazing movie need to win an Oscar.
Honestly, why isn't Dunkirk in a higher position on this list? It deserves more respect.
I saw this movie, and I was impressed. Yeah I'm a Harry Styles fan, but I didn't only see it because of him, I saw it because it sounded like a truly good movie, and I'm happy to say it's one of my all time favourites! :)
The only film this I saw this year where I truly felt that I wasn't just looking at a screen; every time a german bomb made contact with the British(boats, shore, planes, etc.), I didn't feel boo-hoo for the soldiers; I felt a part of me drown in the unforgiving channel below, along with all the others. I felt what it was like to know death awaited sooner than I'd prefer.
First off, it begins with ominous, lugubrious music, a voice over of "Darkness" and an aerial review of the Louvre that seems full of sinister portent. I gave a shudder of dread. Are we really gonna pick up where the worst movie ever ended, Batman Vs Superman? We all know that was a disgrace to the Dark Knight and DC franchise. Fortunately, the answer was no. Once franchise community was established, a mysterious package is received from Bruce Wayne to Diana Prince, Wonder Woman's alter ego. We are transported into this heroine's earlier life, long before she met Bruce or Clark. Then we are left with a movie, a pretty good one too. 8.5/10
Yeah this movie was good and it was a mega improvement to the disasters D.C. put out last year. However I found it to be overrated and I think a 65-80 on rotten tomatoes suit it better. I mean, all the war stuff is cool and gal gadot was the perfect Wonder Woman. But I did not like the ending AT ALL. A YouTuber I watch pointed out that the ending could have been smarter other than Wonder Woman and a guy fighting and blowing stuff up. The love interest (forgot his name) says that humans are just good or bad sometimes, and if we go stop the plane, we can do good or something like that. But no ares is actually real and apparently this can't be a superhero movie without a huge explosive mega fight at the end. Also that love conquers all thing at the end was a little insulting, considering she just punched a guy repeatedly. Also, WHAT ABOUT WORLD WAR II, does ares come back or something. Other than that, it was a good movie, and it is a big improvement
This was marginally better than Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming. This movie, unlike the last two abominations from the DC Cinematic Universe, chose to strip it down and focus on developing ONE character: Diana Prince. It ultimately works in the movie's favor because when you focus on multiple characters, you don't get anything except cardboard characters (Looking at you, Suicide Squad). Action was great, character development was great, scenario was interesting, and beautiful scenery, especially at the Mascara. DCEU deserves a fantastic movie. This pretty much redeems them from Suicide Squad and BvS. 9/10
A week ago I saw my mom watching Wonder Woman. At first I didn't know what movie she was watching and then I ignored it. Later on, I was getting more eyed into it and I watched the rest of movie (kinda missed the first part though). After watching, I can say this. As the title says, it's wonderful in many ways. Good use of CGI, good acting, writing, story, theme, and setting. I say this can beat Guardians of the Galaxy 2 by a few meters short. Any word else. This movie is wonderful! 9.5/10
Listen to me. Given that I have now become one of the most popular movie critics on the site, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE get your behind out of your house and SEE THIS NOW. I have not seen anything better than this so far this year. This is a perfect combination of a stunning soundtrack, a great story, awesome racing/action, and stuntwork. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that this is my favorite movie of the year (as of 7/17/17). Everything else this year will have to be a miracle. 15/10.
This movie was a blast, best soundtrack since guardians of the galaxy, and fits with the movie unlike Suicide Squad. I enjoyed this more than Kingsman and the nice guys! And that is impressive. Incredible movie
The most original and creative film of 2017 and possibly the 2010s as a whole. Exceptional everything, deserves to be number 1and more people should go out and support this masterpiece.
Right from the trailer you know that it will be great. The movie is better. Logan is better than most super hero movies today but Baby Driver is more daring, ballsy, and fun
Yeah, I watched this (it's supposed to be horror) the other day two nights in a row! It was AWESOME and I'm only eleven (my sister's nine). I didn't cover my eyes for any of it--except for the surgery part. I thought it was a great race movie, and yes, you should see it. It isn't actually scary, and I thought it would be horrific--I was wrong. Fabulous movie by Jordan Peele. Go GET OUT! I'm glad it's in the top ten, but it has to get to the top five, so...VOTE FOR IT!
Good, it's in the top ten, now we need it in the top 5. The story was so amazing and I really loved the concept. I didn't think you could make normal humans so horrifying, but this movie succeeded. 11/10
This film is an instant classic that anyone, even ones who are most reluctant against the horror genre, can enjoy.
Phenomenal soundtrack, intelligent writing, marvelous acting, superb storyline, just best 2017 movie in my opinion.
This movie was great but I'm sure the plot twist was great and the background looks astonishing. I actually watched The Book Of Life back in the day but it's almost a rip-off.
Well, not a rip-off.
Book Of Life has different plots and perspective of the main character (forgot his name). It also has romance on that movie. In Coco, the character (Miguel) was more focused on his dreams of becoming a musician and find his star who turned out to be a relative but it was revealed that the star's friend was a TRUE relative who wrote the song and just murder him with poison to take his song he wrote for the titular character. Yeah, that's the plot twist like Charles Muntz from Up. There is no romance but it focus on music and the plot.
The city of Afterlife was very beautiful that I just die to visit there. I'm sure Heaven was far more beautiful than this Afterlife.
I'm sure the songs in Coco was great. This deserved to be out of the Trump Wall for being the best movie ...more
I couldn't really tell that this was going to be a rip-off for The Book of Life because I've never seen it. I watched Coco for the first time in theaters and it was amazing. The animation was absolutely stunning (there were SKELETONS that were beautifully designed) and the characters playing guitar had their fingers actually look like they were playing guitar. The Land of the Dead also looked absolutely beautiful. I love its message about family and I loved the characters. More of this please Pixar.
I hope me and my family can go see it in theaters during Thanksgiving break. I haven't seen a Pixar movie in a long time, and Coco is sure to be a phenomenal hit. Rest assured that it is not a Book of Life ripoff. For we shall see a vibrant and inspiring journey unfold as our aspiring musician Miguel explores the Land of the Dead and discover his family's history. This should definitely win this year's Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film!
I saw an advanced screening of this movie, and it was amazing! It's way better than Spiderman: Homecoming and Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Both of those movies are good, but Coco was the prefect mix of creative and heartwarming. I almost cried in the theater. I genuinely can't wait to see this movie again.
I was super excited to finally watch it on dvd since it got super good reviews online, boy was I disappointed with the end result. It's so forgettable and boring that I didn't even realize Caesar died at the end after watching it. The action is boring, that child does absolutely nothing to carry the plot, and there was barely any action to begin with. I have no idea where the good reviews are coming from. There wasn't even any war in it at all, just a group of people fighting a group of apes that should've all been killed off at the opening scene. Over half the movie is just apes stuck at some slave camp, and that wasn't even the low point of this snoozefest. The finale was lazy, and they didn't even bother giving the Colonel a name. This is nowhere NEAR best movie of 2017.
#12? Below Justice League and Episode VIII which aren't out yet? Really?
A much better war film than Dunkirk, I thought. The characters are incredibly written, and the CGI is once again astounding. In fact, I think it's the best trilogy ever made. This HAS to win Andy Serkis the Oscar he has deserved through his entire career, right? Let's hope.
This is a great movie! It should be in top 10! Not only a great war movie and a great movie, it is also a great sequel to the two previous installments.
? , #20. Come on man. This is going to be the best planet of the apes movie. Even one of the best of 2017. And they have very good reviews. At least in the top 5
The spectacle of this movie, the cinematography, production design, and musical score make this film stand out, but the heart of the film lies in the deeply layered screenplay, complex performances and the world of the original Blade Runner, which is expanded upon to great effect.
I won't be shocked if this is #1 at the end of the year. One of the best sequels of all time! Brilliant in every aspect. Makes every other movie on this list look amateur
One of the best sequels of all time in my opinion. Hands down the most visually stunning film of 2017. Absolute perfection
My god, this should be on top 3. Our grandchildren will watch this movie like we do "The matrix" today.
This is probably one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. The characters were so good, the humor was witty and well placed, and the story and ending were very sweet. I also love it when movies add references and break the fourth wall, and this movie had plenty of that. When I watched this with my little brother and his best friend, I didn't expect much. However, this movie surprised me. Also, the occasional toilet humor wasn't too bothering, since the main humor came from the clever dialogue. This movie gets a 9/10 from me.
I recently reviewed this movie (spoiler free) so go check it out if you want more detail as to why I loved this movie. Anyways, this should be higher. It really impressed me. Maybe put it in the Top 3? It's the best Batman Movie since Dark Knight. Heartwarming storyline, developed characters, and awesome action balanced with powerful emotional moments. Not to mention, it didn't feel pandering to the youths. 10/10
The reviews were right. Best Batman movie to date, lol. This was an all around great movie. Witty dialogue and humor that will appeal to kids, adults, and comic book nerds alike. Topped by another heartwarming message about family and keeping an open heart. I was smiling and laughing the whole time, opening credits (wink) to end credits. The Lego movie franchise has done it again.
While not as enjoyable as the Lego Movie to me personally, I still think this is a great animated superhero comedy, a genre that really doesn't show up much in movie release calendars. The humor is a bit more for kids, unfortunately, but those who enjoy a movie unnecessarily stuffed with pop-culture references, like myself, will definitely love this one.
2017 was an amazing year for horror/suspense movies. It is one of the ramake that outpassed the original. The movie with a running time of 2:15 hours is just perfect. The casting is amazing and I wish the second movie will be as good or better
The remake is better than the 1990 IT. Pennywise looks better, the deaths are better, and it is more scary, which means it is more awesome. Also, if you all join me, you'll float too!
A very thrilling film. I was surprised that it played more like an adventure film. It has a great cast and a great story.
This was very well made. The acting was very good and Pennywise was just creepy.
For some reason I thought Kong: Skull Island was the spin-off King Kong but this movie needs to make a higher on top tens because the storyline is great and while Emoji movie is already a tyrant over the cinematic world of 2017, this movie is already on a hook.
Guess what? This King Kong movie will knock your socks off! This one has a mix of classic rock songs, top notch special effects, and thrills all at once! Watch this 1970s style sci-fi action flick with your friends! Watch Kong go all bananas all over again!
I honestly found it quite thrilling and the plot was pretty interesting to me. Nothing groundbreaking but it was a fun science fiction flick. 7/10
Wow this is thrilling! The action was so epic and the plot is just intriguing! This is higher than my expectations. 9/10
The characters in this movie are amazing. Every single character they make, you feel empathy for them straight away.
An original film, thought provoking, great cast and acting, strong character development, a must-see
Should be number one.
Way more than a generic mystery, this movie has amazing characters, clever writing, and offers a realistic look at how one case can change a whole town
This movie is great. Its on par with the original animated version. It's emotional, has great songs, and has amazing production qualities seriously look at their costumes. However, I did find the cursed furniture such as Mrs. Potts to be a little creepy, but I still like the movie. People only hate it because LeFou is gay and nostalgia for the original. This movie is way better than Blah Blah Bland!
The movie with the most mixed reception on TTT this year. Is it good? Is it bad? Is it simply a mix? Several different opinions from several users. I'm giving this a nice 6/10 because the obvious consumerism ruined a good portion of it, but I honestly liked Emma Watson and the movie is probably the best looking film of the year.
This version from musical maestro Bill Condon shows just how famous in their own right those Ashman and Menken songs are especially with original maestro Alan Menken doing the score for this one.I'm sure Howard Ashman would have been proud of this new version. You could tell that Luke Evans was releasing the role of Gaston.
It's very tricky to not be blown away by the sumptuousness of the movie itself and don't get me started on that musical homage paying extravaganza aka the Be Our Guest number.
This one should be number one
Just, the movie was amazing
Gru is back again in action with style except there's an added bonus: he has a brother. Yes, his brother's name is Dru. Both brothers have the same face and voice actor. One is an adoptive father of 3 orphans. The other is a filthy rich uncle with more expensive equipments, gadgets, and weapons. That sounds a little too much for a PG rated kids film, right?
Despicable Me 3 is a lot better than that lousy Transformers 5. At least it isn't 2.5 hours wasted on over 200 something million dollar budget. Transformers: The Last Knight was a joke to the film industry.
Fun things about DM3 is the nostalgia feel with 1980s new wave and pop music playing. I wish they would play Flock of Seagulls or Depeche Mode. It makes me want to play the synthesizer like Balthazar Bratt. Maybe he would like to perform a cover version of Sweet Dreams from Eurythmics.
Also, the jokes were over the top. I mean, how in the world could they get away with those raucous scenes while it's PG ...more
I wouldn't have put it on the list, but it was actually much better than I thought it would be. To be perfectly honest, what I take from this movie is that they're going to gradually turn the franchise darker until it's no longer a comedy. I'm probably just tripping out, though.
Although the movie is not as amusing as th first film was, I still really enjoyed this movie. The animations good and it made me laugh. Something that movies like cars 3 didn’t do, for me or anyone else who watched it when I was in the cinema.
There wasn't any interesting movies for this year, the only movie that made me like it was Despicable Me 3. This is a really good movie! Let's make it enter the Top 10!
Although I think that it is underrated, I still dislike this movie. The villain was terrible, the cg was bad, and the characters were underdeveloped. It's like Warner Brothers said as long as there's an end of the world plot, a villain, and multiple characters, everyone will love it! I mean, gosh, I'll admit Marvel shouldn't be 1 to 4 on this list, but as least they're unique, try different things, and develop the characters! It's kind of hard to cheer on heroes when you don't know their traits or powers! Argh, now I have to say Disney is doing things better than WB. I hate Disney! Whoever leads WB fix this mess!
Not nearly as bad as people say it is. I myself thought it was quite thrilling and very entertaining. The Flash and Aquaman are my favourite DC superheroes so it's awesomne to see them. Now sure, some people will argue that it's a bit rushed, but I didn't mind it too much and yes, Steppenwolf is terrible as he's just a Thanos wannabe with no intimidation, but overall I loved it a lot
Whoop de do, Justice League may not be a flawless sci fi superhero action flick from DCEU. So there is a few things I would want to say about it. Was it better than Dunkirk? Nope. Was it better than Inception? Nope. Was it better than The Dark Knight? Absolutely not. Was it better than Transformers 5? Yes. Afterwards, critics became divided with different opinions on how the Justice League performed. They may say what they want. Plus, it doesn't mean you have to agree with them.
I didn't like the plot however. I mean there's a bunch of cliches in it. A whole motley crew of superheroes with different superpowers? Check. Save the world from a doomsday device that isn't a thermonuclear weapon? Check. An evil villain who plans to take over the world with a massive army gets defeated by the good guys? Check. Anything else?
Also, there are 6 of our main heroes working together just like the electrifying rock and roll band named Pink Floyd. You've got Gilmour playing the lead ...more
Wow, I just saw it expecting it to be trash, and I was surprised. It really isn't as bad as I expected at all, it was fun. Probably a 6 out of 10. Which is funny because that's how I felt about Wonder Woman (same score), except that movie was praised like it was some master piece, while this movie just got crapped on!
From what I've seen so far, the only animated film that really impressed me was The Lego Batman Movie. However, I still had a good time with Captain Underpants, especially since I grew up with this ridiculous character. Solid animation and silly premise. Also, Weird Al made a song for it and that is awesome. 6/10
I grew up with Captain Underpants, and I had almost no doubt in my that this wasn't going to be good, and thankfully, I was right. Amazing animation, hilarious characters, nice voice acting (especially from Kevin Hart) and a massive improvement from Boss Baby
The movie is called Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie and not just Captain Underpants, but anyway, this movie is great and I highly recommend it to you.
This was hilarious, way better than anyone expected.
This is like all the lists decided by toptens voters. The top ten has all but one of the superhero movies made this year, while the actual best film of the year is in 24. Logan, which is a complete rip off of children of men is in first and all the top five are at best flawed (I did enjoy Last Jedi and Logan).
It's playing in so few theatres and it's a shame. I had to trek up to Toronto to see it and, believe me, it's great. Fans of Tommy Wiseau's original, 'The Room', and newcomers will enjoy this movie equally. Please find a way to see it.
Made me laugh from the start to the end. James was amazing! Recreation for "The Room" scenes were top notch. Fast paced, comical, even touching at times.
Was entertaining and interesting. I recommend
How's this not so high up?
"Oh my goodness! This is going to be the jewel of Disney this year! I can feel it. A good sequel can have many, and this could be the perfect one! " is what I did say, and what I still say! Critics, why must you be such jerks to innocent movies. This movie was great, and the critics are kinda wrong on this one.
It's been a while since I last watch any Pirate movie but this was perfect enough. It may not have the exact quality as the previous sequels but it still has the right blend of comedy and action. I would recommend everyone to watch it
People just wanna hate a Pirates movie just because it's a Pirates a movie. It's the same case with last years Ghostbusters, everyone hates the trailer so they just decide the movie will suck
Decent enough. Not bad but not amazing either. Super overrated and unfunny garbage that is trying too hard to stay relevant. This franchise needs to end now. 5/10
I feel like the Cars trilogy is literally improving. Cars 1 is the worst Pixar movie for me (I give it a 3/5) even though Cars 2 felt the least like a Pixar movie. Right now, Cars is a duology, and one of the weakest Pixar movies of all time. Pixar is not the most inventive company of all time. But it is better than most animation studios, especially early Spark Plug Entertainment (OH, HELL NO! THIS IS CANCER! ). - The Ultimate Daredevil
Uh, this is WAY better than Despicable Me 3 (which should be towards the bottom of the list). Cars 3 is finally showcasing a bit of Pixar magic which has been missing in the series. It's still not at Pixar's top level, which is where we are with Toy Story 3, Up, Inside Out, etc. It definitely is better than a lot of other movies this year so let's try and get it higher on the list!
While Cars 2 was the worst Pixar film, this movie did everything to put the franchise back on track! Highly enjoyable as well, new set of characters are a lot of fun, extremely well written as well. Good job, Pixar!
This movie has fairly excited for animation again this year, as Cars 3 and Coco look and sound very good. Not all the movies this year are very exciting for me, but Cars 3 looks great, has a dark sort of theme, and has amazing animation. I'm highly excited.