Much Ado About Cinema’s Top 15 Films of 2017!

Megan Christopher:

  1. The Killing of a Sacred Deer
  2. A Ghost Story
  3. Get Out
  4. Baby Driver
  5. Hounds of Love
  6. Raw
  7. Dunkirk
  8. Call Me by Your Name
  9. Logan
  10. The Beguiled

 

Dilara Elbir:

  1. A Quiet Passion
  2. The Shape of Water
  3. 120 BPM
  4. Call Me By Your Name
  5. Raw
  6. A Fantastic Woman
  7. Get Out
  8. Killing of a Sacred Deer
  9. Personal Shopper
  10. Columbus

 

Iana Murray:

  1. Call Me by Your Name
  2. Columbus
  3. The Killing of a Sacred Deer
  4. A Ghost Story
  5. Baby Driver
  6. 120 BPM
  7. God’s Own Country
  8. Raw
  9. The Florida Project
  10. Rat Film

 

Deniz Çakır:

  1. 120 BPM
  2. The Shape of Water
  3. A Fantastic Woman
  4. Thelma
  5. Raw
  6. Beach Rats
  7. A Ghost Story
  8. Get Out
  9. Call Me by Your Name
  10. Ingrid Goes West

 

Jaime Rebanal:

  1. The Florida Project
  2. Blade Runner 2049
  3. Personal Shopper
  4. Lady Bird
  5. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  6. On the Beach at Night Alone
  7. Good Time
  8. Bangkok Nites
  9. Baby Driver
  10. Logan

 

Kareem Baholzer:

  1. Call Me by Your Name
  2. Nocturama
  3. A Quiet Passion
  4. 120 BPM
  5. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  6. On the Beach at Night Alone
  7. God’s Own Country
  8. Good Time
  9. Western
  10. Personal Shopper

 

Ryan Solomon:

  1. Call Me by Your Name
  2. Good Time
  3. Baby Driver
  4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  5. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  6. Blade Runner 2049
  7. The Florida Project
  8. The Disaster Artist
  9. The Killing of a Sacred Deer
  10. The Shape of Water

Hannah Ryan:

  1. Call Me by Your Name
  2. The Florida Project
  3. Raw
  4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  5. Okja
  6. Ingrid Goes West
  7. The Death of Stalin
  8. Get Out
  9. Battle of the Sexes
  10. Wonder Woman
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1 thought on “Much Ado About Cinema’s Top 15 Films of 2017!”

  1. Lovely list of films. I myself am a little late to the party. Only recently caught up on 2017’s late releases, while others I haven’t been able to see, like Call Me By Your Name. The more I hear about, the more I ache to see it. It sounds so gorgeous! I’m happy to see Last Jedi made it. The fan atmosphere is so overwhelmingly negative that for a long time I thought I was the only one who enjoyed it. Always a pleasure to see someone else who did. Others like Blade Runner, Get Out, Shape of Water, I can hardly disagree.

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