Greatest Films of the 2010s
Greatest Films of the 2010s


Greatest Films of the 2010s
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

2017

Title Screen Film Genre(s), Title, Year, (Country), Length, Director, Description

Blade Runner 2049 (2017), 164 minutes, D: Denis Villeneuve

Call Me By Your Name (2017, It./Fr./US), 132 minutes, D: Luca Guadagnino

Coco (2017), 105 minutes, D: Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina

Darkest Hour (2017, UK), 125 minutes, D: Joe Wright

Dunkirk (2017, UK), 106 minutes, D: Christopher Nolan

The Florida Project (2017), 111 minutes, D: Sean Baker

Get Out (2017), 104 minutes, D. Jordan Peele

A Ghost Story (2017), 92 minutes, D: David Lowery

I, Tonya (2017), 120 minutes, D: Craig Gillespie

Lady Bird (2017), 94 minutes, D: Greta Gerwig

Logan (2017), 137 minutes, D: James Mangold
This third and last film in the Wolverine trilogy (following after X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) and The Wolverine (2013)) was the 10th installment in the entire X-Men film series, and considered as a reboot. The film was extremely well-received by critics and fans alike, and was one of the most successful films in the franchise. Due to its acclaimed script, it became the first superhero film to be nominated for a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar. It was set in a dark future (in the year 2029) where mutants were basically extinct. Wolverine/Logan (Hugh Jackman) (aka James Howlett) was hiding out (near the Mexican border at El Paso, Texas) with seriously-ill and telepathic Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), the former X-Men leader who was suffering from degenerative brain disease at over 90 years of age, and serving as one of his caregivers. Chief of Security (or head enforcer) at Alkali-Transigen, a corrupt biotechnology corporation, menacing Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook), was in pursuit of Logan (with a lethal group known as the Reavers), and led an attack on the hideout while searching for young and mysterious 11 year-old mutant Laura Kinney / X-23 (Dafne Keen), an experimental mutant child created by the corporation. The main revelation was that she had been created from Logan's mutant DNA, and Logan was Laura's biological father. Logan's mission was to deliver Laura to a safe refuge known as "Eden" in North Dakota in just a few days, to enable a group of young mutants to cross safely into Canada. During Logan's efforts to save Laura and the others, he had to fend off his own Transigen mutant clone X-24, who lethally wounded Charles. The film ended with a
climactic one-on-one fight between Logan (the last of the X-Men) and his clone X-24, ending with Logan's death.

Mudbound (2017), 134 minutes, D: Dee Rees

Phantom Thread (2017), 130 minutes, D: Paul Thomas Anderson

The Post (2017), 116 minutes, D: Steven Spielberg

The Shape of Water (2017), 123 minutes, D: Guillermo del Toro

Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017), 152 minutes, D: Rian Johnson

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017), 115 minutes, D: Martin McDonagh

Wonder Woman (2017), 141 minutes, D: Patty Jenkins


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