Top ten Movies 2017 Starting with logan
The newest instalment to the X-men series has arrived showcasing an aging, limo-driving Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) who is undertaking one last adventure in the horrifying future.
In this tenth instalment of the X-men series, Logan (Wolverine) must fight through hordes of enemies (Reavers) in order to get a young mutant girl across the American border, out of the reach of her evil creator, Zander Rice’s reach, and to safety. Will Wolverine be able to do this despite having lost his self-healing abilities?
Rated an outstanding 8.2 star rating by IMDB
Would you go into the battlefront of World War 2 without a single weapon to protect yourself?
Probably not, right? Well, that is exactly what Pfc (Private first class) Desmond T. Doss did. Follow this true-life depiction of how Pfc Doss saved the lives of 75 men during the battle of Okinawa World, without firing a single shot. Pfc Doss refused to carry a weapon into battle because he felt that his religion called for pacifism. At first this resulted in heavy ridicule from his fellow soldiers, but later earned him the respect of an entire US army.
Rated an 8.2-star movie by IMDB
Who doesn’t love to see fast cars racing, drifting, and just moving to the instructions of skilled racing drivers? Well, they have finally made a movie that encompasses all those aspects into one.
Follow the talented getaway driver, Baby, as he uses the rhythm of his personal sound track to help him drive his way out of some of the most precarious situations. In this fuel-filled action movie, Baby finds his true love (Lily) and decides that he has to escape from his crime-filled lifestyle so that he can start a new life with her. However, escaping from a crime boss turns out to be a lot more difficult than he first anticipated, and he is forced to do some of his best driving ever.
Rated an 8.2-star movie by IMDB
If you are an avid watcher of true-life war movies, then Dunkirk is a must-see movie for you.
We see one of the best re-enactments of a historic event ever in this nail-biting, true-life production of the Battle of Dunkirk.
The way the story is told from several different peoples’ points of view is a brilliant technique that helps the viewer realise the impact that this battle had on all the groups involved therein. You will be immersed in the battle when you watch this movie and feel like you are getting an inside view of what it must’ve been like to be one of the soldiers at Dunkirk.
Rated a 8.0-star movie by IMDB
Guardians of the Galaxy 2:
In this second instalment of the franchise, the Guardians face another hair-raising task.
Peter Quill and the Guardians are hired by the Sovereign (a strange alien race) to protect their valuable batteries from dangerous infiltrators. However, when one of the Guardians steals the very goods they were sent to protect, the Sovereign sends their entire army to enact revenge upon the Guardians.
In this action-packed film, we finally get a glimpse into Peter Quill’s younger years.
Rated an 8.0-star movie by IMDB
Manchester by the sea:
A very lonely man learns that his recently deceased older brother has made him the sole guardian of his teenage son. This forces him to travel back to a small fishing village named Manchester-by-the-sea that has been a home to his relatives for decades.
Coming back to his home town forces Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) to experience all his old trauma. Along with deciding how to best deal with his teenage nephew, this is a story of true trauma, and the pain some people endure when trying to push through their pasts.
Rated a 7.9-star movie by IMDB
In this satirical thriller, a young African American man falls in love with a white girl and their relationship grows to where she wants him to meet her parents, and they decide to go see her parents over a weekend.
Upon their arrival, the young man is warmly welcomed and accepted. At first he sees the overt friendliness of his girlfriend’s parents as a sort of coping mechanism to their daughter’s interracial relationship. He very quickly becomes suspicious of their behaviour, and rightfully so as this friendly visit turns into his worst nightmare.
Given a magnificent 7.8-star rating by IMDB
John Wick; Chapter 2:
That’s right John Wick is back, and he is meaner than ever before.
In this newest instalment of the John Wick series, John finally gets his car back (which he wrecks), he gets a new house (which gets blown up), and makes a new friend (which he kills). So in short then, the Bogeyman is working again…
Follow John all the way to Rome where he faces an impossible task of assassinating Giana D’Antonnio. John shows off more of his skill than we have ever seen before and especially more of his equipment…
Rated a 7.7-star movie by IMDB
The LEGO Batman Movie:
Thought Batman was good in the LEGO movie? Well, you haven’t seen anything yet! This hilarious sequel to the LEGO movie will have you confused, intrigued, and most importantly make you wish you were Batman.
Follow Batman in his epic search for the meaning of life. Will he find it in his awesomely toned body? How about in his massive bat-cave? Or will it be with all the swooning ladies he meets as Bruce Wayne? O yeah! And how did he get a son? But, let me not give the whole plot away.
This is one of those movies you have to watch if you are in search of some good, clean, and just plain silly humor.
Rated a 7.4-star movie by IMDB
The movie follows the dangerous journey of two 17th century Portuguese missionaries who travel to Japan in search of their missing teacher. During their search, they encounter numerous “underground Christians” who are hiding from the vicious Samurai. Throughout the movie, they preach and fellowship with these people who fear for their lives and get themselves into precarious situations. Will they find their mentor and make it out alive?
Rated a 7.2-star movie by IMDB