Hollywood gave moviegoers some incredible films in recent times. From modern day musicals, to much anticipated sequels, indies and documentaries, filmmakers continued to entertain, inspire, and enlighten audiences worldwide. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, there are plenty of movies that you most likely haven’t seen yet. So get your popcorn ready cause we’re about to explore some of 2017’s best movies.
Beauty And The Beast
From the costumes, to the songs, to the Beast’s castle, the new live-action Beauty And The Beast accurately and perfectly captured the 1991 Disney classic, bringing viewers back to their childhood. And with stars like Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, and Ian McKellen you know you’ll love this, “Tale as Old As Time”.
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
The month we all waited for — the month of Captain Jack Sparrow’s return that is. On May 26th the much anticipated fifth installment of the Pirates Of The Caribbean phenomenon came out in theaters! The film includes old rivals, new rivals, and Davy Jones, or the incognito version of Orlando Bloom. All hands ahoy, the pirates are back!
The Great Wall
The Great Wall, the historical fantasy of Zhang Yimou, came to theaters February 17th. Although the film came with some controversy about Matt Damon as the lead role, the box-office sales proved the film’s merit. Of course, people wanted to see this zombie apocalypse, plus once a Matt Damon fan always a Matt Damon fan.
The legendary film is back with a new twist. The film follows Steven Trevor, who is an American Pilot that crashes his plane on Themyscira (island). When Diana, Princess of the Amazon, hears how violent the World War is she decides to go help stop the war, thus becoming Wonder Woman. The film features some the newest and most talked about actors/actresses like Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Robin Wright.
Award-Winners Tom Hanks and Emma Watson have stepped out of their comfort zone for this spooky thriller. The Circle, based off Dave Eggers’ 2013 novel of the same name, is about a robust internet corporation and the future of humanity. Read it or watch first, you decide.
And finally, based off the 1989 hit TV series about lifeguards, wearing red bathing suits, running (slow-mo) on the beach to save lives. Yes, Baywatch is back! The concept of the film similar to the TV series. Don’t worry, both David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson had a cameo!