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January 5, 2018

Another year, another stellar slate of motion pictures seeing release. Despite what others might say about it (once again) being an off year at the movies, there were definitely some true winners worth seeking out. All you had to do was find them. Films that moved us, resonated with us, and out-and-out blew us away all saw release in 2017, so much of them, in fact, that, as with previous years at the cinema, it was difficult coming up with the 10 best. Here you will find my Top 10 Films of 2017, those motion pictures that spoke to me more than others, but someone else’s Top 10 could just as easily be a completely different set of movies. It’s a testament to just how strong a year is for movies that the Best Of lists are so diverse (view Adam’s here). To read all of Jeremy’s reviews from 2017, click here. Follow Jeremy on Twitter as @JeremyKKirk, too. Found below, for …

“Let’s just let this whole affair be simple…” Sony has released the full official trailer for Alex Ross Perry’s Golden Exits, which played at numerous film festivals throughout 2017 and is just now hitting theaters in February of 2018. We featured the first teaser trailer almost a year ago. Golden Exits is an “intersectional” drama about two families in Brooklyn and the “unraveling of unspoken unhappiness” that occurs when a young foreign girl spending time abroad upsets the balance on both sides. Emily Browning stars, along with Adam Horovitz, Mary-Louise Parker, Lily Rabe, Jason Schwartzman, and Chloë Sevigny. This received bad reviews from the festivals, and you can really tell why with this trailer. This may appeal to a few people, but most should probably ignore it. The cinematography is awful, so grainy, bland, and boring. Here’s the full official trailer (+ poster) for Alex Ross Perry’s Golden Exits, direct from YouTube: An intersectional narrative of two families in Brooklyn and the …

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A Korean orphan and a Turkish soldier bond for life in Can Ulkay’s war drama ‘Ayla: The Daughter of War.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

“They pushed him to the edge.” Saban Films has launched the first official, international trailer for an action thriller film titled Braven, which we haven’t heard much about before now but it looks badass. Starring Jason Momoa as a humble lumberback working on the US/Canada border, he must fight back to save and protect his family when “elite” drug runners run into some problems with a shipment of heroin. The full cast includes Garrett Dillahunt, Stephen Lang, Jill Wagner, Brendan Fletcher, Sala Baker, and Zahn McClarnon. This looks like another one of these unassuming-man-is-really-a-badass films, but something about Momoa taking on this group of drug goons seems especially awesome to me. It’s worth a quick look. Here’s the first official trailer for Lin Oeding’s Braven, direct from YouTube (via TMB): When Joe Braven (Jason Momoa), a humble logger residing along the U.S./Canada border is confronted by a group of deadly drug runners who have stashed heroin in his secluded cabin in the …

On the January 5, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by the entire /Film team: managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista, to talk about the best moments in movies from 2017. You can subscribe …

After images of LEGO sets tied to this year’s release of Solo: A Star Wars Story confirmed some key details about what we can expect from the Han Solo origin spin-off, a slew of new details have been confirmed from those same sets. Though the original images of the LEGO box …

Home invasion thrillers are a dime a dozen, but rarely has there been one that’s oozing with as much style as The Night Sitter. If I had to guess what Nicolas Winding Refn’s eggnog-fueled Christmas dreams might look like, I imagine this would be a pretty close approximation. Check out the first trailer below. …