“Rolling Stone’s” 10 Best Movies of the Year


“Rolling Stone” put out a list of the ’10 Best Movies of the Year,’ and they went with the Oscar-type movies, rather than the blockbuster, mainstream favorites that you’re more likely to have seen.

That said, we’re on the verge of award show season, so these are ones we’ll probably being hearing more about over the next few months. Here’s the Top 10:

1. “Dunkirk”

2. “Get Out”

3. “Call Me By Your Name”

4. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

5. “The Post” (A Meryl Streep movie that opens Christmas week.)

6. “Lady Bird”

7. “The Shape of Water”

8. “Detroit”

9. “A Ghost Story”

10. “Phantom Thread” (A Daniel Day Lewis movie opening Christmas Day.)

Hit up RollingStone.com for trailers and brief write-ups on each movie. VanityFair.com also has a list. Their #1 is “B.P.M. (Beats Per Minute)” and Indiewire.com has a list of The 25 Best Movie MOMENTS of 2017.

“Vanity Fair’s” Top Movies of 2017:

1. “B.P.M. (Beats Per Minute)”2. “Faces Places”3. “Call Me By Your Name”4. “The Lost City of Z”5. “Get Out”6. “Phantom Thread”7. “Personal Shopper”8. “Princess Cyd”9. “A Ghost Story”10. “Beatriz at Dinner”

The Movies from Indie Wire’s Top Movie Moments:

1. “Call Me By Your Name”2. “Dunkirk”3. “A Ghost Story”4. “Personal Shopper”5. “The Florida Project”6. “Columbus”7. “Lady Bird”8. The French documentary “Faces Places”9. “The Post”10. “Phantom Thread”

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