Crow’s Top 10 Films of 2016

2016 has been mentioned as one of the worst years in film, I would have to slightly disagree with that statement. Although we have been consistently let down by big-budget blockbusters, indie films have been the talk of the year. Here is my top 10 films of 2016:

  1. Arrival
  2. The Revenant
  3. The Nice Guys
  4. Anomalisa
  5. Captain America: Civil War
  6. Deadpool
  7. Don’t Breathe
  8. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  9. The Witch
  10. The Light Between OceansHonourable mentions of 2016: Green Room, Zootropolis, Train to Busan and 10 Cloverfield Lane.

 

Not what you thought? Then check out Morton’s top 10 of 2016 to see if that’s more in line with what you loved!

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28 thoughts on “Crow’s Top 10 Films of 2016

  1. Dunkirk is at the top of the list closely followed by Star Wars but after that it’s the usual stuff – Marvel have another strong slate with Spiderman and Thor 3 but in truth, I’m more excited about how the audience will react to the blockbusters – summer was really disappointing this year so hoping for better things! How about you? Anything on the radar at all?

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  2. Cheers for checking it out dude, really appreciate it! There are two of us so we always compete over who has the better lists lol The Revenant is just a film making masterclass – I know what you mean, it would be hard to repeat watch a lot but it’s just so clever!

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  3. They’re both great films! Anomalisa is easily one of the most under the radar films of 2016. The puppeteer work is genius. Don’t breathe is also incredible, it’s so tense it’s unreal! Also agree with your comments on The Witch, it really creeped me out, that’s my kind of horror!

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  4. Anomalisa and Don’t Breathe were two films I regretted not seeing this year! Found The Revenant a little boring, but think I need to rewatch it to fully appreciate it. And The Witch was easily the best horror of the year (that I saw!)

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