Here Are Small Screen’s Writers’ Favourite Movies Of 2017

Here Are Small Screen’s Writers’ Favourite Movies Of 2017

We’ve asked each one of our contributors here at Small Screen to choose their top 5 movies of 2017. Here they are:

2017 is coming to a close which means it’s time for the best of the year lists. You’ll be seeing people and sites posting which movies, TV shows, video games, books and albums were their favourites of 2017. So, we’ve decided to do the same but with movies.

We’ll also be posting an official list of Small Screen’s top 20 movies of the year, however, it’s always nice to know what the writers thought. 2017’s been an incredibly strong year for cinema. It’s seen the release of some truly spectacular independent movies as well as some really strong blockbusters.

But enough talk. It’s time to see which movies our writers chose as their top 5 movies of the year and their choices are very interesting indeed.

—Edward Lauder—

5. Dunkirk

4. Blade Runner 2049

3. Logan

2. My Life As A Courgette

1. Get Out

—Callum Humphreys—

5. Thor: Ragnarok

4. Logan

3. Star Wars: The Last Jedi

2. Wonder Woman

1. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

—Alessia Armenise—

My Life As A Courgette

4. Manchester By The Sea

3. Get Out

 2. The Handmaiden

1. Moonlight

—Hugo Gordon—

5. Get Out

4. Call Me By Your Name

3. Dunkirk

2. The Red Turtle

1. Manchester by the Sea

—Catherine Goodden—

5. Logan

4. Moonlight

3. Wonder Woman

2. The Last Jedi

1. The Killing of a Sacred Deer

—Thom Waite—

5. Get Out

4. mother!

3. Patti Cake$

2. Wind River

1. Call Me By Your Name

—Josh Price—

5. Good Time

4. Dunkirk

3. The Killing of a Sacred Deer

2. Call Me By Your Name

1. Blade Runner 2049

All of these movies are certainly worth watching and they represent a varied selection of what the year had to offer on the big screen. Here’s hoping that 2018 can be as impressive as 2017 was, or even more so.

Which were your favourite movies of the year? Let us know in the comments below.




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