The Best Movies You’ll See in 2017

It’s a bit late to catch up on the best movies of 2017, but you can still find a lot to enjoy on Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, and Xbox Video.

You’ll also find a ton of great TV shows, including The Flash, Supergirl, Gotham, The Blacklist, The Night Of, and more.

Here are some of our favorites: 1.

The Dark Tower – Stephen King’s first film that spawned two sequels and a spinoff series.

The plot has evolved to be more of a psychological thriller.

It’s definitely a movie to see if you’re interested in the dark, twisted world of The Dark Lord, which is a fascinating take on the classic novel.

2.

The Man from UNCLE – Director J.J. Abrams directed this dark, supernatural thriller starring Ben Affleck, Natalie Portman, Jason Clarke, and Josh Brolin.

The movie has a great set piece sequence in which the main character goes into a cave and is attacked by a swarm of bats, but he escapes unharmed.

3.

The Night Before – This film is based on a true story of a family who lived through the Great Depression and then watched as the stock market tanked.

They had to sell their home and moved to the suburbs, and when the housing market began to rebound in the 1970s, the family had to rent.

This is one of those films that is so good that you might want to watch it again.

4.

The House of The Devil – It’s not often you find a film that has a central role in a franchise as well as this one.

It was directed by Ridley Scott, and it has a lot going for it, from the fantastic story to the amazing performances by the cast.

5.

A Monster Calls – This is a dark horror movie about a man who wakes up with a monster inside of him.

It is a beautiful story, but the main plot is about a woman who has to go to her ex-husband’s house to confront her fear.

6.

The End of the Tour – Director David Fincher helmed this wonderful drama about two people who work together to create a documentary about a murder case.

The film follows the trial of two people and the resulting verdict.

7.

The Kingkiller – This movie is a fantastic adaptation of the novel by Stephen King, and the screenplay is a must see for fans of his work.

8.

Black Hawk Down – Director Clint Eastwood directed this epic WWII adventure movie about two British soldiers who are sent to fight in the war.

9.

The Day the Earth Stood Still – This great documentary about the Battle of the Bulge is a true, moving story that is filled with emotion and action.

10.

The Devil’s Backbone – This documentary is a really good one about a young woman who is haunted by the death of her mother and tries to protect her younger sister from the same fate.

The story is very personal and powerful, and I think it’s a good one to watch again.

11.

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night – A young girl is going through a bad breakup and has to hide her boyfriend and the police from the police who are after her.

12.

In The Woods – This one is about an American couple who move to a remote cabin in the woods, and they eventually fall in love with each other.

13.

The Last Witch Hunter – The director Stephen Frears directed this supernatural thriller with a twist, which makes it even more intriguing.

14.

I’m So Lucky – This was a documentary based on the true story that the couple who had a son, John, with a severe brain injury, are now looking for a cure for his condition.

This movie has some very interesting themes, but I find it very, very sad.

15.

All is Lost – This dark comedy has the perfect title, and is based in part on a real-life murder case, but it’s also a great film about a couple who have to find love after their daughter is killed.

16.

The Perfect Storm – This suspenseful thriller was made for the big screen, and stars Michael Caine as a man trying to find the truth behind a murder that took place at his old apartment building.

It has a very unique feel and is one that I think will be very interesting to see again.

17.

The Book of Eli – Director Francis Ford Coppola helmed a very interesting film about two brothers who are looking for answers in the case of a murder.

They’re trying to piece together the case, and one of the brothers goes to his sister’s old apartment and finds out that the body of her ex was discovered in the apartment.

18.

The Martian – Writer-director Ridley Scott helmed an amazing sci-fi adventure that is set in the near future, and features some very special performances from John Hurt, Idris Elba, and Michelle Williams.

19.

A Separation – This family drama is set during the Korean War, and focuses on the