These Are The 50 Best Movies Of 2017, According To Critics

In a last bid to celebrate the year's cinematic best, 200 critics from around the world have joined forces for this (un)official ranking of 2017's top movies. 

Featuring film experts from the likes of Time, Variety and Entertainment Weekly, the effort – led by Indie Wire – is said to be the largest international critics survey of its kind. 

Rooney Mara in A Ghost Story (Photo: Sailor Bear/Zero Trans Fat Productions/Ideaman Studios/Scared Sheetless)

Unsurprisingly, the majority of the list is made up of the most talked-about films of the year, with Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk and highly acclaimed Get Out hitting the top spots. Sandwiched in between those is Greta Gerwig's solo directorial debut Lady Bird.

At the same time, the list also contains a number of independent films that have been given a bit less media attention, such as The Florida Project or A Ghost Story.

Of course the year's biggest commercial successes – including Wonder Woman and Star Wars – have also made the cut, alongside a couple of foreign-language features. Check out the ranking in full below and enjoy working your way through the critics-approved selection.

  1. Get Out
  2. Lady Bird
  3. Dunkirk
  4. Phantom Thread
  5. The Florida Project
  6. The Shape of Water
  7. Call Me By Your Name
  8. Personal Shopper
  9. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  10. Pentagon Papers
  11. A Ghost Story
  12. Good Time
  13. Mother!
  14. Mudbound
  15. I, Tonya
  16. Blade Runner 2049
  17. Baby Driver
  18. Columbus
  19. The Disaster Artist
  20. The Death of Louis XIV
  21. Wonder Woman
  22. The Big Sick
  23. Grave
  24. Okja
  25. Song to Song
  26. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  27. Logan
  28. Menashe
  29. Logan Lucky
  30. Coco
  31. Wind River
  32. The Beguiled
  33. Beatriz at Dinner
  34. Kedi
  35. War for the Planet of the Apes
  36. Hostiles
  37. After the Storm
  38. Your Name
  39. Princess Cyd
  40. Split
  41. Darkest Hour
  42. Girls Trip
  43. It
  44. Beach Rats,
  45. It Comes at Night
  46. Battle of the Sexes
  47. Colossal
  48. I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore
  49. Step
  50. Ingrid Goes West

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