10 Best Movies

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing: Anglo-Irish playwright Martin McDonagh finds his cinematic.

Detroit: Director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal take an incendiary look at the 1967 Detroit.

A Ghost Story: David Lowery’s supernatural tale of timeless devotion involves a woman (Rooney Mara) haunted.

Get Out: Can a horror film get in the Oscar race for Best Picture? You bet your ass. Daniel Kaluuya doesn’t know.

Dunkirk: In the year’s best film, Christopher Nolan shows us the meaning of pure cinema, depicting the 1940.

Lady Bird: There’s nothing new about coming-of-age comedies, but Lady Bird gets the genre thrillingly right, thanks.

The Post: In Steven Spielberg’s propulsive political thriller,it’s not hard.

Call Me By Your Name: Homophobia has no place in Luca Guadagnino’s erotic romance, set in Italy in 1983, when a musical prodigy.

Phantom Thread: The last great film of 2017 comes from writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson, a talent whose roaring power.

‘The Shape of Water: Visual master Guillermo del Toro goes back to the Cold War to probe the secret passion of a mute girl.

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