5 Surprising Movies Of 2017

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This year, many disappointing trends turned good

Each year, I want to celebrate films that changed my perspective of them. These 5 films aren’t necessarily the best movies of the year, but they surprised me in ways that I didn’t expect. These are movies that are either tied to a long tradition of terrible (either the franchise or the director) or just didn’t look good from the trailer but managed to defy all odds. Here are my 5 most surprising movies of 2017.

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‘Okja’ Review: Bong Joon-ho’s Eccentric And Environmentally Friendly Dramedy Is The Cutest Movie Of The Year

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Netflix’s original movie curse has been broken by a modern day E.T

It was a long time since Netflix made a good original movie. Beasts of No Nation was supposed to start a new era of theater-quality movies you can watch on your own TV or computer and what came next were mediocre films not worth anyone’s time. With Netflix’s Cannes entry finally available to everyone, it revamps once again how we see movies. Okja is daring, stylish and original, a kind of movie that is too risky for blockbusters today.

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