Read on for the top 10 movies of 2017 according to Rob Thomas of Madison's Cap Times. Take a look back at Rob's original reviews, from No. 1 "Dunkirk" to No. 10 "Colossal." ("Personal Shopper" and "A Ghost Story" tied for No. 8.)
Nolan has made his most formally daring film since “Memento,” and certainly one of the most unconventional war movies ever made.
It’s rare that one walks out of a 144-minute movie wishing it had been a lot longer. But “The Lost City of Z” is that kind of movie, a rich ad…
Its focus on conversation will draw comparisons to “Before Sunrise” and “Lost in Translation,” but Kogonada gives his film a flavor all its own.
“Lady Bird” is a wise and funny film about a teenage girl’s coming of age. But it’s just as wise and funny about being the parents of that teenage girl.
It’s a great superhero movie by any yardstick, full of thrilling action and humor and memorable villains. But, more significantly, it’s a great Wonder Woman movie.
It’s the rough edges, the dark corners of the movies that don’t get lighted, that make “Personal Shopper” such a strange and intoxicating experience.