Best Movies of 2017…So Far! Oh, and the Worst! 


As we march toward awards season, let’s take a look back at the best movies of 2017 so far. Guess what? Thrillers take the cake! Take a look at my favorite films of the year…so far.



Here are the runners-up (in no particular order):

Colossal
The Beguiled
It Comes at Night
Spider-Man: Homecoming
The Lego Batman Movie
I, Daniel Blake
John Wick: Chapter 2
My Scientology Movie
Okja
The Lovers
A United Kingdom
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
Risk
The Wedding Plan
Megan Leavey

What about the worst?

These films all have a common denominator – interesting premise but faltered at the end. From “Transformers: The Last Knight” to “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the movies mentioned below showed some promise but then we all walked out of the theatres feeling empty! AND I REALLY HATE THAT FEELING!!!!

Transformers: The Last Knight
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Fifty Shades Darker
Baywatch
The Mummy


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Why I Love "Logan Lucky" 


Steven Soderbergh leaves retirement to direct the NASCAR heist action-comedy “Logan Lucky.” Is it worth your time and money? You better believe it! Check out my review of “Logan Lucky.”



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"Annabelle: Creation" is a Scary, Smart Shriek-Quel! 


“Annabelle: Creation,” the prequel to the first “Annabelle” plays a part in the ever-expanding “The Conjuring” universe. We now know how the doll became demonic. But, is this worth your time and money? Check out my movie review of “Annabelle: Creation.”



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Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto Talk About “ANNABELLE: CREATION” 
Anthony LaPaglia (Samuel Mullins) and Miranda Otto (Esther Mullins) elevate the horror genre by starring as a married couple in “Annabelle: Creation.” He is a dollmaker and she is a housewife and both are grieving the sudden loss of their daughter Bee (Samara Lee). I sat down with the actors to talk about their characters, working with director David F. Sandberg, and working in the horror genre.



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Stephanie Sigman, Director David F. Sandberg Talk About “ANNABELLE: CREATION” 
With “Lights Out” and now “Annabelle: Creation,” David F. Sandberg is fast becoming a master of mood and suspense. He terrified us in the dark with “Lights Out,” and now, he tells the story of Annabelle, the demonic doll. Together with his star in the film, Stephanie Sigman plays Sister Charlotte, the director and the muse reveal some behind-the-scenes secrets of “Annabelle: Creation.”



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