Cinema Wise’s Best of 2017

We have put together our list of the best movies of the 2017 movie season. Below are the top ten must see movies for 2017. It Wonder Woman Beauty and the Beast Thor Ragnorok Logan Split Baby Driver Spider-Man Homecoming War of the Planet of the Apes . Get Out Advertisements

Thor Ragnarok

It’s time for the third installment for the Thor series. The Thor series has been underwhelming up to this point but after all of the marketing I have seen, it seems they have brought new life into this franchise. They brought it all together in this film! Think of them having a melting pot and…

Spider-man Homecoming

Spider-Man Homecoming had a big hill to climb with this being the third reboot in fifteen years. I was one who was feeling a little bit of spidery fatigue. However, I believe that Tom Holland will have people coming out to see what he can do. I believe he has breathed new life into this…

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Pirates of the Caribbean has been a franchise that I have loved for a long time. The reviews on the series have been mixed and I myself cannot say that the series is great as a whole. What I can say is that this franchise has some of the best characters out there with depth…

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast was a film that changed the outlook of animation in its time. The music from the film is unforgettable and the characters are timeless. When Disney decided to make a live action remake, I was very interested to see where they took it and how they planned to tackle a classic…

Captain America: Civil War

Is Marvel hitting another one out of the park? It would seem so but let us dive into this film and see how it comes out on the other side. This film is without a doubt visually stunning and the story is beautiful. If you are reading other reviews, you might have seen some Marvel…

Inside Out

Pixar is one of the most innovative animation studios in the business. They know how to push boundaries with their ideas and films, without actually breaking through them. Inside Out is on the verge of breaking those boundaries. We’re used to seeing the G rated animated films that may have a sad moment or two…