Best Movies of 2016

We have come to the end of 2016. This year too, we left behind dozens of beautiful films. 2016 has been a good year for cinema. Superheroes grouped for the common enemy and even fought each other. Indie movies beat big studio movies. Remakes again thrived in every corner of the year. I hope you like my list. See you in 2017.

  1. Spotlight
  2. Nina Forever
  3. The Club
  4. Demolition
  5. The Girl on the Train
  6. Where to Invade Next
  7. The Accountant
  8. Don’t Breathe
  9. 4th Man Out
  10. Angry Birds
  11. Hacksaw Ridge
  12. The Shallows
  13. The Pack
  14. Swiss Army Man
  15. Captain Fantastic
  16. The Wailing
  17. Zootopia
  18. I am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House
  19. The Magnificent Seven
  20. Warcraft
Nina Forever

First of all, congratulations on 2016 to all of us. It was a good movie year. I built my list according to the 110 movies I watched this year.

Movies such as 4th Man Out and Nina Forever are really successful movies. Likewise, The Pack and I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House. However, despite being Indie, they are better than many movies that cost millions of dollars.

My list this year is full of screenplay-based and thriller movies. My list consists of movies that give me pleasure in the cinema and still make me think when I come out. Spotlight is the most prominent of these. But it’s not the reason why I put the movie first: The Club. I understood better why I should put Spotlight first in the scene where Sandokan is lynched by the public.

There is only one movie on the list that does not deserve to be on the list: Warcraft. I put it in out of respect as a player of 15 years. Let’s be fair, it’s the best movie of 2016 in terms of CGI, but I wish it had been studied more. Happy new year to everyone!

Note: Unfortunately, this list was made without watching Manchester by the Sea and La La Land. Likewise, although Voyage of Time was shown in my country yet I lost the chance to put it on the list -most likely- because I could not access the opportunity to watch it.


Ukrainian Creative Director | Motion Picture Writer | Horror Freak

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