My 2017 Blind Spot Movies: Ranked

This is the second year I’ve done the Blind Spot thing and I’ve really enjoyed it. I saw 24 great films these past two years! (Here’s my ranked list of my 2016 Blind Spot choices)

I think my choices were slightly stronger last year but I still really liked all of the below films except number 12 and I think the top 7 are especially brilliant.

So here are My 2017 Blind Spot Movies, (from my least favorite to my favorite):

12. The Last Temptation Of Christ

11. Altered States

10. The Raid

9. The King & I

8. House (Hausu) (1977)

7. The Hustler

6. Jackie Brown

5. Wolf Children

4. Ghost In The Shell

3. The Untouchables

2. Watership Down

1. Rocky

See you tomorrow for my ranked list of all the books that I read in 2017.

8 thoughts on “My 2017 Blind Spot Movies: Ranked

  1. Quite a few here I still need to see, but I too watched Jackie Brown this year and… didn’t love it. I’d put it in the middle of the Tarantinos I’ve seen (which is most of them now).

    I thought The Raid was quite good, but I bloody loved The Raid 2. It’s quite a different film — much longer and more epic — but still with all the bone-crunching action.

    • Aww. Jackie Brown grew on me. I liked it more the more I thought about it. But the soundtrack was a HUGE part of that. And I loved Pam Grier & the relationship with the detective guy. SO wanted them to hook up. But everything else about the movie was very weak. So, in a lot of ways, it certainly wasn’t Tarantino’s best. I really do want to see The Raid 2 ASAP! Waiting on the hubby since he wants to watch it too. πŸ™‚

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