My Top Ten Movies Watched At Home In 2017

I watched a lot of movies at home this year (87) and I feel like these movies get ignored as people only list current releases in their year-end lists. Well, I’ll be posting My Top Ten Movies Released In 2017 tomorrow. But I always enjoy this list slightly more. Once again, I watched some true older classics at home this year.

87 movies are too many to list but I do have the full list (ranked & rated because I’m a loser!) HERE if you really want to see them all plus which ones are at the very bottom (Lifeforce & The Neon Demon, FYI). So let’s talk about the 30 best ones!

From my “least” favorite to my favorite, here are My Top Ten Movies Watched At Home In 2017 (release dates prior to 2017). But starting at #30 – I just like to be consistent with my “Top Ten” list names. 😉

Top Thirty

30. Doctor Strange
29. Roman Holiday
28. The Color Of Money
27. Chef
26. Dogville
25. Miss You Already
24. The Wave (2015)
23. The Gift
22. The Age Of Adaline
21. The Beguiled (1971)

Top Twenty

20. Hell Or High Water
19. The French Connection
18. Arrietty
17. Coherence
16. The Final Girls
15. The Raid
14. The King & I
13. Some Like It Hot
12. House (Hausu 1977)
11. The Hustler

Top Ten

10. Sicario

9. Jackie Brown

8. Million Dollar Baby

7. The Frame

6. Wolf Children

5. Ghost In The Shell (1995)

4. The Untouchables

3. Watership Down

2. Train To Busan

1. Rocky

See you tomorrow with My Top Ten Movies Of 2017 (released in the UK in 2017).

15 thoughts on “My Top Ten Movies Watched At Home In 2017

  1. I think Rocky may need to go on my Blindspot list for next year. I’m not a big fan of boxing movies (I really disliked Million Dollar Baby and Raging Bull, for example), but Rocky is Rocky, right?

    Train to Busan was great. I’m currently considering it for my own top ten of 2017. I don’t think it’ll place quite as high, but then I watched different old films so…

    • Yep! Put Rocky on your list for next year. There’s, like, almost no f*^king in the movie. Which is great. 😁 Raging Bull…. Ugh. I didn’t like that. But I loved Million Dollar Baby. Waaaaay more boxing in that than in Rocky. I promise. 🙂

      I hope Train To Busan got a good ranking in the end. I WILL find out!

  2. I love your top 10. Sicario was amazing. I can’t wait for the second movie. Rocky is a classic favorite of mine. Million Dollar Baby ripped my heart out.

    • Yeah, Sicario isn’t at all the type of genre I normally go for but it was so GOOD. And I see why Rocky is a classic. And Million Dollar Baby ripped my heart out too, even though the whole story had been spoiled for me beforehand. 😦

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