How exciting that the Mars Science Laboratory is now safely on the surface of Mars, collecting data. It's absolutely mind-blowing how far the human race has come... think of it: the first object ever put into space was a ballistic missile (the V2) on October 3, 1942. And now, just 70 years later, we have a fully-equipped mobile lab, remotely controlled from Earth with the capability of sending images and chemically analyzing samples from the surface of another planet. 70 years?! Astonishing.
Here is a list of the 2017 films I've seen, and my opinion of them. Filmmakers who toil on the almost-impossible mission of making a feature length film should not have their work dismissed on a pass-fail basis so easily. That being said, this is just one man's opinion, and on a blog at that, and the savvy moviegoer will read enough of the reviews of professional film critics to allow a blog here and there to "list" favorites and least favorites.
n/a so far
Get Out. Best seen as satire.
John Wick: Chapter 2. Will please fans of the original (when it gets going)-- it's even better than the first, if, at times, the violence gets video game-ish.
Kong: Skull Island. Summer movies have started two months early; fun!
Logan. Maybe what was needed story-wise, but a little too Terminatoresque in the telling, and far too depressing overall.