This year there were a lot of great movies displayed throughout the world. Some are Oscar winning performances, and some are structure well with outstanding visual effects. But they all brought joy and excitement to die hard moviegoers. For those that aren’t moviegoers, check out these top six movies of 2016 before the year is over.
6. Don’t Breathe
Arguably the scariest movie of the year features a trio of thieves breaking into the house of a blind man, who is much dangerous than they think. Directed by Fede Alvarez, it brings the horror roots back to the Hollywood world, which wasn’t shown in past horror films. A must-watch film for horror fans that want to see something different.
5. The Nice Guys
The movie “Nice Guys” can’t a phenomenal film without the chemistry of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe being displayed well. The first time duo investigates a missing girl and the mysterious death of a porn star. Funny moments, solid action scenes and a terrific story makes it one of the best comedy movies of the year.
4. Captain America: Civil War
Everyone in the whole world knew this was gonna a masterpiece of a comic book film, and boy did it delivered. “Captain America: Civil War” is focused on the fight between Captain America and Iron Man, caused by a political interference in Avenger activities due to the harm of innocent people. A creative story with a stellar cast and drama filled film equals a masterpiece.
3. Finding Dory
Directors Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane bring a fantastic Disney film to life starring Ellen DeGeneres as the forget blue fish. Even though it took a while for the sequel to be made in 13 years, “Finding Dory” is much better than its predecessor. The perfect film for the holidays that will make families, friends and kids smile.
One of the most interesting, weird and intriguing film of not only 2016, but the decade. “Arrival” is about a linguist professor name Louis Banks (Amy Adams) who’s recruited by the military in helping them transit alien communications. While it shows all of the countries united against a possible threat, the ending surely will surprise the viewers of a well thought story, which should be nominated for multiple Oscars.
No question the best film of the year goes to “Moonlight,” directed by Barry Jenkins. The plot is about the life of a young black man struggling in the world from childhood to adulthood, in the rough neighborhood of Miami. This film shows human connection between individuals in a way most filmmakers strive to make. Expect “Moonlight” to possibly win best picture of the year.