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Here Are the 100 Best-Reviewed Movies of 2017, According to Rotten Tomatoes

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Dunkirk, Wonder Woman and Baby Driver (Photos: Warner Bros. & Warner Bros. & Sony Pictures)

Dunkirk, Wonder Woman and Baby Driver (Photos: Warner Bros. & Warner Bros. & Sony Pictures)

Rotten Tomatoes has announced which 100 films were best reviewed in 2017, and there were gems across genres—and languages—this year.

The list should be taken with a grain of salt. The Rotten Tomatoes formula of quantifying movies on the basis of "fresh" or "rotten" critic reviews has been criticized by cinephiles and many in the movie biz.

Some movies, by design, are more inclined to please more viewers while some of the strongest and most influential filmmaking can be inherently divisive. Moreover, the blanketed "fresh" or "rotten" judging system does not factor in the varying shades of quality.

Still, Rotten Tomatoes ensured every movie, whether it be Dunkirk, Wonder Woman, Logan or Spider-Man, got a fair shake. Movies were ranked by their adjusted scores, meaning it worked off a ratio of positive reviews to number of reviews overall. So you know you're bound to enjoy just about every movie on its list.

Here, 50 of the best movies of 2017:

1. Get Out

2. The Big Sick

3. Dunkirk

4. Wonder Woman

5. Lady Bird

6. Logan

7. Baby Driver

8. Star Wars: The Last Jedi

9. Coco

10. Thor: Ragnarok

11. War for Planet of the Apes

12. Spider-Man: Homecoming

13. Call Me by Your Name

14. I Am Not Your Negro

15. The Florida Project

16. The Shape of Water

17. The Salesman

18. Hidden Figures

19. Mudbound

20. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

21. The Lego Batman Movie

22. The Disaster Artist

23. My Life as a Zucchini

24. God's Own Country

25. Logan Lucky

26. Faces Places

27. Blade Runner 2049

28. City of Ghosts

29. Truman

30. Kedi

31. Jane

32. After the Storm

33. Lucky

34. BPM (Beats Per Minute)

35. Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

36. The Work

37. The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

38. Quest

39. Dawson City: Frozen Time

40. Columbus

41. Your Name

42. Menashe

43. The Red Turtle

44. I, Daniel Blake

45. In This Corner of the World

46. Graduation

47. Whose Streets?

48. A Ghost Story

49. The Meyerowtiz Stories

50. Stronger

For the other 50, head over to Rotten Tomatoes.

h/t Decider