Pick List : Movies From The First Half of 2017
Welcome to The Pick List. This is the place where i write about the list of my favorite movies according to a certain theme. This time the theme is “Movies From The First Half of 2017”. Listed below may not contain critically best movies, because i pick them according to my personal taste.
So far, from the first six months of 2017 is not really disappointing. It’s not very hard to choose my favorite movies from this time interval. So, here are my 3 favorite movies, check them out.
Wonder Woman (by Petty Jenkins)
Wonder Woman is a subtle humanist movie. It tells a story about Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) fight against Germany Army during the first World War to save mankind.
Like many other superhero movies, Wonder Woman also fulled with twist, explosion, struggle, and fight scenes. But the charming point of the movie is its commitment to idealism and humanity. Wonder Woman arrives just right in time not only to save the world from Ares forever and ever, it probably can saves millions dollars from DC.
A Silent Voice / Koe no Katachi (by Naoko Yamada)
A Silent Voice is a humbly tranquil and modest animation movie. The first feature movie from director Naoko Yamada tells a simple yet complicated story about school life, where there are bullying, frendship, reconciliation, and also romance.
The story revolves around a bully turn into self-alienate boy Shoya Ishida and a hearing-impaired girl Shoko Nishimiya. It has a slow-burning story development with no epic twist, but those what make the movie tranquil and humble. It is a bittersweet drama about love and friendship with beautiful visual animation.
Get Out (by Jordan Peele)
This is a well-shifting multi genre movie, it ocassionally funny and thrilling, and the tone is like automatically adjust into each scene. The story of this movie is about a young photographer named Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) who is going to his girlfriend house, Rose (Allison William).
Chris is a black man who wants to connect to Rose’s parents who are liberal white peoples. Get Out is an agile entertainment with tight social and cultural observation. It offers a social problem, and the asnwer is the human themselves.