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As we drag ourselves, bloodied and limping across the finish line of 2017, there’s little to celebrate at year’s end in the world outside the movie theater, except for Fyre Festival which is still the greatest and funniest thing ever. But inside the popcorny passageways of our local multiplexes and the hallowed halls of our local arthouses, it’s been a different story — one that may not have led to the kind of clear consensus winners of previous years (even awards season seems unusually open) but that points to a general breadth of quality that is, we believe, reflected here in our Best Films of the Year poll.

That was also partly because this was the biggest Christmas poll we’ve ever conducted with over 30 regular contributors submitting their top tens to us, which were then aggregated into the list below. As ever, timing makes the placement of certain films tricky: who knows if “ Star Wars: The Last Jedi ” might have cracked the top 25, or if “ Phantom Thread ” would have been higher, if more of us had been able to see them in time (we tried to contact Disney-Lucasfilm and Annapurna to suggest they move the release dates, but I guess maybe they were out of battery because they numbers they gave us didn’t seem to work).

Okay, then! Draw the blinds and put your phones on silent and check out our 25 Best Films of 2017 — one reliable repository of joy and comfort in a year without much of either, except for the failure of the Juicero Press.

this has potential to be the worst photo of something ever posted on here and that’s saying a lot.  it shouldn’t matter though because what you have before you is the world’s best father’s day gift.  it’s called an igrill and it’s a meat thermometer that notifies your phone when your meat is ready.  it has pre-made settings to cook whatever you want, but you can also create your own settings.  it’s badass and something every grill expert needs – unless you’re an old curmudgeon that insists on guessing when your meat is ready or using some ancient grill technique you learned from your grandfather or someone really old.

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As we drag ourselves, bloodied and limping across the finish line of 2017, there’s little to celebrate at year’s end in the world outside the movie theater, except for Fyre Festival which is still the greatest and funniest thing ever. But inside the popcorny passageways of our local multiplexes and the hallowed halls of our local arthouses, it’s been a different story — one that may not have led to the kind of clear consensus winners of previous years (even awards season seems unusually open) but that points to a general breadth of quality that is, we believe, reflected here in our Best Films of the Year poll.

That was also partly because this was the biggest Christmas poll we’ve ever conducted with over 30 regular contributors submitting their top tens to us, which were then aggregated into the list below. As ever, timing makes the placement of certain films tricky: who knows if “ Star Wars: The Last Jedi ” might have cracked the top 25, or if “ Phantom Thread ” would have been higher, if more of us had been able to see them in time (we tried to contact Disney-Lucasfilm and Annapurna to suggest they move the release dates, but I guess maybe they were out of battery because they numbers they gave us didn’t seem to work).

Okay, then! Draw the blinds and put your phones on silent and check out our 25 Best Films of 2017 — one reliable repository of joy and comfort in a year without much of either, except for the failure of the Juicero Press.

this has potential to be the worst photo of something ever posted on here and that’s saying a lot.  it shouldn’t matter though because what you have before you is the world’s best father’s day gift.  it’s called an igrill and it’s a meat thermometer that notifies your phone when your meat is ready.  it has pre-made settings to cook whatever you want, but you can also create your own settings.  it’s badass and something every grill expert needs – unless you’re an old curmudgeon that insists on guessing when your meat is ready or using some ancient grill technique you learned from your grandfather or someone really old.

As we drag ourselves, bloodied and limping across the finish line of 2017, there’s little to celebrate at year’s end in the world outside the movie theater, except for Fyre Festival which is still the greatest and funniest thing ever. But inside the popcorny passageways of our local multiplexes and the hallowed halls of our local arthouses, it’s been a different story — one that may not have led to the kind of clear consensus winners of previous years (even awards season seems unusually open) but that points to a general breadth of quality that is, we believe, reflected here in our Best Films of the Year poll.

That was also partly because this was the biggest Christmas poll we’ve ever conducted with over 30 regular contributors submitting their top tens to us, which were then aggregated into the list below. As ever, timing makes the placement of certain films tricky: who knows if “ Star Wars: The Last Jedi ” might have cracked the top 25, or if “ Phantom Thread ” would have been higher, if more of us had been able to see them in time (we tried to contact Disney-Lucasfilm and Annapurna to suggest they move the release dates, but I guess maybe they were out of battery because they numbers they gave us didn’t seem to work).

Okay, then! Draw the blinds and put your phones on silent and check out our 25 Best Films of 2017 — one reliable repository of joy and comfort in a year without much of either, except for the failure of the Juicero Press.


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