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Best of 2016: Biggest Misses

This is a new category on my Best of Year series. Biggest Misses of the year is an answer to some frequently asked questions asking about some films, which aren’t on the list. It’s the list of my biggest regret of the year for not having able to watch these films, which turns out great in 2016… and here’s 20 Biggest Misses of 2016!

04-love-and-friendship20. Love & Friendship (Whit Stillman)

High-Rise (Ben Wheatley)
19. High-Rise (Ben Wheatley)

Queen of Katwe (Mira Nair)
18. Queen of Katwe (Mira Nair)

Julieta (Pablo Almodovar)
17. Julieta (Pablo Almodovar)

Christine (Antonio Campos)
16. Christine (Antonio Campos)

I, Daniel Blake (Ken Loach)
15. I, Daniel Blake (Ken Loach)

Demon (Marcin Wrona)
14. Demon (Marcin Wrona)

Morris from America (Chad Hartigan)
13. Morris from America (Chad Hartigan)

Valley of Love (Guillaume Nicloux)
12. Valley of Love (Guillaume Nicloux)

The Love Witch (Anna Biller)
11. The Love Witch (Anna Biller)

American Honey (Andrea Arnold)
10. American Honey (Andrea Arnold)

Krisha (Trey Edward Shults)
09. Krisha (Trey Edward Shults)

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08. Things to Come (Mia Hansen-Løve)

The Edge of Seventeen (Kelly Fremon Craig)
07. The Edge of Seventeen (Kelly Fremon Craig)

Jackie (Pablo Larrain)
06. Jackie (Pablo Larrain)

20th Century Women (Mike Mills)
05. 20th Century Women (Mike Mills)

Lion (Garth Davis)
04. Lion (Garth Davis)

Hidden Figures (Theodore Melfi)
03. Hidden Figures (Theodore Melfi)

Paterson (Jim Jarmusch)
02. Paterson (Jim Jarmusch)

Silence (Martin Scorsese)
01. Silence (Martin Scorsese)


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5 thoughts on “Best of 2016: Biggest Misses”

  1. I’ve missed a handful of these movies as well. I plan on watching Hidden Figures and American Honey before compiling my top 10 list though. Christine is another one I keep hearing great things about, but it was in theaters for like…a week maybe.

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