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AFI's Top 10 Movies of the Year from 'La La Land' to 'Zootopia'

AFI's Top 10 Movies of the Year from 'La La Land' to 'Zootopia'

The American Film Institute has released its annual list of the top ten movies of the year and it has some of the films we can expect to see throughout awards season!

Of course making an appearance on the list is Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling‘s film La La Land, which hits theaters this weekend in limited release.

Also chosen for the list is the animated movie Zootopia, which definitely will help its chances in the Best Animated Feature category at the Oscars.

AFI also announced its list of the top ten television programs of the year and some of our new favorite series like NBC’s This Is Us and Netflix’s The Crown made the cut.

Click inside now to see the full lists…

Films

Arrival
Fences
Hacksaw Ridge
Hell or High Water
La La Land
Manchester by the Sea
Moonlight
Silence
Sully
Zootopia

Television Programs

The Americans
Atlanta
Better Call Saul
The Crown
Game of Thrones
The Night Of
The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
Stranger Things
This Is Us
Veep

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  • Syzygy

    meh. there were WAY better films & tv shows than these this year.

  • HG

    Just curious, what movies did you think were better? I haven’t been able to watch a lot of films this year. I definitely think Zootopia was the best animated movie I’ve watched this year.

  • Syzygy

    um I’d recommend some really incredible but non-mainstream films like Captain Fantastic, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, etc. in tv shows, I’d recommend Narcos & Vikings. In animation, Finding Dory and Secret life of Pets were pretty great too!

  • Just Saying

    Kubo and the Two Strings, Trolls, Finding Dory were way better than Zootopia, but since neither reached a billon dollars the academy will just asume Zootopia deserve the Oscar. Hunt For the Wilderpeople was amazing but is not an american film so it won’t win any “big” awards.

  • HG

    I hear Hunt for the Wilderpeople is incredible. Definitely on my to-watch list. Kubo’s aesthetic and design were great. I loved Finding Dory, but I just liked Zootopia’s storyline more. I thought Finding Dory was 10x better than Finding Nemo though. And actually, Finding Dory passed the billion dollar mark and surpassed Zootopia. :)

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  • Tastes like candy

    You’re welcome to your own opinions but the consensus strongly disagrees that any of those films were “way better” than Zootopia!

  • Tastes like candy

    Finding Dory was a film that from the start was expected to make over one billion. Zootopia wasn’t. And even with a higher budget and much higher marketing Dory only surpassed Zootopia by a very small four million world wide! That isn’t something to brag about, it’s pretty shameful film for a film that was spotted to be bigger than Frozen.

  • HG

    Oh, my comment wasn’t meant to be a slight on Zootopia in any way. As I said before, Zootopia was definitely my favorite animated film of the year. I liked Finding Dory a lot, but I liked Zootopia more. The reason why I brought up the box office numbers was because the previous user said the only reason Finding Dory and Kubo wouldn’t win the Oscar because none of them reached 1 billion dollars which isn’t true. :)

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