In a review of the year’s best and most divisive films, Film Alley lists nine films that may be the most divisive, including some of Hollywood’s most divisive movies in 2017.
The list of films on the list, which is curated by FilmAvengers director and writer of the award-winning series, Michael Rosenbaum, is divided into eight categories.
The first category is the Top 10 Films that were the most controversial, the second the Top 15 Films that made the cut, and the third and fourth are the Top 20 Films that have made the Top 25.
The final category is based on how the film is perceived by the audience.
This year, for example, the top five films on this list were all critical hits.
In the list of top 10 films, only two were not nominated for best picture: The Revenant, which was nominated for the best picture Oscar for best director, and Black Panther, which lost out to a more traditional contender for best actor in a movie.
In 2017, there were a total of eight films that made their way onto the list.
The films that were nominated for this year’s Best Picture Oscar were Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which earned Best Picture nominations for best cinematography and cinematography-by-composition, and La La Land, which won best picture for best screenplay, but failed to receive any of the other two nominations.
A total of four films made their rounds on the other side of the Best Picture Academy voting scale: La La Land was nominated in three categories, Wonder Woman was nominated four categories, and Beasts of No Nation was nominated five categories.
La la Land, Won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Original Score.
Wonder Women, LaLa Land, Beasts of no Nation, Lion won Best Picture and Best Director.
Warcraft won Best Film at the Oscars.
Best Picture Nominees: Warner Bros. $5.6M Warrior: The Last of Us, Warner Bros. $3.4M Avenger: Infinity War, Warner Brothers $2.3M The Revenant $1.5M Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Warner Brother $1.2M Hellboy: The Descent, Warner $1M Best Director Nominee: Ryan Coogler, Marvel $2M The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Warner$1M Best Actor Nomineee: Cate Blanchett, The Hobbit $2,622,500 Best Actress Nomine e: Jessica Chastain, Mad Max: Fury Road $2K Best Supporting Actor Nom e: Steven Spielberg, The Revenants $2N Best Original Score Nom e : Paul Thomas Anderson, La LaLand $1,800,000 The Dark Tower $3,100,000 In addition to the Top Ten Films on the List, the Top 100 films in the list are: The Martian, Warner Music Group $2B Fifty Shades Darker, Disney $2D Laika, Disney$1,500,000* Kong: Skull Island, WarnerMusicGroup $1B The Hobbit, WarnerBrother $1D The Lion King, Warner/AMC$1B