An atypically reserved work for Laika, Missing Link is nonetheless another utterly delightful triumph.
Bar none, these films are the most humblest.
Before we begin the countdown, let’s take a look at the year’s best individual scenes.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Box Office Takings, Deepwater Horizon springs a money leak, Masterminds are inept, everybody wanted a taste of American Honey, and Other Box Office News.
The Magnificent Seven successfully defends the box office from viewer apathy, Storks delivers a middle child, The Dressmaker is driven out of town, The Queen of Katwe is put in check, and Other Box Office News.
Blair Witch unspools, Bridget Jones is left all by herself, Snowden fails to generate sustained public interest (just like the real Snowden), audiences don’t Let Hope Rise or take Mr. to Church, and Other Box Office News.
Historically awful weekend where nothing of interest happens upholds that fine tradition, and Other Box Office News.
Audiences use all of their senses to see Don’t Breathe, Mechanic is semi-successfully resurrected, some people are now going to the Southside with You, Hands of Stone has Feet of Lead, and Other Box Office News.
War Dogs comes up big short, Kubo’s Two Strings snap, the new Ben-Hur is left to drown, and Other Box Office News.
Dory finds the money, a Johnson is not the only big thing that Central Intelligence has, people are scared of the Clown, the world of Warcraft is coming to a quick end, and Other Box Office News.