EOY 2016 - Critics' lists

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Postby granit » Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:35 am

First top from Uncut Magazine (UK) :

20 Youth
19 Suburra
18 Everybody Wants some!!
17 High Rise
16 The hateful Eight
15 Victoria (S. Shipper)
14 Love & Friendship
13 Hell or High Water
12 Hail, Caesar!
11 Anomalisa
10 Mustang
09 Julieta
08 I, Daniel Blake
07 Paterson
06 A Bigger Splash
05 Spotlight
04 The big short
03 Son of Saul
02 The Revenant
01 Nocturnal Animals

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Postby granit » Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:39 am

Top of french magazine Telerama (also the program of Telerama festival in January )

- Elle – Paul Verhoeven
- Moi, Daniel Blake – Ken Loach
- Caf​é​ Society – Woody Allen
- Juste la fin du monde – Xavier Dolan
- Julieta – Pedro Almodovar
- Toni Erdmann – Maren Ade
- Frantz – François Ozon
- La Tortue rouge – Michael Dudok de Wit
- Les Ogres – Léa Fehner
- Paterson – Jim Jarmusch
- Aquarius – Kleber Mendonça Filho
- Nocturama – Bertrand Bonello
- Midnight Special – Jeff Nichols
- Victoria – Justine Triet
- L’​E​conomie du couple – Joa​chim Lafosse

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Postby granit » Fri Nov 25, 2016 7:24 pm

Empire Magazine (UK) top 10 :

01 Hunt For The Wilderpeople
02 Arrival
03 Hell Or High Water
04 Captain America: Civil War
05 Victoria
06 The Hateful Eight
07 Kubo & The Two Strings
08 The Revenant
09 Spotlight
10 Green Room

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Postby ordinaryperson » Tue Nov 29, 2016 10:32 pm

Cahiers du Cinema

1. Toni Erdmann
2. Elle
3. The Neon Demon
4. Aquarius
5. Ma Loute
6. Julieta
7. Rester Vertical
8. La Loi de la jungle
9. Carol
10. Le bois dont les rêves sont faits
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Postby ordinaryperson » Tue Nov 29, 2016 10:56 pm

National Board of Review
Best Film:
Manchester By the Sea

Top 10 Films:
Arrival
Hacksaw Ridge
Hail,Caesar!
Hell or High Water
Hidden Figures
La La Land
Moonlight
Patriots Day
Silence
Sully

Top 10 Independent Films:
20th Century Woman
Captain Fantastic
Creative Control
Eye in the Sky
The Fits
Green Room
Hello, My Name is Doris
Krisha
Morris From America
Sing Street

Best Foreign Language Film:
The Salesman

Top 5 Foreign Films:
Elle
The Handmaiden
Julieta
Land of Mine
Neruda

Best Documentary:
O.J.: Made in America

Top 5 Documentaries
De Palma
The Eagle Huntress
Gleason
Life, Animated
Miss Sharon Jones!
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Postby ordinaryperson » Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:43 pm

Sight and Sound

1. Toni Erdmann
2. Moonlight
3. Elle
4. Certain Woman
5. American Honey
6. I, Daniel Blake
7. Manchester by the Sea
8. Things to Come
9. Paterson
10. The Death of Louis XIV
11. Personal Shopper
12. Sieranevada
13. Fire at Sea
14. Nocturama
15. Julieta
16. La La Land
17. Cameraperson
18. Love & Friendship
19. Aquarius
20. Victoria
21. Embrace the Serpent
22. Everybody Wants Some!!
23. Evolution
24. Hell or High Water
25. O.J.: Made in America
26. Lemonade
27. Nocturnal Animals
28. The Ornithologist
29. Raw
30. Neruda
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Postby Dexter » Thu Dec 08, 2016 2:42 am

Rolling Stone's 20 Best Movies of 2016
by Peter Travers
http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/list ... 16-w452453

In 2016, Hollywood showed us a world where black lives matter, a musical had meaning, young filmmakers could strut their stuff alongside the classic likes of Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood, and the Coen brothers – and no subject was too hot to handle. Here are 20 movies that reminded us that the best of cinema, whether studio-financed or independently-produced, is capable of lots of things beyond sequels, prequels, remakes, retreads and the Marvel Comic Universe.

20. 'Zootopia'
Animation was on a roll in 2016 – this was the year of Finding Dory, Kubo and the Two Strings, The Secret Life of Pets, Sausage Party and Sing. But none took fuller measure of the possibilities of the form than this look at an animal kingdom where predators, who once lived in peace, revert to attack mode. The kids will love the cute bunny and the fox. But grownups may find that the resulting rush of politics, prejudice, persecution and wall building resonate disturbingly for the Trump era. There's something for everyone here.

19. '13th'
There were powerful documentaries this year, including O.J.: Made in America, Weiner, Tower, Cameraperson and I Am Not Your Negro. But for me, the most explosive is Ava DuVernay's incendiary take on the 13th amendment, the one enacted in 1865 that supposedly guaranteed racial equality and outlawed involuntary servitude in the U.S. Watch it and weep.

18. 'Toni Erdmann'
The year's best and most brilliant foreign-language film – sorry, Elle, Julieta and The Handmaiden – is this fierce flamethrower from the great German writer-director Maren Ade. Peter Simonischek and Sandra Hüller are superb as a divorced piano teacher and his ambitious corporate daughter, united in depression and mutual disgust. Did I mention that Ade's film is comedy? It is, with laughs that stick in the throat, the kind that's so funny it hurts.

17. 'The Edge of Seventeen'
Box-office has been quiet for Kelly Fremon Craig's debut film, which means some of you are missing out on the year's most hilarious and heartfelt rager. Hailee Steinfeld, already an Oscar nominee for True Grit, is a volcanic, hormonal wonder as a pain in the ass named Nadine, an angry teen who gives hell to everyone around her – except for a teacher (a terrific Woody Harrelson) who won't take her shit. Craig and Steinfeld shoot down coming-of-age cliches on sight. Find this movie and hold it close. You can't miss seeing yourself in it.

16. 'De Palma'
OK, it's not so much a movie as a bull session that filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow conduct on camera with contentious, no-filter director Brian De Palma. With perfectly chosen clips from the veteran filmmaker's career highs (Carrie, Scarface, The Untouchables Dressed to Kill, Blow Out) and lows (The Bonfire of the Vanities, The Fury, Mission to Mars), the film is an impure education for De Palma geeks and newbies.

15. 'Arrival'
For those who are disappointed that the close encounter Amy Adams has with aliens in Arrival is about communication instead of global annihilation, I can offer no comfort. Except to say that the contemplative tone taken by director Denis Villeneuve and the full commitment Adams brings to a role of ever-surprising layers result in a movie that stays with you long after you leave the multiplex.

14. 'Everybody Wants Some!!'
Richard Linklater makes movies, from Dazed and Confused to Boyhood and the "Before" trilogy, that never show off but keep showing up in our memory. There's nothing here but Linklater taking us back to 1980 as a handful of baseball jocks start a new year at a small Texas University. They listen to music, smoke weed, get laid – and somehow remind us of our first exhilarating taste on freedom.

13. 'Paterson'
So great to have Jim Jarmusch back in classic form with this minimalist mesmerizer about a New Jersey bus driver and poet named Paterson who lives in Paterson. Too twee? No worries. He's played by Adam Driver, a sublime actor who stays alert to every nuance as Jarmusch follows the film's hero, hanging out with his Iranian wife (rocker Golshifteh Farahani) and turning his daily encounters into verse that celebrates the mysteries of the everyday. That's Jarmusch in a nutshell – and a pure pleasure to watch.

12. 'Love and Friendship'
Maybe because it opened way back in May, Whit Stillman's elegantly barbed take on Jane Austen's 1794 novella is being forgotten in the year-end prize-giving season. Wake up, people. Kate Beckinsale gives one of the year's best performances as a widow forced to use everything – sex, thievery, betrayal, you name it – to stay independent in a man's world. And Academy voters are hereby advised not to forget the pricelessly funny Tom Bennett as a wealthy idiot who blathers on about peas and what he calls "the 12 Commandments."

11. 'Hail, Caesar!'
How to explain my passion for this Hollywood comedy from the Coen brothers, a whoosh of farce and spiritual dread? Would that it t'were so simple. It's basically a day in the life off a studio cop (Josh Brolin) who's job is to wrangle a nutjob star (George Clooney), a knocked-up swimming diva (Scarlett Johansson), a Commie song-and-dance man (Channing Tatum, pure perfection) and a drawling cowboy (Alden Ehrenreich, also perfection) forced to play a sophisticate by a tyrant of a Brit director (Ralph Fiennes). I couldn't have liked it more.

10. 'The Birth of a Nation'
One of the damn shames of this movie year is the way director Nate Parker's incendiary telling of the 1831 slave rebellion led by Nat Turner (a stellar Parker) got lost in the controversy over the charges against Parker for sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman at Penn State in 1999. He was acquitted at trial, but the court of public opinion has left a flawed yet formidable film struggling for the wide audience it deserves.

9. 'Hell or High Water'
David Mackenzie's modern-day Western doesn't do anything new – but it does everything right. Chris Pine and Ben Foster play West Texas brothers who come up against the law in the person of Jeff Bridges at his sly, old-coot best. It's a B movie, raised to the level of rough art.

8. 'Loving'
Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga excel as Richard and Mildred Loving, the mixed-race couple whose 1958 marriage got them arrested in Virginia and whose legal fight became a civil rights landmark. The young Arkansas director Jeff Nichols may join the ranks of Eastwood and Scorsese if he continues to craft films as stirring as this one.

7. 'Sully'
Clint Eastwood's brand of classic, no-bullshit filmmaking finds perfect form as a beautifully understated Tom Hanks plays Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, the hero pilot who ditched his disabled plane on the Hudson River and saved the lives of all on board. Job well done. That goes for the man and the movie.

6. 'Jackie'
Jackie Kennedy has been so microscopically examined in the media that you wonder what else is there to tell. And then you see her in Jackie, in the days following JFK's assassination, and you think you hardly knew her. Such is the revelatory vision of Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín and the astonishing Natalie Portman in the title role.

5. 'Silence'
Martin Scorsese's passion project (in development since 1990) follows two Portuguese Jesuits (Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) to 17th-century Japan, where they search for their mentor priest (Liam Neeson) and risk torture and death for preaching Christianity. Matters of faith and its meaning in a material world have long obsessed Scorsese. Silence is alternately brutal and cerebral. Some may balk at grappling with moral ambiguity for two and a half hours. Who needs them. Scorsese has crafted a film of potent provocation and fervent heart.

4. 'Fences'
What a triumph for Denzel Washington, who directs and stars in the film version of the stage success by the late, great August Wilson. Washington is monumental as a former Negro League baseball player now collecting garbage in Pittsburgh and roaring against anything that challenges his authority as husband and father. Viola Davis is Oscar material as his wife. The film betrays its origins as a play. But what a play. And you won't see performance fireworks like this anywhere.

3. 'Moonlight'
Three wonderful actors (Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders and Trevante Rhodes) play the same boy at different stages of growing up black, gay and alienated in the Miami projects. Director Barry Jenkins handles every aspect of filmmaking, from dialogue to visuals, like the young master he is.

2. 'Manchester by the Sea'
Casey Affleck gives the performance of the year as a Boston janitor faced with unspeakable tragedy. In only his third film, writer-director Kenneth Lonergan cuts to the core of what makes us human and gives us the strength to carry on.

1. 'La La Land'
A musical as movie of the year? You bet your ass. Damien Chazelle directs this rapturous song-and-dance romance as if cinema was invented for him to play with – and for us to get high on. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling hit career peaks as lovers who try to make their creative dreams come true on the mean, art-fearing streets of the New Hollywood. La La Land swings for the fences. Chazelle puts his heart right out there where hipsters can mock him as tragically untrendy. He's not. He's an innovator, a fresh talent who puts technique in the service of feeling and makes the future of film seem like a bright prospect.

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Postby granit » Thu Dec 08, 2016 9:10 pm

Entertainment Weekly

20. Doctor Strange
19. Fences
18. The Invitation
17. Toni Erdmann
16. Elle
15. American Honey
14. Jackie
13. 20th Century Women
12. Moana
11. Fireworks Wednesday
10. Captain America: Civil War
09. Sing Street
08. Weiner
07. Midnight Special
06. The Handmaiden
05. Hell Or High Water
04. The Lobster
03. Manchester By The Sea
02. Moonlight
01. La La Land

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Postby granit » Thu Dec 08, 2016 9:11 pm

Washington Post

1. “Moonlight”
2. “Manchester By the Sea”
3. “Hell or High Water”
4. “The Confirmation”
5. “O.J.: Made in America”
6. “Cameraperson”
7. “La La Land”
8. “Lemonade”
9. “13th”
10. “Southside With You”

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Postby granit » Thu Dec 08, 2016 9:12 pm

Variety
Owen Gleiberman
1. La La Land
2. Hell or High Water
3. Manchester by the Sea
4. I Am Not Your Negro
5. Jackie
6. Sully
7. Don’t Think Twice
8. Snowden
9. Deadpool
10. Patriots Day

Peter Debruge
1. Hell or High Water
2. Moonlight
3. Miles Ahead
4. Toni Erdmann
5. Christine
6. Elle
7. Fences
8. La La Land
9. Your Name
10. Paterson

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Postby granit » Thu Dec 08, 2016 9:14 pm

Vulture

1. La La Land
2. Hell or High Water
3. 20th Century Women
4. Krisha
5. O.J.: Made in America
6. Moonlight
7. The Witness
8. The Handmaiden
9. Tower
10. Zero Days

11. Loving
12. Toni Erdmann
13. Silence
14. Don’t Think Twice
15. The Fits
16. Little Men

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Postby granit » Thu Dec 08, 2016 9:15 pm

Time Magazine

10. The Shallows
9. Everybody Wants Some!!
8. La La Land
7. Tower
6. Manchester by the Sea
5. Silence
4. Elle
3. Loving
2. Paterson
1. Moonlight

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Postby ordinaryperson » Fri Dec 09, 2016 2:47 am

AFI

Arrival
Fences
Hacksaw Ridge
Hell or High Water
La La Land
Manchester by the Sea
Moonlight
Silence
Sully
Zootopia
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Postby ordinaryperson » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:29 pm

New York Times

Manohla Dargis
10. From the Notebook Of
09. 13th
08. The Handmaiden
07. Arrival
06. I Am Not Your Negro
05. My Golden Days
04. O.J.: Made in America
03. Moonlight
02. Toni Erdmann
01. No Home Movie

A.O. Scott
10. Elle and Things to Come (tie)
09. A Bigger Splash
08. Sausage Party
07. Aquarius
06. American Honey
05. Aferim!
04. Cameraperson
03. Toni Erdmann
02. O.J.: Made in America
01. Moonlight

Stephan Holden
09. Aquarius
08. Elle
07. Fire at Sea
06. Neon Bull
05. Manchester by the Sea
04. Embrace the Serpent
03. American Honey
02. O.J.: Made in America
01. Moonlight
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Postby antonius » Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:33 pm

The AV Club

http://www.avclub.com/article/20-best-films-2016-247433

20. Louder Than Bombs
19. Jackie
18. Midnight Special
17. Right Now, Wrong Then
16. The Witch
15. Everybody Wants Some
14. The Fits
13. Silence
12. American Honey
11. Elle
10. The Lobster
9. Paterson
8. Toni Erdmann
7. Arrival
6. The Handmaiden
5. Hell Or High Water
4. La La Land
3. Green Room
2. Moonlight
1. Manchester By The Sea

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Postby Romain » Mon Dec 19, 2016 6:13 pm

Le Figaro
http://www.lefigaro.fr/cinema/2016/12/1 ... e-2016.php
Carol, de Todd Haynes
The Revenant, d'Alejandro Inarritu
Les Ogres, de Léa Fehner
Elle, de Paul Verhoeven
Toni Erdmann, de Maren Ade
Comancheria, de David Mackenzie
Aquarius, de Kleber Mendonça Filho
Sully, de Clint Eastwood
Baccalauréat, de Cristian Mungiu
Manchester by the Sea, de Kenneth Lonergan

GQ magazine
http://www.gqmagazine.fr/pop-culture/ci ... 2016/48587
10 - Grimsby - Agent trop spécial de Louis Leterrier
9 - Diamant noir d'Arthur Harari
8 - Rester Vertical d'Alain Guiraudie
7 - The Assassin de Hou Hsiao-hsien
6 - Anomalisa de Charlie Kaufman et Duke Johnson
5 - Paterson de Jim Jarmusch
4 - La Loi de la jungle d'Antonin Peretjatko
3 - Elle de Paul Verhoeven
2 - Ma Loute de Bruno Dumont
1 - Toni Erdmann de Maren Ade

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Postby antonius » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:52 am

Knack Focus

http://focus.knack.be/entertainment/fil ... 91561.html

10. A QUIET PASSION - Terence Davies (GB)
9. ARRIVAL - Denis Villeneuve (CDN)
8. ELLE - Paul Verhoeven (F-NL)
7. PATERSON - Jim Jarmusch (VS)
6. NOCTURAMA - Bertrand Bonello (F)
5. TONI ERDMANN - Maren Ade (D)
4. BACALAUREAT - Christian Mungiu (RO)
3. THE NEON DEMON - Nicolas Winding Refn (DK)
2. THE ASSASSIN - Hou Hsiao-Hsien (T)
1. CAROL - Todd Haynes (VS)

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Postby Petri » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:01 am

The Hollywood Reporter
Critics' Picks: The 10 Best Foreign-Language Films of 2016
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/critics-picks-10-best-foreign-language-films-2016-957213/item/aquarius-critics-picks-best-foreign-films-957195
1. Elle (France)
2. Toni Erdmann (Germany)
3. The Handmaiden (South Korea)
4. Being 17 (France)
5. The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki (Finland)
6. Neruda (Chile)
7. From Afar (Venezuela)
8. Things to Come (France)
9. Aferim! (Romania)
10. Aquarius (Brazil)

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Postby ordinaryperson » Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:47 am

Village Voice

01. Moonlight
02. Manchester by the Sea
03. Toni Erdmann
04. Paterson
05. O.J.: Made in America
06. La La Land
07. Elle
08. The Handmaiden
09. Cameraperson
10. Certain Woman
11. Cemetery of Splendor
12. No Home Movie
13. The Lobster
14. Arrival
15. Hell or High Water
16. Silence
17. Jackie
18. American Honey
19. Love & Friendship
20. Things to Come
21. I am Not Your Negro
22. Happy Hour
23. Everybody Wants Some!!
24. Right Now, Wrong Then
25. 13th
26. 20th Century Woman
27. The Fits
28. The Love Witch
29. Green Room
30. Fire at Sea
31. Loving
32. The Neon Demon
33. The Witch
34. Hail, Caesar!
35. Sing Street
36. Tower
37. Fences
38. Aquarius
39. Knight of Cups
40. Weiner
41. Sunset Song
42. Hunt for the Wilderpeople
43. The Edge of Seventeen
44. Sully
45. The Other Side
46. I, Daniel Blake
47. My Golden Days
48. Embrace of the Serpent
49. The Nice Guys
50. Julieta
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Postby Romain » Tue Dec 27, 2016 8:38 am

Les Inrocks'
http://www.lesinrocks.com/2016/12/13/ci ... -11887019/

1 Elle - Film de Paul Verhoeven
2 Victoria - Film de Justine Triet
3 Un jour avec, un jour sans (Jigeumeun matgo geuttaeneun teullida) - Film de Hong Sang-soo
4 Aquarius - Film de Kleber Mendonça Filho
5 Rester vertical - Film de Alain Guiraudie
6 Kaili Blues (Lu bian ye can) - Film de Bi Gan
7 Toni Erdmann - Film de Maren Ade
8 L'ornithologue (O Ornitólogo) - Film de João Pedro Rodrigues
9 Nocturama - Film de Bertrand Bonello
10 L'Avenir - Film de Mia Hansen-Løve
11 Manchester by the Sea - Film de Kenneth Lonergan
12 Midnight Special - Film de Jeff Nichols
13 The Assassin (Nie Yinniang) - Film de Hou Hsiao-Hsien
14 Julieta - Film de Pedro Almodovar
15 Carol - Film de Todd Haynes
16 Les 8 Salopards (The Hateful Eight) - Film de Quentin Tarantino
17 Everybody Wants Some !! - Film de Richard Linklater
18 Homeland, Irak année zéro : Partie 1 - Avant la chute (Homeland (Iraq Year Zero)) - Documentaire de Abbas Fahdel
19 Juste la fin du monde - Film de Xavier Dolan
20 Ce sentiment de l'été - Film de Mikhaël Hers

Ecran large
http://www.ecranlarge.com/films/dossier ... -redaction
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Re: EOY 2016 - Critics' lists

Postby antonius » Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:37 pm

K.U.T. Site

http://www.kutsite.com/artikel/dit-was-2016

10. THE JUNGLE BOOK
9. EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT
8. 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
7. ELLE
6. CAROL
5. SHADOW WORLD
4. THE RED TURTLE
3. ARRIVAL
2. THE REVENANT
1. I, DANIEL BLAKE


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