2017 Movies

*Blue denotes directed by a woman

*Red denotes directed by a person of color

*Purple denotes both

  1. Coin Heist (2017) directed by Emily Hagins, written by Emily Hagins, based on the novel by Elisa Ludwig 
  2. The Jungle Book (2016) directed by Jon Favreau, written by Justin Marks
  3. The Little Prince (2015) directed by Mark Osborne, written by Irena Brignull and Bob Persichetti, based of the novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  4. Mr. Pig (2016) directed by Diego Luna, written by Diego Luna and Augusto Mendoza
  5. Ocean’s Twelve (2004) directed by Steven Soderbergh, written by George Nolfi
  6. Spy Next Door (2010) directed by Brian Levant, written by Jonathan Bernstein & James Greer and Gregory Poirier
  7. Miss Sharon Jones (2016) directed by Barbara Kopple
  8. The Invitation (2015) directed by Karyn Kusama, written by Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi
  9. Finding Dory (2016) directed by Andrew Stanton, written Andrew Stanton & Victoria Strouse
  10. Waffle Street (2015) directed by Eshom Nelms & Ian Nelms, written by Autumn McAlpin and Ian Nelms & Eshom Nelms
  11. Sing (2016) directed by Garth Jennings & Christophe Lourdelet, written by Garth Jennings
  12. Maya Angelou: And Still I rise (2017) directed by Bob Hercules & Rita Coburn Whack
  13. Chariots of Fire (1981) directed by Hugh Hudson, written by Colin Welland
  14. What We Do in the Shadows (2014) directed by Jemaine Clement &Taika Waititi, written by Jemaine Clement &Taika Waititi
  15. Burn After Reading (2008) directed by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, written by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
  16. The Man in 3B (2015) directed by Trey Haley, written by Carl Weber
  17. Get Out (2017) directed by Jordan Peele, written by Jordan Peele
  18. Masterminds (2016) directed by Jared Hess, written by Chris Bowman, & Hubbel Palmer and Emily Spivey, Story by Emily Spivey and Chris Bowman, & Hubbel Palmer
  19. Moonlight (2016) directed by Barry Jenkins, written by Barry Jenkins, based on the play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney
  20. The Mummy (1999) directed by Stephen Sommers, written by Stephen Sommers, story by Stephen Sommers and Lloyd Fonvielle & Kevin Jarre
  21. Namour (2016) directed by Heidi Saman, written by Heidi Saman
  22. Deidra and Laney Rob a Train (2017) directed by Sydney Freeland, written by Shelby Farrell
  23. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) directed by Gareth Edwards, written by Chris Weisz and Tony Gilroy, story by John Knoll and Gary Whitta
  24. Reel Injuin (2009) directed by Neil Diamond, Catherine Bainbridge, & Jeremiah Hayes, written by Neil Diamond, Jeremiah Hayes, & Catherine Bainbridge 
  25. Fist Fight (2016) directed by Richie Keen, written by Van Robichaux & Evan Susser, story by Van Robichaux, Evan Susser & Max Greenfield
  26. The Heat (2013) directed by Paul Feig, written by Katie Dippold
  27. Think Like a Man Too (2014) directed by Tim Story, written by David A. Newman & Keith Merryman, based on the book Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man by Steve Harvey
  28. Hidden Figures (2016) directed by Theodore Melfi, written by Allison Schroeder & Theodore Melfi, based on the book Hidden Figures  by Margot Lee Shetterly
  29. The Secret Life of Pets (2016) directed by Chris Renaud and Yarrow Cheney, written by Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio and Brian Lynch
  30. The Giver (2014) directed by Phillip Noyce, written by Michael Mitnick and Robert B. Weide, based on the book The Giver by Lois Lowry
  31. The Seven Five (2014) directed by Tiller Russell
  32. Little Boxes (2016) directed by Rob Meyer, written by Annie J. Howell
  33. Sleight (2017) directed by JD Dillard, written by JD Dillard & Alex Theurer 
  34. Jupiter Ascending (2015) directed by The Wachowskis, written by The Wachowskis
  35. Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016) directed by Malcolm D. Lee, written by Kenya Barris & Tracy Oliver 
  36. Will To Love (2015) directed by Chris Stokes, written by Chaz Echols and Marques Houston & Chris Stokes
  37. Thor: The Dark World (2013) directed by Alan Taylor, written by  Christopher Yost and Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, Story by Don Payne and Robert Rodat
  38. About Last Night (2014) directed by Steven Pink, written by Leslye Headland, based on Sexual Perversity in Chicago by David Mamet and About Last Night written by Tim Kazurinsky and Denise DeClue
  39. 100 Streets (2016) directed by Jim O’Hanlon, written by Leon Butler
  40. Despicable Me 2 (2013) directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud, written by Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio
  41. Think Like a Man (2012) directed by Tim Story, written by David A. Newman & Keith Merryman, based on the book Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man by Steve Harvey
  42. Moana (2016) directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, written by Jared Bush
  43. Baby Driver (2017) directed by Edgar Wright, written by Edgar Wright
  44. Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014) directed by Matthew Vaughn, written by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn, based on the book The Secret Service  by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons
  45. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) directed by Matt Reeves, written by Mark Bomback and Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver, Based on characters by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver and Premise suggested by Planet of the Apes by Pierre Boulle
  46. They Call Us Monsters (2016) directed by Ben Lear
  47. Love & Friendship (2016) directed by Whit Stillman, written by Whit Stillman, based on the novella Lady Susan by Jane Austen
  48. Girls Trip (2017) directed by Malcolm D. Lee, written by Kenya Barris & Tracy Oliver 
  49. Coming to America (1988) directed to John Landis, written by David Sheffield & Barry W. Blaustein, Story by Eddie Murphy
  50. Star Trek Beyond (2016) directed by Justin Lin, written by Simon Pegg & Doug Jung, based on Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry
  51. Our Kind of Traitor (2016) directed by Susanna White, written by Hossein Amini, based on Our Kind of Traitor by John le Carré
  52. Van Helsing (2004) directed by Stephen Sommers, written by Stephen Sommers, based on the character of Van Helsing by Bram Stoker
  53. Wild Wild West (1999) directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, written by S.S. Wilson & Brent Maddock and Jeffrey Price & Peter S. Seaman, story by Jim Thomas & John Thomas
  54. What Happened to Monday (2017) directed by Tommy Wirkola, written by Matt Botkin and Kerry Williamson
  55. Sleepy Hollow (1999) directed by Tim Burton, written by Andrew Kevin Walker, screen story by Kevin Yagher & Andrew Kevin Walker, based on the story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving
  56. Black Hawk Down (2001) directed by Ridley Scott, written by Ken Nolan, based on the book Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War by Mark Bowden
  57. Muted (2014) directed by Rachel Goldberg, written by Brandi Ford
  58. Ni-Ni (2014) directed by Melissa Hickey, written by Melissa Hickey
  59. Drink (2014) directed by Emily Moss Wilson, written by Emily Moss Wilson and Larry Soileau
  60. Confession (2016) directed by Sofia Vyshnevetska, written by Sofia Vyshnevetska
  61. Happy Bird (2016) directed by Osahon Tongo, written by Osahon Tongo
  62. Violet Hour (2014) directed by Mark Allen, written by Mark Allen
  63. Roubado (2014) directed by Erica Watson, written by Erica Watson 
  64. Olde E (2016) directed by Xavier Neal-Burgin, written by Tiara Marshall 
  65. The Haircut (2014) directed by Alexis Ostrander, written by Julia Cox
  66. Skin (2007) directed by Claire McCarthy, written by Claire McCarthy
  67. Unbound (2017) directed by Maggie Mahrt, written byMaggie Mahrt, based on the story “Reeling for the Empire” by Karen Russell
  68. Central Intelligence (2016) directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, written by Ike Barinholtz & David Stassen and Rawson Marshall Thurber, story by Ike Barinholtz & David Stassen
  69. Almost Christmas (2016) directed by David E. Talbert, written by David E. Talbert
  70. Wonder Woman (2017) directed by Patty Jenkins, written by Allan Heinberg, story by Zach Snyder, Allan Heinberg, and Jason Fuchs, based on Wonder Woman by William Moulton Marston
  71. Pop Star: Never Stop, Never Stopping (2016) directed by  Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, written by Andy Samberg,  Akiva Schaffer, & Jorma Taccone’
  72. Thor: Ragnarok (2017) directed by Taika Waititi, written by Eric Pearson and Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost, based on the comics by Stan Lee & Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby 
  73. Sammy Davis Jr.: I Gotta Be Me (2017) directed by Sam Pollard, written by Laurence Maslon
  74. High Fantasy (2017) directed by Jenna Cato Bass, written by Qondiswa James, Nala Khumalo, Francesca Varrie Michel, & Liza Scholtz
  75. Milla (2017) directed by Valérie Massadian, written by Valérie Massadian
  76. Uncover Grandpa (2017) directed by Erik Canuel, written by Jeffrey Alan Schechter
  77. Man From U.N.C.L.E. (2015) directed Guy Ritchie, written by Guy Ritchie & Lionel Wigram, story by Jeff Kleeman & David C. Wilson and Guy Ritchie & Lionel Wigram, based on the television series created by Sam Rolfe
  78. The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017) directed by Patrick Hughes, written by Tom O’Connor
  79. Mind Over Mind: A Schizophrenic’s Diary (2017) directed by Ryan McCabe, written by Ryan McCabe
  80. Barkeater (2017) directed by Colin Bannon, written by Colin Bannon
  81. 10K (2007) directed by Mac Caudill, written by Mac Caudill
  82. Ase (2014) directed by Adeola Adeseun, written by Adeola Adeseun
  83. CARRIE CA$H (2017) directed by Mercy Smith, written by Mercy Smith
  84. The Magnificent Mile (2015) directed by Haley Buntrock
  85. Slice (2012) directed by Karen Kennedy 
  86. A Christmas Prince (2017) directed by Alex Zamm, written by Nathan Atkins
  87. This World Alone (2018) directed by Jordan Noel, written by Hudson Phillips
  88. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) directed by Rian Johnson, written by Rian Johnson
  89. El Camino Christmas (2017) directed by David E. Talbert, written by Theodore Melfi
  90. Miss Me This Christmas (2017) directed by Kenny Young, written by Yvette Foy
  91. You Can’t Fight Christmas (2017) directed by Kenny Young, written by Marnie Martin
  92. Pottersville (2017) directed by Seth Henrikson, written by Daniel Meyer
  93. Three Night Stand (2013) directed by Pat Kiely, written by Pat Kiely
  94. Icarus (2017) directed by Bryan Fogel, written by Bryan Fogel, Jon Bertain, Mark Monroe, and Timothy Rode
  95. The Whole Nine Yards (2000) directed by Jonathan Lynn, written by Mitchell Kapner
  96. Better Living Through Chemistry (2014) directed by Geoff Moore & David Posamentier, written by Geoff Moore & David Posamentier
  97. Kill Me Three Times (2014) directed by Kriv Stenders, written by James McFarland
  98. Gambit (2014) directed by Michael Hoffman, written by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
  99. Looney Tunes: Back In Action (2003) directed by Joe Dante, written by Larry Doyle
  100. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010) directed by Eli Craig, written by Eli Craig and Morgan Jurgenson



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