Live Poll: IMDb Poll Board Top 5 Picks for 2017

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Each user below has selected their own five favorite movies of 2017. Which list do you personally agree with the most?

Note: The lists below are not a ranked top 5 list. Users chose different ways to assemble their personal list.

List: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls027833670/

Poll: http://www.imdb.com/poll/H0Ik1CaTWrY/
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1. Lucky
2. Blade Runner 2049
3. Get Out
4. The Florida Project
5. Baby Driver

There are still some to catch up on but I won't be able to do that soon. At least I had to see The Florida Project, with ruby campaigning for it :). It was worth it.
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Added, with so many people picking the Florida Project I might have to give it a go. 
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At least I had to see The Florida Project, with ruby campaigning for it :)

Lol. 

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine joked with me that I was verging on the obnoxious about that movie, and if that film was my boyfriend, she would hate him. :)  Then she saw the film and said, "Wow, I kind of think I now understand your obsession," lol.  

(I'm glad you liked it, alb.) 

Oh my gosh, I really need to see 'Lucky.' That's been on the top of my to-see list for so long. 'So many great ingredients. 
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We're here to share and inspire passion for movies after all, I appreciate your 'obsession'. :)

The children in The Florida Project were so great, especially Brooklynn Prince. But they also felt natural because they were allowed to act in the way children would do, most movies just treat children as fodder for emotional payoffs with adults.

I also liked the fact that the movie wasn't plotted down to death but rather focused on the experience in little moments. I hope it isn't revealing too much to say that Lucky has the same quality.
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I also liked the fact that the movie wasn't plotted down to death but rather focused on the experience in little moments.

'Very well said, indeed. You're so right about how children are usually used in films, as well. 

And now 'Lucky' went from number two on my "to-see" list to number one. :)