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Poll: What was the best film of 2016?

Poll: What was the best film of 2016?

Our poll this week is simply inspired by our InSession Film Awards, which we’ll be diving into this weekend on Episode 204. 2016 was a year where mainstream blockbusters may have disappointed, but the indie circuit was stellar. And consistent. February saw the likes of The Witch, Deadpool and Hail, Caesar starting off the year on a great foot. And now here we are celebrating the likes of Moonlight and La La Land. Say what you want about 2016, but film had some great experiences to offer that we hope you enjoyed as much as we did.

On that note, what was the best film of 2016? Vote now!


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7 Comments

  1. Al Robinson

    I voted for La La Land, but haven’t yet seen Silence or Patriots Day. Gonna see both of those this coming weekend.

    • JD Duran

      Thanks for voting Al! Yeah, I at least need to see Silence before I finish my Top 10 list.

      • Al Robinson

        You’re welcome JD. Are you close to having seen everything?

        • JD Duran

          Yeah, at least the ones available to me. I still want to see Paterson but won’t get it until next weekend or the week after.

          • Al Robinson

            Oh yeah, Paterson. Do you count that as a 2016 or 2017 release? Either way, I agree. I want to see that as well. Adam Driver is turning into a “must-see” actor.

          • JD Duran

            I’m sure Brendan and I will discuss that this week but we typically go by its limited release date which would be 2016. I agree though, he’s an actor I always look forward to seeing.

          • Al Robinson

            Nice. Jim Jarmusch has been an interesting filmmaker so far for the few of his I’ve seen. I can see Adam Driver fitting right in with his sentimentalities.