by Austin Yung
With films such as IT, Baby Driver, and Spider-man: Homecoming audiences and movie critics are blown away with none of these movies rated under 80 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. However, 2017 has also had some bombs with movies like The Emoji Movie, The Mummy, and Flatliners scoring poorly. The Mummy ranked the highest out of the three with 16 percent while The Emoji Movie came second with only 10 percent, and Flatliners sadly scored 4 percent. Luckily, 2017 still has a chance to redeem itself with Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League debuting in November, while Star Wars: The Last Jedi makes its first appearance in December.
Next year also has some exciting movies in store for viewers. From Incredibles II, Deadpool 2, Han Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Avengers: Infinity War, Disney is keeping audiences on the edge of their seats with their announced releases. Warner Bros. and Universal Studios also have garnered the attention of movie consumers with news of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and Ready Player One.
This year has left viewers wanting more of the cinematic genius Disney, Warner Bros., and Universal Studios have presented, while 2018 brightens the future with new, intriguing films heading our way.