By Caio Coletti
As much as 2016 was a year packed with long expected films and welcome surprises, 2017 is poised to be a much better year for cinephiles everywhere. From the long awaited return of great filmmakers to reboots of classic films, cinema has some great titles lined up for movie aficionados to enjoy during the coming year, especially if you’re into genre filmmaking and prestige dramas.
The following selection seeks to find something for every taste, so you can pick whichever flavor of cinema you feel like getting excited for. As 2017 starts to show its colors, we have a whole palette of them lined up for you – pick and choose at your pleasure.
10. The Beguiled (Sofia Coppola)
Another great director who’s been MIA for some time now, Sofia Coppola hasn’t directed a feature since 2013’s smart teen satire The Bling Ring (we’re not counting A Very Murray Christmas, honestly). She’ll make a comeback with a very unusual project: a remake of 1971’s The Beguiled, a drama with Clint Eastwood as an injured union soldier imprisoned in a Confederate girls’ boarding school.
The original reveled in showing the Eastwood character and a con artist, insinuating himself into each of those woman’s hearts and causing trouble. How Coppola’s version will treat this particular aspect of the original remains to be seen, but she has a stellar cast with her: Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Angourie Rice and Oona Laurence are on board.
The Beguiled is scheduled for June 30 in the US.
9. Trainspotting 2 (Danny Boyle)
Coming 21 years after the original, this belated cinematic sequel is based on the literary continuation of Trainspotting, tentatively titled Porno by author continue…
From:: Taste Of Cinema