The Good, The Best and The Underrated
This isn’t a collection of the most popular films last year but a guide for some freshly buried gold. With all the big box office superheroes and award crushing beauties, it’s easy to get distracted and miss out on some real gems.
2016 was a rich year for cinema, even beyond the bodybuilding monster killers. It introduced us to a feature-length first person shooter, a bus driving poet, some serious Korean seduction and a man trying to dream in South America.