We are ranking the best drama movies of the year. The 2017 TV series, mainly romantic films, biographical films and costume films, have brought a variety of feelings to the audience. What is the best drama movie of 2017?
The acclaimed "please call me in your name" is undoubtedly one of the best dramas of the year. The 2017 biographical films Marshall, the darkest hour, breathing and so on all have wonderful performances by the best actors in Hollywood. Other outstanding drama movies in 2017 include three generations, Dunkirk, Miss bird, tulip fever and Detroit.
Vote for the best drama movie in 2017. You can also add any drama movie that didn't make the list in 2017. If you want to know more, take a look at the top plot movies in 2020.
Director: Mark Weber
Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is a single man who raises a prodigy in a coastal town in Florida - his energetic little niece Mary (McKenna grace). Frank plans to let Mary live a normal school life, but the mathematical ability of the 7-year-old child has attracted the attention of Frank's awesome mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan). Her plan for her granddaughter may separate frank and Mary.
Director: James Mangold
In the near future, tired Logan (Hugh Jackman) will take care of the sick Professor X (Patrick Stewart) at a remote post on the Mexican border. When he meets a young mutant who looks like him (Daphne Keane), his plan to hide himself is overturned. Logan must now protect the girl and fight the dark ones who want to catch her.
Director: Xin Haicheng
Your name is a Japanese romantic fantasy animated film directed by Shin Haicheng in 2016. A high school girl in rural Japan and a high school boy in Tokyo experienced a strange phenomenon: they occasionally exchange bodies, but they don't remember what happened when they were exchanged.
Director: Greta geweg
Miss bird is an American comedy film directed by Greta geweg in 2017. An adventure story of a young woman (sylsa Ronan) who has lived in Northern California for a year.
The greatest performer
Director: Michael Gracie
P. T. Barnum grew up in the early 19th century and began selling lottery tickets at the age of 12, showing his talent for publicity and promotion. After trying various jobs, P.T. turned to the performing arts circle, indulged in his infinite imagination, and founded Barnum Bailey circus from scratch. Featuring catchy music figures, exotic performers and bold acrobatic performances, Barnum's fascinating wonders soon swept the world and became the greatest performance on earth.