Here Are The Best Movies Of 2017 So Far (According To Critics, Who Are Never, Ever Wrong)

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Chances are you're already slowly working your way through Esquire's very own 'Best Movies of 2017', and it's probably stressing you out a fair bit.

There's a lot of pressure these days to be up on all the latest critically acclaimed masterpieces in movie land. Whether it's on Twitter, at the pub or in the office kitchen, you never want to be left out. By answering "no" to the question "have you seen…", you're embarrassing yourself and everyone who knows you.

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Welp, bad news: we've got some more celebrated titles for you to take a gander at, which Awards Daily have collected from a consensus of over 100 critics alongside how many 'best of' lists the films have featured in across the web.

Surprising to see the newly-released The Big Sick coming in at number 2. We'll have to pretend to have seen it sometime.

1. "Get Out" (Jordan Peele, U.S.) (100 lists)

2. "The Big Sick" (Michael Showalter, U.S.) (59)

3. "Logan" (James Mangold, U.S.) (56)

4. "Baby Driver" (Edgar Wright, U.S.) (55)

5. "Colossal" (Nacho Vigalondo, U.S.) (47)

6. "The Lost City of Z" (James Gray, U.S.) (46)

7. "Wonder Woman" (Patty Jenkins, U.S.) (44)

8. "The Beguiled" (Sofia Coppola, U.S.) (37)

9. "Personal Shopper" (Olivier Assayas, France) (36)

10. "Raw" (Julie Ducourneau, France) (34)

11. "Okja" (Bong Joon-Ho, South Korea/U.S.) (34)

12. "A Ghost Story" (David Lowery, U.S.) (27)

13. "John Wick: Chapter Two" (Chad Stahelski, U.S.) (26)

14. "A Quiet Passion" (Terrence Davies, U.K.) (20)

15. "It Comes at Night" (Trey Edward Schultz, U.S.) (16)

16. "The Lego Batman Movie" (Chris McKay, U.S.) (15)

17. "Graduation" (Cristi Mungiu, Romania) (14)

18. "Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore" (Macon Blair, U.S.) (14)

19. "Split" (M. Night Shyamalan, U.S.) (14)

20. "Norman" (Joseph Cedar, U.S.) 13