Best Franchise: The Best Movies, TV Shows and TV Shows That Actually Matter in 2017

With the end of 2017, we’re finally ready to take a look at the most important things that actually matter in the years ahead.

From movies and TV shows that really matter to the movies and shows that don’t matter, the best movies and television shows of the year are available for you to see.

Whether you’re looking for a quick, casual watch or a big-budget action-packed spectacle, here’s our list of the most critical, action-filled movies and tv shows of 2017.1.

Jurassic World The newest film from director Colin Trevorrow and stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt, Michael Fassbender, Tessa Thompson, and Josh Gad.

Jurassic Park 2: Jurassic World opens in theaters on May 25, 2019.2.

The Walking Dead The zombie drama has received plenty of acclaim over the past few years, and with the release of The Walking Plague on April 10, 2018, there is a good chance you’ve seen a glimpse of how well it is handled.

The series follows Michonne (Sarah Wayne Callies), a survivor of a zombie outbreak, and her best friend, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln).

The Walking World returns in early 2019 for a sixth season.3.

The Last Man on Earth The directorial debut of director David Fincher and star Michael Caine has become one of the hottest films of 2017 thanks to its gripping storyline, compelling characters, and powerful performances.

The film follows James (Josh Brolin), a soldier on the frontline of World War I who has been captured and sent to a camp for prisoners of war (POWs).

When the camp is overrun by zombies, James must rescue his friend, Paul (Robert Downey Jr.), and escape.

The sequel, The Last Stand, will open in theaters in 2018.4.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug A dark fantasy tale with a strong female lead, The Desolace of Smausheen is a must-see for fans of Tolkien and fantasy literature.

The two young children in the story are adopted from a far-off land to the human world, but when a giant elephant (played by Ian McKellen) attacks the town, they are thrust into the world of Middle-earth.5.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2 In a year full of great Marvel films, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 is a standout for the studio.

This film is based on the book of the same name, and stars Chris Pratt as the Guardians of Earth-616, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, and the other Guardians of Space.

It also stars Bradley Cooper as Rocket, the Rocket who helped destroy Thanos’ fortress and eventually the Infinity Gauntlet.

The follow-up will be released in 2019.6.

The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials director David Lowery and star Charlie Hunnam, both starring in the original, are back with the film that brought the original trilogy to an end.

In this dark, suspenseful story, the lead characters are pursued by an assassin named “the Scorch,” and it is up to them to fight to keep their family and the planet alive.7.

The Amazing Spider-Man director Jon Watts, who is best known for directing movies like The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, will once again direct this film.

Watts will be returning to helm the sequel to the film from the same filmmaker.

The story centers on a high school student named Parker (Tom Holland), who has a crush on his classmate MJ (Marisa Tomei).

After his father is murdered, Parker decides to become a superhero, and is eventually joined by Electro (Jamie Bell) and the Goblin (Jacob Batalon).8.

The Jungle Book director Peter Jackson and star Chris Pratt will be reuniting to adapt the novel The Jungle Guide, and this will be the second time that the two will work together.

Jackson will return to direct the film, which centers on an African tribe who live in a tropical rainforest.

They live in the Jungle Book, which is a fictionalized version of Africa.9.

The Big Sick director Wes Anderson and star Jake Gyllenhaal return to the genre for a third film in a series of two.

The script is based off the novel by The Jungle Boy, which was published in the 1970s and has a number of elements from the book.

In the movie, a young man named Dylan (Giles McRobbie) is trying to find his way home, but encounters a number in the jungle, and must confront them.10.

Guardians Of The Galaxy The first film from James Gunn, this sequel to Guardians of Galaxy is set in a universe of space, and follows the adventures of Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Bautista), Drakkon (Lee Pace), and Rocket (Paul Bettany).

The sequel will be out in 2019 and stars Bradley Anderson, Zoe Saldanas