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Our annual “All the Movies You’ll Want to See…” series has been one of the most viewed of all of our entries at borg.com each year.  So this year we again scoured Hollywood and its publicity machine for as many genre films coming out in 2017 that have been disclosed.  The result is a whopping 58 movies, many you’ll probably want to see in the theater or catch on video (and some you may want to skip).  We bet you’ll find a bunch below you’ve never heard of.  Bookmark this now for your 2017 calendar!

Most coming out in the second half of 2017 don’t even have posters released yet.  We’ve included descriptions and key cast so you can start planning accordingly.

What do we think will be the biggest hits of the year?  How about Star Wars: Episode VIII or Wonder Woman?   Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of 1,000 Planets?  Ghost in the Shell?  Or Beauty and the Beast? 


You’ve heard endlessly about Logan and Justice League, but 2017 will also see numerous other sequels, like Alien: Covenant, Blade Runner 2049, Thor: Ragnarok, and sequels for Underworld, Resident Evil, Planet of the Apes, Pirates of the Caribbean, XXX, John Wick, King Kong, The Fast and the Furious, Cars, The Kingsman, Transformers, Despicable Me.   And The Six Billion Dollar Man is finally on its way.  Look for plenty of Dwayne Johnson, Tom Cruise, Vin Diesel, Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Zoe Saldana, Hugh Jackman, John Goodman, Michael Peña, Ryan Reynolds, Sofia Boutella, and Elle Fanning in theaters this year.

So wait no further, here are your genre films for 2017:

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For 15 years Eric Cartman, the usually endearing but almost always misunderstood kid villain of South Park has been portrayed as sadistic, racist, sexist, obnoxious, manipulative, politically incorrect, lazy–traits any real world actor playing a character would have received an Emmy or Oscar for by now.  Despite his personal failings–in large part his responses from being ridiculed for being “the fat kid” (“Screw you guys… I’m going home”), Cartman has been consistently listed as one of the top 10 greatest cartoon characters of all time–and one of the top villains (“respect my authoritah!”).  He has been known to carry out ethically and morally vile antics that… often end up as highly successful business ideas.  Think Archie Bunker meets Donald Trump.  Cartman if anything is determined and effective at getting his way.   And he is no less successful at his goals tonight on an an all-new episode of South Park on Comedy Central titled “Obama Wins!”

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