The year 2017 saw some gains for comic book fans, as well as some sleeper hits that took many movie-goers by surprise. DC won big with “Wonder Woman”, but “Justice League” drew mixed reactions, while Marvel scored with “Thor: Ragnarok”, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2”, not forgetting the formerly Fox-owned “Logan”. “Baby Driver” was a surprise hit, while “Blade Runner 2049” brought the franchise back for a new generation in a way that many others failed to do the year before.
2017 has been a great year for cinema but it’s also seen some massive movie mistakes. Even the biggest, most expensive Hollywood blockbusters have fallen prey to the curse of the film howlers, so with help from our pals at MovieMistakes.com here are some of the biggest on screen gaffes of of the last 12 months. Read more The best Christmas movies to stream Franchises that jumped the shark in 2017 The weirdest movie trends of 2017
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