Posted: Dec 22, 2016 05:37 PM CST
Updated: Dec 27, 2016 09:29 PM CST
The most critically heralded film of 2016? It was Disney's "Zootopia," according to Rotten Tomatoes.
Actor Ben Foster and director David Mackenzie had a large hand in making Rotten Tomatoes second most acclaimed film of 2016, "Hell or High Water."
Jeremy Renner starred in sci-fi thriller "Arrival," the third most acclaimed movie of 2016, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
"Moonlight," a young man's struggle about finding his way in life was Rotten Tomatoes fourth most acclaimed film of 2016.
"The Jungle Book," narrated by Ben Kingsley, on the left, and directed by Jon Favreau, on the right, was Rotten Tomatoes fifth most acclaimed film of 2016.
"Love and Friendship": This Jane Austen adaptation starred Kate Beckinsale and was well worth seeing, according to critics.
The inescapable "Finding Dory" was also very highly acclaimed by critics.
A city kid goes on a fresh start in New Zealand in the acclaimed "Hunt for the Wilderpeople," directed by Taika Waititi.
"Kubo and the Two Strings" was an animated gem not to be missed. Pictured is a ctor Art Parkinson and director Travis Knight.
Director John Carney took us to '80s Dublin though the eyes of a teenager with "Sing Street."