1) Captain America: Civil War:
The film is the best movie of 2016, based on the character of Captain America from the Marvel comics. It is the sequel of Captain America series released in 2011 and 2014. The film is based on the civil war between two factions, this civil war erupts due to international disagreement between those two factions. Produced by Kevin Feige, starring: Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Mackie and Sebestian Stan. The film is directed by the Russo brothers Anthony and Joe, screenplay is written by Chirstopher Markus and Stephen Mcfeely. Music is composed by none other than Henry Jackman, edited by Jeffery Ford; the blockbuster was released in April 2016. The movie was distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures, It did a marvelous business on the box office generating around $1.15 Billion revenue. The 147 minutes feature film is an eye catching treat to watch, having brilliant graphics and fast paced story line; which doesn’t let the audience get bored on any moment.
2) The Jungle book:
The Walt Disney venture is an American fantasy film, released in April 2016, the movie was major success; doing a huge business of $966.5 million. The 105 minutes film circles around the main character Mowgli who is an orphaned boy who sets out a journey accompanied by his fellow animals, sets out a dangerous journey. The voices of famous stars: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Christopher Walken and Idris Elba. The movie is narrated by Ben Kingsley, and it is the adaptation of the fiction story of ‘The Jungle Book’ by Yudyard Kipling. The director and producer of the movie is Jon Favreau, music is composed by John Debney and cinematographer is Bill Pope. The movie is edited by Mark Livolsi and its editing and graphics are particularly to watch out for in the whole film.
3) Hail Caesar:
The movie is directed, written and produced by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. The movie is an American-British comedy venture. The film runs after the main character Brolin (Eddie Mannix) who is trying to find out how a cast member misplaced during filming of a movie in the 1950s. Other stars besides Josh Brolin include: Scarlet Johansson, Ralph Fiennes, George Clooney, Alden Ehrenreich, Francis McDormand and Jonah Hill. The movie is narrated by Michael Gabmbon, cinematographer is Roger Deakins, music is composed by Carter Burwell, and edited by Joel and Ethan. The movie is distributed by Universal Pictures. The 106 minutes feature film was released in February and made a mark in Hollywood. It did a business of $63.2 million at the box office, making it a big success especially in the genre of comedy it was the best movie of 2016