By Bob Garver
Who says everything from 2016 has to be bad? There were plenty of bright spots this year, at least in terms of movies. It's true that I missed out on some successes, both commercial ("Central Intelligence," "Bad Moms") and critical ("Miss Sloane," "Paterson"), but I think I've seen a decent-enough cross-section to make some informed decisions. And of course, if you think I left a film off or you want to talk about the rankings, you can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.