The Top 10 Movies For Grownups Of 2016


Finding a great movie to watch can be tough, especially as there are so many already out there. We’ve seen a large number of great films come out over the years ranging from science fiction movies, to rom-com and thriller.

But if you are in the mood for something that came out more recently then AARP The Magazine, has you covered with their top 10. Sully, Jackie, Fences, Silence and Loving are among this year’s Top 10 Movies for Grownups, according to the editors and movie critics of AARP The Magazine, whose Movies For Grownups® initiative spotlights the best writing, acting, and filmmaking that resonates with audiences with a grownup state of mind. The best way to access films these days is via a pirate bay proxy, some of which can be found at

The Top 10 list features iconic films that pay homage to historical periods, life experiences, and contemporary topics that appeal to grownup audiences. The editors of AARP The Magazine, the world’s largest-circulation magazine with over 37 million readers and the definitive voice of the 50-plus population, carefully selected the films, which are also featured in an online slideshow at

“The 50-plus movie audience has a unique perspective on the impact relationships have on our lives,” says Myrna Blyth, Senior Vice President and Editorial Director for AARP Media. “This year’s Top 10 list tackles the subject of complex human relationships from all angles-family ties, grownup love, and longtime friendship among them. Most importantly, it’s a wonderfully eclectic mix of the year’s most appealing, entertaining, and thought-provoking films for the 50-plus moviegoer.”

In selecting 2016’s Top 10 Movies for Grownups®, AARP The Magazine’s editors focused on exemplary work by filmmakers, actors, and cinematic artists who are 50-plus-as well as themes and subjects of particular interest to an audience with a grownup perspective. They are:

Hello, My Name is Doris
La La Land
Manchester by the Sea

The year’s Top 10 Movies for Grownups offers a preview of AARP’s upcoming 16th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards, recognized as a bellwether for the Academy Awards, with categories including Best Actor, Actress and Director. The year’s best picture honoree will be chosen from the Top 10 list. All of the 2016 winners will be honored at the Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills on Monday, February 6, 2017.

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