My bottom 5 for 2017 films (IMDB dates) at this point:
84. Churchill (Jonathan Teplitzky)
85. Lerd / A Man of Integrity (Mohamad Rasoulof)
86. Wind River (Taylor Sheridan)
87. Ôtez-moi d'un doute (Carine Tardieu)
88. Carré 35 (Eric Caravaca)
Churchill is the dullest biopic imaginable, with Cox not hamming it up enough for it to be fun, but not giving more than an imitation either.
Lerd is a dull, dour, heavy-handed and poorly-acted Iranian drama.
Wind River is a film that's about Native Americans and rape, or rather it's all about the white guy who's going to make everything alright by killing bad guys because he's a manly man and that's what we need.
Ôtez-moi d'un doute is a French romantic dramedy about how stalking is great and you should definitely do it and it's cool and ok.
Carré 35 is a documentary about a guy who's uncovering the truth about something his parents hid from him (it has to do with the death of child), and equating that with the Algerian War and colonialism (because his parents where French people living in Morocco and Algeria at the time). It's well-done, but digusting., both because of that parallel and the inquisitive nature of the whole process. It's basically a guy whining (implicitely) that his parents lied to him about something one totally gets why they would lie about... that's annoying enough, when you equate with colonialism it's just... no. It raises interesting questions and stuff, but no.