ok, I assume you are telling us that these are the movies that you went to a theater to see in 2016?
What was "Wilderpeople about"?
Ricky, a Māori boy who is in foster system in New Zealand is too hard to handle for most families so he's given one chance to move to foster family before going to juvenile system.
He's a city kid who is moved to the middle of nowhere rural part of New Zealand to live with an older couple, (the new foster father is played by a great crotchety Sam Neil
). The kid really hits it off lovingly with his new foster mother, [NOT REALLY A SPOILER as it's in the trailer and plot description], who dies really early in the movie.
Ricky runs away into the New Zealand wilderness and Hec, his foster father pursues to bring him back in order of child services to take him back because a one parent household isn't deemed suitable for foster system.
It sounds like a dire movie but it's very family friendly and it leans to a very humanist comedy where the two main characters bond and survive out in the wilderness.
I can't recommend it highly enough. It's very funny, moving, and charming. And the chemistry between the two characters is quite perfect and heartwarming.