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post Dec 31 2014, 04:52 PM
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Here is my list in chronological order.

1. Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England
2. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
3. August: Osage County
4. Renoir
5. Inside Llewyn Davis
6. American Hustle
7. The Wolf of Wall Street
8. I, Frankestein
9. Nebraska
10. The Book Thief
11. Saving Mr. Banks
12. Les garçons et Guillaume, à table!/Me, Myself and Mum
13. Monsieur Lazhar (2011)
14. Omar
15. Her
16. The Monuments Men
17. The Selfish Giant
18. Dallas Buyers Club
19. Pompeii
20. Winter's Tale
21. Philomena
22. Nymphomaniac - Part 1 & Part 2
23. A Perdre la Raison/Our Children (2012)
24. The Grand Budapest Hotel
25. 300: Rise of an Empire
26. Need For Speed
27. Grand Central
28. Noah
29. Divergent
30. Wakolda/The German Doctor
31. Michael Kohlhaas
32. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
33. Oldboy
34. Transcendence
35. Krugovi/Circles
36. Under The Skin
37. Bad Neighbours
38. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
39. Godzilla
40. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
41. X-Men: Days Of Future Past
42. La Belle et la Bête/Beauty and the Beast
43. Maleficent
44. Devil's Knot
45. Edge of Tomorrow
46. The Two Faces of January
47. The Homesman
48. The Fault in Our Stars
49. Transformers 4: Age of Extiction
50. A Million Ways to Die in the West
51. The Immigrant
52. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
53. Blended
54. Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu ?/Serial (Bad) Weddings
55. Hercules
56. The Expendables 3
57. 3 Days To Kill
58. Magic in the Moonlight
59. Lucy
60. Kapo (1960)
61. The Battle of Algiers (1966)
62. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
63. Adua e le Compagne/Adua and Friends (1960)
64. Deliver Us From Evil
65. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
66. Guardians Of The Galaxy
67. Belle de Jour (1967)
68. Into the Storm
69. The Maze Runner
70. And So It Goes
71. Boyhood
72. Relatos Salvajes/Wild Tales
73. Before I Go To Sleep
74. Gone Girl
75. Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados/Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed
76. Dracula Untold
77. Annabelle
78. '71
79. Il capitale umano/Human Capital
80. Chinese Puzzle
81. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
82. Good People
83. What Maisie Knew (2012)
84. Ida
85. Locke
86. Interstellar
87. Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night
88. Pillow Talk (1959)
89. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
90. Fury
91. Ouija
92. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1
93. Le Meraviglie/The Wonders
94. Foxcatcher
95. Horrible Bosses 2
96. A Most Wanted Man
97. Fehér isten/White God
98. Exodus: Gods and Kings

I have written reviews for the majority of them. However, I want to write reviews for the last seven of them for completing my list. When I finish the reviews, I will rank every movie of them. If you watched films in the cinema this year, you could put your list/movies here. Happy New Year!!!


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1 American Hustle
2 The Railway Man
3 12 Years a Slave
4 August: Osage County
5 Dallas Buyers Club
6 The LEGO Movie
7 Cuban Fury
8 A New York Winter's Tale
9 The Book Thief
10 Non-Stop
11 Labor Day
12 The Grand Budapest Hotel
13 Noah
14 Divergent
15 The Other Woman
16 Edge of Tomorrow
17 A Million Ways To Die In The West
18 Belle
19 The Fault In Our Stars
20 How To Train Your Dragon 2
21 Tammy
22 Begin Again
23 Boyhood
24 What If
25 If I Stay
26 Sex Tape
27 Lucy
28 Guardians of the Galaxy
29 Pride
30 Magic In The Moonlight
31 The Riot Club
32 Gone Girl
33 The Maze Runner
34 What We Did On Our Holiday
35 The Judge
36 Fury
37 Love, Rosie
38 Nightcrawler
39 Horns
40 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
41 Say When
42 Interstellar
43 The Imitation Game
44 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
45 Paddington
46 St. Vincent
47 Penguins of Madagascar
48 Unbroken

Gah, just short of having a round 50!! And even that wouldn't compare to a list of 98 tongue.gif

Thinking I'll beat it this year. Seeing my third movie of 2015 later today, and planning to see my fourth tomorrow
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Also in chronological order:

1 Philomena
2 Draft Day
3 Maleficent
4 X-Men: Days of Future Past
5 Lucy
6 Boyhood
7 The Identical
8 St. Vincent

Boyhood was the best, The Identical was the worst, and I can't remember a thing about Maleficent or X Men mellow.gif
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My List So Far In Release Date Order:

1. Last Vegas
2. Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
3. 12 Years A Slave
4. August: Osage County
5. Grudge Match
6. Inside Llewyn Davis
7. I, Frankenstein
8. Mr Peabody And Sherman
9. Robocop
10. Her
11. The Lego Movie
12. The Monuments Men
13. A New York Winter's Tale
14. Non-Stop
15. The Book Thief
16. Escape From Planet Earth
17. The Grand Budapest Hotel
18. Need For Speed
19. Labor Day
20. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
21. The Muppets Most Wanted
22. Divergent
23. Noah
24. Rio 2
25. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
26. The Other Woman (x2)
27. Pompeii
28. Tarzan 3D
29. Godzilla
30. X-Men: Days Of Future Past
31. Blended (x2)
32. Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return
33. Maleficent (x2)
34. Edge Of Tomorrow
35. The Fault In Our Stars
36. How To Train Your Dragon 2
37. Walking On Sunshine
38. Tammy
39. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
40. Earth To Echo
41. The House Of Magic
42. The Purge: Anarchy
43. Guardians Of The Galaxy (x2)
44. The Inbetweeners 2
45. Planes 2: Fire And Rescue
46. If I Stay
47. The Boxtrolls
48. Magic In The Moonlight
49. What We Did On Our Holidays
50. Dolphin Tale 2
51. The Maze Runner
52. Nightcrawler
53. Interstellar
54. The Imitation Game
55. Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey
56. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
57. Paddington
58. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies
59. Frozen Sing-A-Long
60. Begin Again
61. The Book Of Life
62. Annie
63. Ride Along
64. Khumba: A Zebra's Tale
65. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
66. 300: Rise Of An Empire
67. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
68. Gone Girl
69. Transcendence
70. Heaven Is For Real
71. The Last Days On Mars
72. Boyhood (x2)
73. A Million Ways To Die In The West
74. Neighbors
75. Brick Mansions
76. Endless Love
77. 22 Jump Street
78. Devils Due
79. As Above, So Below
80. The Anomaly
81. Devil's Knot
82. Lone Survivor
83. Sex Tape
84. Oculus
85. Lucy
86. The Equalizer
87. The Calling
88. Honeymoon
89. Annabelle
90. The Nut Job
91. No Good Deed
92. The Giver (x2)
93. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
94. Dracula Untold
95. Into The Storm
96. The Skeleton Twins
97. Penguins Of Madagascar
98. Rage
99. A Walk Among The Tombstones
100. A Haunted House 2
101. Lets Be Cops
102. Men, Women And Children
103. Locke
104. Life After Beth
105. The Babadook

I want to see Annie, Big Eyes, Exodus and Penguins Of Madagascar for films still at the cinema
I have: A Million Ways To Die In The West, Oculus, As Above So Below, Begin Again, 22 Jump Street, The Railway Man, Jersey Boys, Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle and a few more on DVD
Reason for edit: Added in #60 #61 #62 #63 #64 #65 #66 #67 #68 #69 #70 #71 #72
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post Jan 6 2015, 02:26 PM
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QUOTE(J▲hq @ Jan 3 2015, 12:59 PM) *
1 American Hustle
2 The Railway Man
3 12 Years a Slave
4 August: Osage County
5 Dallas Buyers Club
6 The LEGO Movie
7 Cuban Fury
8 A New York Winter's Tale
9 The Book Thief
10 Non-Stop
11 Labor Day
12 The Grand Budapest Hotel
13 Noah
14 Divergent
15 The Other Woman
16 Edge of Tomorrow
17 A Million Ways To Die In The West
18 Belle
19 The Fault In Our Stars
20 How To Train Your Dragon 2
21 Tammy
22 Begin Again
23 Boyhood
24 What If
25 If I Stay
26 Sex Tape
27 Lucy
28 Guardians of the Galaxy
29 Pride
30 Magic In The Moonlight
31 The Riot Club
32 Gone Girl
33 The Maze Runner
34 What We Did On Our Holiday
35 The Judge
36 Fury
37 Love, Rosie
38 Nightcrawler
39 Horns
40 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
41 Say When
42 Interstellar
43 The Imitation Game
44 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
45 Paddington
46 St. Vincent
47 Penguins of Madagascar
48 Unbroken

Gah, just short of having a round 50!! And even that wouldn't compare to a list of 98 tongue.gif

Thinking I'll beat it this year. Seeing my third movie of 2015 later today, and planning to see my fourth tomorrow


I think that you watched many movies too! Your list is very good! "Belle" and "The Imitation Game" haven't released in my country yet. However, they will be released this Thursday! "Tammy" never had an official release here. I don't know why it always happens to Melissa McCarthy movies. It happened the same with "The Intentity Thief" and "The Heat".
I watched the first movie of the year yesterday (The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies). I'm going to watch "Unbroken" today. However, I'm not sure if I will beat my 2014 list this year. It's my personal record so far.

QUOTE(Riser @ Jan 4 2015, 02:01 AM) *
Also in chronological order:

1 Philomena
2 Draft Day
3 Maleficent
4 X-Men: Days of Future Past
5 Lucy
6 Boyhood
7 The Identical
8 St. Vincent

Boyhood was the best, The Identical was the worst, and I can't remember a thing about Maleficent or X Men mellow.gif


"Boyhood" is also one of my favourite movies of the year. I really liked "Maleficent" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past". They totally deserved their big success! I don't know which movie is "The Identical"..? I'm not sure if it had a official release here.


QUOTE(Ultraviolence1989 @ Jan 4 2015, 12:30 PM) *
My List So Far In Release Date Order:

1. Last Vegas
2. Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
3. 12 Years A Slave
4. August: Osage County
5. Grudge Match
6. Inside Llewyn Davis
7. I, Frankenstein
8. Mr Peabody And Sherman
9. Robocop
10. Her
11. The Lego Movie
12. The Monuments Men
13. A New York Winter's Tale
14. Non-Stop
15. The Book Thief
16. Escape From Planet Earth
17. The Grand Budapest Hotel
18. Need For Speed
19. Labor Day
20. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
21. The Muppets Most Wanted
22. Divergent
23. Noah
24. Rio 2
25. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
26. The Other Woman
27. Pompeii
28. Tarzan 3D
29. Godzilla
30. X-Men: Days Of Future Past
31. Blended
32. Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return
33. Maleficent
34. Edge Of Tomorrow
35. The Fault In Our Stars
36. How To Train Your Dragon 2
37. Walking On Sunshine
38. Tammy
39. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
40. Earth To Echo
41. The House Of Magic
42. The Purge: Anarchy
43. Guardians Of The Galaxy
44. The Inbetweeners 2
45. Planes 2: Fire And Rescue
46. If I Stay
47. The Boxtrolls
48. Magic In The Moonlight
49. What We Did On Our Holidays
50. Dolphin Tale 2
51. The Maze Runner
52. Nightcrawler
53. Interstellar
54. The Imitation Game
55. Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey
56. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
57. Paddington
58. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies
59. Frozen Sing-A-Long

I want to see Annie, Big Eyes, Exodus and Penguins Of Madagascar for films still at the cinema
I have: A Million Ways To Die In The West, Oculus, As Above So Below, Begin Again, 22 Jump Street, The Railway Man, Jersey Boys, Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle and a few more on DVD


You watched so many movies too. Your list have many notable movies! However, I noticed some unknown movies to me. I guess that they were very popular in U.K (The Inbetweeners 2, What We Did On Our Holidays, Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey).
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I challenged myself with 100 films with my Unlimited card and ended up with this (a couple of duplicates, so ended on 106!)


1 American Hustle
2 Last Vegas
3 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
4 12 Years a Slave
5 Railway Man
6 Wolf on Wall Street
7 Inside Llewyn Jones
8 Osage County
9 Dallas Buyers Club
10 RoboCop
11 Her
12 The Lego Boovie 3D
13 Nymphomaniac
14 Only Lovers Left Alive
15 Non-Stop
16 Peabody & Sherman
17 Rise: 300
18 GrandBudapest Hotel
19 Under The Skin
20 Yves Saint Laurent 
21 Labor Day
22 The Zero Theorum
23 Captain America
24 20 Feet From Stardom
25 Starred Up
26 The Raid 2
27 Divergent
28 The Double
29 The Muppets
30 Noah
31 Calvary
32 The Quiet Ones
33 The Amazing Spider-Man 2
34 Locke
35 We Are The Best
36 Bad Neighbours
37 Tracks
38 Blue Ruin
39 Frank
40 The Wind Rises
41 Godzilla
42 Two Faces of January
43 Concussion
44 X-Men: Days of Future Past x2
45 Maleifiscent
46 Jimmy's Hall
47 Fruitvale Station
48 22 Jump Street
49 Edge of Tomorrow
50 Oculus
51 Million Ways to Die In The West
52 The Fault In Our Stars
53 Belle
54 Cold in July
55 Chef
56 How To Train Your Dragon 2
57 Tammy
58 Boyhood
59 Dawn of the Apes
60 Begin again
61 The Purge 2
62 Gaurdians of Galaxy
63 Mood Indigo
64 The Inbetweeners Movie
65 The Congress
66 The Rover
67 Lucy
68 What If
69 Sin City 2
70 The Keeper of Lost Causes
71 Obvious Child
72 The Guest
73 Pride
74 In order of Disappearance
75 Before I Go to sleep
76 Boxtrolls
77 A Most Wanted Man
78 Riot Club
79 Walk Amoungst Tombstones
80 Gone Girl
81 Maps to The Stars
82 Annabelle
83 71
84 The Judge
85 Maze Runner
86 Fury
87 Book of Life
88 The Way He Looks
89 The Babadook
90 Nightcrawler
91 Mr Turner
92 Interstellar x2
93 Say When
94 Skeleton Twins
95 The Imitation Game
96 The Drop
97 Mockingjay Part 1
98 What We Do In The Shadows
99 Get On Up
100 Paddington
101 St. Vincent
102 Black Sea
103 Unbroken
104 Birdman
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QUOTE(Insomnio @ Jan 6 2015, 02:26 PM) *
I think that you watched many movies too! Your list is very good! "Belle" and "The Imitation Game" haven't released in my country yet. However, they will be released this Thursday! "Tammy" never had an official release here. I don't know why it always happens to Melissa McCarthy movies. It happened the same with "The Intentity Thief" and "The Heat".
I watched the first movie of the year yesterday (The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies). I'm going to watch "Unbroken" today. However, I'm not sure if I will beat my 2014 list this year. It's my personal record so far.


Not missing anything with "Tammy". I need to rank them all later today but it's going to be right down near the bottom and I normally really like Melissa McCarthy. I'd strongly recommend "Belle" though, that was one of my favourites of the year and one of the most underrated movies of the year in my opinion (not in terms of the critics as they rated it really well but in terms of both buzz and box office I feel). "The Imitation Game" is very good too of course!
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I decided to make my personal nominations this year based on my Cinema 2014 list.
Of course, I will exclude : "Monsieur Lazhar (2011)", "A Perdre la Raison/Our Children (2012)", "Kapo (1960)", "The Battle of Algiers (1966)", "Adua e le Compagne/Adua and Friends (1960)", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)", "Belle de Jour (1967)", "What Maisie Knew (2012)", "Pillow Talk (1959)".
Ι will also exclude movies which were nominated last year. These are : "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", "August: Osage County", "Renoir", "Inside Llewyn Davis", "American Hustle", "The Wolf of Wall Street", "Nebraska", "The Book Thief", "Saving Mr. Banks", "Omar", "Her", "Dallas Buyers Club", "The Selfish Giant", "Philomena" "Wakolda/The German Doctor" and "Krugovi/Circles".
However, I will add every new movie of this year which it was released in USA/UK last year (For example "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"/Unbroken/Grace of Monaco/I watched them this year). I will also add the official entries in the Best Foreign Language Film category (If I watch any of them). My final decision will be revealed on February 21, 2015. My nominations so far:

Best Picture

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Relatos Salvajes/Wild Tales
Boyhood
Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England
The Fault in Our Stars
Fehér isten/White God
Il capitale umano/Human Capital
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night
The Imitation Game
Whiplash

Best Director

Matt Reeves (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes)
Christopher Nolan (Interstellar)
Bryan Singer (X-Men:Days of Future Past) Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game)
David Fincher (Gone Girl) Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
Paolo Virzì (Il capitale umano/Human Capital) Mike Leigh (Mr. Turner)

Best Actor

Ben Affleck (Gone Girl) Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner) Michael Keaton (Birdman)
Steve Carell (Foxcatcher)
Matthew McConaughey (Interstellar) Miles Teller (Whiplash)
Tom Hardy (Locke) Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything)
Guillaume Gallienne (Les garçons et Guillaume, à table!/Me, Myself and Mum) Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game)

Best Actress

Marion Cotillard (Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night)
Shailene Woodley (The Fault in Our Stars)
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (Il capitale umano/Human Capital) Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Belle)
Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl)
Sofia Kokkali (Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England) Amy Adams (Big Eyes) Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything)

Best Supporting Actor

Ethan Hawke (Boyhood)
Fabrizio Gifuni (Il capitale umano/Human Capital) J.K Simmons (Whiplash)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For) Edward Norton (Birdman)
Mark Ruffalo (Foxcatcher)
Oscar Isaac (The Two Faces of January) Robert Duvall (The Judge)

Best Supporting Actress

Jessica Chastain (Interstellar)
Eva Green (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For)
Agata Kulesza (Ida)
Patricia Arquette (Boyhood)
Mackenzie Foy (Interstellar) Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game)

Best Original Screenplay

Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night (Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne)
Kornél Mundruczó (Fehér isten/White God)
Richard Linklater (Boyhood)
Damián Szifrón (Relatos Salvajes/Wild Tales)

Best Adapted Screenplay

Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber (The Fault in Our Stars)
Paolo Virzì, Francesco Piccolo, Francesco Bruni (Il capitale umano/Human Capital)
Paul Harris Boardman & Scott Derrickson (Devil's Knot) Graham Moore (The Imitation Game)
Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl)
Ioanna Karystiani (Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England) Damien Chazelle (Whiplash)

Best Foreign Language Film

Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night (Belgium)
Relatos Salvajes/Wild Tales (Argentina)
Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England (Greece)
Fehér isten/White God (Hungary)
Il capitale umano/Human Capital (Italy)
Force Majeure (Sweden)

Best Original Score

Steven Price (Fury)
Nathan Furst (Need for Speed)
Hans Zimmer (Interstellar)
Tren Reznor & Atticus Ross (Gone Girl)
Howard Shore (The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies) Alexandre Desplat (The Imitation Game)

Best Original Song

The Hanging Tree (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1)
Boom Clap (The Fault in Our Stars)
Miracles (Unbroken)
Yellow Flicker Beat (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1)
Beating Heart (Divergent)

Best Sound Editing

Fury
Into the Storm
Interstellar
Godzilla Whiplash
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Best Sound Mixing

Interstellar
Godzilla Whiplash
Into the Storm
The Maze Runner
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Best Production Design

Exodus: Gods and Kings
The Immigrant Into the Woods
Grace of Monaco Mr. Turner
The Grand Budapest Hotel
La Belle et la Bête/Beauty and the Beast Belle

Best Cinematography

Interstellar
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Exodus: Gods and Kings Birdman
Noah Mr. Turner
X-Men: Days Of Future Past The Imitation Game

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Maleficent
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Guardians of the Galaxy

Best Film Editing

Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Interstellar
Edge of Tomorrow
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Whiplash

Best Visual Effects

Interstellar
Transformers 4: Age of Extiction
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Godzilla

There are my personal categories

Best Action/Adventure Film

Divergent
Edge of Tomorrow
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians Of The Galaxy
X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Best Comedy

A Million Ways to Die in the West
Horrible Bosses 2
Les garçons et Guillaume, à table!/Me, Myself and Mum
Bad Neighbours
Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu ?/Serial (Bad) Weddings

Best Drama Film

The Fault in Our Stars
Fehér isten/White God
Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England
Boyhood The Theory of Everything
Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night

Best Fantasy Film

Maleficent
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
La Belle et la Bête/Beauty and the Beast

Best Horror/Thriller Film

Annabelle
Ouija
Deliver Us From Evil
Dracula Untold

Best Science-Fiction Film

Interstellar
Edge of Tomorrow
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Divergent
X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Best Social Film

Deux Jours, Une Nuit/Two Days, One Night
Il capitale umano/Human Capital
Boyhood
Μικρά Αγγλία/Little England
Foxcatcher Selma

Best Guilty Pleasure

Need For Speed
Transformers 4: Age of Extiction
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

My negative nominations:

The Worst Film

Winter's Tale
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
Under The Skin
I, Frankestein
Hercules

The Most Boring Film

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
Ida
Michael Kohlhaas
Under The Skin
The Immigrant

Full of Clichés

Michael Kohlhaas
Winter's Tale
Grace of Monaco
The Immigrant
Noah

High Expectations/Disappointing Result (based on the story, ending etc)

Lucy
Unbroken
Gone Girl
Noah
Under The Skin

Hollywood Alert!

Hercules
Blended
300: Rise of an Empire
The Expendables 3
Horrible Bosses 2

and Special Nominations:

The Most Explicit/Controversial Film

Nymphomaniac - Part 1 & Part 2

The Most Tragic/Ridiculous Ending

Good People

The Most Overrated Film

Ida

The Most Underrated Film

The Fault in Our Stars



Maybe, I will add some special nominations in the next days..


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1. Paranormal Activity: Marked Ones (6/10)
2. 12 Years A Slave (9/10)
3. Robocop (4/10)
4. The Purge: Anarchy (8/10)
5. Mr Peabody and Sherman (9/10)
6. The Inbetweeners 2 (6/10)
7. Lucy (8/10)
8. 22 Jump Street (10/10)
9. Annabelle (7/10)
10. Ouija (1/10)
11. Dracula (4/10)
12. P.K (9.5/10)
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I really like those awards nominations Insomnio, especially for Shaliene and TFIOS wub.gif
I will also do my own set of movie nominations when I have seen a few more films smile.gif
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QUOTE(Joe. @ Jan 6 2015, 05:54 PM) *
I challenged myself with 100 films with my Unlimited card and ended up with this (a couple of duplicates, so ended on 106!)
1 American Hustle
2 Last Vegas
3 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
4 12 Years a Slave
5 Railway Man
6 Wolf on Wall Street
7 Inside Llewyn Jones
8 Osage County
9 Dallas Buyers Club
10 RoboCop
11 Her
12 The Lego Boovie 3D
13 Nymphomaniac
14 Only Lovers Left Alive
15 Non-Stop
16 Peabody & Sherman
17 Rise: 300
18 GrandBudapest Hotel
19 Under The Skin
20 Yves Saint Laurent 
21 Labor Day
22 The Zero Theorum
23 Captain America
24 20 Feet From Stardom
25 Starred Up
26 The Raid 2
27 Divergent
28 The Double
29 The Muppets
30 Noah
31 Calvary
32 The Quiet Ones
33 The Amazing Spider-Man 2
34 Locke
35 We Are The Best
36 Bad Neighbours
37 Tracks
38 Blue Ruin
39 Frank
40 The Wind Rises
41 Godzilla
42 Two Faces of January
43 Concussion
44 X-Men: Days of Future Past x2
45 Maleifiscent
46 Jimmy's Hall
47 Fruitvale Station
48 22 Jump Street
49 Edge of Tomorrow
50 Oculus
51 Million Ways to Die In The West
52 The Fault In Our Stars
53 Belle
54 Cold in July
55 Chef
56 How To Train Your Dragon 2
57 Tammy
58 Boyhood
59 Dawn of the Apes
60 Begin again
61 The Purge 2
62 Gaurdians of Galaxy
63 Mood Indigo
64 The Inbetweeners Movie
65 The Congress
66 The Rover
67 Lucy
68 What If
69 Sin City 2
70 The Keeper of Lost Causes
71 Obvious Child
72 The Guest
73 Pride
74 In order of Disappearance
75 Before I Go to sleep
76 Boxtrolls
77 A Most Wanted Man
78 Riot Club
79 Walk Amoungst Tombstones
80 Gone Girl
81 Maps to The Stars
82 Annabelle
83 71
84 The Judge
85 Maze Runner
86 Fury
87 Book of Life
88 The Way He Looks
89 The Babadook
90 Nightcrawler
91 Mr Turner
92 Interstellar x2
93 Say When
94 Skeleton Twins
95 The Imitation Game
96 The Drop
97 Mockingjay Part 1
98 What We Do In The Shadows
99 Get On Up
100 Paddington
101 St. Vincent
102 Black Sea
103 Unbroken
104 Birdman


Very interesting. I don't know many of them : "Obvious Child", "Frank", "We Are The Best", "20 Feet From Stardom", "The Way He Looks", "Skeleton Twins", "Mr Turner", "The Wind Rises", "Calvary", "Jimmy's Hall", "Only Lovers Left Alive", "Mood Indigo", "What We Do In The Shadows", "Labor Day", "The Rover", "The Congress", "Black Sea", "Tracks", "Cold in July" and "In order of Disappearance".
I guess that U.k has a wider variety of movies than Greece.. tongue.gif . I wanted to watch "The Drop" and "Blue Ruin" but my friends and I finally decided to watch other movies when they were released in my country. "The Babadook" was never released in my country. What is this unlimited card? Did you pay a lot of money for it?

QUOTE(J▲hq @ Jan 6 2015, 06:51 PM) *
Not missing anything with "Tammy". I need to rank them all later today but it's going to be right down near the bottom and I normally really like Melissa McCarthy. I'd strongly recommend "Belle" though, that was one of my favourites of the year and one of the most underrated movies of the year in my opinion (not in terms of the critics as they rated it really well but in terms of both buzz and box office I feel). "The Imitation Game" is very good too of course!


I'm very curious for your rank because we watched almost the same movies. However, I didn't find any bad or boring film in your list. European productions are always hit or miss because they have really great/brilliant movies but they have very boring movies too. On the other hand, Hollywood movies can be very sillly, childish or fake but they are rarely boring..Of course, I didn't mean all of them.
"A New York Winter's Tale"/Do you mean the movie with Colin Farrell? Do you like horror films? I asked you because I didn't see any of them in your list.

QUOTE(Nelly. S @ Jan 6 2015, 11:09 PM) *
1. Paranormal Activity: Marked Ones (6/10)
2. 12 Years A Slave (9/10)
3. Robocop (4/10)
4. The Purge: Anarchy (8/10)
5. Mr Peabody and Sherman (9/10)
6. The Inbetweeners 2 (6/10)
7. Lucy (8/10)
8. 22 Jump Street (10/10)
9. Annabelle (7/10)
10. Ouija (1/10)
11. Dracula (4/10)
12. P.K (9.5/10)


I don't know P.K.. unsure.gif "12 Years A Slave" was my favourite movie last year. It's very emotional story with groundbreaking performances. I feel that "Lucy" had very disappointing ending. I had the same feelings about "Gone Girl" too. I guess that "Ouija" is one of your worst movies ever.. tongue.gif Look, it's not "the epitome of seventh art" but it's not very bad too. The leading actress was decent. However, "Annabelle" is much better than it! I haven't watched "The Purge" and "The Purge: Anarchy" too. They were never released in my country.

QUOTE(Ultraviolence1989 @ Jan 7 2015, 12:53 AM) *
I really like those awards nominations Insomnio, especially for Shaliene and TFIOS wub.gif
I will also do my own set of movie nominations when I have seen a few more films smile.gif


Her absence in the Golden Globes was a bad joke..Shailene was really great! I don't know why they always snub teenage films in these ceremonies. I know that the majority of members are very old but this doesn't mean that they cannot apreciate a good teenage film. Furthermore, "The Fault in Our Stars" isn't the typical teenage film. It's full of social messages about death, love, friendship etc. It's much better than senseless and unbalanced movies in which critics always find something interesting.. sick2.gif


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QUOTE(Insomnio @ Jan 7 2015, 11:22 PM) *
"A New York Winter's Tale"/Do you mean the movie with Colin Farrell? Do you like horror films? I asked you because I didn't see any of them in your list.


Yeah, that was the title for the UK release. Spoiler: that awful movie was the worst thing I saw last year tongue.gif And I've never really given horror a shot but I'm not interested in trying it out.
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QUOTE(J▲hq @ Jan 8 2015, 09:07 AM) *
Yeah, that was the title for the UK release. Spoiler: that awful movie was the worst thing I saw last year tongue.gif And I've never really given horror a shot but I'm not interested in trying it out.


It is one of my worst movies of the last year too. It has already received two negative nominations.. biggrin.gif However, I challenge you to watch "A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence".. tongue.gif

Btw, Happy Birthday! I wish you all the best!
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I only watched 14 sad.gif

In order of how good they were.

1. Guardians Of The Galaxy
2. 22 Jump Street
3. Captain America: The Winter Solider
4. The Lego Movie
5. The Inbetweeners 2
6. Dumb And Dumber To (Certainly not as bad the reviews suggest)
7. X-Men: Days Of Future Past
8. Bad Neighbours
9. Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey (Everything above here I really enjoyed)
10. Muppet's Most Wanted
11. Amazing Spider-Man 2 (I love Spider-Man so this was very disappointing)
12. A Million Ways To Die In The West
13. Mrs Brown's Boys: D'Movie (The shows pretty marmalade but the film is undoubtedly terrible)
14. Godzilla

I like comedies and Marvel laugh.gif
I was going to watch Let's Be Cops but I heard the reviews and didn't bother. I'll probably get that on DVD.
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QUOTE(RobinJuanPersie @ Jan 8 2015, 09:27 PM) *
I only watched 14 sad.gif

In order of how good they were.

1. Guardians Of The Galaxy
2. 22 Jump Street
3. Captain America: The Winter Solider
4. The Lego Movie
5. The Inbetweeners 2
6. Dumb And Dumber To (Certainly not as bad the reviews suggest)
7. X-Men: Days Of Future Past
8. Bad Neighbours
9. Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey (Everything above here I really enjoyed)
10. Muppet's Most Wanted
11. Amazing Spider-Man 2 (I love Spider-Man so this was very disappointing)
12. A Million Ways To Die In The West
13. Mrs Brown's Boys: D'Movie (The shows pretty marmalade but the film is undoubtedly terrible)
14. Godzilla

I like comedies and Marvel laugh.gif
I was going to watch Let's Be Cops but I heard the reviews and didn't bother. I'll probably get that on DVD.


"Guardians Of The Galaxy" was definitely one of the most entertaining movies of the last year. On the other hand, Godzilla was underwhelming. I haven't watched any of the "Jump Street" movies yet but I noticed that they have a lot of fans here. However, I was fun of the Tv series. Johnny Depp was quite good.
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QUOTE(Insomnio @ Jan 7 2015, 11:22 PM) *
I don't know P.K.. unsure.gif "12 Years A Slave" was my favourite movie last year. It's very emotional story with groundbreaking performances. I feel that "Lucy" had very disappointing ending. I had the same feelings about "Gone Girl" too. I guess that "Ouija" is one of your worst movies ever.. tongue.gif Look, it's not "the epitome of seventh art" but it's not very bad too. The leading actress was decent. However, "Annabelle" is much better than it! I haven't watched "The Purge" and "The Purge: Anarchy" too. They were never released in my country.


P.k is a hindi-language film which is currently breaking box office records for Bollywood I think. ohmy.gif My mum is indian so she loves to watch films like this but I went to see this one wi her out of hype (really hyped up film of this year for my mum and India alike). It's very good and the acting is some of the best I've seen last year.

Lucy didn't make sense in some areas which was why it didn't get high marks for me unfortunately :/ yeah I agree, the ending was unsure.gif Ouija is the worst film I've seen yes, but I'm only 16 so there'll be plenty of other horrific movies like that passing over my lifetime soon tongue.gif The script was poor, the horror elements were uninspired and it was very generic. It wasn't scary AT ALL (And I scare easily) laugh.gif Annabelle was suprising. I thought it would be quite dissapointing but I found myself enjoying it! Some scares were a little uninspired but the writing was good and the ending spooked me he hell out. The Purge is very dissapointing tbh, but the second one was much better. More of an action than a horror but it kept my interest throughout! This should've been the first installment.


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QUOTE(Insomnio @ Jan 6 2015, 09:26 AM) *
I don't know which movie is "The Identical"..? I'm not sure if it had a official release here.
Probably not, after it bombed in America. But here, if you're interested: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Identical

I liked it more than Rotten Tomatoes did (7%), but not enough to recommend it.
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QUOTE(Nelly. S @ Jan 9 2015, 12:01 AM) *
P.k is a hindi-language film which is currently breaking box office records for Bollywood I think. ohmy.gif My mum is indian so she loves to watch films like this but I went to see this one wi her out of hype (really hyped up film of this year for my mum and India alike). It's very good and the acting is some of the best I've seen last year.

Lucy didn't make sense in some areas which was why it didn't get high marks for me unfortunately :/ yeah I agree, the ending was unsure.gif Ouija is the worst film I've seen yes, but I'm only 16 so there'll be plenty of other horrific movies like that passing over my lifetime soon tongue.gif The script was poor, the horror elements were uninspired and it was very generic. It wasn't scary AT ALL (And I scare easily) laugh.gif Annabelle was suprising. I thought it would be quite dissapointing but I found myself enjoying it! Some scares were a little uninspired but the writing was good and the ending spooked me he hell out. The Purge is very dissapointing tbh, but the second one was much better. More of an action than a horror but it kept my interest throughout! This should've been the first installment.


You are very young. I'm sure that you will watch many bad movies in the future and you 'll reconsider your opinion about the magnificent "Ouija".. biggrin.gif I haven't watched Bollywood movies yet. I love "Slumdog Millionaire" if we count it as an Indian film. However, I want to watch a popular Indian film which it was critically acclaimed in 2001. It's called "Monsoon Wedding". Have you watched this movie? Does your mother know about this movie?


QUOTE(Riser @ Jan 9 2015, 01:35 AM) *
Probably not, after it bombed in America. But here, if you're interested: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Identical

I liked it more than Rotten Tomatoes did (7%), but not enough to recommend it.


Thanks for the page. I checked about this movie but its plot is unknown to me. 7% is very low but I think that Rotten Tomatoes always give very low scores. I usually prefer Internet Movie Database.
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Begin again takes me up to 60 so far now for 2014
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Think I legit only saw Cap and Guardians at the cinema this year mellow.gif Ooops.


Saw The Equaliser and The Guest through ~other methods~ over christmas and really enjoyed them both. The former more so than the latter.
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