Wednesday, 31 December 2014

10 favourite films of 2014



(In no particular order)


 #1 | The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 


#2 | X-Men: Days of Future Past


#3 | Guardians of the Galaxy


#4 | Wolf Creek 2


#5 | Dumb and Dumber To


#6 | The Grand Budapest Hotel


#7 | Captain America: The Winter Soldier


#8 | The Babadook


#9 | Gone Girl


And for the so shit it's good entry... #10 | Zombeavers


2014 big movie let downs: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and 300: Rise of an Empire.
It entirely proves that just because the first one was a hit doesn't mean the second (and so on) will be anything close to that. Also if I never see a Transformers film again I'll be more than happy.

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