Best of 2014

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by Oscar Rodriguez Gorriz

My list of the movies released in 2014, ranked from Best to Worst:

  1. Whiplash*
  2. Boyhood
  3. Guardians of The Galxy*
  4. The Skeleton Twins*
  5. Edge of Tomorrow*
  6. The Raid 2: Berandal*
  7. Force Majeure
  8. Snowpiercer
  9. The Grand Budapest Hotel
  10. American Sniper
  11. Birdman
  12. Nightcrawler
  13. Still Alice
  14. Selma
  15. Fury
  16. A Most Violent Year
  17. The Imitation Game
  18. Leviathan
  19. Frank
  20. Gone Girl
  21. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes*
  22. Interstellar
  23. Foxcatcher
  24. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  25. Two Days, One Night (Deux jours, une nuit)
  26. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  27. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
  28. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
  29. Uzumasa Limelight
  30. Vincent
  31. Unbroken
  32. Big Eyes
  33. Into the Woods
  34. La Dictadura Perfecta
  35. The Immigrant
  36. Exodus: Gods and Kings
  37. The Tribe (Plemya)
  38. The Lego Movie
  39. Wild
  40. The Good Lie
  41. Clouds of Sils Maria
  42. Neighbors
  43. Kill the Messenger
  44. The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies
  45. Gloria
  46. Hellion
  47. Faults
  48. Breathe (Respire)
  49. Men, Women and Children
  50. Nymphomaniac Volume I & II
  51. The Fault in Our Stars
  52. Under the Skin
  53. The Equalizer
  54. John Wick
  55. The Judge
  56. A Walk Among the Tombstones
  57. Ocho Apellidos Vascos
  58. Bad Words
  59. The Hundred-foot Journey
  60. Chef
  61. The Drop
  62. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1
  63. Locke
  64. Noah
  65. Calvary
  66. Divergent
  67. 22 Jump Street
  68. Godzilla
  69. Inherent Vice
  70. Maleficent
  71. The Expendables 3
  72. Tusk
  73. 300: Rise of an Empire
  74. Hercules
  75. Horrible Bosses 2
  76. Guten Tag, Ramón
  77. Transformers: Age of extinction
  78. Penguins of Madagascar
  79. Annabelle
  80. Muppets Most Wanted
  81. Teenage Mutant Nija Turtles
  82. Monuments Men
  83. Labor Day
  84. Robocop
  85. Enemy
  86. Sex Tape
  87. Spiderman 2
  88. Transcendence

Ah, and I walked out of “Mr. Turner”.

* Is for the ones that watched more than once in a movie theater.

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