Wednesday 2 July 2014


10. Starred Up
"Raw, real, intelligent, knowing, humane, and brutal. It's also beautifully made, brilliantly played, and thoughtfully scripted." haruvister

9. The Fault In Our Stars
"It's beautiful, bitter sweet, heart-breaking, perfectly executed … and the first film in my 28 years that has made me cry." Gemma Corder

  8. The Double
"Riffing on Anderson, Lynch and Gilliam, Ayoade puts his own spin on the dystopian genre with a film that is cerebral, confrontational and surreal." Josh Senior

7. Edge of Tomorrow
"Pure entertainment from beginning to end. Hugely underrated, and should have been a lot more successful than it was!" Saxondale

6. Blue Ruin
"Pure, visceral cinema. A gripping edge-of-the-seat ride that came from nowhere without any help from the usual Hollywood hype machine." nickc909

5. X-Men: Days of Future Past
"This is the Goldfinger of X-Men movies, where the production team crystallises the essence of the concept, within a great narrative." ID5338189
"A sublimely confident piece of film-making with terrific visuals and solid pacing." Chris McSweeney

4. Calvary
"Brendan Gleeson is the perfect imperfect priest, whose final week we follow as he examines the transgressors around him. His charismatic performance enables us to believe that he has the power to assuage the sins of others, yet that he is also still very much a fragile, fallible human. A quiet, funny, scabrous, profound film" Chris7572

3. Under The Skin
"Audacious, captivating and iconic, it felt fresh and like nothing I have seen before. Destined for cult status" Rachael Loughlan
"Unlike anything else I've seen this century. The soundtrack is brilliant, Scarlett Johansson is excellent, and it made me look at other human beings very differently on emerging from cinema!" Reesiepie

2. The Grand Budapest Hotel
"For the Ralph Fiennes performance alone this is a must see. The film presents something new with each repeat viewing, offering a depth and complexity to every character, every scene; in actual fact every frame is awash with painstaking beauty." ID430293

"Probably Anderson's best film: hilarious, visually astonishing and packed full of his regulars, who all dazzle in their well-drawn characters." Tom Lillywhite
"After the well-made but emotionally distant Moonrise Kingdom, I went to see this with hopes for a mild improvement. I certainly didn't expect that I'd be grinning and laughing from beginning to end. Superb." orangew

1. The Lego Movie
"Brilliant, complex, multilayered, funny, subversive … and Lego."Andc
"The could have easily been like any other branding-fixated cash-grab, yet it can stand up on its own without relying on toy-collecting fans thanks to its inventive animation and surprisingly rich emotional themes. Everything is awesome about this film." Charlie Willis

"Visually stunning, endlessly imaginative, and with a third act that comes out of nowhere to hit you right in the childhood. It's a film about the innocence of childhood, the power of imagination, and above all else, a little plastic brick that changed the world." Newbarbarian

Courtesy: theguardian

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