Top 10 – Missed Films of 2014

I always feel like this is the important list of 2014 films to do first, as then everyone knows that I missed some films. A number of reasons for this, that they were unfortunately only on at the cinema for a week and it come and went too quickly to catch it. That I was just too busy and picked other films (it happens and often leads to bad choices) or in some cases that a particular film just doesn’t get released in my area. I have this year attend the cinema quite a lot on my own on an evening, something I never thought I would do, but at the end of the day I am not bothered at all what people think. If I had been bothered I would have missed some cracking films this year such as Boyhood, St. Vincent and Interstellar all of which have a very good chance of making it into my top 10 films of 2014!

Top 10 – Best Films of 2014

Top 10 – Worst Films of 2014

2014 at the Cinema

I will be looking to try and catch up with these films in 2015, unless of course anyone would like to tell me to avoid any of them?Fury

The Equaliser

Mr. Turner

The Monuments Men

Before I Go To Sleep

Calvary

The Giver

The Skeleton Twins

The Homesman

Frank

Which ones do I need to make sure I catch up with?

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31 thoughts on “Top 10 – Missed Films of 2014

  1. Calvary is terrific, but try to see The Guard first. They are two of three films made about modern Ireland and the two that are out – The Guard and Calvary – are very entertaining. I enjoyed The Monuments Men but then I am fascinated by art and history.

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    • Your the second person to mention The Guard, which I have on Blu Ray and haven’t watched yet. So I think that has to go to the top of my list to watch in 2015!

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  2. I liked The Giver more than most but it’s still not that good and I probably won’t exactly recommend it. Frank is great and The Skeleton Twins was just a really nice and heartfelt film but it might be too sappy for some people. Fury is quite underrated I think

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  3. Out of these I would recommend Fury the most. It’s not one of the best WWII films, but it is entertaining and if you go into it without comparing it to others of its kind it’s pretty satisfying!

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