Post your favorite flicks/movies/films/kino from 2015
I think that's all I saw in 2015. Avengers 2 was the worst of the Marvel films I've seen, Jurassic World was worse than Jurassic Park sequels, Spectre was the wost Bond film and Terminator was 50% good and 50% absolute dogshit.
I can't even name many others that I want to see.
Why? The first one was shot in an incredibly ugly way and was solely the sub-plot from Boogie Nights about the man who just wants to sell Hi-Fi systems stretched to over 90 minutes or whatever.
MMXXL is roughly a million times better than the first. Ditches the poor-man's Boogie Nights story for a cheerful and fun road trip movie about strippers
Just outside my top 10.
Michael B. Jordan was a bit dull as the lead, the love interest subplot felt forced. Direction and story were really good, though. Sly was fucking great. I'm pulling for him to win Best Supporting Actor
Chocolate City is a real gem way better than white propaganda that is Magic Mike
Why does no one on /tv/ ever mention Carol, is it because the screener looked like ass and they can't be bothered to go to the cinema?
It's head and shoulders the best of 2015
I don't see why I should ever go to movies instead of watching it at home when blurays arrive.
movie theaters fucking suck, people, extra noise, non-optimal places etc.
fuck they should pay me to go to movies to go their shitty theaters to watch 15 minute of ads before the fucking movie..
1. "Queen of Earth" (dir. Alex Ross Perry)
2. "The Case of Hana & Alice" (dir. Shunji Iwai)
3. "Anomalisa" (dir. Duke Johnson & Charlie Kaufman)
4. "The Kindergarten Teacher" (dir. Nadav Lapid)
5. "Taxi" (dir. Jafar Panahi)
6. "Mistress America" (dir. Noah Baumbach)
7. "I Don't Love You" (dir. Pavel Kostomarov & Alexandr Rastorguev)
8. "Hill of Freedom" (dir. Sangsoo Hong)
9. "Eden" (dir. Mia Hansen-Love)
10. "Bone Tomahawk" (dir. S. Craig Zahler)
11. "Nasty Baby" (dir. Sebastian Silva)
12. "Buzzard" (dir. Joel Potrykus)
Honorable mentions (in alphabetical order):
"The Big Short" (dir. Adam McKay)
"Bridge of Spies" (dir. Steven Spielberg)
"Christmas, Again" (dir. Charles Poekel)
"Digging for Fire" (dir. Joe Swanberg)
"Entertainment" (dir. Rick Alverson)
"From What Is Before" (dir. Lav Diaz)
"Heaven Knows What" (dir. Ben & Joshua Safdie)
"Magic Mike XXL" (dir. Gregory Jacobs)
"Mia Madre" (dir. Nanni Moretti)
"Pasolini" (dir. Abel Ferrara)
"Reality" (dir. Quentin Dupieux)
"Steve Jobs" (dir. Danny Boyle)
"Vincent" (dir. Thomas Salvador)
"The Visit" (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
Star Wars 7 - 8.5/10
Inside Out - 8.3/10
Mad Max - 8.2/10
Steve Jobs - 7.6/10
The Walk - 7.5/10
Jurassic World - 7.1/10
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 - 7/10
Terminator Genisys - 6.6/10
Trainwreck - 6.4/10
Pan - 5.9/10
Agent 47 - 5.8/10
Jupiter Ascending - 5.4/10
The Ridiculous 6 - 5/10
luckily didn't waste time watching any flicks in 2015
1. Inside Out
2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. The Martian
5. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
6. Jurassic World
7. Mission Impossilbe: Rogue Nation
8. The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
10. Mistress America
There's still a lot that I haven't seen. The bottom row are all rather mediocre.
Ones I saw..no favourites
Admittedly, one of the few years in recent memory where I just did not see that many new films. The only other two 2015 flicks I watched were Black Mass and SPECTRE, both of which I did not enjoy.
→ Hateful Eight, Pale Moon, Bridgend, Chuck Norris VS Communism
→ 100 Yen Love, Sleeping Giant, Men & Chicken, Buzzard
→ Deathgasm, Tale of Iya, Green Room, Uzumasa Limelight
→ The Case of Hana & Alice, Revenant, Mushishi 'Drops of Bells', Reality
Most of my most anticipated still haven't been released theatrically
Just finished watching this, ended up sobbing through most of the second half.
If you have doubts, or haven't seen it, please make the time and watch this. Very powerful stuff.