20 Best Films Of 2015

I’ve seen a handful of films this year and I must say, I was fortunate enough to enjoy most of them. So for my year ender list, I have compiled the 20 Best Films of 2015 and this is very subjective! You may or may not agree with me but I think I have made a very interesting and competent list.

So check it out below:

20. THE INTERN
“… the film was able to find an unorthodox chemistry between its lead and supporting stars.”

19. ME, EARL AND THE DYING GIRL
“… is undeniably solid. From the script that was written pretty good, the performances of the main leads were spectacular and the way the film was crafted is quite compelling.”

18. THE PEANUTS MOVIE
“… has kept its charm with a more polish character sketches, stunning colorful visuals and warmth that comforts your heart.”

17. HENERAL LUNA
“… It was a rousing journey with enough entertainment and hilarity.”

16. BROOKLYN
“Timeless, sophisticated and beautiful!”

15. BRIDGE OF SPIES
“… is an enjoyable ride marking complex moments of history in its simplest illustrations.”

14. TRAINWRECK
“Funny, hilarious, simple.”

13. SPOTLIGHT
“… is solid at its best and it was an intense  experience to be honest.”

12. STEVE JOBS
“… The way it was crafted is neat and cohesive. The script is well made. The performances of the actors and actresses were honor worthy. The film is simply riveting!”

11. ROOM
“… It was emotional, moving, exciting, crazy, a kick in the gut, a pull in the heartstrings — it was an emotional ride.”

10. MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION
“… The sleek production, thrilling pacing and cohesive writing worked for me big time. It was engaging, entertaining and fun. The film allows the characters to be characters and not just actors doing action stunts.”

9. THE END OF THE TOUR
“… it is nice to note how the film was crafted. It was filled with the right mix of tenderness and humor.”

8. ANT-MAN
“… It was exciting, had parts of pretty good laugh, action filled and somehow written cohesively. Paul Rudd won me over again.”

7. STAR WARS: EPISODE VII – THE FORCE AWAKENS
“The 7th episode of Star Wars is a good nostalgia – provided that the viewer has seen its predecessors.”

6. THE BIG SHORT
“… is not perfect but it has a right mixture of appeal and hilarity, drama and fluid storytelling and a phasing that is strong and consistent.”

5. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
“… It was exhilirating from start to end. The film was action-packed. And I am amazed on how hefty the narrative is. The entertainment value is top notch.”

4. AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
“… the parts that are lacking is properly served in an exchange of visual bombast and an explosive, thrilling and fantastic action sequences. It is an entertaining treat.”

3. FURIOUS 7
“… This film is a ball of epic-ness.”

2. THE MARTIAN
“… is an exquisite, thrilling and solid piece of art. The writing was impeccable. The premise is simple yet profound. And how the film was crafted had the right mix and amount of humor, spectacular visual effects and solid script.”

1. INSIDE OUT
“Smart, witty, hilarious.”

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s