You know I love my movies and I can’t get this year end without listing out my favourite ones of the year. This year delivered an epic blockbuster of movies, from my all-time favourite superheroes to awesome YA to movie adaptations.
8. The Fault in Our Stars
For a movie that has legions of nerdfighters to please, TFIOS did really well to immortalise the book and bring Gus and Hazel to life in their truest form. It was witty, smart and made me cry all the tears and I loved it. Read our Happy Eternity Discussion here.
Seeing Angelina Jolie play the villain-turned hero in this Sleeping Beauty remake was amazing! I loved the adventurous, different angle to a well loved fairy tale and she had the presence to do it.
I loved this movie so much I watched it twice (and only some of that was for the perving). Aside from the Dauntless being silly hooligans, I thought it translated the world of Divergent quite well. Check out my discussion review here.
5. Mockingjay Part 1
Mockingjay really brought a lot to the movie as Katniss experiences some quiet and heroic moments. I will love each and every Hunger Games movie.
4. Gone Girl
This movie was creepy, chilling and disturbing and left a really lasting impact after the twisted psychological thrills occurring within it. It was as good as the book. Read
my movie and book review here.
3. Guardians of the Galaxy
I can’t believe I waited to see this on DVD, I loved it so much! There were many laughs to be had at Starlord’s hilarious quips and Groot is the best character ever.
2. Captain America: Winter Soldier
The movie that made me LOVE Captain America and James Bucky <3 It had everything from lots of action, double crossing, character development for our favourite superhero. I loved it so much! Check out my Happy Eternity Discussion review with Chiara.
1. Xmen Days of Future Past
The Xmen movie that wiped out all of the previous spin-offs, I just loved how this one was intelligent and featured time travel. It was incredibly trippy with the mishmash of Xmen characters from the prequel and the originals, and it had such a different feel to the other Xmen movies!
What are your movies of the year?
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