Why do I do my Top 10 lists of the year so late into the following year? Simple. I’m not a film critic that gets free tickets to sneak peaks or special DVDs to preview before the end of the year. So that means I’m limited to making my picks until months into the new year.
It took awhile because I had a lot of catching up to do in terms of movie watching. Boy did I have a lot to watch and boy was it hard to rank the Top 10 of the year. There were a lot of films I liked and it’s hard to rank them 1st to 10th. But it’s needed if you want to make a Top 10 list.
So without further ado, here are my Top 10 Films Of 2016:
- La La Land
- Manchester By The Sea
- Hidden Figures
- Hell Or High Water
- Kubo And The Two Strings
- The Salesman
- Hacksaw Ridge
And there you have it. My Top 10 films of 2016. For my past lists, just click on the links below:
Yep, it’s that time when I publish my opinions on what were the top movies and films of the year. 2015 was a better year than 2014 in many ways. It gave people lots of reasons to go see a movie. It also gave a lot of good quality films as well. Basically the year gave a lot to be admired. It also helped the film industry breathe a sigh of relief as they may have felt that they were losing crowds because of new media forms.
Nope, people still like going to the cinema to see a movie. And 2015 gave lots of good reasons from your typical superhero movies to the return of a maverick series to a sci-fi film that came from nowhere to amaze people to a film that will infuriate you over bankers to a bear attack for the ages.
So without further ado, here are my Top 10 films of 2015:
- The Big Short
- Mad Max: Fury Road
- Ex Machina
- Bridge of Spies
- The Revenant
- Straight Outta Compton
- Inside Out
- The Hateful Eight
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Love and Mercy
And there you have it. My Top 10 films of 2015. For my past lists, just click on the links below:
Hi. I know it’s been a long time for me to publish a blog. That’s a common trait of mine that if I do a lot of writing for one period of time, I tire out for a long time. That explains the lack of blogging. However I hope to get back to the process over the next while. I’m planning some more movie reviews and even a political topic or two.
Here, I’ll be posting my long-awaited Top 10 films list of the year. Here are the links to past years:
When it comes to reviewing movies, I’m not your typical ‘film snob.’ Most of the time I’m okay with the typical commercial Hollywood movies as long as it’s done well. I approach them with the attitude: “Okay I know it’s your job to sell big but give the audience their money’s worth.” I also have my own approach to the artsy film-fest fare type of films: “Okay I know you want to be creative and do your own inspired thing but don’t forget this will be shown in front of an audience. Don’t alienate them.”
That’s how I approach films. That’s also how I approach my Top 10 list. Bonus points are given to films that go beyond my expectations. With that in mind, here are my Top 10 films of 2014:
- American Sniper
- The Grand Budapest Hotel
- The Imitation Game
- The Theory of Everything
- Gone Girl
- Still Alice
- The LEGO Movie