Greatest Films of the 2010s
Greatest Films of the 2010s


Greatest Films of the 2010s
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

2014

Title Screen Film Genre(s), Title, Year, (Country), Length, Director, Description

American Sniper (2014), 134 minutes, D: Clint Eastwood

Big Eyes (2014), 105 minutes, D: Tim Burton

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), 119 minutes, D: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Boyhood (2014), 165 minutes, D: Richard Linklater

The Fault in Our Stars (2014), 126 minutes, D: Josh Boone

Foxcatcher (2014), 134 minutes, D: Bennett Miller

Gone Girl (2014), 149 minutes, D: David Fincher

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014, US/Germ./UK), 100 minutes, D: Wes Anderson

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014, NZ/US), 144 minutes, D: Peter Jackson
See The Lord of the Rings - The Hobbit series.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014), 123 minutes, D: Francis Lawrence

The Imitation Game (2014, UK/US), 114 minutes, D: Morten Tyldum

Inherent Vice (2014), 148 minutes, D: Paul Thomas Anderson

Interstellar (2014), 169 minutes, D: Christopher Nolan

Into the Woods (2014), 124 minutes, D: Rob Marshall

The Judge (2014), 141 minutes, D: David Dobkin

The LEGO Movie (2014), 100 minutes, D: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

A Most Violent Year (2014), 125 minutes, D: J.C. Chandor

Selma (2014, UK/US), 122 minutes, D: Ava DuVernay

St. Vincent (2014), 102 minutes, D: Theodore Melfi

Still Alice (2014), 101 minutes, D: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Julianne Moore's latest (fifth) Oscar-nominated lead role was as 50 year-old Columbia University linguistics professor Dr. Alice Howland, diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. In a masterful, nuanced and poignant performance, enhanced by Moore's four months of preparation and study of the disease, she displayed the gradual, subtle, non-verbal confusion, emptying and deterioration of her memory and self-confidence. Distressingly - as she became more and more vulnerable, she lost her thoughts and words, became lost jogging, and eventually her vibrant personality diminished and disappeared.

The Theory of Everything (2014, UK), 123 minutes, D: James Marsh

Two Days, One Night (Deux Jours, Une Nuit) (2014, Fr./Belg./It.), 95 minutes, D: Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne

Unbroken (2014), 137 minutes, D: Angelina Jolie

Whiplash (2014), 107 minutes, D: Damien Chazelle

Wild (2014), 115 minutes, D: Jean-Marc Vallée


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