Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#51 Post by repeat » Wed Jan 21, 2015 12:55 pm

Good old page three (at least until two or three people delete their lists...)

1. The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
2. Diary of a Chambermaid (Benoît Jacquot)
3. 45 Years (Andrew Haigh)
4. Polizeiruf 110: Kreise (Christian Petzold)
5. Interrogation (Vetrimaaran)
6. Logbook_Serbistan (Želimir Žilnik)
7. The Treasure (Corneliu Porumboiu)

Good but possibly not top-10 stuff: Aferim! (Radu Jude), Ant-Man (Peyton Reed), Cemetery of Splendour (Apichatpong Weerasethakul), Chappie (Neill Blomkamp), Inside Out (Pete Docter), Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller), Mr. Holmes (Bill Condon), Shaun the Sheep Movie (Richard Starzak & Mark Burton), Tangerine (Sean Baker)

Still unseen: No Home Movie (Chantal Akerman), Blood of My Blood (Marco Bellocchio), Sunset Song (Terence Davies), L'ombre des femmes (Philippe Garrel), Under Electric Clouds (Aleksei German Jr.), Wake/Subic (John Gianvito), Arabian Nights (Miguel Gomes), L’Accademia delle Muse (José Luis Guerin), Happy Hour (Ryūsuke Hamaguchi), Carol (Todd Haynes), Right Now, Wrong Then (Hong Sang-soo), Ryūzo and the Seven Henchmen (Takeshi Kitano), Journey to the Shore (Kiyoshi Kurosawa), The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos), Deux Rémi, deux (Pierre Léon), The Event (Sergei Loznitsa), Knight of Cups (Terrence Malick), Blackhat (Michael Mann), Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (Christopher McQuarrie), 88:88 (Isiah Medina), Das ewige Leben (Wolfgang Murnberger), The Queen of Earth (Alex Ross Perry), Vincent (Thomas Salvador), 11 Minutes (Jerzy Skolimowski), The Aquarium and the Nation (Jean-Marie Straub), The Exquisite Corpus (Peter Tcherkassky), Afternoon (Tsai Ming-liang), Louder Than Bombs (Joachim Trier), Chevalier (Athina Rachel Tsangari), In Jackson Heights (Frederick Wiseman), Cosmos (Andrzej Zulawski)
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#52 Post by flyonthewall2983 » Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:19 pm

1. Blackhat

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#53 Post by Kirkinson » Sun Feb 08, 2015 3:26 pm

1. Carol (Todd Haynes)
2. The Pearl Button (Patricio Guzman)
3. Jauja (Lisandro Alonso)
4. Dead Slow Ahead (Mauro Herce)
5. Hotel Nueva Isla (Irene Gutiérrez Torres & Javier Labrador)
6. Waiting for August (Teodora Ana Mihai)
7. Direct Route (Pam Minty)
8. Anomalisa (Charlie Kaufman & Duke Johnson)
9. Güeros (Alonso Ruizpalacios)
10. 45 Years (Andrew Haigh)
11. Tu Dors Nicole (Stéphane Lafleur)
12. Bande de filles (Céline Sciamma)
13. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (J.J. Abrams)
14. The Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas)
15. Court (Chaitanya Tamhane)
16. Iraqi Odyssey (Samir)

Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)
Bridge of Spies (Steven Spielberg)
Corn Island (George Ovashvili)
Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (David Zellner)
A Girl at My Door (July Jung)
Creed (Ryan Coogler)
Horse Money (Pedro Costa)
Mistress America (Noah Baumbach)
Crimson Peak (Guillermo Del Toro)
The Furthest End Awaits (Chiang Hsiu-chiung)
Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller)
The President (Mohsen Makhmalbaf)
The Revenant (Alejandro González Iñárritu)
The Hateful Eight (Quentin Tarantino)
The Martian (Ridley Scott)
Jalanan (Daniel Ziv)
Phoenix (Christian Petzold)
Eisenstein in Guanajuato (Peter Greenaway)
Freeheld (Peter Sollett)
Artico (Gabri Velazquez)
Nasty Baby (Sebastian Silva)
Concrete Night (Pirjo Honkasalo)
Factory Girl (Mohamed Khan)
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#54 Post by John Cope » Thu Apr 16, 2015 1:50 pm

1. Jamie Marks is Dead (Smith)
2. Blackhat (Mann)
3. Something, Anything (Harrill)
4. Lost River (Gosling)
5. Mad Max: Fury Road (Miller)
6. A Most Violent Year (Chandor)
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#55 Post by Luke M » Sat Apr 18, 2015 11:46 pm

1. Mad Max: Fury Road
2. Inside Out
3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
4. The Assassin
5. Timbuktu
6. Spotlight
7. Tangerine
8. Clouds of Sils Maria
9. Ex Machina
10. Brooklyn

Didn't make the cut: Creed, The Martian, Sicario, Steve Jobs

Still need to see: Amy, Bridge of Spies, Carol, Chi-Raq, The Hateful Eight, Macbeth, The Revenant, Room
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#56 Post by Michael » Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:56 pm

1, Mommy
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#57 Post by Banasa » Thu May 07, 2015 11:04 am

1. The Duke of Burgundy
2. Mad Max: Fury Road
3. The Assassin
4. Amy
5. Ex Machina
6. Diary of a Teenage Girl
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#58 Post by cantinflas » Wed May 13, 2015 11:54 pm

1. Mad Max: Fury Road
2. Knight of Cups
3. Entertainment
4. Love
5. The Hateful Eight
6. Queen of the Desert
7. Blackhat
8. American Ultra
9. We Are Your Friends
10. Aloha
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#59 Post by colinr0380 » Wed May 20, 2015 6:02 am

1. Our Little Sister (Umimachi Diary)
2. The Lobster
3. Bitter Lake
4. No No Sleep
5. Love
6. Blackhat
7. World of Tomorrow
8. Mommy
9. Fantastic Four
10. American Ultra (I liked that this was a Bourne film with a sense of humour, i.e. enjoyable! And that it moves from feeling equal parts Clerks and Adventureland (in the re-teaming of Eisenberg and Stewart), becomes part Terminator (in the police station massacre) and Bourne, then sort of Oldboy meets Mr and Mrs Smith, and so on)


11. Knight of Cups
12. Krampus
13. Nina Forever
14. Steve Jobs
15. Aaaaaaaah!
15. Love Is All

Also seen: Ant-Man


Esio Trot (for the twee Richard Curtis-isms and contrivances that sort of cancelled out the more darkly wry Roald Dahl that should have been in there, but the central performances by Dustin Hoffman and Judi Dench are lovely!)
The Good Dinosaur
My Scientology Movie
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#60 Post by franco » Sun May 24, 2015 3:42 am

The Invitation (Karyn Kusama)
Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller)
The Assassin (Hou Hsiao Hsien)
The Gift (Joel Edgerton)
Inside Out (Pete Docter, Ronnie Del Carmen)
45 Years (Andrew Haigh)
Mistress America (Noah Baumbach)
One Floor Below (Radu Muntean)
Cemetery of Splendour (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
The Hateful Eight (Quentin Tarantino)
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#61 Post by Lost Highway » Tue Jun 02, 2015 4:21 am

I rarely go to the cinema anymore, so tend to catch up with most films when they come out on Blu-ray. With the exception of my number 1 film I hope most of these will be off my list or far down when I'm done.

1. What We Do In The Shadows
2. It Follows
3. The Duke of Burgundy
4. The Clouds of Sils Maria
5. Mad Max: Fury Road
6. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
7. Ex Machina

Looking forward to: Wild Tales, Carol, The Forbidden Room, Phoenix, Mommy, Dheepan, A Bigger Splash

These days TV series are frequently my favourite films and The Jinx would have been high on my list if it had been a film.

Worst: Kingsman: The Secret Service (I'm not sure anybody makes films as consistently ugly as Matthew Vaughn)
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#62 Post by RSTooley » Wed Jun 17, 2015 11:35 am

It's funny how one's perspective can change in a year. After finally completing my personal 2015 'to watch' list, I have formulated a new shortlist of favorite films:

The Top 10 Films of 2015:
  • 1. Spotlight
    2. Mad Max: Fury Road
    3. Brooklyn
    4. The Assassin
    5. Room
    6. Phoenix
    7. The Big Short
    8. The Tribe
    9. Chi-Raq
    10. The Look of Silence
The Notable Films of 2015:
Anomalisa, The Assassin, The Big Short, Brooklyn, Chi-Raq, Creed, Ex Machina, Experimenter, I'll See You in My Dreams, The Look of Silence, Mad Max: Fury Road, Mustang, 99 Homes, Phoenix, Room, Sicario, Spotlight, Tangerine, The Tribe, White God

EDIT: Final submission, this time with more films thrown out and my top ten in order of preference.
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#63 Post by SexualAmbulance » Mon Jul 20, 2015 5:59 pm

I'm assuming from the lists of others that we are including 2014 films that were distributed in 2015. In that case:

01. The Tribe (dir. Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, DP Valentyn Vasyanovych)
02. Um Século de Energia (dir. Manoel de Oliveira, DP Manoel de Oliveira & André Szankowski)
03. Magic Mike XXL (dir. Gregory Jacobs, DP Peter Andrews)
04. Ballet 422 (dir. Jody Lee Lipes, DP Jody Lee Lipes & Nick Bentgen)
05. Félix et Meira (dir. Maxime Geroux, DP Sara Mishara)
06. Maps to the Stars (dir. David Cronenberg, DP Peter Suschitzky)
07. The Salt of the Earth (dir. Wim Wenders, DP Hugo Barbier & Juliano Ribeiro Salgado)
T08. Clouds of Sils Maria (dir. Olivier Assayas, DP Yorick Le Saux)
T08. Trainwreck (dir. Judd Apatow, DP Jody Lee Lipes)
10. Tomorrowland (dir. Brad Bird, DP Claudio Miranda)

EDIT: Thank you for the specification swo (I didn't want to make another (non-list) post saying so to keep the thread at its level of cleanliness). I think this is suitable for 2015 so I will keep it in its current state.
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#64 Post by swo17 » Mon Jul 20, 2015 6:05 pm

Everyone has their own definition of how to assign films to years. You should go with whatever definition makes the most sense to you personally.

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#65 Post by zedz » Sun Aug 02, 2015 11:52 pm

It’s been a fine year so far, so I’ve got a second almost-ten-best list of also-rans too.


The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-Hsien) – Drop dead gorgeous from start to finish as well as being a provocative and ambitious reimagining of action cinema. Perhaps the most plot-heavy film Hou has ever made, but he still refuses to pander to the conventions of hand-holding cinematic exposition: this is a genre film for grown-ups.

Cemetery of Splendour (Apichatpong Weerasethakul) – A sublimely becalmed film that occupies the mysterious realm between sleep and wakefulness, dream and reality, life and death. Spoilers follow, but this isn’t really a film that’s about its plot. In what is already a dream-like set-up, a middle-aged woman, Jen, comes across a ward of soldiers afflicted with some form of sleeping sickness, and adopts one of their number, Itt. He wakes up and falls asleep several times, in addition to being possessed by / possessing a friendly medium. Some of what unfolds seems to be what he’s dreaming. The weird colour-therapy totems that infest the ward come to infect the wider world (in an eerie Lynchian interlude), the hospital momentarily reverts to its true identity as an abandoned school, and a couple of goddesses take time out from their shopping spree to thank Jen for those cute carved animals. Weerasethakul shoots scenes of ordinary life as if they were surreal apocalyptic visions and vice versa.

Under Electric Clouds (Alexey German Jr.) – Dense, literary quasi-science-fiction and (like his similarly ambitious and expansive The Last Train and Paper Soldier) the kind of film hardly anybody is making on this scale any more. Seven chapters explore, in the past, present and future, the impact of an abandoned architectural project on the people around it. There’s a careful, intensive rhyming of motifs and themes and characters, all building to a nuanced portrait of the many ways in which we disconnect from one another, with each chapter pivoting on a brief moment that goes against that tide of indifference. Phenomenal artistry at work here, in a radically different and more classical vein from the work of German père.

The Ground We Won (Christopher Pryor / Miriam Smith) – Tough and warm portrait of a small town New Zealand community seen through its rugby club. Inevitably, this is an exposé of outmoded rites of masculinity, but thankfully it’s much more complex than that, and one of the most beautifully shot films I’ve seen in years.

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Roy Andersson) – More of the same from Andersson, for which I am extremely grateful. He’s in the entertainment industry. He just wants to bring some fun into people’s lives. He’s so happy that everything’s going fine with you.

Phoenix (Christian Petzold) – I already wrote a bit about this. One of the best neo-noirs ever made, and I haven’t seen a more perfect ending to a film in a long, long time.

Arabian Nights (Miguel Gomes) – Gomes’ ambition with this film is so insanely great that he runs screaming out of it in the first half hour, appalled at what he’s taken on. All this in the midst of an amazing sequence that layers sound and ideas in the manner of 70s Godard but which is nevertheless, you know, fun. Over the next six hours, we also get nods to De Oliveira, Pasolini and Rocha, but mostly a one-of-a-kind miasma of ancient and modern storytelling forms. The structure, particularly the way it all ends, is audacious and deliberately frustrating but, the more I think about it, also weirdly appropriate. Truly a magnum opus (and one that incidentally skewers the fundamental pointlessness of Garrone’s amiable Tale of Tales).

The Tribe (Miroslav Slaboshpitsky) – So dark it almost seems gratuitous, but the filmmaking here is so stunning you can’t look away. This film is one of a number of recent ones (e.g. Jauja, From What Is Before) that finds thrilling new possibilities in silent film mise en scène. Here it’s through the spectacularly expressive deaf cast (who talk ninety-to-the-dozen, though none of their dialogue is subtitled) captured in long shot in mobile, dynamic compositions evoking Tarkovsky, Tarr, Bosch.

The Andes (Cristobal Leon) – Creepy Chilean pixilation in which an entire room transforms itself. A film that defies description, so here are some shots from it (the actual film unfolds in a single 'take').

Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas) – Grand arthouse film about Art (darling!), which makes it profoundly old-fashioned and profoundly unfashionable, but Assayas is such a great filmmaker I relished every set-up and every cut. Binoche and Stewart’s rapport is beautifully observed, and everybody else is pitch perfect.


The Lobster (Jorgos Lanthimos) – An absurdist satire that’s truly, refreshingly vicious, and much, much darker than I anticipated (despite warnings to that effect). Fortunately, it’s also very, very funny, especially if you’re a sick fuck like me.

When Marnie Was There (Hiromasa Yonebayashi) – Also unexpectedly dark – basically, it’s a film about a 12-year-old girl struggling with depression, dressed up as a rustic mystery – but ultimately a beautiful and warm film, establishing Yonebayashi as a distinctive director in his own right, combining the strengths of Takahata and Miyazaki just as this film is kind of like 'Only Yesterday meets Totoro'.

Very Lonely Cock (Leonid Shmelkov) – Bonkers, hilarious, surreal animation featuring arbitrary transformations of escalating absurdity.

The Forbidden Room (Guy Maddin) – I generally like Maddin, but even I found the prospect of a two-hour plus feature daunting. Fortunately, this is possibly his most experimental and funniest film to date, and it has the audacity to try and bludgeon the ‘Most Nested Narratives Ever Presented on Film’ trophy out of Miguel Gomes’ twitching, bloody hands.

World of Tomorrow (Don Hertzfeldt) – Wonderful, bizarre and hilarious. Just fund his Kickstarter, already, and see for yourself.

Hill of Freedom (Hong Sang-Soo) – One of the most formally playful Hong films in years. A girl receives a bundle of letters from a Japanese friend who has travelled to Korea just to find her, drops the bundle and jumbles the undated letters (losing one entirely), then reads them in the resulting random order. The language of the film is ESL, which just adds another layer of comic incongruity to the proceedings. It’s a good, typically low-key Hong story, and to his great credit he doesn’t use the film’s structural conceit to forge easy ironies or micro-mysteries. Nevertheless, I had great fun after the screening reconstructing the correct order of events and admiring his typically fine craftsmanship.

Around the World in 50 Concerts (Heddy Honigmann) – Anybody could have made an interesting documentary on the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra travelling around the world, but only Honigmann could have transformed it into such a moving meditation on the myriad ways we use music. Amidst the expected cinema verite goings on there are moving and entertaining interviews with musicians and audience members about their very personal responses to specific pieces of music. It’s a well Honigmann has returned to more than once, but nobody else is exploring that material with the same attention and sensitivity, so I’m not complaining.

Dreamcatcher (Kim Longinotto) – Another great female documentarist adds another fine chapter to her brilliant career-long project. In this case, it’s another portrait of an inspirational woman standing up to patriarchal oppression. Ex-prostitute Brenda Myers-Powell empowers Chicago prostitutes and at-risk teens to change their lives, on their own terms. The stories we hear are about as disturbing as they come, and the victories are very small and localized, but Myers-Powell and Longinotto are realists, and this is the only kind of change at their disposal, so let's celebrate it.

Tamatea Dusky (Alex Monteith) – Wildly beautiful landscapes and seascapes interspersed with a vestigial narrative conveyed through journal entries. This experimental short was basically eye candy, but what eye candy!


Normally I'd have more than one of these, but the one I do have is so far up its class of its own that every other lousy film I've seen so far this year looks good in comparison.

Love (Gaspar Noe) – Even I was unprepared for what a terrible, terrible, terrible film this was. Noe is like the world’s most pretentious twelve-year-old, inflicting a prepubescent macho fantasy of what adulthood is all about on gullible self-flattering men who really should know better. (This is the kind of film in which a woman’s deepest desire is the lesbian-but-not-really-lesbian sex scene from every single porn film. “Oh snap!” says Noe’s surrogate cretin protagonist). The film has one visual idea (the match cut) that it employs relentlessly and unchallengingly (the mise en scene is so dull and standardized that just about every shot is matched anyway, wherever one cuts them): this is auteurism with the ‘eur’ removed. As a side dish, you’ve got some of the worst dialogue ever captured on film (much of it in redundant voiceover); phenomenally boring use of 3D (this film is the anti-Adieu au langage in that respect); and on-screen narcissism that’s only just falls short of the heady heights established by Thomas Clay. Yikes!

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#66 Post by rohmerin » Sat Aug 08, 2015 1:46 pm

The best 2015, by far, are Tom Hardy's lips. Oh my.

1- Une nouvelle amie, Ozon.
2- White God
3- Anime nere (Black Souls)
4- The lobster

I love period films related to WW2 but the films are bad: Woman in Gold, Child 44, Suite française.
I haven't like the last Techines, or the Spielberg's spy tale, or the Moretti's mia madre. I haven't liked any film.
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#67 Post by hollis » Mon Aug 24, 2015 5:39 pm

Aside from the top five, I haven't really been struck by a lot. It's been a sedate year so far, notwithstanding Fury Road, which mostly makes up for that, I guess.

1. Mad Max: Fury Road
2. About Elly
3. Ex Machina
4. Timbuktu
5. Blackhat
6. Inside Out
7. Clouds of Sils Maria
8. Best of Enemies
9. Magic Mike XXL
10. Wild Tales
11. Good Kill
12. The Voices

Da Sweet Blood of Jesus
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Get Hard
The Cobbler
While We're Young
The End of the Tour

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#68 Post by perkypat » Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:10 am

Films released in UK 2015

1. The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos)
2. Duke of Burgundy (Peter Strickland)
3. Mad Max Fury Road (George Miller)
4. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (Ana Lily Amarpour)
5. Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)
6. Love and Mercy (Bill Pohlad)
7. Wild Tales (Damian Szifron)
8. The Wonders (Alice Rohrwacher)
9. Diary of a Teenage Girl (Marielle Heller)
10. White God (Cornel Mondruczo)

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#69 Post by kuzine » Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:03 am

Arabian Nights Vol. 1-3 (Gomes)
45 years (Haigh)
Mad Max: Fury Road (Miller)
Whiplash (Chazelle)
National Gallery (Wiseman)
It Follows (Mitchell)
The Lobster (Lanthimos)
Inherent Vice (Anderson)
Assassin (hou)
Hard to be a God (German)

Also seen: Gone Girl, Ex Machina, One Floor Below, Mountains May Depart, MI: Rogue Nation, Maestà, Dark Places, Inside Out, Le tout nouveau testament, Sleeping Giant, Tomorrowland, Still the Water, Child 44, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Slow West, Mr Turner, L’enlèvement de Michel Houellebuecq, The Duke of Burgundy

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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#70 Post by Sonmi451 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 11:48 am

As per release in the U.S., unless I get to see it sooner.

1. Inherent Vice - 9/10
2. Heaven Knows What - 9/10
3. Ex Machina - 8/10
4. Foxcatcher - 8/10
5. Clouds of Sils Maria - 8/10
6. It Follows - 8/10
7. Youth - 8/10
8. Force Majeure - 7.5/10
9. Far From the Madding Crowd - 7.5/10
10. Slow West - 7.5/10

2014 / 2013 / 2012 / 2011 / 2010
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#71 Post by barrym71 » Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:26 pm

01) It Follows
02) Max Mad: Fury Road
03) The Clouds of Sils Maria
04) Sicario
05) The Hateful Eight
06) The Duke of Burgundy
07) Beasts of No Nation
08) Tangerine
09) Creed
10) The End of the Tour
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#72 Post by bdsweeney » Mon Nov 23, 2015 12:34 am

1) 45 Years
2) Mad Max: Fury Road
3) It Follows
4) Bridge of Spies
5) Duke of Burgundy
6) Love and Mercy
7) Magic Mike XXL
8) Song Of The Sea
9) Blackhat
10) The Shaun the Sheep Movie

Worst: Kingsman, Knight of Cups, The Tribe

Also seen:
Amy, The Assassin, Clouds of Sils Maria, Diary of a Teenage Girl, The Dressmaker, Eden, Ex-Machina, The Look of Silence, Maps to the Stars, The Martian, Mistress America, Passolini, Ricki and the Flash, Siccario, Spectre, Spy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Winter Sleep

Want to see: Bitter Lake, Brooklyn, Girlhood, Jauja, Carol, Phoenix, Steve Jobs, inside Out, Sunset Song, 99 Homes, While We're Young, Tangerine, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Anomalisa, Heart of a Dog, Tu dors Nicole, Cartel Land, Slow West, The Big Short, Embrace of the Serpent, Mustang, Breathe, Experimenter, Appropriate Behaviour, World of Tomorrow (awaiting blu ray)
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#73 Post by Trees » Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:35 am

01 The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-Hsien) 10/10
02 The Tribe (Slaboshpitsky) 8/10
03 The Force Awakens (Abrams) 8/10
04 Sicario (Villeneuve) 8/10
05 When Marnie was There (Yonebayashi) 7/10
06 Mustang (Ergüven) 8/10
07 The Revenant (Iñárritu) 8/10
08 Ex Machina (Garland) 7/10
09 Steve Jobs (Boyle) 7/10
10 Creed (Coogler) 7/10
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#74 Post by Newsnayr » Mon Dec 07, 2015 2:02 am

1. Carol
2. World of Tomorrow
3. Phoenix
4. The Forbidden Room
5. Mad Max: Fury Road
6. Mistress America
7. Queen of Earth
8. The Assassin
9. Blackhat
10. When Marnie Was There
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Re: Dynamic Top Tens of 2015

#75 Post by JakeB » Mon Dec 07, 2015 7:02 am

1. Horse Money
2. 45 Years
3. Carol
4. Amour Fou
5. Mia Madre
6. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch, Reflecting on Existence
7. The Wonders
8. Force Majeure
9. Sunset Song
10. Jauja

I was really impressed by Stations of the Cross, The Tribe, The Duke of Burgundy and Girlhood also.

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