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Guardians of the Galaxy
Of all the Summer blockbusters released in 2014, “Guardians” was definitely a standout. Marvel's most bizzare and "out-there” film yet might as well be its most entertaining since "The Avengers". With its brilliant stylistic James Gunn flavor, an unforgettable group of characters, an irresistible soundtrack, and plenty of heart, “Guardians” takes 2014’s solid year of blockbusters to infinity and beyond.

The Grand Budapest Hotel
There is no filmmaker out there quite like Wes Anderson, a director who is always hitting it out of the park, and with “Grand Budapest” it is no exception. This intricate work of art features some of the most gorgeous and distinct visuals of the year, but really it is Anderson’s knack for his original characters that help elevate this absolutely over-the-top delight. Ralph Fiennes is wondrously charming playing completely against-type as Gustave H. (who has already gone down as one of Wes Anderson’s most iconic characters). Add this colorful ensemble cast along with an intricately crafted screenplay, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is definitely a must-see.

Snowpiercer
This one really caught me by surprise. South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s latest film may use English as its language, but that does not take away its foreign-feel. It showcases some of the most exciting aspects of what foreign filmmakers have to offer, whether it is through its visceral action sequences, and surprisingly enough - its world-building. Which is interesting knowing how almost the entire film takes place in a train. But beyond the remarkable technical feats of “Snowpiercer”, it is elevated by the ideas it expresses about society and its future. Bold, imaginative, and brilliant in its social commentary, "Snowpiercer" is a fantastic piece of pure dystopian science fiction.

Gone Girl
David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel of the same name is almost impossible to talk about without getting into major details that could potentially spoil the film. It’s a movie that works best knowing as little details as possible because each and every potential twist and turn in the story keeps you guessing throughout its breakneck pace. Due to fear of getting into too much, I will say that if you haven’t seen “Gone Girl” you are in for an engrossing, and quite possibly infuriating experience. But when I say “infuriating” I mean it in the best way possible.

Selma
A masterfully directed piece of filmmaking that completely captures the most honest and sincere aspects of the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ava DuVernay miraculously took on the difficult task on crafting a film that never comes off as preachy, but rather invokes to the audience the endlessly relevant messages Dr. King brought to the human race. Selma isn’t only one of the best movies of 2014, but I’d go as far as to say it’s the most important and serves as mandatory viewing. The fact that David Oyelowo wasn't even nominated is unfortunate. But regardless of how many nominations it has, I implore you to see “Selma” for the unrelenting emotional power it presents.

Nightcrawler
Dan Gilroy’s stunning directorial debut not only works as a fascinating, haunting and suspenseful thriller, but more importantly serves as an examination of the media - particularly in television news. It personifies the cynical and manipulative lengths that the media can reach by presenting us with a sociopathic protagonist in Lou Bloom (portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal in a career-defining performance). All those reasons and more, make “Nightcrawler” one of the best films of 2014 as well as making Dan Gilroy’s next project something to look forward to.

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Yes, we've heard it all throughout this season about how incredible the one-shot illusion is, and yeah that’s undeniable, but what makes Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s darkly hilarious work-of-art so exceptional beyond its technicals marvels are found within its subversive nuances in its story about the human desire to find meaning in one’s existence. You truly connect with Michael Keaton’s character not only because of the obvious reflection upon his actual career as of late, but mainly due to how he in this film, like many others would in his situation, try to get his life together when everything seems to spiral out of control. "Birdman” effortlessly explores the lines between art and reality as well as the overwhelming influence art can have on an individual.

The LEGO Movie
You know that a film is something special when you sit in that theater and throughout the entire runtime you have a ridiculous smile plastered on your face. Phil Lord and Chris Miller crafted a film that features lovable characters, nonstop hilarity, eye-popping animation and a tender heart. But above all, "The LEGO Movie" is a celebration of letting your childlike imagination run wild. It’s a movie that’s so good that it doesn’t need an Oscar nomination to prove it. It has the markings of a true instant classic that is destined to be revisited over-and-over again.

Boyhood
Many naysayers of this film like to dismiss it due to its simplistic story. Some claim that if you remove the film's 12-year production, you have a mundane look at a boy’s life from childhood-to-adulthood that meanders through fragments of time. I understand some of these thoughts to an extent, but honestly, when some may view this film through that lens, I viewed it as something truly special that hasn’t been seen in cinematic history. Richard Linklater beautifully paints a portrait of life that explores why through all the numerous moments in our lives, whether big or small, there is always a particularly lasting impact on us. How really, we don’t seize the moment”, but rather “the moment seizes us.” And having seen this film the weekend before my first day of college, it has left an endearing impression on my mind ever since. “Boyhood” isn’t a film that comes every once in a while. It’s a film that comes once in a lifetime. A truly unprecedented cinematic feat.

Whiplash
Just when I thought no film would beat out “Boyhood” as my #1, director/writer Damien Chazelle chucks a chair at me and sucks me right into “Whiplash". Never in my life have I been so elated in a movie theater as the final climax rolled before my eyes. I have seen many great action films that contained unforgettable climaxes that never had me so riveted like how "Whiplash" concluded. But beyond the now legendary finale, this is still an intense psychological study on the willingness to attain greatness. It provokes questions on whether or not the ends truly justify the means, and also serves as a celebration of both the arts of filmmaking and jazz. J.K. Simmons has already won the Oscar in my mind, but I must say that Miles Teller deserves just as much appreciation for all the blood, sweat, and tears he brings to his performance. Much like a drumroll, “Whiplash" continues to build and build from the moment it begins all the way to one of the most electrifying and satisfying finales I have ever seen in a film. Normally, I would tell Damien Chazelle, “Good job” but no two words in the English language are more harmful than those. Now having seen it 3 times, I am not afraid to proclaim that “Whiplash” isn’t only my favorite film of the year, but also one of my favorite films in many years.
If you haven’t seen “Whiplash” yet. What are you doing. Go see it.

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