The Motion Picture Editors Guild selects the 75 best edited movies of all-time topped by Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull, edited by Thelma Schoomaker.
Without further ado, I present my list of the top ten films of 2014, and spoiler alert, my #1 film isn't the same as Brad's and Mike's. Inconceivable!
It is a real problem when I have so many good films I want to put on my top ten list, but I only have ten slots I can fill. Well, if I am going to have a problem, that is a good one to have.
We've already looked at the most anticipated blockbusters of 2015 and now it's time to take a look at the rest and boy are there a lot to consider, but these are my top twenty.
I was having an impossible time sorting through my most anticipated movies of 2015 so I decided to break them up. First off are my most anticipated blockbusters of the year from Avengers to Star Wars.
Jordan Benesh and I determine the ten films from 2014 which got confounding critical acclaim and the ten which unfairly did not get their day in the spotlight.
You have the best movies of the year and the worst movies of the year, but sometimes it's the most disappointing movies of the year that leave the largest mark. Here's my list and I'm interested in reading yours as well.
What were the worst movies of 2014? Well, I didn't see a few of the movies rated the worst on RottenTomatoes, but I definitely have a list of ten I'd like to share as much as I want to read your lists...
Do you consider 2014 a good year for cinema or a bad year? Hopefully after scrolling through my top ten you'll see it as not only a good year, but a great year and hopefully I have a few titles you haven't yet seen that will only help improve your perception.
With the forthcoming releases of two of my favorite musicals -- Into the Woods and The Last Five Years -- I rank ten other shows that deserve their chance on the big screen.