The best films of 2015
The time to do a review a year and remember those excellent films that surprised uson the big screen. It is not an easy task because many genera produce works thatrecognition is not always given. Without losing sight of the above, it is worth mentioning that this list is not definitive, nor an authority but exercise remember and move us again with those stories and sagas, which gave us more than a few minutes of entertainment and have stayed in our memory and taste.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E
Guy Ritchie returned to the big screen with this adaptation to film of the series of the same name of the years 60’s. The two spies and main characters are played by Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer. Despite premiering in a year with another spy, James Bond,Ritchie ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E’ received much appreciation and is much more entertaining than round the same genre Bond franchise which is experiencing a loss of direction.
I know well that this single film manages to polarize opinions, and while some love it others reject it with all the soul, but this Neill Blomkamp’s film is almost a genre on its own. If you are on this list of Chappie lovers, it is because the imagery of Blomkamp is so surreal, and on the other hand, is true to its unique, crazy and authentic cinema.
David Robert Mitchell is the writer and director of this film that certainly has earned a place in its genre. His way of dealing with stress and the same history approach touches memorable films that removed us the sleep for quiet several days or to recall it,yes, like good horror tapes.
The Martian novel by Andy Weir (which by itself represents a milestone in the Bestsellers), Ridley Scott directed his adaptation to film, which starred Matt Damon.Despite the hype and expectation the film has brought, ‘The Martian’ has a duty in depth but is certainly one of the transcendent films of the year.
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Joss Whedon directed this installment of the universe of Marvel that does nothing but grow and interlock. The result is a great film of non-stop action throughout its duration; Avengers:Age of Ultron joins chapters we will see in the future and that we can not wait to see.
Pixar made one of the best movies ever seen; pretty, with a smart, full of emotion and science, memorable, history with an animation that takes the breath away. No doubt Inside Out is one of the best movies this year.
Mad Max: Fury Road
George Miller gave us one of the best movies, not only of the year, the film, with extraordinary scenes full of action in a unique universe of the imagery of Miller. Mad Max franchise returned 30 years later with more madness, cars and stunning characters with a heroine who is well worth all the credit: Charlize Theron.
Star Wars: Force Awakens
Undoubtedly one of the most important movies of the year, by the saga that is, for the moment, everything Disney emerges from this first installment in the age and expected. The film, which is part at least of a trilogy, opens a new stage in this beloved franchise; He did so with a nostalgic loads, with some great new characters and also offers a new opportunity to new fans of Star Wars.
We liked some other cool movies and like Carol, The Revenant, The Danish Girl, The Big Short and many others that are released prior to the Oscars or shortly after these.
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