The 12 Greatest Movies Of 2015 That You Shouldn't Miss
I’d like to declare this fact: I am a movie buff! Whether it’s drama, comedy, thriller, adventure, or horror, I like all kinds of movies. Here is a list of the 12 Greatest Movies of 2015 that you should not miss!
1. Wild Tales
Wild Tales is an incredible movie. The hilarious elements are what make this film pop. However, having said that, the element of romance in this film is incomparable to anything else you’ve probably ever seen! Watch this movie and tell us how you like it!
2. 45 Years
The title of this film is inspiring. This tale begins on the eve of Geoff and Kate’s 45th wedding anniversary. If you are into drama and suspense, this film is a must watch for you.
Again, we come up with another movie with quite a surprising title. Friendship is a major theme in the film, so if you love your friends, then this is the perfect film for you.
This film is heart touching and very warm. The film focuses on Ingrid, played by Ellen Dorrit Petersen, and her relationship with her husband Morten, played by Henrik Rafaelsen.
5. The Duke of Burgundy
This is another one whose title speaks a great depth and has so much romance and drama enveloped into it. It features actor and actress Sidse Babett Knudsen and Chiara D’Anna, who show what a relationship is like. The story shows the problems in a relationship and the obstacles they each must overcome. Go watch this film if you too are in a relationship, or are planning to enter one. It won’t disappoint you!
6. What We Do In The Shadows
If you like reading books or watching films that encompass mythical creatures like vampires, then this is the right film to choose this particular year. Add in a bit of satirical comedy and romance, and this film becomes the all-out-entertainer!
7. The Martian
This film is just not for the geek in us. The film is written and directed in such a cleverly irresistible way that you will fall in love with it. Matt Damon is the central figure in this movie as Mark Watney. Being alone on Mars just got a whole lot better through Matt Damon’s adaption and portrayal of it in The Martian.
8. Heaven Knows What
This film stars actors and actresses such as Arielle Holmes, Buddy Duress, Ron Braunstein, Eleonore Hendricks, Caleb Landry Jones, and Yuri Pleskun. It is based on Holmes’ unpublished memoir of her life as a homeless heroin addict living on the streets of New York City.
Spotlight is an American drama directed by Tom McCarthy. It was written by McCarthy and Josh Singer. It is about The Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team, the oldest continuously operating newspaper investigative unit in the United States. It is based on a series of stories by the real “Spotlight” Team that earned The Globe the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
Eden is an American drama about human trafficking. It was directed by Megan Griffiths, who co-wrote the screenplay with Richard B. Phillips and stars Jamie Chung, Matt O’Leary, and Beau Bridges. The film was produced by Colin Harper Plank and Jacob Mosler through Plank’s Centripetal Films production company. It was inspired by the story of Chong Kim, who claims that she was kidnapped and sold into a domestic human trafficking ring in the mid 1990s.
11. It Follows
The movie is an American supernatural horror written and directed by David Robert Mitchell, and starring Maika Monroe. The plot follows a girl pursued by a supernatural entity after a sexual encounter. It Follows received a highly positive reception from critics and audiences, with praise received for its acting, writing, cinematography, musical score, direction, and incorporation of old-fashioned horror devices.
This film is directed by Christian Petzold. The film centers around Nelly Lenz, a Holocaust survivor and a former cabaret singer. The film’s screenplay is loosely based on Hubert Monteilhet’s detective novel The Return from the Ashes.
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