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BEST MOVIES OF 2015:

brooklyn1.Brooklyn

 

 

 

revenant poster2. The Revenant

 

 

 

bridge poster3. Bridge of Spies

 

 

 

martian poster4. The Martian

 

 

 

short poster5. The Big Short

 

 

 

macbeth poster6. Macbeth

 

 

 

peanuts poster7. The Peanuts Movie

 

 

 

captive poster8. Captive

 

 

 

rickiposter9. Ricki and the Flash

 

 

 

spotlight poster10. Spotlight

 

 

 

 

WORST MOVIES OF 2015:

1. The Night Beforenight before poster

 

 

 

sisters poster

2. Sisters

 

 

darkposter3. Dark Places

 

 

 

hunter poster4. The Last Witch Hunter

 

 

 

sofia-vergara-reese-witherspoon-hot-pursuit-movie-poster5. Hot Pursuit

 

 

 

visit poster6. The Visit

 

 

 

7. chiraq posterChi-raq

 

 

 

woods poster8. A Walk in the Woods

 

 

 

9. ted2Ted 2

 

 

 

burnt poster10. Burnt

 

 

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  1. Josiah Wahl  •  Jan 5, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    Surprised that you ranked Rikki and the Flash, Peanuts & Captive above the unranked Creed and Star Wars movies. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that there aren’t reviews posted for those.

  2. Greg Chenoweth  •  Jan 8, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    I thought BRIDGE OF SPIES was the best film of the year. It doesn’t dumb down the story to the audience and every frame is a joy to the eyes and ears. Tom Hanks is superb and Spielberg’s direction is top notch.

  3. Elise  •  Jan 9, 2016 at 2:50 am

    Wow, 5 movies this year were *even* worse than The Visit?? Thank god I never saw them. Agreed: Brooklyn, Ricki, Bridge and Big Short were fantastic.

  4. James Beckham  •  Jan 9, 2016 at 6:40 am

    I didn’t see all that many films last year, normally at this point I would have seen about 20-30 of the films from the year, I’ve only seen 10. But my top 4 films (because these are the only films I thought were any good) are:

    1. Paddington
    2. Mr. Holmes
    3. Faith of Our Fathers
    4. Ant-Man

    The worst 4:

    1.Home
    2. Inside Out
    3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
    4. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 2

  5. Willie L  •  Jan 9, 2016 at 7:26 am

    Hey Michael,
    You forgot the BEST MOVIE of 2015 on your list.
    Mad Max Fury Road

  6. R Edwards  •  Jan 10, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    I have not gone to a movie in over a year. The reason is I cannot get a review that reccomends a movie for over the age of 16 but actually I would rather have rec’s for over 50. The attention span of the young is deplorable, I am surprised how they find themselves home. I cannot believe they cannot handle a movie with a script. It is unbelievable these young mutants cannot be entertained Withou Zombies, Martians, or spaceships. They deplore movies over 2 hours because they cannot think for over that period of time. In any case I hope the 30’s group will realize that they have to make movies for all audiences, not just pimply teenagers.

  7. Creed  •  Mar 21, 2016 at 2:27 am

    Your reviews are the best so why no review on "Creed". The story was engaging, Stallone was excellent, other cast members were very good, and it dealt positively about race relations without mentioning race. I know you are time limited but surely this movie was better than some of the garbage you reviewed last year. ,

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