Top 5 best and most meaningful films of 2014
5. Guardians of the Galaxy from Disney / Marvel Studios
James Gunn’s science-fiction blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy” catches viewers by entertaining with action, sophisticated artistry, space scenes, futuristic futuristic fiction. new and contains many funny lines that make the audience laugh.
The film is played by Peter Quill (actor Chris Pratt) and the characters are weird personality must do is to deal with the common enemy – Ronan, political criminals with hundreds of wanted crime on whole universe.
4. Paramount Pictures’ Selma
Ava DuVernay’s film, Selma’s Psychology, was honored for four nominations at the 2015 Golden Globe, which included nominations for best film and best director.
American-African-American “civilians” claimed in 1965, stretching from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.
In the movie, Martin Luther King (played by David Oyelowo) appears along with a group of people who stand up to protect civil rights.
3. The grand Budapest hotel of Fox Searchlight Pictures
Wes Anderson’s film The Grand Budapest Hotel is honored to be chosen as the opening film for the 2014 Berlin Film Festival.
The film is set in the 1930s in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka in Europe, about the adventures of Gustave H (played by Ralph Fiennes) – the legendary hotel manager.
Gustave H is suspected of stealing an invaluable picture of the Renaissance boy and the apple. All the situations in the film take place in the social stage is changing dramatically and unexpectedly.
2. Foxcatcher of Sony Pictures Classics
Foxcatcher was directed and produced by Bennett Miller. Foxcatcher is based on the autobiography of the liberal gymnast Mark Schultz, played by Channing Tatum, and revolves around his relationship with the electrocuted killer Eleuthère du Pont (Steve Carell). plays) who killed Mark Schultz’s brother Dave Schultz.
Ironically, Eleuthère du Pont was a close friend of Dave Schultz. The film won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014 and brought Miller the best director. It also won three Golden Globe nominations in 2015, including Best Picture.
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1. Get on up by Universal
Tate Taylor’s movie Get on Up is based on the life story of legendary singer James Brown – “Godfather of the soul genre.”
The movie, which features Chadwick Boseman’s acting as James Brown, gives audiences a deeper look at music, dance and life from extreme poverty, rebellious childhood. he rose to become one of the most influential musicians in the history of 20th century music.