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Interstellar (2014)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Interstellar might pale in comparison to some of Nolan's best films such as Inception and The Prestige but is without a shadow of doubt, one of the year's best films. It might not be a masterpiece but comes close, very close. Hans Zimmer once again provides a perfect score for the film which is not only appropriate, but it perfectly suits the intense film sequences. The visuals are stunning. The scientific accuracy is questionable at times but all in all, this movie has classic written all over it.

Frozen (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Frozen is easily Disney's best film since the Tarzan, a film from the renaissance era.

Gravity (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Gravity is a film which has Oscar written all over it. Right from the stunning space cinematography to the pitch perfect performance from Sandra Bullock, this film checks all boxes. The intense drama coupled with the stunning 3-D effects made this film an intriguing experience. The pacing might be a little slow, but this works in the film's favor as it gives the viewer an opportunity to absorb the gravity of the situation. The prolonged sequences of eerie silence is another added plus. ThIs film is a modern classic.

The Wolverine
The Wolverine (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The latest film in the X-Men franchise is a major disappointment. The lead performance by Hugh Jackman may be close to perfect but the film is surprisingly short on entertainment. The film is bogged down by a poor script, less than ordinary special effects, and an odd pacing problem. What makes this problem odd is the fact that the rest of the films in franchise never fall short on entertainment thanks to their pacing. But this film falls short in that department.

We're The Millers
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

We're the Millers may not be an American Comedy Classic but neverthless engages the audience with its charm, witty humor, an a talented ensemble cast.