i typed in “2014 film” and this is what came out. gotta love chanchan taytay
With June over we are officially halfway through the year, months-wise at least. And since no one demanded it – here it is: my list of the best movies of 2014 so far.
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22 jump street, anton yelchin, best, blue ruin, bong joon-ho, channing tatum, chris evans, chris pratt, christopher miller, dave franco, ed harris, elizabeth banks, film, gareth evans, gillian robespierre, ice cube, iko uwais, jamie bell, jenny slate, jeremy saulnier, jim jarmusch, john hurt, jonah hill, jonathan glazer, joon-ho bong, life itself, locke, macon blair, mia wasikowska, morgan freeman, neighbors, nicholas stoller, obvious child, only lovers left alive, phil lord, roger ebert, rose byrne, scarlett johansson, seth rogen, snowpiercer, so far, steve james, steven knight, the lego movie, the raid 2, tilda swinton, tom hardy, tom hiddleston, top 10, top ten, under the skin, will arnett, will ferrell, zac efron
Jun · 30
no context needed, obviously
Some context for this post: the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival is taking place right now in Downtown Los Angeles at the Regal Cinema in LA Live. I, being the budding cinephile, am attending, and seeing as many different films as I can manage. This is my account of Day Four of the fest – the first of the two weekend days, and a very busy one at that. There, doesn’t a little background knowledge make everything a little easier to understand? You’re welcome.
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22 jump street, adam rifkin, channing tatum, christopher miller, emmanuelle devos, event, farida pacha, film, giuseppe andrews, giuseppe makes a movie, jonah hill, la film fest, la live, lafilmfest, los angeles film festival, marc abdelnour, martin provost, michael bacall, my name is salt, oren uziel, phil lord, regal cinemas, rene de ceccatty, rodney rothman, sandrine kiberlain, violette
Jun · 15