Much like 2014, I did not expect 2015 to offer a str0ng selection of cinematic gems, but offer it did.

Quite an impressive feat considering that the general law for media I consume is that it must pass My Media Litmus Test.

Without further adieu, the winners are:

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And the number one film of 2015.

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Honorable Mentions

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For reasons explained here.

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Best Animated Films

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Best Short Films

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These were my top picks of 2015. What were yours?

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14 thoughts on “My Top 15 Films of 2015

    1. It wasn’t a perfect film and Jon Chu got screwed over in terms of budget and studio interference. Just the same, he managed to create a reimagining of the movie that paid tribute to the legacy of all things Starlight.

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  1. I’ve always loved the “Fast and Furious” series, but have yet to see the 7th movie. I am looking forward to checking it out.
    One of my favorite movies this past year had to be “The Martian” I suggest you check it out if you ever get the chance!

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    1. The book was far better than the movie and I suppose that’s why there was no best director nomination for Ridley Scott, but “The Martian,” the movie, was very entertaining. (Banner Year for Sci-Fi movies, too since Mad Max:Fury Road and the Martian were both nominated for Best Picture by AMPAS.)

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  2. Interesting choices—Jem and Fantastic, ok. I always wanted to see Lila & Eve although some major critics panned it and it zipped past me in Detroit. Maybe I can catch on Netflix.

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