Top 10 of 2014

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Film Blerg is very pleased to announce the Top 10 Films released in Australia in 2014, as voted by Film Blerg contributors:

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1. Boyhood (Sept 4)
2. Her (Jan 16)
3. The Grand Budapest Hotel (April 10)
4. Whiplash (Oct 23)
5. Only Lovers Left Alive (April 17)
6. Interstellar (Nov 6)
7. Inside Llewyn Davis (Jan 16)
8. The Past (Feb 6)
9. Gone Girl (Oct 2)
10. The Wolf of Wall Street (Jan 23)

This list proves that no matter when a film is released, it can still be considered as memorable, an extreme positive that we are proud of at Film Blerg. We love films and we love spreading the word about them.

Below are the individual lists of current Film Blerg contributors.

James Madden – Editor

1. Boyhood
2. Begin Again
3. Nightcrawler
4. Maps to the Stars
5. Her
6. Whiplash
7. The Broken Circle Breakdown
8. Gone Girl
9. In a World
10. Obvious Child

Chloe Sesta Jacobs – Reviews Editor

1. Ida
2. Force Majeure
3. Boyhood
4. The Grand Budapest Hotel
5. Nebraska
6. The Wind Rises
7. Her
8. My Sweet Pepper Land
9. Nymphomaniac
10. The Little Death

Kendal Coombs – Contributor

1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
2. Only Lovers Left Alive
3. Guardians of the Galaxy
4. The Grand Budapest Hotel
5. The Lego Movie
6. The Raid 2
7. Magic in the Moonlight
8. Her
9. The Monuments Men
10. Lucy

Joanna Di Mattia – Contributor

1. Inside Llewyn Davis
= Blue is the Warmest Colour
3. Her
4. Boyhood
5. Whiplash
6. The Grand Budapest Hotel
7. Under the Skin
8. Only Lovers Left Alive
9. Two Days, One Night
10. Winter’s Sleep

Kevin Hawkins – Contributor

1. The Grand Budapest Hotel
2. Boyhood
3. The Wolf of Wall Street
4. Her
5. Nightcrawler
6. Predestination
7. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
8. Aim High in Creation!
9. Snowpiercer
10. The Mule

Mark Hewitt – Contributor

1. Her
2. Only Lovers Left Alive
3. Boyhood
4. The Trip to Italy
5. Mistaken for Strangers
6. Nebraska
7. Obvious Child
8. Afternoon Delight
9. Noah
10. The Grand Budapest Hotel

Ben Isbel – Contributor

1. Her
2. The Great Beauty
3. The Past
4. Blue is the Warmest Colour
5. The Wind Rises
6. Nymphomaniac
7. The Grand Budapest Hotel
8. The Babadook
9. X-Men: Days of Future Past
10. Winter’s Sleep

Claire Robson – Contributor

1. Whiplash
2. 12 Years a Slave
3. The Wolf of Wall Street
4. The Past
5. Gone Girl
6. The Rover
7. Boyhood
8. Locke
9. The Lego Movie
10. Begin Again

Dan Santos – Contributor

1. Boyhood
2. Her
3. Interstellar
4. Snowpiercer
5. The Wolf of Wall Streep
6. The Selfish Giant
7. 12 Years a Slave
8. Obvious Child
9. Whiplash
10. The Grand Budapest Hotel

Lisa Sinclair – Contributor

1. Interstellar
2. Under the Skin
3. Only Lovers Left Alive
4. The Lego Movie
5. 52 Tuesdays
6. Edge of Tomorrow
7. Lucy
8. The Keeper of Lost Causes
9. Snowpiercer
10. Godzilla

Chris Smith – Contributor

1. Boyhood
2. The Past
3. Omar
4. Rock the Casbah
5. Dallas Buyers Club
6. Mr. Turner
7. The Case Against 8
8. Charlie’s Country
9. Wish I Was Here
10. Her

Simon Storey – Contributor

1. Boyhood
2. Inside Llewyn Davis
3. All is Lost
4. The Grand Budapest Hotel
5. The Babadook
6. Calvary
7. Gone Girl
8. Still Life
9. Locke
10. Guardians of the Galaxy

Angus Tonkin – Contributor

1. Her
2. The Grand Budapest Hotel
3. Force Majeure
4. Inside Llewyn Davis
5. 12 Years a Slave
6. NT Live: King Lear
7. Gone Girl
8. Tracks
9. Predestination
10. Guardians of the Galaxy

Sam Zagame – Contributor

1. Whiplash
2. Boyhood
3. Interstellar
4. Her
5. Edge of Tomorrow
6. Gone Girl
7. Snowpiercer
8. The Grand Budapest Hotel
9. 12 Years a Slave
10. Nightcrawler

 

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7 Comments

  • From my calculations (assuming 1st place = 10 points, 2nd = 9, and so on) shouldn’t 12 Years a Slave be higher than Gone Girl and Wolf of Wall St? And shouldn’t Whiplash be above Only Lovers Left Alive? I was interested in what else made up the top 20 hence why I calculated

  • 2014 was a versatile and valuable year. I love two films from that year: Boyhood and Interstellar. Boyhood deserves top rankings in every aspect. However, it could be a close call for “Interstellar” if “The Martian” was released a year before.

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