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TOP 10 FILMS OF 2015

If you only saw 10 films this year, these were the ones we would have recommended as the year’s best – according to Louise Keller. (Listed alphabetically)


A Most Violent Year
“A stunning film … with considerable rewards”


American Sniper
“It's like being there - right in the midst of a war zone, where life and death rely on split second decisions … as told by a remarkable filmmaker. “


Amy
“Like the lyrics of her songs, it's the personal nature of this fly-on-the-wall documentary about singer Amy Winehouse that makes it so special.”


Birdman
“It's a mind-blowing affair - uniquely fresh, wildly brave and joyously satisfying”


Far From Men
“This is a gem of a film, bursting with things to say and whose characters become more and more meaningful as the road is travelled. Mortensen is superb.”


Imitation Game, The
"The completeness of Cumberbatch's performance makes it one of the year's best."


Inside Out
"Unique, fresh and exhilarating, this is Pixar at its best."


Sicario
“Tough, disturbing and satisfying in equal measures, this is a heavyweight film that poses difficult questions.”


Still Alice
“In a superb and contained performance, Julianne Moore's transformation from vibrant, intelligent career woman, wife and mother to that of a woman who is lost and cannot find herself, is transfixing. “


Theory of Everything, The
“Defying every expectation both scientific and personal, this film depicting the extraordinary story of Stephen Hawking is unforgettable.”

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A MOST VIOLENT YEAR
AMERICAN SNIPER
AMY
BIRDMAN
FAR FROM MEN
IMITATION GAME, THE
INSIDE OUT
SICARIO
STILL ALICE
THEORY OF EVERYTHING, THE







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