Something to keep in mind the next time the long, cold winter has got you down.
Now that we know the contenders for this year’s Academy Awards, here are the overlooked films, actors, writers, directors, and composers, who deserved more attention.
Stunning cinemagraphs by Tech Noir.
It was a year of fighting robots, brawling neighbors, battling tanks, and so much more. SPOILERS BELOW.
From actors and pop stars to robots and sentient trees, these are the film and TV characters we can’t stop thinking about. Presented in no particular order. WARNING: Spoilers throughout.
From The Good Wife and Mad Men to Guardians of the Galaxy and Gone Girl, there were television shows and films that the staff of BuzzFeed Entertainment couldn’t stop talking about this year. Let’s get critical!
Nos films préférés de l’année, sans ordre particulier.
UPDATED: The Interview’s $2.85 million at the box office over the Christmas holiday weekend is mixed news at best for Sony Pictures, but its VOD grosses are far more impressive.
Just because these 2014 movies flew under the radar — and each grossed less than $10 million at the U.S. box office this year — that doesn’t mean they aren’t so very worth your time.
There was that thing at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, that scene with Neil Patrick Harris in Gone Girl, and many more, which are ranked by level of shock below. Obviously, ALL OF THE SPOILERS are ahead!
De la perte de poids aux prothèses, ces acteurs ont sorti le grand jeu.
In order of release, these films made 2014 the year of the book-to-movie adaptation.
It was a terrible summer at the U.S. box office, but does that mean the movies were also terrible?
From superhero blockbusters to raucous comedies to weepy tearjerkers to winsome indies to Bollywood spectacles, this is what was available at (many) movie theaters over the summer of 2014. So how many did you get to see?
Use the slidey thing to see how divergent the movie marketing campaigns can be in the U.S. versus the rest of the world. Especially, it seems, in Japan.
Bong Joon-ho’s dystopian masterpiece ought to be the film that everyone’s talking about this summer, just like Spielberg’s Jaws in 1975. So what went wrong? Warning: Spoilers for Snowpiercer ahead.
The superhero franchise star shows off his dramatic chops in a dystopian story about humanity’s desperate attempts to survive a sudden ice age.
Chris Evans’ new movie is the English-language debut of Korean director Bong Joon-ho. But it’s worth braving subtitles for the the filmmaker’s earlier work too.
With four films opening in 2014 in the U.S. — including Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive — the 53-year-old’s celebrity only stands to grow. But Swinton could scarcely care less.
And gives us an incredibly attractive bearded Chris Evans leading a revolution on a train containing the last remnants of humanity in a dystopian future.