The Best Movies Of 2015

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2015 was another year of great cinematic experiences, brought by some of the best directors of nowadays and delivered by phenomenal casts. It’s hard to pick up, but we came up with a list of the 10 best movies of 2015. Take a look below:

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10. IT FOLLOWS by David Robert Mitchell

It’s the most refreshing horror experience you can find today outside of little known indie flicks.

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09. LOVE & MERCY by Bill Pohlad

It’s just a in-depth film of Brian Wilson’s life during and after the critical success that Beach Boys achieved.

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08. YOUTH by Paolo Sorrentino

Sincere, painfully melancholic, sublime, full of sharp dialogues and tremendous performances.

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07. STEVE JOBS by Danny Boyle

This is not a standard biopic, Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin created a brave, smart, artful and elegant film.

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06. EX-MACHINA By Alex Garland

With its sleek set design and almost Kubrick-like cinematography, what a tremendous debut for Alex Garland.

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05. THE MARTIAN by Ridley Scott

This is another brilliant and stirring film about astronauts and the outer space. Matt Damon really nailed it.

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04. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD by George Miller

Mad Max: Fury Road is a visual masterpiece, the best of the series, the best four-quel ever made.

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03. THE IMITATION GAME by Mortem Tyldum

Cumberbatch is brilliant as Turning and it gave a dark yet confident lift to this heartfelt story.

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02. WHIPLASH by Damien Chazelle

Damien Chazelle has crafted a dynamic and very original film for its genre.

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01. BIRDMAN by Alejandro González Iñárritu

An esquisite experience inside this crazy layered and disturbing emotional experience. Masterpiece.

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