THE BEST AND WORST MOVIES OF THE 2014…SO FAR By Sean Hill
July 1, 2014 \ Movies \ 0 Comments
2014 has been a terrible year for films thus far. It has been so bad that I did not give my first positive review of a film until the last day of February. Typically studios release their big budget “Oscar worthy” films in the later part of the year, usually November and December. The summer months are reserved for the big-budget action/superhero spectaculars.
January to April is usually where studios drop their films that don’t fit into either category leaving film goers with a very poor selection of films. Things tend to pick up in May since the studio start releasing their summer movies despite the fact that technically summer is still about 60 days away.
Below are the films that I feel are the best and worst of the films of 2014 so far.
NOTE-Some films did not screen prior to being released so I did not see them. In other cases I made an executive decision to skip some films due to scheduling or a lack of interest on my part. All titles have reviews except for PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, SINGLE MOMS CLUB, CHEF, and VAMPIRE ACADEMY.
- NYMPHOMANIAC VOL. 1
- THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
- CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOILDER
- EDGE OF TOMORROW
- MOMS’ NIGHT OUT
- RIDE ALONG
- TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION
- PARANMORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES
- LABOR DAY
- VAMPIRE ACADEMY
- BRICK MANSIONS
- 3 DAYS TO KILL
- NEED FOR SPEED
- TYLER PERRY’S SINGLE MOM’S CLUB
Title in BOLD are available at REDBOX
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