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Top Movies of 2014

Top Movies of 2014


Some movies made during 2014 have made great impact on us. Here is a list of the top 5 movies from 2014, which are not to be missed!


1. The Grand Budapest Hotel:

Set against the backdrop of the Second World WarIt is a most popular European ski resort. The resort is, supervised by Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), who befriends a young lobby boy Zero (Tony Revolori). Gustave aims to provide first-class service to the hotel's guests, which include satisfying the sexual needs of the elderly women who stay there. However, one of his elderly lovers mysteriously dies, and bequeaths him with an invaluable painting. The story revolves around the theft of this painting and the adventures the protagonists undertake for its recovery, all against the raging war taking place in the world. 


2. Boyhood

A coming-of-age movie shot over a period of 12 years, with the same cast Boyhood is a must watch. The movie effectively captures all the ups and downs of growing up child named Mason (Ellar Coltrane), his parents (Arquette, Hawke) and his sister (Linklater). The director has shown all the various milestones of growing up including family dinners, parties, flirting with drugs, graduations, leaving home to go to college etc. 


3. The Lego Movie:

A comedy and adventurous journey awaits Emmet (Chris Pratt), a Lego figurine, when he is mistaken as Specialwho forms a key to save the world from the tyrannies of Lord Business (Will Ferrell). He finds himself unprepared for his role but jumps into the adventure, doing his best to save the world. 


4. Mr. Turner: 

A biographical drama movie based on the life of eccentric British painter J.M.W. Turner (Timothy Spall), the movie explores the last 25 years of this controversial painter, as he lives his life with gusto. Devastated by the loss of his father, he is loved by his housekeeper (and his lover occasionally) and forms a close relationship with a seaside landlady. Though a bit flawed, the movie captures the essence of the man behind the artist.


5. Interstellar:

An epic sci-fi directed by Christopher Nolan, this film deals with mankind’s search for new homes. The earth has become inhabitable due to frequent climate changes, resulting in famine and drought, and mankind is fast approaching extinction. A physicist from NASA, Prof. Brand (Caine) has been working on the idea of transporting mankind to a new place via a wormhole. He sends pilot Cooper (McConaughey) along with a team of researchers across the galaxy to explore the different galaxies and determine their suitability for human inhabitation.