Winter 2014 Reviews (by letter grade)

Winter 2014 Reviews

A-
Two Days, One Night
Wild
Interstellar
Nightcrawler
Citizenfour
Whiplash
Gone Girl
The Skeleton Twins

B+
A Most Violent Year
Selma
Leviathan
Into the Woods
American Sniper
Tales of the Grim Sleeper
Mr. Turner
Inherent Vice
The Imitation Game
Penguins of Madagascar
Happy Valley
Foxcatcher
Goodbye to Language
Young Ones
Listen Up Philip
The Overnighters
Kill the Messenger
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby
Men, Women & Children
The Zero Theorem
The Guest

B
The Interview
The Gambler
Top Five
Still Alice
Zero Motivation
The Babadook
Rosewater
Red Army
Virunga
21 Years: Richard Linklater
The Theory of Everything
Actress
Laggies
Fury
Birdman
St. Vincent
Evolution of a Criminal
The Blue Room
Art and Craft
Tracks
Keep On Keepin’ On
Wetlands
Last Days in Vietnam

B-
Unbroken
Winter Sleep
Tip Top
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
Dumb and Dumber To
Beyond the Lights
The Way He Looks
Big Hero 6
Dear White People
The Good Lie

C+
Cake
Big Eyes
Goodbye to All That
White Bird in a Blizzard
John Wick
Force Majeure
Camp X-Ray
The Two Faces of January
The Drop

C
Exodus: Gods and Kings
The Homesman
The Judge
Pride
Lilting
This Is Where I Leave You

C-
The Captive
Low Down

D
Horns
Tusk

2017 reviews: Summer, Spring

2016 reviews: WinterSummer, Spring

2015 reviews: WinterSummerSpring

2014 reviewsSummerSpring

2013 reviews: WinterSummerSpring

2012 reviews: WinterSummerSpring

2011 reviews: WinterSummerSpring

2010 reviews: WinterSummerSpring

2009 reviews: WinterSummer

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