Watch: Moviejerk Takes a Look Back at 'The Best of Cinema 2014'
We've featured some cool retrospective videos looking back at the films of 2014, like Sleepy Skunk's 2014 Movie Trailer Mash-Up and Nick Bosworth's Final Cut 2014. The next video we're featuring is a little more selective about the films used in a montage called The Best of Cinema 2014. There's actually only 30 films on display here, and that's because it's inspired by Moviejerk's Top 30 Films of 2014 (which hasn't been published yet). Now be prepared, because there are some films here released back in 2013 in the United States, but Moviejerk is based in the United Kingdom, so Spike Jonze's Her made the cut. Watch!
Here's Moviejerk's very well-done The Best of Cinema 2014, straight from Vimeo:
Here's what Moviejerk says, "It’s nearly the end of the year, and everyone from Sight & Sound to John Waters are each coming up with their own best films list. Hardly anyone has the last word on this, not even Quentin Tarantino, hence each list is as fascinating as the next. It’s a sport widely exercised by film critics and filmmakers alike, and I’m cooking up my very own 30 Best Films list to be served up just before we bid farewell to 2014. For the time being, I’ve edited a montage of movies, the best of cinema in 2014, a brief glimpse of the films that will be included and celebrated come end of the year to the tune of M83’s Un nouveau soleil (from the film Les rencontres d’après minuit). Thoughts?