LOOKING BACK

Watch: Review the Year in Cinema by Opening Up 'Cinefile 2014'

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December 22, 2014

Cinefile 2014

In just nine days we'll be thrust right into 2015, beginning a new year of stories on the big screen. But since we've still got Christmas to celebrate and New Year's Eve on the horizon, we're not done looking back at 2014 yet. We've still got a few more year-end lists looking at some of the best offerings in cinema this year, but today we have another one of those fun retrospective videos remembering all the films we saw in 2014. This time it's Miguel Branco chiming in with Cinefile 2014 with a wide range of  hundreds of films from Edge of Tomorrow to Begin Again and everything in between. It's another great montage of 2014 in movies.

Here's the impressive, retrospective Cinefile 2014, sent to us by Miguel Branco himself:

You can watch Miguel Branco's Cinefile 2013 from last year right here.

Branco put a lot of hard work into this video, and in addition to providing a full list of the music cues and a list of every single clip in the film along with corresponding timecodes, he also provided a meticulous and impressive breakdown of how he put each segment together. The editor says, "Throughout the past year, I've learned that the magic of cinema isn't something that can be explained, but rather felt. Every year, we’re reminded what it means to be filmmakers, enthusiasts, critics, or even just casual goers – twenty-four frames at a time – and this year was no exception." It's certainly been a hell of a year at the movies. Cool?

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  • DAVIDPD
    LIVE DIE REPEAT or whatever was so good. I need to rewatch that one. It was probably one of my favorites of the year in fact.
  • SkyNet300
    I have EDGE OF TOMORROW on Blu-ray 3D. Soooo epic

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