Best Movies of 2014
Guardians: Slightly overrated, but it's still great
Lego Movie: Everything is awesome, except for the Academy
Winter Soldier: Favorite film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Interstellar: Was my most anticipated movie of 2014, and it mostly delivered, but the ending was too sappy and happily-ever-after
Days of Future Past: love this movie! It's my all-time favorite Marvel movie
Dawn of the Apes: A masterpiece on a Shakespearean scale
Mockingjay Part 1: Slow, but well-made, Catching Fire is still way better
Whiplash: My favorite film of 2014! This will be a classic in the future
Edge of Tomorrow: Surprisingly badass and smart, but not a lot of people saw it because the marketing was terrible
Big Hero 6: One of Disney's best
My favorite movies that aren't in the Top 10: Fury, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Birdman, The Babadook, Nightcrawler, Locke, John Wick, and 22 Jump Street
In hindsight, I am so glad I went into this movie with ZERO expectations. It was pure JOY. The most fun I have had at a theater, maybe, ever. I was just not expecting how irreverent and upbeat it was while still remaining so cool and engrossing. Casting Pratt was a master stroke but every character was interesting in their way. From Yondu and his whistling arrow to Ronan and his antagonist angst, they were all a hoot to watch and get to know. In the end, the comedy and chemistry between the characters really make this movie special. How can you not love what they were able to do with the fully CGI creations of Rocket and the tree who is the heart of the movie?! WE ARE GROOT!
It was hard picking out of this, 22 Jump Street, How to Train Dragon 2 or X-men Days of Future Past but I ended up with this. Why? Because it's a great mix of Action, Comedy and awesome superheroes! Also Groot, Rocket and Star Lord are some of the best characters in movie history in my opinion! And the cast was great, especially Chris Pratt as Star Lord! Overall, this movie is completely badass! P. S I'm really surprised that 22 Jump Street and How to Train your dragon 2 isn't even in the top 10! WHAT!
That's because How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street were just lazy sequels to franchises that arguably didn't need or even deserve sequels. Guardians of the Galaxy was a completely fresh franchise (to most people) that really lifted the movie industry from its usual pile of smelly old cliches and awful money grabbing ventures.
What do you get when you mix stunning visuals, great voice acting and real acting, an excellently crafted story and a stagnant movie industry. The Answer: Guardians of the Galaxy!
This movie was just fantastic. I enjoyed this movie so much it was so funny, it had amazing action scenes, and an amazing cast and characters. Chris Pratt as Star lord was just perfect, who else for granita but Zoe Saldana, Dave did a great job as Drax, Vin Diesel as Groot was just perfect, and Bradly Cooper as Rocket was just 100% fantastic. This is definitely not one of your average marvel movies, the best one I've seen in a long time, better than avengers, this movie was just amazing.
I agree awesome movie loved no matter how many times you see it its awesome and you never get tired of it.
Without a doubt, the best movie Marvel has released in years - it even tops the avengers! An awesome movie that is filled with action, drama, character development and plenty of suspense! A thriller worth seeing a few times over!
Marvel is red hot right about now and 2014 was no exception. From Marvel's deal with Walt Disney Pictures alone Marvel had Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy and Big Hero 6. Then there was Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Shouldn't be so low. I loved Lego and GotG and Interstellar, but this is right up there with them as best of 2014. I don't know anyone who doesn't like this movie; it totally changed up the Marvel universe in a new and exciting way. There's really no downside
The best film in the MCU! It has character development, action, emotion, great acting, likable characters, fantastic special effects, depth, stakes, Scarlett Johansson, Cap, Robert Redford, and Sam L. Jackson!
This is by far my favorite movie of all time! I really didn't think much of it from the first trailer, but this movie is amazing! Great characters, great animation, and its very funny! Even if you're an adult, this isn't something you want to miss!
Totally loved this movie! I was determined not to like it at first (I'm a real wimp when it come to new movies), but it had me laughing on the first line, "He is coming. Cover your butt." I died! Thumbs up for Emmet and the gang!
This movie brought me my favourite song. This movie is also perfect for boys who like to play with their Lego blocks. The Lego Movie helps kids improve their imaginations, and makes them laugh themselves silly!
Fantastic voice acting, incredible animation, awesome soundtrack (see what I did there? ), laugh-out-loud humor, and very impressive plot. This is definitely my favorite movie of 2014 so far.
This was a great year for movies and I saw every movie on the top 10 except for Fault in our Stars and even thought each of these movies were awesome, no film did I have a better experience watching then this. I was never a fan of the X Men films before this, and watching this the first time, I was so surprised by how good it was and how much I cared about the characters. Great movie!
An explosive burst of awesomeness! It manages to balance a great script with gorgeous special effects perfectly, which makes up for a highly compelling and entertaining blockbuster. Everyone's on their best and it's an absolute treat watching the character interactions. A marvelous thrill ride from start to finish.
Calling this better than any other movie of the year would be a complete understatement. X-Men: Days of Future Past is, besides The Dark Knight, the greatest superhero movie ever made. Just watch the movie and see for yourself.
Great movie, awesome effects, excellent plot and WOLVERINE! One question though, where the hell was gambit? Why do they add characters I've never heard of like blink and toad, yet they leave out the "Ragin' Cajun"?
Sorry to seem like a Troll but I find it intolerable for this movie to be number 2.
Interstellar was another recent indication that Nolan has in recent years become too confident in his own shtick. The two major issues. It was too long, and It had way too much nonsense.
Video communication across the galaxy only travels one way? When they travel to that planet for 20 earth years and leave the guy behind, he decides not to waste his life in the hibernation thing, but to spend it doing nothing by himself in space? Cooper decides to trust Hathaway's character in picking planets despite all the evidence implies the other planet is more likely to have life; purely because she liked the guy on the other planet better. And this trust comes after her actions resulted in the other crew member dying? Plus she's supposed to be the scientist with the objective viewpoint. And for some reason McConauhey's character isn't rescued from the middle of space and the black hole until his ...more
First movie ever that made me cry openly. I didn't cry at the Boy in the Striped Pajamas, not at the Fault In Our Stars, not at any movie that others considered sad. Just this one. I don't know why, but this movie is so raw and emotional for me, and the music swells and falls silent at just the right moments, instead of those lame movies with music at moments where the audience is groaning inwards because it was so obviously at the wrong time, so it becomes cheesy. I don't know why I would cry at this one, but I'm weird. I absolutely, positively LOVE this movie. Deserves 7 awards, at the very least.
Really Great Movie, But I wouldn't consider it on par with films like Whiplash, The Imitation Game or Birdman. It's moments are very twisted and memorable and it's defiantly original however it's not the hype of legends like many would think nor does it set a standard for films in out of space (To be fair no one can beat 2001). But it's still a credit to Christopher Nolan and Johnathan Nolan's out of the box thinking. But compare to Inception it's The Dark Knight Rises of Christopher Nolan's IN trilogy.
To say that this movie blew me away doesn't do it justice. This is not just my favorite movie of 2014, it's my favorite movie OF ALL TIME. The acting is impeccable, and the plot is So. Darn. GOOD!
The soundtrack is perfect too, falling silent at all the right moments. It's a VERY intense movie, but it's so beautifully... human. I feel like this movie changed me, inspired me. I didn't even know that screenplays could be this good! In other words: no matter what the critics say, INTERSTELLAR is bound to become a classic.
BH6 never got the attention it needed (thanks Frozen), and that bothers me. It's got humor, heart, action, excitement, and interesting characters. Not to meant a Fall Out Boy song! 10/10 film
Why do people go for Boyhood, a boring as hell movie, when they could go for an absolute gem like Big Hero 6? Great animation, baymax, the action of a Marvel movie, great voice acting, and the feels! Haven't gotten those feels since The Lion King! Although not my favorite movie of 2014(that would be GOTG, pardon my Marvel fanboyism), this is another masterpiece, just as good as Wreck-it-Ralph in my opinion.
How is this NOT higher! It's was an amazing movie! It had smooth beautiful animation, awesome and detailed plot, wasn't a musical, didn't involve a love story, had great humor, mad you wanna laugh and cry, need I go in?
Hiro on the piano, Baymax on the drums, Gogo on the guitar, Honey Lemon on the sax, Jake on the piano and Wasabi-No-Ginger on the turntables, even for perfect Fall Out Boy songs like "Immortals". Need I say more?
Really? Hunger Games at #6? Come on, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was AMAZING! Best CGI EVER, stellar performances by Andy Serkis and Gary Oldman, an awesome plot, and epic action scenes all add up to this amazing film that put the Planet of the Apes franchise back in business. Guardians of the Galaxy was overrated.
Not to mention Andy Serkis' Batman impression as Caesar was cool. Not literally a Batman impression, but if you've seen the movie, you'll get what I mean...
I have to agree this movie was awesome especially when Caesar almost died sad. I can't believe that its only 7 it should be 3
I loved the Hobbit movie almost as much as this, but decided on Planet of The Apes 2 because of how original it is--yes I said is, it's original. The movie has nearly nothing to do with the old movies and has a much different tone than the first movie in the reboot series.
A great big step from its previous film, giving me the same feeling I got after The dark knight and avengers. Everything was so fleshed out and made with such care that you felt for the apes and the humans which caused a problem for which side you hope wins
Best film of the decade! One of the best films I've ever seen and that's rare because most films nowadays are politic driven slow films, or over the top action films starring 60 year olds. It was like an adult version of the lion king amazing!
The thing is, this movie was never about Jazz. It was never about drumming. It was never even about music in the first place. It was about the tumultuous depth of a teacher-student relationship.
Absolutely amazing. THAT ENDING left me sweating because of the absolute intensity of it. I loved every second of it. I've seen it three times and I don't look away once. Whenever I blink, I get a little sad because of it. Boyhood and Birdman are the other two films that I think should get first with The Lego Movie not far behind, but this one takes the cake. Absolutely amazing.
Whiplash deserves to be much higher in my opinion! How is it lower than Godzilla and The Maze Runner? Stellar sound mixing, filming, editing and directing, and JK Simmons was amazing, he totally deserved his Oscar. I think Miles Teller should have got more credit to, I think he's an amazing actor. Everything about this movie was wonderful, best movie of 2014 in my opinion!
I love this movie. I love the music because it is amazing. Fletcher was scary the first time, he made his band successful which is amazing. I love Whiplash with Miles Teller from Divergent in it. Miles Teller had trouble with the difference of rushing and dragging the first time, but he worked hard on it, so. Good Movie
Thefirst and second books are really good and they made the first and second movie is really good go Hunger Games. So what makes you think that the third book is bad when you haven't read it and to the people that have read it you know that this movie is going to be the best ever. Plus it's going to have Johanna Mason in it what what!
Probably one of my favorite movies. This movie was super intense and dramatic but I still loved it Jenny Lawrence was awesome at playing the part of Katniss and I loved when she sang the hanging tree that song is awesome right now its everywhere! Love this movie can't wait till it comes out on DVD.
Wow, Just wow. It was... depressing. I don't know if I like it or not. I usually am not a big fan of intense movies like that, but this I have to vote for. Amazing movie, great plot, etc. My favorite movie is the 1st one, but still, well done.
The Lego Movie is good, but not as good as this. This is the better of the Hunger Games movies because more action scenes and amazing acting from Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen. )
And the Hanging Tree was on point!
This film was garbage. I gave it a 2.5/5 because it uses plot contrivances that have already been seen in EVERY single Lord of the Rings or Hobbit film to date. I was very disappointed in what should've been an epic showdown. Also, any dwarf that had any backstory whatsoever, ended up getting killed off. Also, the possibility of them even surviving all of that was ridiculous. The king Dwarf Oakenshield also got really annoying with the terrible script he was personally handed, repeating himself over and over and OVER again! Finally, don't even get me on the part where Gandalf is cleaning out his weed pipe. I just don't even.
I cried twice just in the last 15 minutes before the credits. This movie may just be an ending to the trilogy but it's an action-packed, emotional, and epic finale. The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings saga is henseforth the best movie franchise ever filmed.
Other honorable mentions:
Guardians of the Galaxy
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Edge of Tomorrow (or "Live. Die. Repeat." whatever)
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Transformers: Age of Extinction
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
The Legend of Hercules
I guess I'm biased because I'm from New Zealand (No, this movie did NOT come from Hollywood) But this movie took my breath away. Superior to it's predecessors in every way, this movie truly captures the enticing magic of the even more amazing Lord of the Rings trilogy in a strange, morbidly epic fashion.
I loved this movie maybe not as much as the previous two but it was still good. Never read the books so I never expected Smaug to be killed so early in the movie I thought that would be the final battle or something. But nevertheless it was a great movie.
This movie is amazing, probably the best godzilla movie to date, and here's why 1: everyone complained about Cranston's character getting less screentime which was given to Aaron Taylor Johnson's character, but really think about this, almost all the greatest Si-fi/action movies had bland main characters and people never complained about those. 2: the mutos may have been in the movie more than godzilla but they were awesome, and the next reason will go into detail on that. 3: the sound mixing in this movie is beautiful, every time I heard Godzilla or the mutos roar I got chills.
You got to be kidding me, this is in 8th place? I came all the way here and waited to see Godzilla get only in 8th place? Well, if you don't know Godzilla, just buy it on the 16th of September and sit down and enjoy watching Godzilla beat up some monsters!
Those that complain about Godzilla screen time haven't watched the originals. Godzilla doesn't come in until close to the end of those too, so lighten up.
I was waiting for so long for this to come out, and when it did I was AMAZED! Yeah, I wished Godzilla had more screen time but it was still awesome.
This movie and Whiplash are underrated because blockbuster take their place. These movies should be in the top 5 and Hunger games was bad.
I don't think enough people have seen this one. Best crime thriller of the last decade. It looks great and has some killer acting in it
Hands down best movie of 2014! Nightcrawler for the win- you have to know good acting and storyline when you see it!
My second best film of the year, only Guardians of the Galaxy comes before it.
The Fault in Our Stars? Mockingjay? GODZILLA? What in the world is wrong with you, people? 2014 was such a stunning year for film and you guys decide to settle for such mediocrity. You are really missing out on some incredible works of art, such as Leviathan, Whiplash, Wild Tales, Ida, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Nightcrawler, Mommy and, of course, Boyhood.
This film is a masterpiece. It is an utterly unique and absolutely satisfying experience you can't quite bottle. So, come on, guys. I know your high school mates want to see Transformers, but it doesn't kill to watch well-made films every once in a while. Go see Boyhood. I swear it will be worth it.
I agree with you on everything, Boyhood was one of the most realistic and beautiful films ever made. The soundtrack to it probably adds to the nostalgia of people of my/our generation as well. This, Imitation Game, Calvary, Interstellar were probably the best but Boyhood on 1!
This one is tied for first on my list. I personally loved the emotional and physical intensity of Whiplash. The thing I loved about this movie? The realistic portrayal of an average American boyhood that one would experience in this situation. The aging of 12 years on screen in one movie that actually told a story was absolutely mind blowing. The script was really good and so was the acting. Richard Linklater is the God of independent filmmaking. He's made Dazed and Confused, Before Midnight, Before Sunset, Before Sunset, Waking Life, Bernie, and now this. I don't think this man can do wrong.
The fact that this movie is below Rio 2, Dawn of POA, Captain America, and several others saddens me. These are mediocre animated/action/superhero movies that come out every year but continute to make money. However, Boyhood is a once-in-a-lifetime movie unlike any other, getting a unprecedented 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Boyhood is all just a load of smoke and mirrors that will be forgotten in a few months time while Guardians of the Galaxy and Big Hero 6 will be loved by generations to come.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 is by far the best film and one of the best examples of how to craft a proper sequel I have ever seen. It expands its beautiful world by developing each individual character and giving each one there moment to shine, properly continuing the story and expanding it with new sub plots that aren't in too numerous of number so that it does not overcrowd the movie,improves the quality of the film compared to its original in almost every way,leaves enough plots hanging for the audience so that they are intrigued and want to find out what happens in the next film but not too many so that the film does not feel incomplete,and it does this in 102 minutes?! Its an incredible feat for animation and for cinema in my opinion, and its one of the best animated sequels this decade so far and one of the best sequel so far in the decade overall.
Who does not like Toothless?!?!? Why isn't this higher this movie had great animations, a great story line, and it even had all the emotions of funnys, to sadness, and happness best movie of 2014 and its age aproprate unlike guardeans of the galixy who put up one finger to many and almost said a very very nasty word also the voilince and bloody graphics that show was not made for my kid or anyone elses. But this one should have the whole family entertained because who do sent like dragons?
Best animated movie of 2014. It develops the characters established in the first movie to whole new levels, and deals with dark themes not often touched in a movie directed toward children. The only reason I think that it isn't in the top 10 is because not enough people have seen it.
Hey guys this is the best animated movie this year. Full of entertainment, elation and emotionally resonant. Certainly deserves place in top 5. Hiccup and Toothless are just great. Ya, certainly first part is unparalleled its soundtrack was amazing. Waiting for third movie
Movies don't win best picture at the Oscars for nothing. Genius film- the music, the filming and some of the scenes. It always kept you guessing but it was still easy to understand. Way better than Guardians of the Galaxy, The Fault in Our Stars and pretty much every fil on this list.
Boring movie. Overrated. Stole the oscar of Boyhood. I know many people may find the ending mind twisting. But I am used with these kinds of movies. And the boring twisty thing didn't impress me.
The part where the main character flies like a bird in New York is one of the best scenes in cinema history. I guess you haters should grow up and watch this masterpiece.
Probably the worst list ever. Haha this is below Rio 2 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?! This is a modern classic and is by far the best movie of the year.
If a highly praised film maker like Christopher Nolan was attached to Edge of Tomorrow, it would have been the film of the year. Instead Nolan turned to making "clever", overlong, complex, confident and non-nonsensical yak fest films which are praised because they are original and so complicated, viewers are transfixed into feeling they saw something magnificent, when in reality it was just a unrefined mess. (inception, Interstellar)
Awesome film, it's more underrated than it deserves to be. Tom Cruise's acting here is tops! And it has an original concept and great CGI and visuals, everything about this movie is to be loved! If you haven't already, watch this film!
I think it's the best of all the other movie lust here. Just that it was kinda confusing at first but great movie
They are better movies that is meant to be on the list, try movies like Transformer; age of extinction
Great underrated sci-fi movie. Tom cruise can prove he is sci-fi movie material. He firstly did oblivion and now this smashing film about living and dying and repeating. The visual effects are really great and the cinematography is used to great affect.
Why is this so high? I loved the originality of the original even though it was a remake of a mediocre cop show. Chris Miller and Phil Lord can do no wrong, and while I liked this film, I really thought it had nearly the EXACT same plot and jokes as the first. I know that was kind of the point of the movie, I just expected the directors of The Lego Movie to be more creative than this.
Come on, the film is almost as funny as the first, was certainly one of the best comedies of the year, with a lot of hilarious quotes, deserves a much better position, guys!
It's the end of 2014, and by now, I was definitely expecting one of the most intelligent, razor-sharp, witty comedies that I've seen to be in the top ten.
One of the few comedies that actually lived up to its expectations. I'd say this was even funnier that 21 Jump Street
Wes Anderson does it again! This artful roller coaster ride of a film is outrageously entertaining and superbly quirky with gorgeously dark undertones. Fascinating characters, incredible visuals, great soundtrack, terrific performances and beautifully detailed. I need to see this film again!
Signature Wes Anderson but I prefer most of his other films over this one any time, it felt rushed and chaotic mind some great visually entertaining moments and a good cast. But doesn't come close to Boyhood, Calvary, Interstellar, Imitation Game, Mommy of Birdman in my opinion. Still good fun though.
Look at what's ahead of this masterpiece. Godzilla, The Fault in Our Stars, The Hobbit, Mockingjay, and the godawful Interstellar are all ranked 5 spots or more ahead of it. Why? They were all mediocre at best. The Maze Runner is ranked DIRECTLY below this. What the hell is wrong with the world?
A quality movie light-years higher than Robocop or the pitifully bad Nut Job. I realize how early it is in the year to start cementing a top ten spot but this film deserves to be in the top 3 at the very least. This film qualifies as art.
It makes a very compelling and beautiful Rommance, it really has cemented Ansel Elgort as a good actor and keeps cementing Shailene Woodley as a terrific actress, also great performance from Willem Dafoe and Laura Dern that really hit home with me. But yes the typical cheesiness does appear, but it's handled well, though Romance films will never be as they were in the 50's 60's and 70's this really does a fine job.
I definitely loved the book AND the movie. And I'm 40 years old. It is a wonderful movie about living and accepting life as it comes your way. May it be for the living or the dying. So what if it's cheesy? Still a good movie, nonetheless. I'd pick this over and over again than the usual superhero stuffs.
It was proven that-more popular=more haters...What's wrong with you people?! this movie was great and one of my favourite. It never made me disappointed upon having a trouble downloading the movie. All I can say was that it was a very good film, amazing plot and beautiful from start to ending. a big GREAT everyone!
This the best love story that just not involve two people who cried for each other and make some promises which sounds weird and unreal it's just more than a love story this about real life. If anyone who hate this movie I don't think that he/she serious in life
One of the best movies I've seen in a long time, a plot that twists in the middle of the movie in an incredible and unpredictable way when you think you figured it out. It did not get the attention it deserves because people would not give it a try but this is a masterpiece
I am not sure how all of the Hollywood fluff above beat out this movie, it was by far the best of the year! Direction, cinematography, acting, musical score, everything about this movie was top-notch. It deserves to be much higher on this list!
David Fincher is THE BEST director alive. He is a perfectionist. This project turned out as good as any movie I've seen in a while.
I love how Psychotic Amy Dunne was! It was a great movie and I highly recommend it to everyone. PSYCHOs!
!. I loved this movie <3 I did not read the first book. But I read the second one Scorch Trials. I am in the middle of the third one Death Cure. The book is so good... who wants a spoiler alert and a cliff hanger so you can be excited for the 2 movie! In the book what happens is this... Thomas and all his friends werent the only people who did the maze. Another group did. But, there were all girls and 1 boy. The people the rescue Thomas and all them also rescue " Group B", they are all the girls. Thomas and all all them are Group A. They are separated for a long time. On the back neck of everybody in Thomas group.. group A. Minho has the words " leader" on the back of his. Thomas has the words" To be killed by Group B. Thomas also finds a paper that had Teresa's. Her's say " the betrayer" READ THE BOOK
This is absolutely one of the best movies I've ever seen. The casting is perfect, the setting of The Glade is accurate through my eyes. This movie is absolutely amazing. If you read the books. If there are any hate comments under this movie, it's probably because you haven't read the books and you don't have a good understanding. The books provide better detail like any other book would. But I think this movie should be in the top ten!
Really suck. This movie confuses and has a crazy story line, meaningless experiment. Hated it so much. No story at all. No victory, no satisfaction. 1/10 is what I will give for this movie. Please try to make a better movie script for gods sake. Not even worth watching, waste of time.
Divergent was nothing like the book either so both of these suck
This movie was amazing. Dylan O Brien acts with raw emotion and is totally hot. The set is amazing, and the action was amazing and upbeat. How is this not in the top ten.
Awesome film. I admired that film so much. I think the villains were great (Green Goblin, Electro, The man in the shadows), the plot was awesome, too, the easter eggs were clever, and also I think that some scenes were awesome, like for example, the conversation between the man in the shadows and Harry Osborn about building the famous Sinister Six, which is possibly the best easter egg on the film, as It referred to the novel "the gathering of the sinister six". and SPOILERS for the ones who didn't read the credits, the credits revealed the man in the shadows to be Gustav Fiers,The Gentleman (who in the novel built another version of the sinister six) meaning that in the start sony may have wanted to built a bigger universe. I feel it's awful that there may be no Sinister Six movie, or no amazing spider-man 3 movie. I really hope that the new Tom Holland spiderman movies get to be even better, that there are even more movies in the MCU and that they put villains like Mysterio, Green ...more
In the top five, 3/5 of those movies are for little kids. Muppets, Peabody and Sherman, and the Lego movie. You are kidding right, eh, NOO?! My top five R...
1. Amazing Spider Man 2
2. Godzilla wow, it is ranked 16!
3. Captain America and the Winter Soldier
5. Lego Movie
I am going to see the exciting movie xmen future past soon so that would be on my list, or transformers or dean of the apes 6. Would be mr Peabody and Sherman
You've gotta be kidding me! I hadnt seen any marvel movies before and I came to see this for some weird reason, and I was stunned! Yeah the Lego movie is great too so I'm not slagging anything off, I just think this should be much higher than 18, its one of the best movies I've seen! Brilliant acting too!
The first was really great, and I had high expectations for this one. I almost decided that The Amazing Spider-Man was better than the original Spider-Man. But then I saw this, and thought "No, that is not an option anymore."
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2"? Not that amazing.
Am I the only one here who thinks that Divergent has too many plot holes and is completely unoriginal? I mean, come on, people! It's the Hunger Games and The Giver mixed together into this cliche catastrophe!
I'm really sorry, first replier, but the fact that you Divergent is one of the best films you've ever seen only makes the whole in my soul bigger and my faith in humanity smaller.
I was pleasantly surprised. The book was decent but the movie was far better. Better movie than the first hunger games, which was unpolished in my opinion.
Yeah the movie that copied hunger games and the giver! I bet the sequel will copy catching fire!
So many plot holes and Hunger Games comparisons... my head hurt walking out of the theater...
I don't want to sound like a hater but I thought this movie was kinda stupid. Granted, it was funny in some scenes but the plot was terrible and the muppets were dumber than usual
I have never watched the muppets show but I liked it. Mostly becuase of the actors though. Especialy Ty Burrell. Tina Fey and Ricky were also funny.
I usually love the Muppets but this movie was kinda disappointing.
For whatever reason I hated this movie so much
Oh man, this movie was AWESOME! It's got time traveling! And alternate versions of characters!
Why are all these comments talking about how they haven't seen it? Don't vote if you haven't seen it!
I love the ancient Egypt scene is the best one
Haven't seen it but that is about to change