Top 10 Movies I Saw In 2014

🙂 Made a similar post last Christmas eve, “Argo”, “Django Unchained”, and “Think Like A Man” topped that list ( http://wp.me/p2Zzvk-2Q).

Two years ago, “August Rush”, “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Gahoole” and “I am Number Four” topped that personal list (http://wp.me/p2Zzvk-G)

This list is not really about “new” movies, these are just the top 10 of the very few movies I watched in 2014.

1. Dream House
2. The Devil Wears Prada
3. The Vow
4. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
5. John Q
6. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift
7. Thor: The Dark World
8. Maleficent
9. R.I.P.D
10. Along Came A Spider

Top 10 Movies I Saw In 2013.

🙂 Made a similar post last Christmas eve, “August Rush”, “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Gahoole” and “I am Number Four” topped that personal list (Top 10 Movies I Saw in 2012 http://wp.me/p2Zzvk-G)

This year, as usual, some of them are quite old but then, it was worth the time 🙂 and more importantly I realised one year has actually gone by.

1. Argo
2. Django Unchained
3. Think Like A Man
4. The Life of Pi
5. The Count Of Monte Cristo
6. Law Abiding Citizen
7. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
8. White House Down
9. Hunger Games
10. Perks of Being a Wallflower

Writing Wrongs: 10 Movie Titles with Bad Grammar

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Entertainment

For all the considerable resources that go into marketing Hollywood movies, it would seem that scant attention is paid to checking the grammar and punctuation of film titles. Case in point, the new Star Trek, whose title omits a punctuation mark that not-so-subtly changes the meaning of the words. TIME copy chief Danial Adkison and copy editor Douglas Watson offer their professional judgment on some other suspect movie titles.



Image: Star Trek Poster

Paramount Pictures

Star Trek Into Darkness

“The movie in which a celebrity goes on a long hike in the middle of the night.”

Suggested fix: A colon

Star Trek: Into Darkness



Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

“Is it really O.K. to ask a question and not put a question mark at the end.”

Suggested fix: A question mark

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?



Law Abiding Citizen

Overture Films

Law Abiding Citizen

“Some citizens the law can abide; others it cannot stand.”

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Top 10 Movies I Saw in 2012

They may be old, but they were worth the time. I can’t make any comments on them right now…its Christmas eve you know!

1. August Rush (Music is all around us, all you need to do is listen).
2. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Gahoole (I am still working on my evil stare)
3. I am Number Four
4. Source Code
5. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
6. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
7. The Other End of the Line
8. The Illusionist
9. Evan Almighty
10. Machine Gun Preacher