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Andrew Evans - Top 10 Films of 2015

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Personally, 2015 has been the best and worst year in film for me. There were the films that I unfortunately missed (Brooklyn, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, The Diary of a Teenage Girl), and then there were the films that never showed up at my city's footsteps (Turbo Kid, Anomalisa, Room). Luckily, my year was still well-rounded with a great mix of full-blown blockbusters and nearly unseen indies.

There were many fair runners-up, including the intentional B-movie horror-comedy The Final Girls; the near insane, octane driven Mad Max: Fury Road; the nostalgic Star Wars: The Force Awakens; the over-the-top, but intensely inspiring Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation; and the low budget, iPhone shot and common-acted Tangerine.

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