Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2014: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to take a cinematic journey back to 2014! A year that gifted us with an eclectic mix of movies that made us laugh, cry, and clutch the edge of our seats. From heart-wrenching dramas to adrenaline-pumping action flicks, 2014 was a year that truly had something for everyone. But which films managed to capture the hearts of fans and critics alike? Which ones left an indelible mark and are still talked about in hushed, reverent tones? Well, you’re about to find out! We’ve compiled a list of the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2014, and it’s a reel treat! So, sit back, relax, and let’s rewind to a year of unforgettable cinema. Lights, camera, action!


Release Date: 2014-11-05

Genres: Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction

“Interstellar” is a captivating sci-fi film released in 2014 that follows a group of explorers led by Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. They embark on a thrilling adventure, utilizing a newly discovered wormhole to overcome the limitations of human space travel and conquer the immense distances of an interstellar voyage. With an all-star cast and a mind-bending storyline, this movie is a must-watch for any science fiction enthusiast.

Cast: Matthew McConaughey (Joseph “Coop” Cooper) , Anne Hathaway (Dr. Amelia Brand) , Jessica Chastain (Murphy “Murph” Cooper) , Bill Irwin (TARS (voice)) , Ellen Burstyn (Old Murph) , Michael Caine (Professor John Brand) , Mackenzie Foy (Young Murph) , Casey Affleck (Tom Cooper) , John Lithgow (Donald) , Wes Bentley (Doyle) , David Gyasi (Romilly) , Matt Damon (Mann) , Topher Grace (Getty) , Timothée Chalamet (Young Tom) , David Oyelowo (School Principal) , William Devane (Williams) , Josh Stewart (CASE (voice)) , Collette Wolfe (Ms. Hanley) , Leah Cairns (Lois) , Russ Fega (Crew Chief) , Lena Georgas (Nurse Practitioner) , Jeff Hephner (Doctor) , Elyes Gabel (Administrator) , Brooke Smith (Nurse) , Liam Dickinson (Coop)

Directors: Christopher Nolan

Writers: Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan

Tags: artificial intelligence, nasa, time warp, spacecraft, expedition, future, wormhole, space travel, famine, black hole, dystopia, race against time, quantum mechanics, space, rescue, family relationships, robot, astronaut, scientist, single father, farmer, space station, space adventure, time paradox, time-manipulation, father daughter relationship, 2060s, cornfield, time manipulation



Release Date: 2014-10-10

Genres: Drama, Music

“Whiplash” is a gripping drama released in 2014 that tells the story of a talented young drummer who becomes obsessed with achieving perfection under the guidance of a relentless instructor. Starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons, this intense film explores the drummer’s journey as he sacrifices everything, including his own humanity, in his pursuit of greatness.

Cast: Miles Teller (Andrew Neiman) , J.K. Simmons (Terence Fletcher) , Paul Reiser (Jim Neiman) , Melissa Benoist (Nicole) , Austin Stowell (Ryan Connolly) , Chris Mulkey (Uncle Frank) , Nate Lang (Carl Tanner) , Charlie Ian (Dustin) , Jayson Blair (Travis) , Kavita Patil (Sophie) , Damon Gupton (Mr. Kramer) , Suanne Spoke (Aunt Emma) , Max Kasch (Dorm Neighbor) , Kofi Siriboe (Bassist (Nassau)) , C.J. Vana (Metz) , Tarik Lowe (Pianist (Studio Band)) , Tyler Kimball (Saxophonist #2 (Studio Band)) , Rogelio Douglas Jr. (Trumpeter #1 (Studio Band)) , Adrian Burks (Trumpeter #2 (Studio Band)) , Joseph Bruno (Technician (Overbrook) – Mike) , Michael D. Cohen (Stage Hand (Overbrook)) , Jocelyn Ayanna (Passerby (Bus Station)) , Keenan Henson (Truck Driver) , Janet Hoskins (Passerby (Dunellen)) , April Grace (Rachel Bornholdt)

Directors: Damien Chazelle

Writers: Damien Chazelle

Tags: new york city, jazz, obsession, conservatory, music teacher, concert, montage, public humiliation, jazz band, young adult, music school, based on short film, motivational

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Release Date: 2014-02-26

Genres: Comedy, Drama

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a captivating movie set in a famous European hotel during the wars. It follows the extraordinary bond between a legendary concierge and a young employee who becomes his trusted protégé. Together, they embark on a thrilling adventure involving a stolen Renaissance painting, a battle for a massive family fortune, and the dramatic transformations that swept through Europe in the early 20th century. With an incredible cast including Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, and Jeff Goldblum, this film is a must-watch from 2014.

Cast: Ralph Fiennes (Monsieur Gustave H.) , F. Murray Abraham (Old Zero Moustafa) , Tony Revolori (Zero Moustafa) , Mathieu Amalric (Serge X.) , Adrien Brody (Dmitri) , Willem Dafoe (J.G. Jopling) , Jeff Goldblum (Deputy Vilmos Kovacs) , Edward Norton (Albert Henckels) , Harvey Keitel (Ludwig) , Jude Law (Young Author) , Bill Murray (Monsieur Ivan) , Saoirse Ronan (Agatha) , Jason Schwartzman (Monsieur Jean) , Léa Seydoux (Clotilde) , Tilda Swinton (Madame D.) , Tom Wilkinson (Author) , Owen Wilson (Monsieur Chuck) , Florian Lukas (Pinky) , Bob Balaban (Monsieur Martin) , Fisher Stevens (Monsieur Robin) , Wallace Wolodarsky (Monsieur Georges) , Waris Ahluwalia (Monsieur Dino) , Uwe Holoubek (Second Waiter (1968)) , Larry Pine (Mr. Mosher) , Karl Markovics (Wolf)

Directors: Wes Anderson

Writers: Wes Anderson, Stefan Zweig, Hugo Guinness

Tags: hotel, eastern europe, painting, author, wartime, gunfight, theft, bellboy, mentor protégé relationship, european, hotel lobby, renaissance painting, 1960s, 1930s

The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game

Release Date: 2014-11-14

Genres: History, Drama, Thriller, War

“The Imitation Game” is a captivating movie based on the true story of Alan Turing, a brilliant cryptanalyst. Set during World War II, it follows Turing and his team of code-breakers at Bletchley Park as they race against time to crack Germany’s secret codes. With an incredible cast including Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, this film is a must-watch for history buffs and fans of thrilling wartime dramas.

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch (Alan Turing) , Keira Knightley (Joan Clarke) , Matthew Goode (Hugh Alexander) , Rory Kinnear (Detective Robert Nock) , Allen Leech (John Cairncross) , Matthew Beard (Peter Hilton) , Charles Dance (Commander Denniston) , Mark Strong (Stewart Menzies) , James Northcote (Jack Good) , Tom Goodman-Hill (Sergeant Staehl) , Steven Waddington (Superintendent Smith) , Ilan Goodman (Keith Furman) , Jack Tarlton (Charles Richards) , Alex Lawther (Young Alan Turing) , Jack Bannon (Christopher Morcom) , Tuppence Middleton (Helen) , Dominic Charman (Sherborne Student 1) , James G. Nunn (Sherborne Student 2) , Charlie Manton (Sherborne Student 3) , David Charkham (Joan’s Father) , Victoria Wicks (Joan’s Mother) , Andrew Havill (Teacher) , Laurence Kennedy (Headmaster) , Tim van Eyken (MI6 Agent) , Will Bowden (Military Policeman)

Directors: Morten Tyldum

Writers: Graham Moore, Andrew Hodges

Tags: england, homophobia, world war ii, mathematician, biography, genius, code breaking, male homosexuality, lgbt, logician, cryptography, math genius, gay theme, codes

Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy

“Guardians of the Galaxy” is a thrilling sci-fi adventure released in 2014. It follows Peter Quill, who is hunted down after stumbling upon a powerful orb that Ronan the Accuser desperately wants. With an incredible cast including Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaña, and Bradley Cooper, this action-packed film takes you on a journey through space as Quill and his team of misfits fight to protect the galaxy.

Cast: Chris Pratt (Peter Quill / Star-Lord) , Zoe Saldaña (Gamora) , Dave Bautista (Drax the Destroyer) , Vin Diesel (Groot (voice)) , Bradley Cooper (Rocket (voice)) , Lee Pace (Ronan the Accuser) , Michael Rooker (Yondu Udonta) , Karen Gillan (Nebula) , Djimon Hounsou (Korath) , John C. Reilly (Corpsman Dey) , Glenn Close (Nova Prime) , Benicio del Toro (Taneleer Tivan / The Collector) , Laura Haddock (Meredith Quill) , Sean Gunn (Kraglin / On Set Rocket) , Peter Serafinowicz (Denarian Saal) , Christopher Fairbank (The Broker) , Krystian Godlewski (On Set Groot) , Wyatt Oleff (Young Quill) , Gregg Henry (Grandpa) , Janis Ahern (Meredith’s Mother) , Solomon Mousley (Meredith’s Brother) , Lindsay Morton (Meredith’s Best Friend) , Robert Firth (Dr. Fitzgibbon) , Melia Kreiling (Bereet) , Tom Proctor (Horuz)

Directors: James Gunn

Writers: James Gunn, Steve Gerber, Dan Abnett, Nicole Perlman, Keith Giffen, Andy Lanning, Steve Englehart, Val Mayerik, Jim Starlin, Bill Mantlo, Steve Gan

Tags: spacecraft, based on comic, space, orphan, adventurer, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe (mcu)

Gone Girl

Gone Girl

Release Date: 2014-10-01

Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Drama

“Gone Girl” is a gripping thriller released in 2014 that tells the story of a man whose wife mysteriously disappears, attracting intense media attention. As the investigation unfolds, suspicions arise about the man’s innocence, putting him in the spotlight. Starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, this movie keeps you on the edge of your seat with its intriguing plot and stellar performances.

Cast: Ben Affleck (Nick Dunne) , Rosamund Pike (Amy Elliott Dunne) , Carrie Coon (Margo Dunne) , Kim Dickens (Detective Rhonda Boney) , Neil Patrick Harris (Desi Collings) , Tyler Perry (Tanner Bolt) , Patrick Fugit (Detective Jim Gilpin) , Lisa Banes (Marybeth Elliott) , David Clennon (Rand Elliott) , Boyd Holbrook (Jeff) , Lola Kirke (Greta) , Casey Wilson (Noelle Hawthorne) , Missi Pyle (Ellen Abbott) , Emily Ratajkowski (Andie Fitzgerald) , Scoot McNairy (Tommy O’Hara) , Sela Ward (Sharon Schieber) , Lee Norris (Police Officer) , Jamie McShane (Donnelly) , Leonard Kelly-Young (Bill Dunne) , Kathleen Rose Perkins (Shawna Kelly) , Pete Housman (Walter) , Lynn Adrianna (Kelly Capitono) , Cyd Strittmatter (Maureen Dunne) , Ricky Wood (Jason) , Donna Rusch (Lauren Nevens)

Directors: David Fincher

Writers: Gillian Flynn

Tags: based on novel or book, infidelity, wife, investigation, marriage crisis, disappearance, psychological thriller, whodunit, missing person, search party, criminal lawyer, murder suspect, missing wife

The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything

Release Date: 2014-11-26

Genres: Drama, Romance

“The Theory of Everything” is a captivating movie released in 2014 that tells the extraordinary story of renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. Set in Cambridge, the film explores Hawking’s deep love for his fellow student Jane Wilde, taking us on a journey through their inspiring and emotional relationship. With an incredible cast including Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, this movie is a must-watch for anyone interested in the remarkable life of one of the world’s greatest minds.

Cast: Eddie Redmayne (Stephen Hawking) , Felicity Jones (Jane Hawking) , Charlie Cox (Jonathan Hellyer Jones) , Emily Watson (Beryl Wilde) , Simon McBurney (Frank Hawking) , David Thewlis (Dennis Sciama) , Maxine Peake (Elaine Mason) , Harry Lloyd (Brian) , Tom Prior (Robert Hawking (Age 17)) , Sophie Perry (Lucy Hawking (Age 14)) , Finlay Wright-Stephens (Timothy Hawking (Age 8)) , Alice Orr-Ewing (Diana King) , Thomas Morrison (Carter) , Michael Marcus (Ellis) , Gruffudd Glyn (Rees) , Paul Longley (Barman – Rowing Club) , Guy Oliver-Watts (George Wilde) , Lucy Chappell (Mary Hawking) , Charlotte Hope (Philippa Hawking) , Abigail Cruttenden (Isobel Hawking) , Nicholas Gerard-Martin (Physicist #1) , Brett Brown (Physicist #2) , Anthony Skrimshire (Physicist #3) , Christian McKay (Roger Penrose) , Adam Godley (Senior Doctor – Cambridge Hospital)

Directors: James Marsh

Writers: Anthony McCarten, Jane Hawking

Tags: husband wife relationship, biography, physicist, based on true story, based on memoir or autobiography, fictional biography, motor neuron disease, als, cambridge university

Wild Tales

Wild Tales

Release Date: 2014-08-21

Genres: Drama, Thriller, Comedy

“Wild Tales” is a thrilling and intense movie released in 2014 that explores the dark side of human behavior. Starring a talented cast including Ricardo Darín and Leonardo Sbaraglia, the film tells six gripping stories of distressed individuals seeking revenge. With its release date on August 21, this movie was among the 20 best voted films of that year.

Cast: Ricardo Darín (Simón Fisher (segment “Bombita”)) , Leonardo Sbaraglia (Diego (segment “El más fuerte”)) , Érica Rivas (Romina (segment “Hasta que la muerte nos separe”)) , Oscar Martínez (Mauricio (segment “La propuesta”)) , Rita Cortese (Cook (segment “Las ratas”)) , Julieta Zylberberg (Waitress (segment “Las ratas”)) , Darío Grandinetti (Salgado (segment “Pasternak”)) , María Marull (Isabel (segment “Pasternak”)) , Mónica Villa (Professor Leguizamón (segment “Pasternak”)) , César Bordón (Cuenca (segment “Las ratas”)) , Walter Donado (Mario (segment “El más fuerte”)) , Nancy Dupláa (Victoria (segment “Bombita”)) , Luis Mazzeo (Pécora (segment “Bombita”)) , María Onetto (Helena (segment “La propuesta”)) , Osmar Núñez (Lawyer (segment “La propuesta”)) , Germán de Silva (Casero (segment “La propuesta”)) , Diego Velázquez (Prosecutor (segment “La propuesta”)) , Alan Daicz (Santiago (segment “La propuesta”)) , Diego Gentile (Ariel (segment “Hasta que la muerte nos separe”)) , Diego Starosta (Ignacio Fontana (segment “Pasternak”)) , Marcelo Frasca (Casa Tía Manager (segment “Pasternak”)) , Lucila Mangone (Flight Attendant (segment “Pasternak”)) , Carlos Alberto Vavassori (Víctor Jensen (segment “Pasternak”)) , Juan Santiago Linari (Alexis (segment “Las ratas”)) , Andrea Garrote (Victoria’s Lawyer (segment “Bombita”))

Directors: Damián Szifron

Writers: Damián Szifron

Tags: anthology, revenge, dark comedy, wedding party, road rage, multiple storylines, horror comedy

Love, Rosie

Love, Rosie

Release Date: 2014-10-16

Genres: Romance, Drama, Comedy

“Love, Rosie” is a heartwarming movie about two best friends, Rosie and Alex, who have been inseparable since they were 5 years old. Despite facing various challenges and making different life choices, they always manage to find their way back to each other. Starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin, this film explores the complexities of life, love, and the enduring bond of friendship. Released in 2014, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year!

Cast: Lily Collins (Rosie Dunne) , Sam Claflin (Alex Stewart) , Christian Cooke (Greg) , Tamsin Egerton (Sally) , Suki Waterhouse (Bethany Williams) , Jaime Winstone (Ruby) , Art Parkinson (Gary Dunne) , Jamie Beamish (Phil) , Lorcan Cranitch (Dennis Dunne) , Ger Ryan (Alice Dunne) , Lily Laight (Katie (12 yrs)) , Rosa Molloy (Katie (5 yrs)) , Sadbh Malin (Clare) , Nick Lee (Herb) , Ciaran McGlynn (Dick) , Jusin Holmes (Jonathan) , Max Cleary (Joey Dunne) , Aaron Kinsella (Toby (6 yrs)) , Lara McDonnell (Rosie (10 yrs)) , Beau Rose Garratt (Rosie (6 yrs)) , Tom John Kelly (Alex (10 yrs)) , Tighe Wardell (Alex (6 yrs)) , David Crowley (Policeman Adam) , Marion O’Dwyer (Mrs. Casey) , Róisín O’Donovan (Midwife)

Directors: Christian Ditter

Writers: Juliette Towhidi, Cecilia Ahern

Tags: based on novel or book, friendship, love, best friend, valentine’s day, teenage pregnancy, friends in love, missed opportunity



Release Date: 2014-09-12

Genres: Drama, Comedy

“Pride” is a heartwarming and inspiring movie released in 2014. Set in 1984, it tells the true story of a group of LGBT activists who rally together to support the National Union of Mineworkers during a strike. Despite facing initial resistance, their determination and solidarity shine through as they overcome obstacles and bridge the gap between two seemingly different communities. With a talented cast including George MacKay, Ben Schnetzer, and Bill Nighy, this film is a must-watch for its powerful message of unity and acceptance.

Cast: George MacKay (Joe “Bromley”) , Ben Schnetzer (Mark Ashton) , Freddie Fox (Jeff) , Bill Nighy (Cliff) , Imelda Staunton (Hefina) , Dominic West (Jonathan) , Paddy Considine (Dai) , Andrew Scott (Gethin) , Joseph Gilgun (Mike) , Chris Overton (Reggie) , Faye Marsay (Steph) , Jessica Gunning (Siân James) , Joshua Hill (Ray) , Lisa Palfrey (Maureen) , Liz White (Margaret) , Monica Dolan (Marion) , Rhodri Meilir (Martin) , Menna Trussler (Gwen) , Karina Fernandez (Stella) , Jessie Cave (Zoe) , Russell Tovey (Tim) , Nia Gwynne (Gail) , Jack Baggs (Gary) , Dyfan Dwyfor (Lee) , Johnny Gibbon (Johnny)

Directors: Matthew Warchus

Writers: Stephen Beresford

Tags: london, england, wales, based on true story, lgbt, 1980s, activism, miners strike, gay theme



Release Date: 2014-10-23

Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller

“Nightcrawler” is a gripping crime thriller released in 2014 that follows the story of Lou Bloom, a desperate man who dives headfirst into the world of L.A. crime journalism. As he blurs the line between observer and participant, Lou becomes the star of his own story, with the help of Nina, a seasoned TV-news veteran. With an incredible cast including Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, and Riz Ahmed, this movie is a must-watch for anyone seeking a thrilling and intense cinematic experience.

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal (Louis Bloom) , Rene Russo (Nina Romina) , Riz Ahmed (Rick) , Bill Paxton (Joe Loder) , Kevin Rahm (Frank Kruse) , Michael Hyatt (Detective Frontieri) , Price Carson (Detective Lieberman) , Kent Shocknek (Kent Shocknek) , Sharon Tay (Sharon Tay) , Ann Cusack (Linda) , Carolyn Gilroy (Jenny) , Marco Rodríguez (Scrapyard Owner) , Michael Papajohn (Security Guard) , Jonny Coyne (Pawn Shop Owner) , Rick Chambers (KWLA Anchor Ben Waterman) , Pat Harvey (Pat Harvey) , Rick Garcia (Rick Garcia) , James Huang (Marcus Mayhem Video) , Leah Fredkin (Female Anchor) , Bill Seward (Bill Seward) , Holly Hannula (KWLA Anchor Lisa Mays) , Nick Chacon (Cop #1) , Kevin Dunigan (Cop #2) , Alex Ortiz (Cop #3) , Eric Lange (Ace Video Cameraman)

Directors: Dan Gilroy

Writers: Dan Gilroy

Tags: journalism, underground, job interview, cynicism, psychopath, sociopath, crime scene, psychological thriller, los angeles, california, home invasion, stakeout, newsreel footage, character study, neo-noir, ethics, stringer, police scanner, news business

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is a thrilling action-packed movie that follows Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, as he navigates the modern world after the events in New York with The Avengers. When a colleague from S.H.I.E.L.D. is attacked, Captain America teams up with the Black Widow and a new ally, the Falcon, to uncover a dangerous conspiracy. With an unexpected and formidable enemy, the Winter Soldier, the trio must fight to save the world. Starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, and a star-studded cast, this movie was one of the best voted films of 2014.

Cast: Chris Evans (Steve Rogers / Captain America) , Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow) , Sebastian Stan (James ‘Bucky’ Barnes / Winter Soldier) , Anthony Mackie (Sam Wilson / Falcon) , Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill) , Frank Grillo (Brock Rumlow) , Emily VanCamp (Kate / Agent 13) , Hayley Atwell (Peggy Carter) , Robert Redford (Alexander Pierce) , Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) , Toby Jones (Dr. Arnim Zola) , Jenny Agutter (Councilwoman Hawley) , Maximiliano Hernández (Jasper Sitwell) , Georges St-Pierre (Georges Batroc) , Callan Mulvey (Jack Rollins) , Alan Dale (Councilman Rockwell) , Chin Han (Councilman Yen) , Bernard White (Councilman Singh) , Stan Lee (Smithsonian Guard) , Garry Shandling (Senator Stern) , Salvator Xuereb (French Pirate #1) , Brian Duffy (French Pirate #2) , Zack Duhame (Engine Pirate) , Adetokumboh M’Cormack (French Radio Pirate) , Christopher George Sarris (Skinny Steve)

Directors: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Writers: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon

Tags: washington dc, usa, future, shield, superhero, based on comic, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe (mcu), political thriller

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Release Date: 2014-12-13

Genres: Crime, Comedy, Action, Adventure

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is an action-packed spy film released in 2014. It follows the story of a young street kid who gets recruited by a top-secret spy organization. With an all-star cast including Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Caine, this movie takes you on a thrilling adventure as they train the new recruit to save the world from a twisted tech genius.

Cast: Taron Egerton (Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin) , Colin Firth (Harry Hart / Galahad) , Samuel L. Jackson (Valentine) , Mark Strong (Merlin) , Sophie Cookson (Roxy) , Sofia Boutella (Gazelle) , Michael Caine (Arthur) , Mark Hamill (Professor Arnold) , Samantha Womack (Michelle Unwin) , Jonno Davies (Lee) , Jack Davenport (Lancelot) , Adrian Quinton (Terrorist) , Alex Nikolov (Little Eggsy) , Velibor Topic (Big Goon) , Geoff Bell (Dean) , Jordan Long (Poodle) , Theo Barklem-Biggs (Ryan) , Tobi Bakare (Jamal) , Morgan Watkins (Rottweiler) , Paul Kennington (Barman) , Ralph Ineson (Policeman) , Edward Holcroft (Charlie) , Nicholas Banks (Digby) , Jack Cutmore-Scott (Rufus) , Nicholas Agnew (Nathaniel)

Directors: Matthew Vaughn

Writers: Matthew Vaughn, Jane Goldman, Dave Gibbons, Mark Millar

Tags: spy, great britain, secret organization, secret agent, based on comic, united kingdom, duringcreditsstinger

The Raid 2

The Raid 2

Release Date: 2014-03-27

Genres: Action, Crime, Thriller

“The Raid 2” is an action-packed Indonesian film released in 2014. It follows the story of Rama, a SWAT team member who survives a dangerous mission and goes undercover to protect his family and expose corruption within his own force. With a talented cast including Iko Uwais and Arifin Putra, this thrilling movie takes you on a gripping journey through the criminal underworld.

Cast: Iko Uwais (Rama) , Arifin Putra (Ucok) , Tio Pakusadewo (Bangun) , Oka Antara (Eka) , Alex Abbad (Bejo) , Cecep Arif Rahman (The Assassin) , Julie Estelle (Alicia “Hammer Girl”) , Very Tri Yulisman (Baseball Bat Man) , Ryuhei Matsuda (Keiichi) , Kenichi Endo (Hideaki Goto) , Kazuki Kitamura (Ryuichi) , Yayan Ruhian (Prakoso) , Cok Simbara (Bunawar) , Roy Marten (Reza) , Epy Kusnandar (Topan) , Zack Lee (Benny) , Deddy Sutomo (Mediator) , Marsha Timothy (Dwi) , Donny Alamsyah (Andi) , Mike Lucock (Johnny) , Henky Solaiman (Father) , Haryadi Anwar (Prison Warden) , Pong Harjatmo (Commisioner) , Aditya Antika (Joanna (Karaoke Girl #1)) , Patria Sandya Mustika (Karaoke Girl #2)

Directors: Gareth Evans

Writers: Gareth Evans

Tags: prison, undercover, fight, gangster, police, outnumbered

Who Am I

Who Am I

Release Date: 2014-09-25

Genres: Thriller

“Who Am I” is a thrilling German movie released in 2014 that follows Benjamin, a talented computer whiz, as he gets involved with a rebellious hacker group aiming for global recognition. Starring Tom Schilling, Elyas M’Barek, and other talented actors, this film takes you on a captivating journey into the world of hacking and subversion. Get ready for an exciting ride filled with suspense and intrigue!

Cast: Tom Schilling (Benjamin) , Elyas M’Barek (Max) , Wotan Wilke Möhring (Stephan) , Antoine Monot Jr. (Paul) , Hannah Herzsprung (Marie) , Trine Dyrholm (Hanne Lindberg) , Stephan Kampwirth (Martin Böhmer) , Leopold Hornung (Oskar) , Katharina Matz (Hilde Engel) , Marten Borgwardt (‘Krypton’) , Leonard Carow (‘MRX’) , Antonia Putiloff (BKA Hacker) , Agnes Thi-Mai (Alice) , Lena Dörrie (BKA Araştırmacısı #1) , David Masterson (Siber Mafya Adamı Dövmesi) , Mike Davies (Europol Güvenlik Görevlisi) , Sara Bernhardt (Marie’nin Kız Arkadaşı #1) , Alica Hubiak (Parti Kızı #1) , Rosa Schrehardt (Parti Kızı #2) , Matthias Neukirch (Dr. Arnow) , Nils Borghardt () , Alexander Hauff (Karl-Heinz Vogt) , Max Hopp (BND Bilişim Teknisyeni) , Björn Susen (Richter) , Katja Wagner (Anja Berdel, Exchange Haber Sunucusu)

Directors: Baran bo Odar

Writers: Baran bo Odar, Jantje Friese

Tags: berlin, germany, hacker, computer, bka, bnd

Edge of Tomorrow

Edge of Tomorrow

Release Date: 2014-05-27

Genres: Action, Science Fiction

“Edge of Tomorrow” is an action-packed sci-fi film released in 2014. Starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, it follows the story of Major Bill Cage, an officer who finds himself trapped in a time loop during a war against aliens. With each repeated day, he must fight and die again, learning from his mistakes to ultimately save humanity.

Cast: Tom Cruise (Maj. William ‘Bill’ Cage) , Emily Blunt (Sgt. Rita Vrataski) , Bill Paxton (Master Sergeant Farell) , Brendan Gleeson (General Brigham) , Noah Taylor (Dr. Carter) , Kick Gurry (Griff) , Dragomir Mrsic (Kuntz) , Charlotte Riley (Nance) , Jonas Armstrong (Skinner) , Franz Drameh (Ford) , Masayoshi Haneda (Takeda) , Tony Way (Kimmel) , Terence Maynard (Cruel Sergeant) , Lara Pulver (Karen Lord) , Madeleine Mantock (Julie) , Assly Zandry (Infirmary Nurse) , Sebastian Blunt (Young Soldier / Tarmac) , Beth Goddard (Secretary – Judith) , Ronan Summers (Dog Soldier 1) , Aaron Romano (Dog Soldier 2) , Usman Akram (Dog Soldier 3) , Bentley Kalu (Dog Soldier 4) , Mairead McKinley (Bar Maid) , Andrew Neil (Old Man) , Martin Hyder (Drunk)

Directors: Doug Liman

Writers: Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, Hiroshi Sakurazaka

Tags: deja vu, based on novel or book, restart, dystopia, training, alien, time loop, military officer, soldier, based on manga, alien invasion, war hero, exoskeleton, soldiers, war

The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars

Release Date: 2014-05-16

Genres: Romance, Drama

“The Fault in Our Stars” is a heartwarming movie released in 2014 that tells the story of Hazel, a young girl with a terminal illness. Despite her condition, her life takes an unexpected turn when she meets Augustus, another patient at her support group. Together, they embark on a journey that challenges their perspectives on life, love, and the power of hope. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, this film is a must-watch for those seeking a touching and inspiring story.

Cast: Shailene Woodley (Hazel Grace Lancaster) , Ansel Elgort (Augustus Waters) , Nat Wolff (Isaac) , Laura Dern (Frannie Lancaster) , Sam Trammell (Michael Lancaster) , Willem Dafoe (Peter van Houten) , Lotte Verbeek (Lidewij Vliegenthart) , Mike Birbiglia (Patrick) , Ana Dela Cruz (Dr. Maria) , Randy Kovitz (Dr. Simmons) , Emily Peachey (Monica) , David Whalen (Gus’ Dad) , Milica Govich (Gus’ Mom) , Allegra Carpenter (Hostess) , Toni Saladna (Flight Attendant) , Emily Bach (Monica’s Mom) , Tim Hartman (Minister) , Bethany Leo (Speaker #1 (Beth)) , Alexis Hodges (Speaker #2 (Angel)) , Jean Brassard (Waiter) , Carly Otte (Young Girl (Alisa)) , Lily Kenna (Young Hazel) , Silvio Wolf Busch (European) , Viviana Cardenas (Support Group Member (Julie)) , Jordan Drexel (Speaker #3 (Sid))

Directors: Josh Boone

Writers: Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber, John Green

Tags: amsterdam, netherlands, based on novel or book, support group, cancer, valentine’s day, star crossed lovers, teen drama, oxygen tank, based on young adult novel

I Origins

I Origins

Release Date: 2014-07-18

Genres: Science Fiction, Drama

“I Origins” is a thought-provoking movie released in 2014 that explores the fascinating world of molecular biology and its impact on both scientific and spiritual beliefs. Starring Michael Pitt, Brit Marling, and Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, this film delves into a molecular biologist’s study of the human eye, uncovering profound implications for humanity. With a talented cast and an intriguing storyline, “I Origins” is definitely one of the best voted movies of 2014.

Cast: Michael Pitt (Ian Gray) , Brit Marling (Karen) , Astrid Bergès-Frisbey (Sofi) , Steven Yeun (Kenny) , Archie Panjabi (Priya Varma) , Cara Seymour (Dr. Jane Simmons) , Venida Evans (Margaret Dairy) , William Mapother (Darryl Mackenzie) , Kashish (Salomina) , Dorien Makhloghi (7-Eleven Attendant) , Charles W. Gray (Marriage Clerk) , Johns Schiumo (TV Anchor) , Farasha Baylock (Posh Waitress) , Ako (Nurse) , Christopher Santamaria (Baby Tobias) , Sebastian Santamaria (Baby Tobias) , Rhonda Ayers (Waitress) , Crystal Anne Dickinson (Julie Dairy) , Victor Varnado (Lab Assistant)

Directors: Mike Cahill

Writers: Mike Cahill

Tags: reincarnation, doctor, india, molecular biologist

What We Do in the Shadows

What We Do in the Shadows

Release Date: 2014-06-19

Genres: Comedy, Horror

“What We Do in the Shadows” is a hilarious vampire comedy released in 2014. The movie follows a group of vampire housemates as they navigate the challenges of modern life and introduce a newly turned hipster to the perks of being undead. With a talented cast including Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, this film is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh and a unique take on the vampire genre.

Cast: Taika Waititi (Viago) , Jemaine Clement (Vladislav) , Jonny Brugh (Deacon) , Cori Gonzalez-Macuer (Nick) , Stu Rutherford (Stu) , Ben Fransham (Petyr) , Jackie van Beek (Jackie) , Elena Stejko (Pauline (The Beast)) , Jason Hoyte (Julian) , Karen O’Leary (Policewoman) , Mike Minogue (Policeman) , Chelsie Preston Crayford (Josephine) , Ian Harcourt (Zombie) , Ethel Robinson (Katherine) , Brad Harding (Vampire Hunter) , Isaac Heron (Fix Attendant) , Yvette Parsons (Vampire Witch / MC) , Madeleine Sami (Morana) , Aaron Jackson (Club Bouncer) , Morgana Hills (Child Vampire) , Morag Hills (Child Vampire) , Frank Habicht (Phillip) , Moose Kapua (Big Kumara Bouncer) , Denis Welch (Hypnotised Man / Vladislav’s Victim) , Mario Gaoa (Bouncer Richie)

Directors: Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement

Writers: Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement

Tags: commune, new zealand, vampire, friendship, mockumentary, zombie, werewolf, suburb, heartbreak, fraternity, aftercreditsstinger, nosferatu, communal living, wellington new zealand

X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” is an action-packed superhero film released in 2014. It features an incredible cast including Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, and more. The movie follows the X-Men as they unite with their younger selves in a thrilling battle across two time periods, fighting to change the past and secure a better future for their species.

Cast: Hugh Jackman (Logan / Wolverine) , James McAvoy (Charles Xavier / Professor X) , Patrick Stewart (Charles Xavier / Professor X) , Michael Fassbender (Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto) , Ian McKellen (Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto) , Jennifer Lawrence (Raven Darkholme / Mystique) , Nicholas Hoult (Hank McCoy / Beast) , Peter Dinklage (Bolivar Trask) , Elliot Page (Katherine ‘Kitty’ Pryde / Shadowcat) , Evan Peters (Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver) , Halle Berry (Ororo Munroe / Storm) , Shawn Ashmore (Bobby Drake / Iceman) , Josh Helman (William Stryker) , Anna Paquin (Marie D’Ancanto / Rogue) , Daniel Cudmore (Piotr Rasputin / Colossus) , Omar Sy (Lucas Bishop / Bishop) , Fan Bingbing (Clarice Ferguson / Blink) , Adan Canto (Roberto da Costa / Sunspot) , Booboo Stewart (James Proudstar / Warpath) , Evan Jonigkeit (Mortimer Toynbee / Toad) , Famke Janssen (Jean Grey / Phoenix) , James Marsden (Scott Summers / Cyclops) , Kelsey Grammer (Hank McCoy / Beast) , Lucas Till (Alex Summers / Havok) , Mark Camacho (President Richard Nixon)

Directors: Bryan Singer

Writers: Matthew Vaughn, Simon Kinberg, Jane Goldman

Tags: 1970s, mutant, time travel, based on comic, superhuman, storm, political intrigue , extinction, beast, claws, aftercreditsstinger, changing the past or future

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