The Best Films of 2015 – Brad Jones

Brad Jones counts down his top 10 favorite movies of 2015.

About thecinemasnob

Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past.

10 comments

  1. Really “The Revenant” at 4? I wouldn’t put in my top 20 of 2015, the fight with bear was good( mostly because i’m impressed by how they made this scene so realistic). The rest are just 2 hours a boring mingle-mangle of “Dances with Wolves” and “Die Hard” without good(or any) dialogue.

  2. I do hope Pan tops your Worst Films of 2015 list Brad.

    • Nah he has to make room for all of those Christian movies, which I’m sure are going to take a good chuck of those spots. Though I’m sure we all know what his number 1 is.

  3. One of the few lists I’ve seen that doesn’t have Star Wars in it.

  4. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    I say you’ll probably get a lot of essays of why star wars the force awakens wasn’t even on this list(which thank heavens it wasn’t cause that flick was kinda overrated) still an awesome list and I totes agree with your number one choice!!!!!!

  5. YAY! I’ve been WAITING for this! Yay! My best films of 2015 were:

    1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
    2. Avengers: Age of Ultron
    3. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
    4. Maze Runner 2
    5. Ant-Man
    6. Inside Out
    7. Jurassic World
    8. Cinderella
    9. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
    10. Victor Frankenstein

    LOL. I like how different our lists were. I can’t wait to see your worst. I have a feeling that it will be longer… 😀

  6. Heh, I still need to see a few of those… others aren’t really my kind of movie so I think I’ll give them a pass, but I do hear good things about all those you mentioned.

  7. Mad Max #1 because Genndy Tartakovsky storyboarded the tornado scene

  8. I think The Gift was the only movie I saw last year that I wasn’t pissed off about spending money on. Jason Bateman doesn’t get nearly enough credit for his roles that aren’t comedic; he’s a terrific actor in dramatic roles.

    Sicario bored me, but Emily Blunt is more versatile than I’ve given her credit for in the past.

    I STRONGLY regret not seeing It Follows in theaters. I ended up watching the DVD twice in a row just so I could go back and look at it again, and the details on the second viewing that I failed to miss the first time through made it even better the second time.

    Never heard of Cop Car but it sounds like fun.

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