Best films of 2015
From Hollywood blockbusters to low budget independent films, 2015 has seen the release of some truly great movies.
With the year drawing to a close, now’s the perfect time to take a look back at some of the best films of the year.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Opening to rave reviews across the board, the new instalment of this sci fi epic has audiences around the world on the edge of their seats.
Guaranteed to go down in history as one of the biggest films of all time, Star Wars: The Force Awakens features many of the original cast as well as a whole host of new and established famous faces.
A Syrian Love Story
A compelling documentary about a family of Syrian refugees in Europe, this captivating documentary, by filmmaker Sean McAllister, gives the audience an important insight into the on going migrant crisis.
Giving a name, a face and a story to a group of people often demonised in the media, this film is a must see for 2015.
Mad Max Fury Road
The story, acting and insight of Mad Max Fury Road
may not be much to write home about, but the special effects, filmography and action scenes are second to none.
Action packed, adrenaline pumping and incredible to look at, this film is the perfect choice for viewers looking to liven up a sleepy Sunday afternoon and enjoy a bit of escapism.
Created by Pixar, this 3D animation offers viewers a unique insight into the worries, hopes and fears of a young girl.
Featuring five personified emotions – Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust, the film takes viewers deep into the protagonist’s mind as she adjusts to life in a new town. A unique approach to story telling, this engrossing, charming and funny film is perfect for kids and parents alike.
Featuring some fantastic performances and great script writing, the story of Selma is based on real events that tool place in Selma, Alabama in 1965.
A pivotal time in the American Civil Rights Movement, the incidents featured in this unforgettable film helped African Americans to gain the human rights that they were entitled to and shaped the face of modern America in the process.
If this has got you in the mood to pop some popcorn and indulge in a film marathon, why not load up Netflix on your tablet computer or laptop, put your phone on silent and enjoy some quality cinema.