|Honorable Mention: Man of Steel|
Is this movie too dark for a Superman movie? Yes. Does it feel like DC can't do movies without trying to make it feel like it's The Dark Knight trilogy? At times, yes. But by God, this movie felt like it was a Superman movie. The scope of it was great, the characters were solid, and I enjoyed all of the action in this movie. Every battle felt like it was a grand battle between titans, and it showed. Hell, I even think that the ending was a justified and fascinating turn for the character. I know people despise this movie for its ending, but I thought that it was a strong emotional point that shows that sometimes, in order to save millions, a person has to do the unthinkable. It says a lot for how it takes a classic icon that people deemed "too much of a boy scout" and staying true to those roots while at the same time saying that Superman will always be the symbol of truth, justice, and the American way, and he will defend everyone on Earth no matter the cost. I do think the movie is a bit dark towards the beginning and is missing the charm that the Christopher Reeve's movies had, but that's why we have an honorable mention slot. It's a very flawed movie, and I can see why people would hate it, but I personally thought it was a great superhero movie.
|Number 10: Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues|
To see why this movie is so classy, click here for the original review.
|Number 9: Oz the Great and Powerful|
|Number 8: Evil Dead|
|Number 7: Pacific Rim|
|Number 6: Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters|
|Number 5: Gravity|
To drift off into space, click here for my original review of Gravity.
|Number 4: Frozen|
To see which songs melt my icy heart, stop and read the original Frozen review here
|Number 3: The Wolf of Wall Street|
To see why vice and sin are so damn fun, read the original review here
|Number 2: The Counselor|
But in the end, there can only be one movie. No one will agree with it, but it's the truth. Please hold your rage.
|Number 1: Spring Breakers|