This last look at the best films of 2014 will change your life. Or at least help you discover a fun place to hang out on the internet.
MostlyFilm is coming home – and just in time for Christmas. Today we devote ourselves to our first love. These are mostly the best films of 2014.
On this gloomy Monday, MostyFilm is here to pleasure your ears. This is the best music of 2014. By the time you’ve finished reading – and listening – to this, your headphones will be twice as much fun as they are now.
We’re bathing in the glow of TV static at MostlyFilm right now. On Wednesday we delivered the last word on this year’s Doctor Who. And today, four of our most squared-eyed scribes are here to tell you more about the telly in 2014. Here is what you should have been watching…
Niall Anderson takes delivery of foodie Indian romcom The Lunchbox
Asghar Farhadi directed A Separation, one of the best films of the decade so far. His new film is called The Past. Ron Swanson thinks it is the work one of the the greatest filmmakers working today. You need to read what he says, and then see the film.
We wrap up our look ahead to the next twelve months with Indy Datta’s most anticipated science fiction films of the year.
The hot MostlyFilm on 2014 action continues as Philip Concannon looks ahead to his most anticipated films of the year.
Over the next few posts, we’ll be looking ahead at some of the films that we’re keenest to see this year. On Friday, Philip Concannon will be taking an auteur-centric look at his most anticipated arthouse and festival fare, but today we kick off with the literally inimitable Ron Swanson, and his preview of the best in American movies coming up in the next 12 months.