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The Best Films of 2014

Now we come to one of my favorite times of the year! It is time to countdown the best films of 2014! I kind of felt a little like a slouch this year for not being able to see any of the big films for 2014 one of which is Interstellar that still kills me I didn’t get to watch. But after looking at the Oscar Season and lack luster feel of 2014, I feel like I didn’t really miss much so if there is some extra special omissions this year, I apologize. 2015 you will find me at the movies a lot more frequently. But for now we will look at the Best Films that I reviewed on Tanner Reviews.

Keep in mind if the intro did not give it away, these are films that I have personally reviewed for 2014. There may have been a film that was the Citizen Kane or Plan 9 from Outer Space of our generation this year, but if I didn’t see it and review it then sadly it cannot make the list. With that said, let’s have a look at the Top 5 and an honorable mention. Continue reading “The Best Films of 2014”

Tanner Reviews The Purge: Anarchy

The_Purge_–_Anarchy_PosterNow this is what I’m talking about! Last year I saw The Purge. A rather crappy home invasion movie with a really good concept of everything being legal for a twelve-hour period of time in which basically the only thing you can’t do is set off a nuke or kill political figures. A year ago I said that this would be a great movie if they didn’t focus on some suburban family and focused more on what was going on outside in the country… Damn it, they listened to the advice of the people calling for this and gave it to us and I have to say that it did not disappoint in the slightest. The low-budget/high thrills action film about a city devolving into complete anarchy and  directed by James DeMonaco has proven to be a far better movie to its predecessor. Continue reading “Tanner Reviews The Purge: Anarchy”