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5 Movies Worth Watching in 2015

5 Movies Worth Watching in 2015

You may have watched all popular movies like Minions or Spectre in 2015. But who knows, just in case you have unknowingly missed some movies, read on and find out.

The Revenant

Based on The Revenant, a novel by Michael Punke, the movie features Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. The movie portrays a professional hunting team working in the freezing wilds. Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) suffered a serious injury due to an unruly bear attack. His team betrayed him, killed his son, and left him freeze to death. The western thriller movie, directed by Alejandro G. Inarritu, reveals Hugh’s survival as he was left alone in the brink of life and death.

Chappie

Based on a short film, Tetra Vaal, the sci-fi movie features Hugh Jackman, Yolandi Visser, Dev Patel, and Sigourney Weaver. Neill Blomkamp, who directed the filming, brings us to the future time when, in the story, police officers used mechanized robots as front liners. A company was designated to create the software, manufacture, and perform the maintenance of the police robots. A broken police droid got a new programming, allowing him to think unexpectedly and feel like a human does. Due to the office competition of the programmers, spiced up with government policy thing, the police droid was chased.

Spy

Paul Feig directed the action comedy movie, featuring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne, and Miranda Hart.The film centers on Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy), a CIA analyst. She had already had field training as an agent, but her work required her to sit and use a computer instead of a gun. She was the guardian angel of Bradley Fine (Jude Law) as he was running and firing bad guys on the field. In one operation, Bradley just disappeared that Susan wanted to find him on her own. From then on, the unexpected truth came up one after another.

Cinderella

Kenneth Branagh has done such an excellent job in directing the life actions of Cinderella. Walt Disney released the animated film of Cinderella in the 1950s, so there is not much to expect regarding the romance storyline, to be honest. But again, Kenneth Branagh has led Lily James, Cate Blanchett, and Richard Madden brilliantly that the animated film becomes so alive and real. Supported with excellent wardrobe and sets, the movie is enjoyable as well for adults.

Fifty Shades of Grey

You may or may not have watched the romance thriller movie. The novel, which is an erotic romance, had received its critics and reviews far before the film was released. As expected, Sam Taylor-Johnson did not turn the novel into real pictures and ruin novel readers’ imagination. However, as tricky as always of creating the movie of a novel, Fifty Shades of Grey can be a disappointment or else an accomplishment. Anyway, what’s not to watch when Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are on the display most of the time. Both of you will like it, just make sure no kids around.