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Films of 2014 Supercut is Gorgeous


By Bill O'Sullivan
16th Dec 2014
Films of 2014 Supercut is Gorgeous

Ben Affleck in Gone Girl.

Every year, Little White Lies editor and journalist David Ehrlich releases a video list of the best films of 2014, in his opinion. We certainly haven’t seen all 25 in the list, and even though Ehrlich doesn’t review each individual one, his stunning supercut has us scheduling some time to watch each and every one of them.

The list in full is as follows:

25 Lucy

24 We Are the Best

23 Timbuktu

22 Selma

21 Love is Strange

20 Listen up Philip

19 Godzilla

18 Starred Up

17 Why Don’t You Play In Hell

16 Mommy

15 Babadook

14 Palo Alto

13 Ida

12 Adieu Au langage

11 Boyhood

10 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

9 Force Majeure

8 God Help the Girl

7 The Double

6 Only Lovers Left Alive

5 Gone Girl

4 Nymphomaniac

3 Under the Skin

2 Inherent Vice

1 The Grand Budapest Hotel

Do you agree with David’s list of the best films of 2014? What would you have picked at number one?

@NiallMacSuain