As 2015 comes to a close, it is time to look back on the year’s most memorable aspects. From new song and album releases to captivating movies, 2015 has definitely been a year of hits. Movies play a formative role in society, serving served as a great tool of entertainment, while also leaving lasting impressions. Here are the top ten movies of 2015.
Let’s be honest; it is almost impossible to narrow the films of the year to just ten. However, some have stood out more than others. The genres of these movies range from family fun, action and adventure, and sci-fi. The movies presented in this article are not ranked but are rather ten movies that were highly talked about and remembered this year. Also keep in mind these do not include the movies coming out around Christmas.
Up first is the children and family film, Inside Out. Pixar’s masterpiece was not only able to capture the hearts of kids but even teens and adults! Inside Out ended up breaking the record for opening weekend for an original film, earning $90.44 million over its debut frame. The movie contained the perfect balance of comedy, heartfelt moments, action sequences, and visually stunning animations. The film also executes such creative ideas, leaving us to feel for the characters and almost even seeing a bit of ourselves in each personality.
Another children and family motion picture that many enjoyed this year was Disney’s Cinderella. This new version of Cinderella grabbed a lot of attention due the movie’s magical costumes, effects, and screenplay. For this remake, the creators did a marvelous job of sticking to the original story line while still adding new features and laughs.
Next is Fast and Furious 7. With action-packed scenes comes an entertaining and fun film to watch. With each Fast and Furious movie attempting to top the previous one, the series is able to continually entertain all audiences. Clearing the elephant in the room, Fast and Furious 7 was the first out of the series to affect people emotionally. The most notable moment in the entire film was the send-off to Paul Walker, who tragically died in a car accident in 2013. The film ended with a montage of Walker in the previous six films, finishing with just two words, “For Paul”.
Other action, adventure, and sci-fi films included in the top ten are: