Film Pulse’s Highest Reviewed Movies of 2014

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2014 was a great time for movies, and throughout the next week we’ll be rolling out our top (and maybe bottom) films of the year. We reviewed 272 films films this year- some were amazing, some were solid, and others…not so much. While some films like Boyhood aren’t big surprises, I wouldn’t have expected to see X-Men: Days of Future Past on this list, even though I thought it was a solid film.

To kick off our year in review, here are the highest and lowest reviewed films on the site in 2014:

Mood Indigo dir. Michel Gondry
Score: 10
Reviewed by: Kevin Rakestraw

The Raid 2 dir. Gareth Evans
Score: 10
Reviewed by: Adam Patterson

Life Itself dir. Steve James
Score: 10
Reviewed by: Adam Patterson

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‘Mood Indigo’

X-Men Days of Future Past dir. Bryan Singer
Score: 9.5
Reviewed by: Ernie Trinidad

The Tale of Princess Kaguya dir. Isao Takahata
Score: 9.5
Reviewed by: Joshua Spielman

Nightcrawler dir. Dan Gilroy
Score: 9.5
Reviewed by: Ernie Trinidad

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‘Night Crawler’

Nothing Bad Can Happen dir. Katrin Gebbe
Score: 9
Reviewed by: Kevin Rakestraw

National Gallery dir. Frederick Wiseman
Score: 9
Reviewed by: Kevin Rakestraw

The Lego Movie dir. Phil Lord and Chris Miller
Score: 9
Reviewed by: Adam Patterson

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‘Nothing Bad Can Happen’

Boyhood dir. Richard Linklater
Score: 9
Reviewed by: Adam Patterson

The Double dir. Richard Ayoade
Score: 9
Reviewed by: Kevin Rakestraw

Stay tuned for more coverage in our year-end wrap-up including our lowest rated reviews, individual top tens and more.