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Girls On Film’s Top 2014 Films

Goodbye 2014. Thank you for the following:

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1. Starred Up (David Mackenzie)

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2. The Babadook (Jennifer Kent)

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3. Pride (Matthew Warchus)

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4. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

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5. Mr Turner (Mike Leigh)mr-turner

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1. Boyhood (Richard Linklater)

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2. Gone Girl (David Fincher)

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3. Pride (Matthew Warchus)

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4. Mommy (Xavier Dolan)

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5. How To Train Your Dragon 2 (Dean DeBlois)

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OUR NUMBER 1 CINEMA THIS YEAR:

THE LEXI

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…And thank you for being the wonderful year that birthed GIRLS ON FILM! May the new year bring many more exciting films, new talent, more daring themes and story lines that challenge us to think differently. Thank you to the wonderful cinemas on offer in our city that work to stay relevant in an increasingly home viewing-focused time, and anyone who deigned to glance at our reviews this year.

H&A <3

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