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The year end post - 2014

Wait, what? Year end post? Is it just me or did time just fly this year? For all practical purposes 2014 was supposed to be my year, at least in my head. 2,461 more words


LIST: My 20 Favorite Songs of 2014

All year, I keep track of my favorite music and now that it’s mid-December, I’m ready to share with you what made the cut for my favorites of the year. 301 more words


The 7 Best Albums of 2014 That You May Not Have Heard

Everywhere’s doing their end of year lists. This is important, because how else will we know what the best album of 2014 was?

I used to do this myself, but I stopped when I realised a few things: 1,730 more words


The 15 Most Influential Fictional Characters of 2014

Welcome to TIME’s ranking of the onscreen figures that made the biggest impact on the news and our lives this year, for better and sometimes for worse. 6 more words

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When 2014 is reflected upon in a few years, the character of Amy Dunne and what she symbolises about today's society, is one that is going to be remembered without a doubt. "In this age of seeing helicopter, ego stroking, high self-esteem parenting, where a specific, defining image of a child is plastered on the walls from the get go, where no boundaries are set and given a rude awakening when they reach the real world, building children up so unrealistically high, that is just a disaster waiting to happen in every shopping centre and on television, Amy Dunne is a nightmarish wake up call to the world, hitting us over the head with a question mark about why we place so much stock in completely unhealthy levels of self-esteem. " - My review of Gone Girl (http://monumentalpictures.wordpress.com/2014/09/30/gone-girl-2014/) "I think we are living in a narcissism epidemic. We’re encouraged to share our lives in a way that is presented as fun. But what it really means is that we end up editing them – we want to make it seem that we are more enviable, and having a better time, and going to more amazing parties than all our friends are. If you watch people taking photographs of each other now, you see that everyone is aware of the cameras in the room and everyone is aware of how they want to be seen, and immediately thinks, “Quick, change my expression, I don’t want to make that face for the camera.” But if you look at old albums from your parents’ or grandparents’ generation, there’s an amazing candour in people’s faces you just don’t get these days." - Rosamund Pike

My Favorites...2014...Coming Soon

Can you believe we’re almost  through with 2014? It’s nearly gone, my friends. And like all of you know, that means music, movie, book, etc obsessives like myself will be pouring over their favorite things of 2014 and compiling massive lists for the masses to completely ignore because they will already be bombarded with plenty of massive year-end lists from all those big names like Pitchfork, Spin, Rollingstone, Paste, and Reader’s Digest. 611 more words


David Ehrlich's top 25 films of 2014

That hotly anticipated annual event has finally arrived – David Ehrlich’s top 25 video. Always superbly edited and offering up an eclectic mix of films, Ehrlich’s videos promise, at the least, to be an exhilarating film experience, and always simultaneously make me want to make a countdown video of my own and never attempt one. 31 more words


Mr. Skin's Top Nude Scenes Of 2014 And Worst Puns

It’s that time of year again, when Mr. Skin puts out his list of the top nude scenes of 2014, and everyone at FilmDrunk HQ puts on our monocles and pulls out our magnifying glasses to double check their work. 610 more words

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