YAM’s Top Films of 2014

#1 – Gone Girl


This year, the YAM Magazine team decided to crown Fincher’s Gone Girl, joining previous First-Round YAM Favorites Midnight in Paris (2011), The Avengers and Moonrise Kingdom for 2012, and Gravity (2013). Will the film be able to reign supreme and join the Redux YAM Favorites Drive (2011), Moonrise Kingdom (2012), and Gravity (2013), the last two which were able to hold on to their reigning spots.

So this is it, you guys. Another year gone by, another round of early voting for films. Remember, in a few months we will all have watched a lot more films and got our voting together once again. Once again, look forward to our Top Films of 2014 Redux.

Hope you get to discover a film or two! Did we miss any movie? What were your favorite movies of 2014?

4 Responses

  1. Glad to see Haider made the top 10! I’m still not sure how I feel about some things towards the last act, but there were so many powerful scenes!

    • Amy says:

      I’m ecstatic! I actually like the last act enough, I wish I had a better build up of Haider and see more of his relationship with his parents, especially with his father to make me believe his bond could be strong enough to trump his mother’s. Except for Ghazala, everyone sorta feels like a check-up list of characters. Think I’m gonna prioritize that review xD

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