2015: My year in movies. Or, phew — that’s a lot of butt sitting.

2015 year in review collageAnother year, another list of movies that make me feel better about just sitting around watching movies all the time. Quite a crop this year. But I put this together to 1) see what I’ve forgotten about over the past 12 months (there’s a lot, I can’t lie) and 2) to remind myself what I liked and didn’t like now that the Awards Season Onslaught is upon us.

Here’s my regular-ol’ list of film:

Joy
Concussion
The Big Short
Sisters
The Force Awakens
In the Heart of the Sea
Victor Frankenstein
Creed
The Night Before
Spectre
Suffragette
Our Brand is Crisis
Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Bridge of Spies
Freeheld
He Named Me Malala
Pan
The Martian
The Intern
Everest
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
Black Mass
The Visit
American Ultra
Straight Outta Compton
The End of the Tour
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Southpaw
Paper Towns
Trainwreck
Ant-Man
The Gallows
Amy
Magic Mike XXL
Terminator: Genisys
Max
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Mortdecai
Inside Out
Jurassic World
San Andreas
Pitch Perfect 2
Mad Max: Fury Road
Far from the Maddening Crowd
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Age of Adaline
Ex Machina
Unfriended
True Story
Beyond the Reach
Woman in Gold
Cinderella (2015)
Frozen Fever (short film)
Run All Night
Unfinished Business
The Lazarus Effect
She Makes Comics
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water
Black Sea
American Sniper
The Wedding Ringer
I, Frankenstein

And then there’s 2015’s #31in31, which includes a few new-to-2015 films along with the usual Netflix-fodder:
(just listing the movies)

Hotel Transylvania 2
Knights of Badassdom
The Monster Squad
Woman in Black 2
The Final Girls
The Club
Icetastrophe
VHS Viral
Leprechaun: Origins
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil
Knock ’em Dead
Sleepy Hollow
Children of the Corn
Wyrmwood
The Babadook
Crimson Peak
Zombeavers
Day of the Dead
The Last Witch Hunter
A Place of One’s Own
Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut
Late Phases
Dark Was the Night
Re-Animator
Tales of Halloween
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

TOTAL: 88

Just like last year!  Coincidence?  Nah.  But it makes me chuckle.

Happy 2016, everyone!

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