oscar_statuetteToday marks the final Flick Friday before the commencement of our annual Oscar countdown. What better time to take a moment, and reflect on the past year of film?

…I suppose, Oscar Sunday, that might be a better time…but what the hell, I’m feeling nostalgic. So, let’s do this. Flick Friday 2014 (and a little bit 2015) brought us some great stuff, a lot of great stuff. So, it might be hard to believe this, but not every movie makes it to that auspicious day. There simply aren’t enough Fridays to go around sometimes (more like all the time, the world needs more Fridays). So, as we reach the end of this film year, I thought I’d take a minute to acknowledge a few of the films that got away:

This one, managed to escape Flick Friday due to scheduling conflicts, but fortuitously and coincidentally is now up for best picture in a couple of weeks…so it will get its 2WC review after all:

Weird, but good, pretty much sums up one of Daniel Radcliffe’s latest. Plus, it’s on Netflix. Weird, good, and convenient, a winning combo:

Okay, this is technically a 2013 movie, but I saw it in 2014, so I’m counting it. It’s like Ocean’s Eleven, but with history. What’s not to love?

Okay, weird is also a good word for this one, and you’ll probably feel more than a little uneasy at the end of it, but I still highly recommend it:

…bi-daily smile…

Just because, this is awesome:


About Stephanie

I've been blogging since 2009 along with my twin sister Zer. Together we are 2WC. I blog. I run. I love books, theater, movies, optimism, Oxford commas, and caffeine.

Posted on February 6, 2015, in Film, Humor, Opinion, Randomness, Thoughts. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m thinking Bayside grads are hitting the ‘roids from that reunion photo…

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