Best Movies Of 2015
The Top 20 Movies of 2015
For 2015 best movies of the year there are so many and one cannot pick just one movie really. From action, comedy, family, drama, horror, and even romance the top 20 films of 2015 have only begun. If you are looking for some of the best movies of 2015 then, feast your eyes on them below. This list is compiled of some of the best movies released. It is sure to keep you on entertained for hours to come. So, if you want to know the scoop of what is the best and newest movies out there you have come to the right place.
Selma – Release Date – January 9th 2015
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 still legally desegregated the South, there was still much discrimination in certain areas which made it even more challenging for the blacks to vote. In an Alabama city no more than a year later in 1965, a fight for suffrage broke out. Although Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (David Oyelowo) and his followers were against violence they pressed on to an epic march that took place from Selma to Montgomery. In their efforts it forced President Lyndon Johnson to sign what is now known as the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Kingsmen The Secret Service: Release Date- February 12, 2015
A once in coming brilliant teenager who was attending a private school was kicked out for bad behavior, drugs, and his destructive attitude. Going down a bad path, Gary “Eggys” Unwin (Taron Egerton), Eggys was headed for the locked bars with the chance of life in prison until one man gave him a second chance. Harry Hart (Colin Firth) worked with Eggys father in a secret spy organization in the South of London. Harry saw something that no one else did in Eggys offering him the chance to become a trainee for the same secret service. With twists and turns along the way Eggys must go on the adventure of a lifetime, the training is grueling, and the requisition to pass is dangerous but, those who make it will have somewhere to call home.
Ex Machina: Release Date- April 24, 2015
One would believe that being a programmer for a huge internet company would be great, but Caleb Smith (Domhnall Glesson) would have to disagree. Caleb wins a company contest that allows him to spend an entire week at the private home of Nathan Bateman (Oscar Issac), the companies’ CEO. Caleb soon learns it is anything, but what he was hoping for when he discovers he is the human component for a Turing test to see the capabilities and consciousness of a female robot known as Ava (Alicia Vikander).
Avengers: Age of Ultron: Release Date: May 1, 2015
Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) should have thought twice before starting a dormant peacekeeping program, but he didn’t and things continue to go awry. With his ultimate decision to jump start the program it forces Tony, Thor (Christ Hemsworth) known as the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), and the Avengers gang to reassemble. Once again, the fate of the world hangs in the balance as the team is put through the ultimate test as they prepare to battle Ultron known as a technological terror out for only one thing, human extinction. As the gang go along on the journey they run into two very powerful newcomers known as Pietro and Wanda Maximoff. Will the gang be able to stop the end of the world before it is too late?
Mad Max: Fury Road: Release Date- May 15, 2015
Years have passed since the collapse of civilization and the Immortan Joe dominated the apocalypse survives within a desert fortress known as the Citadel. A warrior known as Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), was head of the despot’s five wives hoping to escape only to build an alliance with Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), who is a former captive from Citadel. Together in a massively heavy armored truck called the “War Rig”, the gang try to outrun the warlord and henchmen in a daring yet, dangerous chase through the Wasteland. Will they be able to escape?
Jurassic World: Release Date- June 12, 2015
Jurassic World is a resort off of the coast of Costa Rica, which happens to be home to some of the most vicious and intelligent genetically engineered dinosaurs in the world. One would have thought that dinosaurs would be extinct, but they have been genetically re-engineered. Now when one creature escapes all dinosaurs start running amok. It is up to one ex-military man (Chris Pratt) to stop it all. With his special skills he must save to brothers and the other tourists from an all-out assault. Can he do it and save those on the island?
Me and Earl and The Dying Girl: Release Date- June 12, 2015
Greg, a seventeen-year-old high school boy very outgoing finds himself a part of nearly every social group available in his Pittsburgh high school. Even still he has not made any friends not one in any of the social groups he is a part of. Greg’s mother soon forces him to become friends with a girl named Rachel who used to go to his Hebrew school and now has a grim life as she was diagnosed with leukemia.
Inside Out: Release Date- June 19,2015
Growing up on ice as a hockey lover eleven-year-old Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is about to have her world turned upside down. Her parents soon announce they will be moving to sunny San Francisco. As Riley is faced to deal with the reality of moving, Joy (Amy Poehler), Riley’s emotions, does her best to help her through this challenging time. Once they move to California stress brings in Sadness (Phyllis Smith). With Riley unable to deal with her emotions she sweeps Joy and Sadness from her mind leaving only Anger, Fear, and Disgust to surface. This is one of the best animations to help teach your child about their emotions.
Ant-man: Release Date- June 29, 2015
It is bad when you are forced out of your own company by a protégé known as Darren Cross and now Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) is forced to enlist Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), a recently released criminal. Lang has to become Ant-Man who is trained by none other than Pym and armored with a suit that will allow him to shrink, superhuman strength, and control other ants. Ant-Man (Scott Lang), has to stop Cross who is known as Yelllowjacket from finishing the same technology and using it only for evil.
Southpaw: Release Date- July 24, 2015
Billie “The Great” Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal), is about to know what happens with tragedy strikes. He is a junior middleweight boxing champion with a very impressive career, wife and daughter, living a lavish style, but that is about to change. Tragedy hits home and Billy hits bottom losing everyone and everything he loved around him. He quickly finds a savior in Tick Willis (Forest Whitaker) who is a former fighter that now trains the toughest amateur boxers. Billie’s future is on the line and he must fight to reclaim those he loves. Will he do it?
Mission Impossible 5 – Rogue Nation: Release Date- July 31, 2015
The IMF has been disbanded and Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is nowhere to be found when a new problem immerges known as the Syndicate. Syndicate is known as a highly skilled operative who’s only mission is to establish a new world order by causing a series of terrorist attacks. Even though this could be one of the most challenging missions ever, Ethan puts together his team and joins with IIsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), a British agent whose questionable reputation with the Syndicate is yet to be known.
Straight Outta Compton: Release Date- August 14, 2015
Based in 1988, a new group that revolutionizes the music and pop culture, will change hip-hop forever. N.W.A’s first ever album, “Straight Outta Compton”, sparks a controversy with its depiction of life from Southern Los Angeles. The band seeks out help form a veteran manager Jerry Heller and band members Ice Cube (O”Shea Jackson Jr.) Dr. Dre (Corey Hawkins), Mc Ren, Eazy-E, and DJ Yella soon climb to the top making their mark on history.
Sicario: Release Date- September 18, 2015
Having to prove herself in a male-dominated professional work, FBI agent Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) finally has earned a top assignment. Now being recruited by one of the government officials Matt Graver (Josh Brolin), Kate has decided to join the task force to stop the war against drugs. The team is led by none other than Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro) as they travel across the United States and Mexican border. In the process they use one cartel boss known as (Bernardo Saracino) to help catch the bigger and worst cartel boss (Julio Cesar Cedillo).
The Martian: Release Date-October 2, 2015
As the astronauts blast off from Mars, Mark Watney (Matt Damon) stays behind, now presumed dead after a terrible storm hit the planet. The problem is Mark is not dead and now must use his knowledge and what little supplies left to survive on such a hostile planet. All the while, members of NASA and his team on Earth work endlessly to find a way to bring him. Although his own crew are making plans at a risky rescue mission. It boils down to whether or not they get reach him again in time.
Crimson Peak: Release Date- October 16, 2015
Being torn between your family, a childhood friend, and a mysterious outside is difficult enough but, running from your past never helps anything. Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) has fallen in love with two men, one a childhood friend and the other a mysterious stranger she just met. Having to make a choice she quickly marries Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston), the mysterious stranger who takes her away from her past. Edith soon finds out living with her new husband and his sister, Lady Lucille Sharpie (Jessica Chastain) is anything but, normal. The home she has moved into is living, breathing, and bleeds haunted by ghosts.
Bridge of Spies: Release Date- October 16, 2015
At the brink of the Cold War, Soviet Union’s captured one of the United States pilots Francis Gary Powers after they shot down his U-2 spy plane. Francis was sentenced to 10 years in a Soviet Union prison, but there is hope for his release. New York lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks) was shortly recruited by a CIA operative in hopes of negotiating with the Soviets to release Powers. Donovan must travel to Berlin in hopes of offering a prisoner exchange with the Russians. He is willing to exchange Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance) once a convicted spa who Donovan defended. Now, will this end the way Donovan hopes or will everything go wrong?
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay pt2: Release Date- November 16, 2015
In the continuing saga of The Hunger Games comes Mockingjay Part 2 where Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) finally sees the stakes is much higher than just surviving. She teams up with her closest friends Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), Gale (Liam Hensworth), and Finnick to finally end Snow the President of the Capital and take back what is rightfully theirs. They must leave District 13 to finally liberate all the citizens from Panem and along the way have no choice, but to assassinate President Snow who happens to be quite obsessed with ending Katniss as well. It is the journey ahead that is unclear with the many traps and dangerous enemies will they be able to change the fate of the millions living in Panem?
Creed: Release Date- November 25, 2015
A famous boxing champion Apollo Creed who died before Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) was ever born left a legacy that will forever carry on in his son. Adonis finds boxing is in his blood and searches for Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) a retired champion and asks for his training. Rocky agrees to train him as he sees much of Apollo in him, but the question really remains if Adonis has the true heart of any fighter.
Macbeth: Release Date – December 4, 2015
Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) has murdered King Duncan (David Thewlis) to take his throne. Although, after the murder Macbeth becomes completely consumed in guilt along with paranoia as the new ruler of Scotland. The question is whether Macbeth can get over his guilt and paranoia to become a great ruler or will it forever consume him? That has yet to be seen, but only time will tell if he can truly be a great ruler of Scotland.
In the Heart of the Sea: Release Date- December 11, 2015
Based in 1820, aboard one of the New England vessels known as the Essex, crewmen (Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, Cillian Murphy) are in for a fight of their lives. A whale of mammoth size and strength begins a forceful attack that cripples he ship and leaves them scrabbling for the lifeboats. The crew is forced to their breaking points being forced to survive storms and starvation as the survivors must do the unthinkable to stay alive. Will this crew be able to outstand the forces of nature, the whale, and starvation to survive?
Star Wars: Episode VII: Release Date- December 18, 2015
Continuing the ever epic saga of Star Wars comes the now thirty years later Star Wars: The Force Awakens VII. The movie picks up thirty years after Han Solo (Harrison Ford) defeated the Galactic Empire. Now, Han Solo and his allies are faced with a new evil in the form of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) with his own army of the Stormtroopers. Will Han Solo be able to defeat Kylo on his own or will it take a great force to defeat this new evil?
The Hateful Eight – Release Date: December 25th 2015
Quentin Tarantino returns with another violent postmodern western, this time telling the story of an ever-expanding group of bounty hunters who struggle with trust issues as they trek through a blizzard in a journey up to Wyoming’s Red Rock. The aim of the trip is to escort prisoner Daisy Domergue to her murder trial but as the group expands along the way and tensions rise, deception and bad weather conditions make the goal seem more and more unattainable. Set in the period directly after the Civil War, the film looks set to share many generic themes with Tarantino’s pre-Civil War western Django Unchained.
The Revenant – Release Date: December 25th 2015
Taking place in 1820s America, explorer Hugh Glass finds himself in jeopardy after being chased and mauled by a bear while travelling through the unchartered wilderness. After being robbed and abandoned by the other men in his team, Glass must fight for survival as he realises that the chance he will make it through the winter alive is very slim. The film depicts his brutal 200-mile journey which he treks with the hope of exacting revenge on John Fitzgerald who was responsible for killing his son and leaving Glass for dead.