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List of 2014 Drama Films

2014 brought us some pretty heavy hitting drama, we'd particular suggest Gone Girl or Leviathan for some hard 2014 grit.

List Of 2014 Comedy Films

Not nearly the funniest, but we'd highly recommend Wes Anderson's superb 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'. If you're after an out and out knee-slapper it would have to be the comedy chaos of 'Chef'.

Best Drama Movies 2014

From cynical Irish social dramedy 'Calvary' to frankly stressful character study 'Whiplash', 2014 was a great year for drama. Feel free to use this list as a springboard for why you loved/ hated 'Boyhood'!

2014 U.S Sundance Movies

The finest indie cinema of 2014, hand-picked by the Sundance panel themselves. Includes pitch-black Irish social commentary 'Calvary' and simply indescribable so-indie-it-hurts comedy 'Frank'. Pick a flick and keep yourself in the loop!

Movies Like Zodiac: Modern Whodunit Mysteries

Whether they follow a more traditional pattern, like the newly released Mr Holmes, or tend towards the grittier side of things, like 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo', the whodunit mysteries in this collection prove the genre's charms have not diminished with time.

'Movies Like Calvary': Reflective Catholic Movies

A truly eclectic collection, these films are bound by the question of what it means to be a Catholic; some celebrate the church, some denounce it, but all offer food for thought.

'Britsters (Brit + Hipsters)': Modern British Indie

The ever-modest British have been quietly churning out quality independent dramas for some time now. Enjoy the very best of them, including recent musical number "God Help the Girl' (with Cassie from Skins!), and critically acclaimed coming-of-age story 'Wild Bill'.

Brendan Gleeson Crime/Comedy

Irreverant, gruff, and Irish to the bone - most know Brendan Gleeson from his collaborations with John Michael McDonagh, but his filmography has plenty more to offer in the form of lesser known Irish independent gems such as 'Perrier's Bounty' and 'I Went Down'.

'Brits Get Grit': British Social Realism

Ever since Dickens, the Brits have had a fascination with the social realist aesthetic: unflinching, unromanticized portrayals of working class life. Enjoy the best examples of this gritty genre from 1990 onwards (and check out our 'Kitchen Sink Classics' for the movement's progenitor).

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