The movies below are basically the best Non-Horror movies that we saw in 2015.
- Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller, Mystery, and Comic Book flicks only.
- No Drama, no Comedy.
- We've included 5 "Dishonorable Mentions" at the bottom.
To put it lightly, it looked a risky venture for Marvel.
As risky as it may have been though, Ant-Man ended up being a fun, funny, and exciting addition to the MCU. Much like Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man was immensely enjoyable, mainly because it blended humor and Superhero action together so well. We'll be anxiously awaiting the sequel for this one.
|MAD MAX: FURY ROAD|
We'll be honest and say that this movie is less of a Mad Max story, and more of a tale of Furiosa, but Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron made for one hell of an ass-kicking duo, no matter whose story it truly was. Check out our review below for the full scoop.
|MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION|
You just can't bruise the Cruise.
There had better be an Oscar nod for him when Awards Season comes around, or there is no justice.
|STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON|
If you grew up in the 80's like we did, then you know just how big N.W.A. was, and how important they were to music. At least Hip-Hop. Watching this movie was like looking back in time, and reliving those days all over again. Excellent movie, excellent cast, and an absolute killer soundtrack.
|THESE FINAL HOURS|
We expected These Final Hours to be an interesting Pre-Apocalyptic Thriller, but we did not expect it to fuck with our heads the way that it did. It's a simple story about a guy looking after a little girl during the last hours of humanity, but it's also about something far deeper. All we'll say is that the ending left us in shreds. Fucking shreds.
If you like bleak, gritty Crime Thrillers, then you should definitely seek this one out.
Avengers: Age of Ultron, Creed, Faults, The Hateful Eight, Jurassic World, Kingsman, Reckless, Spectre, and White God were all great movies in their own right, and also deserve a shout out.
|STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS|
I could write a thesis paper on the issues that this movie had, but who cares what I have to say; Disney and all involved are going to make BILLIONS from TFA, its sequels, and the merchandising. Which was the whole point from the beginning.
|JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS|