This year’s list was hard to make up, more for deciding what would go where, rather than what would make the list. A few of them will probably feature on a lot of Top 10 lists this year, one or two definitely won’t. It has been a good year for films though, and there were a fair few that could have made the list, which I will mention at the end, but there were some that surprised me with how much I would enjoy them.
And so the list is:
10. Moonrise Kingdom
Wes Anderson’s adorable and a little eccentric comedy about young love is easily one of the loveliest and funniest films of the year. It is so odd, it’s almost genius, and the kids that play the leads, Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward, are excellent.
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