10 great movies from 2015

The list of great movies released in 2015 looks more or less identical to the one that ended up being nominated in the 2016 Academy Awards, but that doesn’t mean it’s a perfect year for films.

In fact, it’s pretty bleak.

This year’s list looks to be one of the worst of all time.

There are a few notable exceptions to this trend.

The year’s best indie films, which included The Danish Girl and The Little Mermaid, didn’t make the cut.

They had some strong performances, and were worthy of awards consideration, but their story lines were lackluster, and the story was too heavy handed for their own good.

Still, these films were worthy and deserve recognition.

That doesn’t excuse their lack of inclusion in the best movies list, however.

Some of the films on this year’s slate had some interesting ideas that managed to combine both the horror and romance genres.

The French film The End Of The Beginning, starring Daniel Craig, explored a dystopian future where the world is a ghost town with the government keeping people in their homes and the world running on machines.

In this dystopian world, it appears as if the only way to survive is to become a ghost.

This is the premise of the film, and it was fun, but the ending felt too much like a gimmick, as if it had been designed to appease the audience’s need for some more horror.

The ending also felt like it was designed to be more satisfying than the film itself, rather than an attempt to tell a true story.

Another great movie was the romantic comedy, The Wedding Plan.

This film, based on a true tale, stars Jennifer Aniston, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and James Marsden, who starred in the movie alongside Will Smith and Jason Statham.

It follows two people who are married and have a baby on the other side of the country.

In the film’s title, it means that they are going to get married and get married again.

This premise, however, was poorly executed.

The film was also heavily focused on a couple’s relationship and their relationship to each other, and while that is important, it was also left out of the movie’s story.

The only way for us to know for sure that the movie was going to be a story about two people is if they actually married, and if they are still together.

It feels like a bit of a stretch for a movie to focus on a relationship and its relationship to the birth of their child and to focus so much on the birth.

The plot of the story is interesting, but it felt too contrived to have the audience be completely invested in it.

The Wedding plan was also a bit much.

It felt like the film was trying to be both a romantic comedy and a horror film.

While it was enjoyable to watch, it felt like a rushed, rushed movie.

Overall, the 2016 Oscars were one of those years where movies were not considered worthy of inclusion until the end of the year.

It’s difficult to take awards as a given for a reason.

The fact that they ended up taking a few of the best films of the decade is indicative of how bad the year was for movies in general, and even for those that were nominated.

The Oscars were also one of only a few years that were filled with films that had no Oscar nominations.

This makes it even more disappointing that many of the awards for best picture went to films that never got nominated.

While some of the movies on the 2016 list were not terrible, many of them were forgettable.

In some cases, these forgettable films may have made for better films in other years.