1. The Walk
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    The story and the visuals (especially when viewed in 3D) are remarkable.
  2. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
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    A horror comedy that keeps you laughing throughout.
  3. 5 to 7
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    This story of love and the moments of life is phenomenal.
  4. Youth
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    The visuals and music make this film a piece of art.
  5. Digging For Fire
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    Another earthy Swanberg film that shows you don't need a ton of scripting to carry a story.
  6. While We're Young
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    A Baumbach film that shows life from two different angles.
  7. A Christmas Horror Story
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    While not the greatest film, there's definitely creep factor to this twisted look at the holidays.
  8. Mistress America
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    Another Baumbach film that shows the current generation's trouble with finding ourselves.
  9. Sleeping With Other People
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    A great modern love story involving two friends who need each other.
  10. Chappie
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    While this movie is universally hated, you can't deny the ingenious story idea of the first AI and its journey of self-discovery.