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  1. Transformers: Age of Extinction - Michael Bay
    Never agreed with the criticism that this was Oscar bait.
  2. Billboard Dad - Alan Metter
    Passport to Paris is awesome but Alan really found his voice with Billboard Dad. Kind of dark, but with heart.
  3. Beverly Hills Cop II - Tony Scott
    This should be everyone's screenwriting education. Character based story, complex relationships and three dimensional female characters, what's not to like? Déjà Vu is a close second, but wow, Eddie Murphy's best performance to date save Norbit.
  4. Leprechaun - Tim Garrick
    Visually stunning, compelling, use of the form is INSANE here. Behaving Badly is good too, but Leprechaun holds a special place in my heart. Warwick Davis fucking killed in this film.
  5. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives - Tom McLoughlin
    Watch this once a year and see how your perspective has changed. Honorary mentions: She's Too Young, Fab Five: Texas Cheerleader Scandal
  6. Avatar: The Last Airbender - James Cameron
    If Cassavetes and Jim Jarmusch had a baby it would be this film. Truly inspired.