1. Jack Irish: Dead Point (2014): I'd call this the weakest of the three Jack Irish TV movies, but it's still a solid PI flick.
2. Non-Stop (2014): So, this looked like it was just going to be Taken-on-a-Plane, but it was way better than that. Surprised the hell out of me how into I was.
3. Son of Batman (2014): DC's latest animated film, and probably the one I liked the least. I really enjoyed Damian Wayne in the comics, but there's just something lost in translation. I also tend to get bored any time Deathstroke is invovled in anything, so there's that.
4. Deadly Blessing (1981): I watched this due to Gonadsgo69's recommendation, and was pretty well-entertained throughout. Ernest Borgnine with that Hittite beard was the best.
5. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014): Jim Kirk goes to work for Elliot Ness as a government agent sent to gather intel from Moscow. Kirck kicks crazy ass at times and yet, overall, this was pretty uninteresting.
6. Wolf Creek 2 (2013): We're brought back to the Australian outback where the killer from the first movie is still killing and, this time, dropping really bad one-liners. However, I just imagined it was Wolverine in Australia fucking with people and had a pretty good time with it.
7. Snowpiercer (2014): Captain America and his Howling Commandos need to work their way train car by train car to the engine of the train (the Snowpiercer in question) in order to get control of the train. I'm calling it Under Siege 2 meets The Raid meets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and it was pretty awesome. It's a whole ton of violence with oddly comedic parts, Battle Royale style.
8. Divorce Italian Style (1962): In Italy, it was (maybe still is?) illegal to get a divorce, so the lead character decides that the only way to be able to run off with his younger female cousin is to justifiably kill his wife while catching her in the act of adultery. Problem is, his wife is completely loyal to him, so: HIJINKS! This is a pretty fun satire.
9. Seduced and Abandoned (1964): The director's follow-up to Divorce Italian Style, this satire is about a daughter who gets down and dirty with her sister's fiancee. Equally funny as the previous movie.
10. Knights of Badassdom (2013): LARPers accidently summon a real live demon that goes about slaughtering LARPers. It was fun to see Steve Zahn again, and Peter Dinklage is great too. It's a pretty fun watch and has some decent gore.
11. Omar (2013): Palestinian freedom fighters have the government breathing down their necks, all while a love-triangle-ish story develops among them, and it is done extremely well. This was up for the foreign language Oscar last year, and totally deserved the nom.