Life after graduating from college for Will and Jillian isn’t going at all to plan as they struggle to find the right job and must learn quickly about the real world.
After the events of Insurgent Tris and Four must decide where their future lies. The only option they see is eventually climbing over the wall to see what is on the other side, leaving Chicago behind for the very first time.
This has been a really difficult list to put together this year as initially picking my best films from 2015 I had 17 in contention to make my top 10, which I think is very surprising but also pleasing to know that I actually enjoyed and liked a lot of films in 2015. It was rather difficult to narrow it down and I am sure this could have seen the films changed around depending on when I completed the list. Something which I am thinking having a running ranking system for 2016.
Didn’t manage to make the top 10 but were very close . . . Inside Out, Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Lady in the Van, Suffragette, Ricki and the Flash, The Martian, The Lobster.
So here we go my top 10 films of 2015 . . .
Tris must live and deal with her actions from the first film, the death of her parents and killing a friend. She struggles to understand why everything is happening to her, will she get any answers before it’s too late?
A determined young drummer is pushed to the limits when gets in the studio band at the prestigious music academy.
The world is split into five factions which are based on virtues, at a certain age people must pick which faction they believe they fit into. This is often helped by the test taken the day before. Not that simple for Tris when she learns that she does not actually fit in and discovers she is a divergent. She must battle to survive as divergents are being found and killed off.
It’s Jeff Chang’s 21st birthday and his two best friends from high school decide to take him on a night he won’t ever forget, shame it’s the night before a big interview about his future at medical school.
Ren MacCormack moves to a small town where public dancing and playing loud music have been banned. Obviously coming from Boston he does not understand the small town mentally behind all of this and vows to change things.