Film critics make "Best of the Year" list every single year, but time makes fools of us all, and five years later we've changed, the world's changed, and sometimes - in unexpected ways - the films change.
That's why this week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are revisiting their picks for the Best Films of 2014, re-examining how they feel about those movies, and revealing which films got better (or worse) over time, to come up with a brand new list!
Also this week, Bibbs and Witney review a whole bunch of new releases, including J.C. Chandor's "Triple Frontier," the sci-fi thriller "Captive State," the animated kids fantasy "Wonder Park," the classic Rastafarian crime drama "Babylon," the brand-ew Rastafarian crime drama "Yardie" (directed by Idris Elba!), the quirky fiberoptic heist drama "The Hummingbird Project," and the acclaimed, nearly four-hour drama "An Elephant Sitting Still!"
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