10 Best Movies of 2014

From a growing boy to a gone girl, the top films of the year hit hardest by going rogue

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8. 'Unbroken'

Here's a stirring love letter from director Angelina Jolie to Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner who found his courage sorely tested in a Japanese POW camp. Jack O'Connell as Louis and Miyavi as his sadistic guard are both superb, but it's Jolie who took a story Hollywood ignored for decades, got it done and made it resonate.

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