Saturday, December 9, 2023

Podcast: Top 3 Overlooked Movies of 2014

This week on the InSession Film Podcast, we continue our adventure of looking back at 2014 and on Episode 95 we look at our favorite overlooked movies of the year. Every year, especially from a general audience standpoint, there’s a bunch of small indie films that fall through the cracks that are superb movies but unfortunately are overlooked by audiences. So, our lists this week are devoted to talking about those films and why people should be sure to check them out.

That being said, what overlooked movies of 2014 would make your list? Here are the one’s that made ours (Keep in mind we all have different criteria for our lists as well):


1) Calvary / Locke
2) Blue Ruin
3) Ida


1) Enemy
2) The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby
3) Begin Again

Honorable Mentions (Combined)

The Babadook, In Your Eyes, What If, Veronica Mars, Under the Skin, Nymphomaniac, Edge of Tomorrow, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Frank, Le Week-End, Mistaken for Strangers, Only Lovers Left Alive, We Are the Best!, Starred Up, Lone Survivor, The Rover, The One I Love, White Bird in a Blizzard, The Raid 2, Predistination, As It Is In Heaven

Hopefully you guys enjoyed our lists and if you agree or disagree with us, let us know in the comment section below. There are a ton of other choices that could qualify depending on your criteria and obviously what you liked. That being said, what would be your Top 3? Leave a comment in the comment section or email us at [email protected].

For the entire podcast, click here or listen below.

For more lists done by the InSession Film crew and other guests, be sure see our Top 3 Movie Lists page.


JD Duran
JD Duran
InSession Film founder and owner. I love film. Love art. Love how it intersects with our real lives. My favorite movies include Citizen Kane, The 400 Blows, Modern Times, The Godfather and The Tree of Life. Follow me on Twitter @RealJDDuran. Follow us @InSessionFilm.

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    • For the record that was Mike, but I’d argue for Part 1, which I thought was pretty good. It’s part 2 that is pretty bad.

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