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Ten Movies to Look Forward to in 2014 

As awards season draws nearer and best-of-the-year lists keep rolling in, there's only one thing left to do: get excited about what comes next. Here are ten films you won't want to miss in 2014. By Calum Marsh
"1. Adieu au language (Directed by Jean-Luc Godard)

Jean-Luc Godard, master of the French Nouvelle Vague, proved with 2010's extraordinary Film Socialisme that he remains among the most accomplished filmmakers workin
"2. Under the Skin (Directed by Jonathan Glazer)

The best film at 2013's Toronto International Film Festival by a wide margin, British director Jonathan Glazer's sublime science fiction drama Under the Skin is a genu
"3. Only Lovers Left Alive (Directed by Jim Jarmusch)

You might not expect Jim Jarmusch, poet laureate of the American indie, to have much interest in the apparently never-ending vampire trend -- it's difficult to imagine <
"4. Pompeii (Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson)

The modern Hollywood blockbuster, if this summer's slate is anything to go by, seems to be in rather dire condition -- turgid, loud, and overblown, it's getting to the point that
"5. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Directed by Wes Anderson)

There aren't many filmmakers today who can turn the premiere of a trailer into an event unto itself, but then, there aren't many filmmakers working today as widely and
"1. Adieu au language (Directed by Jean-Luc Godard)

Jean-Luc Godard, master of the French Nouvelle Vague, proved with 2010's extraordinary Film Socialisme that he remains among the most accomplished filmmakers workin

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