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1Cliff Martinez
Only God Forgives


Only God Forgives: Though not the sequel to Drive many people were looking for, it is instead a wholly unique movie with gorgeous cinematography and lighting, along with a fantastic soundtrack which helps the neon soaked visuals glue your eyes to the screen.
2Amon Amarth
Wrath of the Norsemen


Valhalla Rising: Abstract and metaphorical yet very captivating at the same time. Thanks for the rec LordePots.
3Integrity
Those Who Fear Tomorrow


Bronson: To add to my growing fandom of Nicolas Winding Refn. Though honestly not my favorite of his, Tom Hardy's performance is mesmerizing.
4Pharoahe Monch
PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


Prisoners: Loved the direction and cinematography of this film, and knockout performances from Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman only add to the amazing quality of the film.
5Eminem
The Marshall Mathers LP


Southpaw: This movie honestly really surprised me, for a film that openly wears its cliches proudly on its sleeves it was actually pretty great. The emotional heights in this movie were very compelling, and Jake Gyllenhaal's performance took the movie to a new level, making it much more than just your typical boxing movie.
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