This week, we launched the first round of our fan-driven, reader-chosen challenge: YOU DECIDE: The Best Movie of 2014! On Wednesday, you narrowed it down from the original list of 32 to the 16 that moved on to the second round.
But now, it gets even harder as we move to Round 3 and the field gets cut in half from 16 to the remaining 8. Thousands of you have voted for your favorite movies and have given us some great feedback on how you feel about 2014 in film.
Once again, I chose the winners of Round 2 from the numbers as they stood at 9 a.m. PST this morning. But if you'd like to see each round, here you go:
CLICK HERE to see Round 1.
CLICK HERE to see Round 2.
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Ready to make your toughest decisions yet? Let's go!
1.) The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 vs. The Fault in our Stars
Two of Hollywood's hottest ingenues heading up two of the year's biggest YA films. [The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1](movie:446261) was a dystopian action flick while [The Fault In Our Stars](movie:602185) was a tissue-laden tearkerjer, but both have hardcore fanbases that flocked to the theaters to watch. But which one moves on? We'll find out next week.
2.) 22 Jump Street vs. Guardians of the Galaxy
What's better than comedy or action? How about comedy AND action together in the same film? Both [22 Jump Street](movie:434853) and [Guardians of the Galaxy](movie:424073) had audiences laughing so hard they cried, but also offered up a healthy dose of nonstop, asskicking action. But who will win? The Earthbound duo or the ragtag galactic team? It's up to you to choose.
3.) Big Hero 6 vs. Interstellar
It's getting harder for me to match up these films, so the only thing in common between these movies is the element of sci-fi, particularly tech. But [Big Hero 6](movie:425271) and [Interstellar](movie:813746) both wowed audiences and critics, albeit for different reasons. I know, I know. How do you choose between two great films? But alas, you must...only one can move on.
4.) Gone Girl vs. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Okay, I admit it. This is what happens when we get down to only eight movies left and some of the matchups don't quite work. Even so, [Gone Girl](movie:833123) and [Captain America: The Winter Soldier](movie:254973) were masterfully crafted movies that had audiences at the very edge of their seats with anticipation. But only one will move on to the fourth round, and it's your job to decide which.