Cate Blanchett, as Carol Aird, in a scene from “Carol,” Coyle’s favorite movie of the year.
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"Carol": It's the music, finally, that sends me. Carter Burwell's dreamy score is current that carries the hidden romance of Todd Haynes' gorgeous '50s film. "Phoenix": A haunting, Hitchcockian drama set in post-World World II Germany, where a Holocaust survivor and former cabaret singer (Nina Hoss) returns home to find her surgically reconstructed face has rendered her unrecognizable to old friends, even her former husband. Christian Petzold's mournful movie builds to a shudderingly powerful finale."Chi-Raq" and "99 Homes": One of the most cheering trends of the year was the palpable rage that filtered into bristling films from Spike Lee and Ramin Bahrani (plus Adam McKay's "The Big Short").The final shot, pushing in toward the great, distraught face of Rampling, is a doozy.
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