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Best Music Video of 2015:  RihannaBitch Better Have My Money

Rihanna‘s music video starts off with her kidnapping a woman and throwing her in a suitcase.  Rihanna and her friends drive around with her in the trunk of her car and make fun of the woman.  The song itself is based on Rihanna‘s personal issues with her accountant.  On top of that the video clocks in at around 7 minutes and is explicit.  As Rihanna approaches her eighth studio album, this song proves that she is still going strong.

Best Video Game of 2015:  Halo 5

Halo 5 is an amazing installment in the franchise that introduced new gameplay mechanics and helped move the story forward in the next trilogy by 343 Industries.  With  a 4-player cooperative campaign and new Warzone mode, both the online and campaign remain fresh and give players more options in how to play the game.  New abilities, weapons, modes, and level design have made this game better than it was before.  Despite the lack of split-screen, there is plenty of content  to keep players busy and entertained.

Best Movie of 2015: Mad Max Fury Road

Mad Max Fury Road is the fourth film in the Mad Max franchise.  Tom Hardy has filled the role formerly played by Mel Gibson and succeeds in it by wandering the wasteland while being pursued by Immortan Joe’s gang.  In addition, Charlize Theron does a great job as Furiosa who tries to protect a group of women who are also being pursued.  Practical effects, realistic explosions and car chases define this film.  It’s definitely one of the best action films of the year compared to other high budget films of the summer.