MediaTakeOut 2015: The Best and Worst Moments of the Year

MediaTakeOut 2015: The Best and Worst Moments of the Year

In a year full of change, MediaTakeOut 2015 set out to document it all. From the biggest stories of the year to the lighter moments, we documented it all. So without further ado, here are our favorite and worst moments of 2015!

The Best Moments of MediaTakeOut 2015

The MediaTakeOut team had a lot of fun in 2015, and here are our favorite moments!

Best Moment: We were so happy to be able to congratulate the Pittsburgh Pirates on their World Series victory! It was a great moment for baseball fans everywhere.

Worst Moment: We were really disappointed by the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide. We believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman, and we feel like our readers share this view.

We hope that 2016 will be a better year for everyone, and we can’t wait to see what happens!

The Worst Moments of MediaTakeOut 2015

1. The Paris Attacks
2. The San Bernardino Shootings
3. The Ebola Outbreak
4. The Aleppo Bombing
5. The Orlando Shooting
6. The Death of Freddie Gray
7. The Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Shootings
8. The terrorist attack in Istanbul, Turkey
9. North Korea’s Nuclear Test
10. Pope Francis’ Visit to the US

The Most Memorable Quotes from MediaTakeOut 2015

“2015 was a year of highs and lows for the entertainment industry. We had some amazing new shows and movies, but we also saw a lot of controversies and scandals.”

“Some of the best moments from MediaTakeOut in 2015 include the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the announcement that Game of Thrones would be ending after its seventh season, and Kevin Spacey being accused of sexual assault.”

“The worst moment of the year included Kim Kardashian getting robbed at gunpoint in Paris, Whitney Houston’s death, and Robin Williams committing suicide.”

Here are some of the most memorable quotes from MediaTakeOut in 2015:

“2015 was an amazing year for movies and TV. We saw trailers for new Star Wars movies, Game of Thrones concluding after seven seasons, and many other exciting projects.” – Jason Concepcion, MediaTakeOut Editor-in-Chief
“2015 was definitely a watershed year for Hollywood with some monumental changes taking place – including the end to Game of Thrones. We lost icons like David Bowie and Bernie Sanders, but we also saw the rise of some new superstars. Here’s to hoping that 2016 will be just as fantastic!” – Brett Ok

The Top Media Take Out Videos of 2015

The Top Media Take Out Videos of 2015

It’s that time of year again: the year has come and gone, and it’s time to reflect on all the amazing things that happened in 2015. From political scandals to pop culture milestones, there was no shortage of big news stories this year.

To commemorate the biggest news of the year, MediaTakeOut compiled the best and worst moments of 2015 into a video playlist. Check it out below!

Best Moment: Pope Francis’ Victory

The best moment of the year was undoubtedly Pope Francis’ victory. This change in leadership sent a powerful message to the world and showed that anything is possible.

Other notable moments include the Boston Marathon bombing and North Korea’s successful launch of a satellite. These events had a significant impact on the world and demonstrated how complex and interconnected our world has become.

Worst Moment: The US Election

The worst moment of the year was undoubtedly the US election. This event was incredibly divisive and caused a great deal of trauma for many people. It also raised many important questions about democracy and how we choose our leaders.

Worst Moment: The Ebola Scare

1. The Ebola scare was one of the worst moments of the year. In October, a video of a healthcare worker in Dallas being violently attacked went viral. The attack was later traced back to someone with the Ebola virus and it started a huge panic.

2. Another terrible moment came in December when a gunman opened fire at a holiday party in Santa Fe, Texas. The attack left multiple people dead and injured many more.

3. However, the best moment of the year had to be when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Despite all the doubts surrounding his candidacy, Trump was finally elected after a hard-fought campaign.

Best Music Moment: The Success of Bruno Mars

The year 2017 was a big year for music, with some truly incredible albums being release. One of the best moments of the year was when Bruno Mars won his second Grammy Award for his album, “24K Magic”. This win was a huge achievement for him and showed just how popular his music has become.

Other memorable music moments from 2017 include the release of Madonna’s album, “Rebel Heart”, which received critical acclaim; Royal Blood’s debut album, “Royal Blood”, which was well-received by fans and critics alike; and the popularity of Harry Styles’ solo album, “Harry Styles”.

Overall, 2017 was a great year for music. There were many incredible albums released, and some great music moments happened throughout the year.

Worst Music Moment: Miley Cyrus’ VMA Performance

The year was full of bad music moments. There was Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance, where she lip-synched to a Billy Ray Cyrus song; the return of Justin Bieber, who released two terrible albums this year; and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ refusal to headline Glastonbury Festival.

But there were also some great music moments. The Arctic Monkeys’ comeback album was a huge success, Kesha won her court case against Dr. Luke, and Dua Lip topped the charts with her debut single “New Rules.”

Best TV Show Moment: The Fall of Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones came to an end after seven seasons, and the final episode was a bittersweet affair for fans. While some loved seeing the characters come to grips with the reality of their situations, others were left feeling frustrated by what seemed like unfinished business.

One of the best TV show moments of the year was when Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) entered into the city of Meereen and declared himself its queen. The scene showed not only Tyrion’s power but also his arrogance. It was a perfect encapsulation of his character, and it was a moment that viewers will never forget.

Other standout TV show moments included the arrival of Carol Burnett on RuPaul’s Drag Race; Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime performance; and Donald Trump being sworn in as president of the United States. Each one will be remembered for different reasons, but they all proved to be unforgettable moments in 2018.

Worst TV Show Moment: The Unforgivable Crossover of Two Cancelled Shows

The year was full of disappointing television moments. But the worst of them all had to be when ABC pulled the plug on the much-maligned and unpopular crossover between the cancelled shows “The Unforgivable Crossover” and “The Good Doctor.”

While some viewers were excited for the crossover, most were left bitterly disappointed by its lackluster execution. The plotline saw characters from both cancelled shows seemingly working together to take down a common enemy, but it was too convoluted and nonsensical to be enjoyable.

Other low points in 2018 included the firing of Roseanne Barr from her own show after a racist tweet, the death of Robin Williams at age 63, and the devastation of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina.

Best Movie Moment: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The year 2016 was a highly anticipate year for movie fans all over the worlds. And, as expected, it did not disappoint. The best movie moment of the year had to be Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Not only was the film visually stunning, but it also featured some of the best action sequences and emotional moments ever seen in a movie. In particular, the ending scene where Rey (Daisy Ridley) is revealed to be Luke Skywalker’s (Mark Hamill) daughter was truly heartwarming. It was an excellent way to tie all of the different elements of the original trilogy together and make sure that fans were left satisfied.

Other highlights of the year included Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. Both films were well-made, but divisive. Some people absolutely loved them, while others found them extremely disappointing. However, they are still two very good movies that are worth watching if you’re a fan of superhero movies.

Overall, 2016 was a great year for movie fans all over the world. There were plenty of excellent films to choose from, and no single one was bad enough to ruin the experience for everyone else. Thanks for reading!

Worst Movie Moment: San Andreas

One of the worst movie moments of the year was when San Andreas hit theaters. The film was full of major fabrications and false advertising that made it a total disaster. Not only did it have terrible acting, but it also had some truly shocking moments.

For example, in one scene, a character is driving down a highway when a massive earthquake hits. The car suddenly starts flipping over, and the driver ends up getting thrown out of the car. Thankfully, he was not injure, but this scene was all too realistic for many moviegoers.

Another poor moment came during the climax of the film. Just as the main characters are about to escape the city, the building they’re hiding in collapses. This scene was so poorly done that many viewers were left wondering how it could have ended any other way. It turned out to be one of the most hated scenes in San Andreas history.

Overall, 2018 was a pretty bad year for movies. However, there were a few standout moments that made it worth watching. These include the disastrous San Andreas and the heart-wrenching ending to Black Panther


It’s been a year since MediaTakeOut came into being, and it’s been quite the ride. 2015 was an eventful year for just about everyone, with some great highs and some pretty low moments. Here are the best and worst moments of the year as seen through the lens of MediaTakeOut:

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