Delivery Man (Nov 22/13)
Im not the biggest fan of Vince Vaughn. The film is based off a man who fathered hundreds of children through a fertility clinic. I’m pretty sure there was an actual movie made on a man this happened to. Maybe one day I will see this.
Out of the Furnace (Nov 27/13)
Wasn’t Christian Bale just in a fighter movie? Not my cup of tea.
Inside Llewyn Davis (Dec 6/13)
The story of a folk singer in the 60’s. The film has Justin Timberlake which may interest some of you, but deters me.
American Hustle (Dec 13/13)
Although it has a good cast, I don’t think this is going to be that great. Okay… but not great.
Hours (Dec 13/13)
I’m not too sure about this movie, I think it just plays more off emotions. I hate to say it but I imagine many people will go to it because it stars Paul Walker.
Her (Dec 18/13)
As much as I would love to watch a man fall in love with a disembodied computer voice, I believe I have better things to see.
Anchorman 2 (Dec 20/13)
Apparently I am lacking the testosterone and attention spam for this.
The Wolf of Wall Street (Dec 25/13)
As much as I love Leo, I’m not feeling this one.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Dec 25/13)
A magically epic adventure… and I still think it will fall flat.
August: Osage County (Dec 25/13)
You would think with a full cast of great actors and actresses that I would at least have some spark of interest to see this!….No…? still nothing….Sigh.
Justin Bieber’s Believe (Dec 25/13)
Sorry J.B. I may consider watching this when its out on DVD, but your attempt to fix your image with this film will have to wait.
The Invisible Woman (Dec 25/13)
I’m more interested in the story behind this than I am the film.
Lone Survivor (Dec 27/13)
A group of guys taking on the Talaban. Peoples first reason to see this, Mark Wahlberg. If they need a second reason, everyone supports the troops.
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Jan 3/14)
I missed the previous ones and I’m not the biggest fan of scary movies. At least we know its not a true story anymore 🙂 haha
The Nut Job (Jan 17/14)
An animated movie about squirrels who rob a nut shop. I’m not really feeling this one.
Ride Along (Jan 17/14)
Are Kevin Hart and Chris Rock the same person? There may be a few funny parts, but not enough to make this worth while.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Jan 17/14)
I may consider seeing this one day but I’m not really sold on it just yet. It reminds me of the Bourne movies, which were great, but this one seems a bit lacking.
Devil’s Due (Jan 17/14)
It’s one thing to try and make scary possessed movies, but when did they start having to involve everyone gaining super human strength and bodies flying everywhere? A lady gives birth to the anti-christ and along the way she gets a little hormonal and crazy.
The Lego Movie (Feb 7/14)
This looks like a fun quirky little movie, but it kind of lost its appeal during the preview. I could consider watching this at home, but I couldn’t imagine seeing this in theatres, no matter how quirky.
Endless Love (Feb 14/14)
I had high hopes for Alex Pettyfer, unfortunately this one isn’t quite living up to it.
Pompeii (Feb 21/14)
I like Emily Browning, but I’m willing to pass on this epic gladiator film.
Mr.Peabody & Sherman (March 7/14)
I know enough to remember the names and what they look like, but not enough to have any nostalgic interested in this film. Even if I did they would have ruined it by remaking it for kids these days.
Muppets Most Wanted (March 21/14)
I suppose in a way this could be fun, but its more for kids these days where they try to hard to be funny.