It has been quite awhile since I posted one of these as I was focusing on other projects. I decided it was time to do this again, as we actually had to sit and try to decide what movie to go to, then ended up NOT GOING! Unheard of. Which of course is due to the UNDERwhelming amount of must see movies right now. So let us begin.
The Book of Life (Oct 17/14)
In time for Halloween, an animated film for the whole family with a day of the dead theme. The adults will love it, and the kids will laugh without really knowing the meaning behind all the adult humour.
Nightcrawler (October 31/14)
Not something I would jump to see but I think this would interest a few of you. Jake Gyllenhaal is struggling to find a job when he happens upon an accident. He meets a news camera guy, and decides to start his own business. Starting off with a small handheld camera he begins filming accident and crimes scenes. His business escalates but also puts him into the position of being witness to murder and even accomplice.
Before I Go To Sleep (Oct 31/14)
A psychological thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth. I enjoy both as actors/actresses and even better, the film is based on a best selling novel. Kidman wakes up every day and has no memory after a horrific accident. She tries to piece together what happened, but it becomes clear someone does not want her to know.
Horns (October 31/14)
Our little Danny Radcliffe is all grown up and looking for serious work. Although he has been in the odd movie here and there, this may be his first worth while watch since the Harry Potter series.
Private Peaceful (Oct 31/14)
I’m not a huge fan of war films, and I highly doubt I will see this, but I could see it being a pretty decent film.
Interstellar (November 7/14)
Space movies seem like something from the past. They were everywhere growing up then they disappeared for awhile. Now they seem to be coming back. The cast; however, may be the saving grace to make everyone want to see it. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Casey Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Topher Grace, John Lithgow, Michael Caine and Mackenzie Foy. It is hard to beat Armageddon though.
Big Hero 6 (Nov 7/14)
I love me my Disney! This looks like something different that will be cute and funny. The title throws me off though as it is too odd and doesn’t sound as catchy or memorable as it’s other titles.
Jessabelle (November 7/14)
I am not a huge fan of scary movies. Mainly because I scare too easily and because they can be horribly stupid and a waste of time and money to see in theatres. Jamie often likes to watch them on Netflix while I avert my eyes, but I could see us both watching this one. I would not rush to see it in theatres but could be an interesting watch.
The Theory of Everything (Nov 7/14)
The story of Stephen Hawking. Many know who he is, but not his story. Whether this is completely dramatized or not it looks pretty magical!
Merry Friggin’ Christmas (Nov 7/14)
Christmas has come early in this catastrophic Christmas comedy starring Robbin Williams, Lauren Graham, Joel McHale and Candice Bergen. It looks like an attempt at a modern National Lampoon’s but could have some decent laughs.
Mr.Pip (Nov 7/14)
I have never read Great Expectation’s but this looks like a wonderful mix between imagination and the horrors of reality.
Beyond the Lights (Nov 14/14)
The story of a young girl, pressured into fame and fortune by her mother and struggling to find her own voice. The romantic in me says, yes please, but I can’t see myself seeing this in theatres.
Dumb and Dumber To (Nov 14/14)
Can anyone really say that after seeing the first one a thousand times they aren’t even the tiniest bit interested in seeing this!?
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (Nov 21/14)
Yay! Need I say more.
The Imitation Game (Nov 21/14)
I would not see this movie in theatres, but I would be interested in seeing it. Based on the true story of the Inigma code and code-breaking during WWII.
Horrible Bosses 2 (Nov 26/14)
I’m not usually a fan of these movies, but I think this may actually be better than the first.
The Babadook (Nov 28/14)
How delightful! Oh you brits sure know how to make a fun bogeyman. Definitely not for theatres, but I look forward to seeing this on Netflix.
The Pyramid (Dec 5/14)
I look forward to this one being on Netflix as well! I love Pyramid’s and this looks like one of those delightfully cheesy horror movies to pass the time.
The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies (Dec 17/14)
I think I have lost track of how many films they are turning the Hobbit into by now….oy vey.
Into the Woods (Dec 25/14)
A live action film adapted into a musical starring Meryl Streep, Johny Depp and Emily Blunt by Disney. What an amazing combination.
Taken 3 (Jan 9/15)
These look like interesting action films, but I haven’t seen the first two. Perhaps I need to get on that!
The Wedding Ringer (Jan 16/15)
I can’t believe I am even putting this here. I can see some “I can’t believe this is happening” laughs, but I would definitely not see this in theatres.
Mortdecai (Jan 23/15)
I have no idea what I just saw but Johnny Depp can be so on spot and funny.
The Boy Next Door (Jan 23/15)
I can’t help it, I love Jennifer Lopez as an actress. Ryan Guzman plays an obsessive young man who takes things to the crazy level. I dunno if I’d make it to the theatres for this one but I would watch it.
Black Sea (Jan 23/15)
I would not watch this in theatres but I think its worth a watch. Starring Jude Law, a nazi submarine with over 500 million in gold bars sits at the bottom of the ocean. A group of men is assembled to retrieve it, but greed takes over in the bottom of the ocean.
The Seventh Son (Feb 6/15)
This film just keeps getting pushed back. They will need to re-film it by the time they decide to release it because technology has changed so much. My opinion of the movie gets lower and lower, but I still have a slight interest of seeing it. I don’t think it will be that great though.
Jupiter Ascending (Feb 6/15)
A Sci-fi fantasy movie starring Chatting Tatum and Mila Kunis. Looking pretty cool!
Kingsman: The Secret Service (Feb 13/15)
Loves me some Colin Firth. This would be the first action movie I have seen him in, but I am loving this.
Fifty Shades of Grey (Feb 14/15)
I don’t imagine I will crowd into the theatre with all the other horny women (and men) for valentine’s day but I am still interested in seeing it!
Fast & Furious 7 (April 3/15)
You can’t stop now.
Age of Adaline (April 24/15)
I haven’t seen the trailer, which will be the deciding factor, but the synopsis sounds interesting. Starring Blake Lively, an accident causes Adaline to stop aging and she lives out the 20th century alone, until she finds the love and courage to live again.
Tomorrowland (May 22/15)
A Disney movie starring George Clooney, but they have been very secretive about this film. The trailer is finally out and looks interesting, but still mysterious.
The Avengers: The Age of Ultron (2015)
I still have not seen the other movies, but it looks like I have time to get on that!
Thats right…. Minions, the same loveable guys from the Despicable me films.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
Resident Evil 6
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Pirates of the Caribbean 5
A COUPLE PROJECTS SOON TO
COME THAT I AM VERY EXCITED FOR!
I thought I would add a couple projects that are being talked about, and even some have begun casting and filming.
Witch & Wizard is a new book series that I have read. I learnt that they plan on making it into a movie. Once I get more info about the film, I will let you know!
The Night Circus is an amazing book by Erin Morgenstern. The rights to this book were bought almost instantly and I hungrily await for this film!
Daughter of Smoke and Bone
An awesome book trilogy and I can’t wait for the films.
Hoping for a Shatter Me film!
Wishing for a Selection film but not holding my breath.