Friday, December 26, 2014

Most Anticipated Films of 2015

The challenge of this post is the narrowing down of things. I currently have my eye on over 50 films coming next year, including: “B.O.O.”, “Black Mass”, “Cinderella”, “Goosebumps”, “The Hateful Eight”, “Jupiter Ascending”, “Jurassic World”, “Kitchen Sink”, “Kung Fu Panda 3”, “The Loft”, “Mad Max”, “The Martian”, “Minions”, “MI5”, “Pitch Perfect 2”, etc. etc. Here are my MOST anticipated, at the moment:

25. Pan 

Mostly because of the director.

24. Poltergeist 

I like the actors attached, and the story is fun.

23. Regression 

Easily one of the most fascinating cultural elements of the eighties.

22. Midnight Special 

The director of “Mud” comes back with a sci-fi tale.

21. Pixels 

The short was interesting, the cast lowers my hopes a lot.

20. The Revenant 

Westerns need to make a come-back.

19. Krampus 

Horror, Christmas, and a little-known European cultural figure.

18. Mortdecai 

Johnny Depp being silly?

17. Selfless 

This story could tackle philosophical issues.

16. Victor Frankenstein 

One of our most enduring morality tales.

15. The Good Dinosaur 

Pixar.

14. St. James Place (or whatever they end up naming it.) Bridge of Spies

Spielburg and Hanks.

13. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 

Guy Ritchie is someone I will always give a look-see.

12. Jane Got a Gun 

See above comment about westerns.

11. Ant-Man 

Marvel has really struggled with this one, will it be their first flop since “Incredible Hulk”?

10. Kingsmen 

This looks like fun.

9. Chappie 

Deep philosophical issues is what sci-fi was made for.

8. Knight of Cups 

Malleck.

7. Tomorrowland 

I really like the director and the teasers have done their job.

6. Terminator Genesys 

The trailer had me at two Arnolds.

5. Inside Out 

Pixar.

4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens 

Dare I hope?

3. Spectre 

Bond.

2. Avengers: Age of Ultron 

Marvel has been the best thing in cinemas for a couple years now.

1. Crimson Peak 

Del Toro and Gothic horror!

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