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12.31.2014by: Chris Bumbray

The JoBlo.com 2015 Movie Preview!

I think we can all agree that 2014 ended up being a mighty impressive year for movies (and TV). Still, to many 2014 felt like little more than a prelude to what promises to be a monster 2015 as far as blockbuster fare goes. Just think, by this time next year we will have gotten a 24th Bond movie, a fifth MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, an AVENGERS sequel, a soft reboot of JURASSIC PARK, and an all-new STAR WARS film to boot. Sure enough, 2015 is going to be absolutely massive and the following twenty-five movies are some of the ones we here at JoBlo.com are most excited for. Enjoy and let us know which ones YOU'RE most excited for!

25. Fantastic Four

Very few films have inspired as much fan venom as Josh Trankís FANTASTIC FOUR reboot has. Having already been burnt by another awful FANTASTIC FOUR film series (star Chris Evans got much luckier with CAPTAIN AMERICA), everyone figured that Fox, if given the chance to try again, would do it right. Instead, fans have gotten very upset over the young cast, which includes Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, Michael B. Jordan and Kate Mara as the titular heroes. All this Ė mind you Ė before a single image has been released, much less a trailer. Given how good CHRONICLE was, itís probably premature to (Dr.) doom this so early on. Weíll just have to wait and see, but Fox and Trank certainly have a big chore ahead of them in convincing the vocal fans that this is a reboot worth seeing.

24. Jupiter Ascending

Hey, wasnít this on our 2014 list? With JUPITER ASCENDING getting bounced off its original 2014 release date only six weeks before it was due to premiere, the buzz quickly turned toxic with many pegging this as a disaster in the making. Then again, the same thing happened with G.I JOE: RETALIATION and that one turned outÖok. Hopefully the cover story Ė that The Wachowskis just needed more time to complete VFX work Ė is accurate as the trailers boast some absolutely gorgeous imagery. Mila Kunis stars alongside a bizarrely mutant-looking Channing Tatum, Sean Bean and THEORY OF EVERYTHINGís Eddie Redmayne in this huge-scaled interplanetary space opera.

23. Kingsman: The Secret Service

KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE was the movie Matthew Vaughn opted to make instead of X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. Seeing the trailers, it doesnít come as too much of a surprise that Vaughn would be attracted to Mark Millarís comic, with the James Bond spy parallels meshing nicely with Vaughnís sensibilities. If the first half of X-MEN: FIRST CLASS played out like Vaughnís tribute to Sean Connery-era Bond, KINGSMAN feels like Roger Moore all the way, and as a huge Moore fan I couldnít be happier. The buzz off the early screenings is amazing, with many pegging this as a deliriously hyper-violent action comedy with a career changing performance by Colin Firth, who Ė at fifty-four Ė is making his debut as an action hero.

22. The Last Witch Hunter

Vin Dieselís always gone on record about what a huge sci-fi/fantasy fan he is, and THE LAST WITCH HUNTER is an ambitious foray for him into a pulpy, horror-action, UNDERWORLD-style genre which sees him as an immortal witch hunter in New York City. Directed by Breck Eisner (SAHARA, THE CRAZIES), Diesel and company have assembled one hell of a supporting cast with none other than Michael Caine having a part, opposite Elijah Wood (his first non-Tolkien stab at fantasy) and GAME OF THRONESí Rose Leslie. Fingers crossed this one will be a sleeper.

21. The Man From U.N.C.L.E

Being a huge Bond fan, 2015 is shaping up to be a Bond-crazy year, with not only a new 007 outing due, but also Bond-style clones like KINGSMAN, another MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, and this, the long-awaited big-screen reboot of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. The show is campy fun and the film seems to be very much in that vein keeping the Cold War swinging sixties setting, with Guy Ritchie directing Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo (replacing Robert Vaughn) and Armie Hammer as his Soviet partner Illya Kuryakin (formerly David McCallum). While Iíd be way more excited for this if Steven Soderbergh had been able to launch his version (which was to have starred George Clooney) this should still be a good, goofy spy romp.

20. Terminator: Genisys

I wonít lie, TERMINATOR: GENISYS looks awful. Itís crazy how relentlessly Hollywood has beaten this franchise to death without the involvement of series mastermind James Cameron. Why, oh why, canít they just leave well enough alone? Not having learned their lesson from RISE OF THE MACHINES, THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, or SALVATION (if Christian Bale canít revive the series, nothing can), Hollywood is at it again with THOR 2ís Alan Taylor directing. Apparently this is a weird hybrid sequel/reboot, and while itíll be fun to see Arnold Schwarzenegger return to the series, everything else about this seems off, especially Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese (who should be a romantic figure more than anything). While my fingers are crossed that this will surprise us, Iím not terribly optimistic.

19. Southpaw

Jake Gyllenhaalís been on an incredible run lately, with 2014ís NIGHTCRAWLER being his best part to date. Heís got a crazy 2015 lined up, with EVEREST, the Jean-Marc Vallee movie DEMOLITION, and Antoine Fuquaís SOUTHPAW, which sees Jake playing a boxer. Ever since the image of a crazy jacked-up Gyllenhaal hit the web, people have been speculating that if NIGHTCRAWLER is the movie that gets Gyllenhaal an Oscar nomination, SOUTHPAW just might be the one that wins him one. Whatever the case, with those three movies hitting theaters within four months of each other, it looks like 2015 is going to be his year.

18. Everest

EVEREST is director Baltasar KormŠkur's (CONTRABAND, 2 GUNS) ambitious, 3D adventure/thriller about the disastrous 1996 Mount Everest climb which was immortalized in Jon Krakauer famous book, 'Into Thin Air'. While not based explicitly on his novel (HOUSE OF CARDS' Michael Kelly plays Krakauer) anyone who's read that can tell you this is going to be a heartbreaking white-knuckle thriller. Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, Robin Wright, Keira Knightley and more co-star.

17. Black Mass

BLACK MASS is the long-awaited Whitey Bulger biopic. Bulger spent sixteen years as a fugitive mob boss and listed prominently on the FBIís ten most wanted list. Apparently, Bulger, among other things, was also an FBI informant, and the material feels like a natural fit for a strong crime drama, with OUT OF THE FURNACEís Scott Cooper striking me as an inspired choice for director. The only thing that worries me is Johnny Depp, who plays Bulger. While Depp has two great crime biopics under his belt (DONNIE BRASCO & BLOW) the Depp weíve seen chewing scenery on the big screen as of late is not the Depp this movie needs. Hopefully heíll be able to dig deep because this seems like the ideal opportunity for him to reestablish himself as an actor worth taking seriously. In any case, heís got one hell of a cast supporting him, with Benedict Cumberbatch playing his brother, Sienna Miller, Joel Edgerton, Dakota Johnson, and more co-starring. Fingers crossed this will be a big winner.

16. The Martian

Ridley Scott hasnít had the best run as of late, with THE COUNSELOR and EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS underwhelming both critically and commercially. Hopefully THE MARTIAN, an adaptation of the well-received novel by Andy Weir, will get him back on track as there are very few directors our there with Scottís track record. Itís cool that heís once again digging into sci-fi territory, with Matt Damon starring opposite Jessica Chastain and Kristen Wiig as an astronaut stranded on Mars. It sounds like RED PLANET, but, ya know, good.

15. The Walk

Anyone whoís seen MAN ON A WIRE can tell you that Phillipe Petitís infamous tightrope walk between the twin towers of the World Trade Center in 1974 is pretty gripping stuff. With Joseph Gordon-Levitt starring, and Robert Zemeckis at the helm (and shooting in IMAX 3D) this should be the kind of movie that pleases both critics and audiences alike. 2015 is shaping up to be a good year for Levitt with this and his Edward Snowden biopic (directed by Oliver Stone) likely to give him some heavy Oscar buzz come this time next year.

14. Untitled Steve Jobs-Sorkin Project

I bet a whole bunch of you groaned just looking at this title. No doubt the name Steve Jobs has been one thatís been bandied about again and again since his death, with one awful biopic having already hit the screens (Ashton Kutcherís JOBS). However, this is something else entirely. If youíve been following the Sony email hack, itís clear that producer Scott Rudin thinks heís got one of the best projects of his career on his hands courtesy of a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin. With Danny Boyle at the helm and Michael Fassbender set to star, this Jobs-biopic is going to be one of the yearís HUGE Oscar contenders and I canít wait to see it.

13. Untitled Cold War Spy Thriller

Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks: together again. Heck, whatís the point of going beyond that, as that star-director combo is enough to sell even the most jaded moviegoer on the potential of this Cold War era thriller. Hanks stars as famous diplomat James Donovan, with this being the story of how he negotiated with the Soviet government for the release of U2 spy plane pilot Francis Gary Powers after he was shot down in the Soviet Union. With a script by the Coen Bros, and a high-caliber supporting cast that includes Amy Ryan, Alan Alda and THE KNICKís Eve Hewson, how could this not be at least very good?

12. Crimson Peak

Guillermo Del Toro is one of those guys whose projects Iíll always be invested in. Not only is he one of the nicest guys in Hollywood (or so Iíve heard) but heís downright visionary as a director to boot. Not much is known about CRIMSON PEAK, but with Jessica Chastain starring opposite Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam, and Tom Hiddleston you can bet that itíll be one of the big horror events of 2015. A period horror thriller, CRIMSON PEAK sounds more in-line with Del Toroís Spanish language work (THE DEVILíS BACKBONE, PANíS LABYRINTH) than it does his larger-scaled American work. It all sounds very intriguing.

11. Chappie

After doing his variation on a tent pole movie with the not-so-warmly received ELYSIUM, South African director Neill Bloomkamp is going back to his roots with CHAPPIE. The trailer makes it looks like hardcore R-rated SHORT CIRCUIT, and with Sharlto Copley voicing the titular robot opposite Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver and Die Antwoord, this March release promises to be one of the yearís better genre films, and likely one of the yearís better ones too.

10. The Hateful Eight

For a while it looked like THE HATEFUL EIGHT was never going to get made, with director Quentin Tarantino famously launching a lawsuit after his script got leaked. Luckily, the project is back on track, with Tarantino shooting it in old-school 70MM and making it a Roadshow-style western, albeit a very Tarantino-esque one. The cast for this is outstanding, with Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Dern, Jennifer Jason Leigh, DemiŠn Bichir, Walton Goggins (yes!) and Michael Madsen making for an extremely badass cast of characters.

9. Ant-Man

Ok, so Edgar Wright isnít directing ANT-MAN. I agree, itís a shame. With Wright at the helm, this might have followed in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXYís steps and given us a truly unusual Marvel adventure. With Peyton Reed at the helm, I have no doubt that weíll get at least a solid superhero movie, albeit a far more conventional one than we would have gotten with Wright. Nevertheless, I really like the cast, with Paul Rudd finally getting a crack at real movie-stardom as the titular hero, opposite the great Michael Douglas, Corey Stoll, Judy Greer, Evangeline Lilly and more.

8. Furious 7

Hereís another one that would have come out in 2014, but in this case the delay has absolutely nothing to do with the filmís perceived quality. Instead, itís the sad result of actor Paul Walkerís tragic death, with the filmmakers having to rethink this, the seventh installment of the franchise, to give his character, Brian OíConnor a fitting send-off. Itís crazy how huge these movies have gotten, with FAST FIVE reworking the series into a MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE-style series of mega-action movies. Universal is obviously high on these, and I canít disagree as the last two movies were really fun. All of your favorites are back, with Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Tyrese, Ludacris, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewester and more re-teaming to take on the brother of FAST AND FURIOUS 6ís villain, played by none other than Jason Statham. Apparently Dieselís been training like crazy with co-star Tony Jaa, so hopefully weíll get the epic Statham versus Diesel throw down weíve all been waiting for.

7. Mission: Impossible 5

As badass as the cast of FURIOUS 7 is going to be, these days nobodyís quite as daring as Tom Cruise. While Diesel and co. will likely be generously aided by CGI, Cruise is still risking his neck for real, with him looking to outdo his GHOST PROTOCOL Dubai tower stunts in MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5. See that tiny figure hanging-on to the Airbus A400M 5000 feet off the ground. Yeah, thatís Cruise. No stuntman. The balls on this guy are something. The MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE movies are always fun and Cruise is not one to turn out a mediocre film, so I think we can be reasonably assured that this Ė the fifth installment of the franchise Ė is going to be a good one. Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames and more return for more fun (whereís Paula Patton?). Christopher McQuarrie (JACK REACHER) directs. The only thing is that the December 25th release date is a little too close for comfort to STAR WARS. Don't be surprised if this one gets bumped into 2016.

6. Tomorrowland

And why isnít Brad Bird back to direct MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5 you may ask? The answer is TOMORROWLAND, a huge Disney sci-fi tentpole movie starring none other than Lord Hollywood himself, George Clooney. One thingís for sure, Clooneyís got a great nose for projects, and with him so rarely signing on to high concept blockbusters like this, itíll be interesting to see what Brad Bird (and co-writer Damon Lindelof) have cooked up. From what Iíve gathered on Wikipedia, Clooney plays an inventor who travels to the titular TOMORROWLAND with Britt Robertsonís heroine in tow. Oh yeah, and itís shot in IMAX format. Really, I was sold at Clooney.

5. Jurassic World

I think Iím one of the only writers here on JoBlo.com thatís not completely sold on JURASSIC WORLD. I know itíll at least be decent, but thereís something about the trailers, and the prospect of Chris Pratt (who I like) teaming up with good-guy Velociraptors that strikes me as overkill. The CGI also looks rather quaint next to the incredible, game-changing animatronics from the original film. That said, I loved director Colin Trevorrow first film, SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED, so hopefully this one will turn out to be the film people think itís going to be. To me though, this feels a bit like GODZILLA all over again. I hope Iím wrong.

4. Mad Max: Fury Road

Well, it only took thirty years, but George Miller has finally made another MAD MAX film, with FURY ROAD, from my understanding, being set between THE ROAD WARRIOR and MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME. While part of me still wishes Mel Gibson was playing Max, Tom Hardy seems like the ideal guy to dust off Maxís one-armed leather jacket and terrorize the Australian Outback in souped up, post-apocalyptic cars. The trailers for this are absolutely jaw-dropping and FURY ROAD is really looking like the movie to beat this summer. Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, and original MAD MAX villain Hugh Keays-Byrne (formerly The Toecutter, but playing a different part here) round out the cast.

3. S.P.E.C.T.R.E

If this were my personal list rather than something more representative of the site as a whole, SPECTRE would be right at the top. As a hard-core Bond fan, Iíve been waiting for them to reintroduce Blofeld ever since seeing my first 007 movie in 1990, at the tender age of eight. Regardless of whether or not Christoph Waltz is actually Blofeld or not (he says heís not), if SPECTRE is as good as SKYFALL, itíll be one of the yearís very best films, tent pole or otherwise. Sam Mendes is back at the helm with INTERSTELLARís Hoyte van Hoytema taking over as cinematographer. Naturally Daniel Craig is back, as is Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris, and Ben Whislaw as the new M, Miss Moneypenny and Q, respectively. As for the babes, Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci both strike me as ideal Bond Girls.

2. Avengers: Age of Ultron

After THE AVENGERS made, oh, I dunno, a billion or so dollars, (1.5 actually) a follow-up seemed like a given, even though the last film made pretty much the entire cast megastars. Everyoneís back, however, with no holdouts (no doubt thanks to the iron-clad Marvel contracts). Joss Whedon is back at the helm, before passing the baton to THE WINTER SOLDIERís Russo Brothers, who now seem to be taking over as the brain-trust behind Marvel. AGE OF ULTRON is the conclusion of Marvel Phase 2, with 2016 bringing us the CIVIL WAR saga. Given how dark that gets, it must be kicked off by some pretty heavy carnage by the time new baddie Ultron (voiced by James Spader) is through.

1. Star Wars - The Force Awakens

Really, no film could be number one other than this, the HUGE relaunch of the STAR WARS saga, and the start of what should become a multi-billion dollar series of films which, hopefully, will be more in line with the original trilogy than the prequels. While some have questioned J. J Abrams as the choice to kick off the new series, the teaser trailer was great, and who isnít excited to see Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher once again play Luke, Han & Leia? Add to that the intriguing new cast (including John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and Adam Driver) and weíve got a movie that, call me crazy, just may make a few (billion) bucks.

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9:48AM on 01/05/2015
Pretty solid on this one following the fun-fest that was 'Edge of Tomorrow' (also directed by McQuarrie). Can't wait.
Pretty solid on this one following the fun-fest that was 'Edge of Tomorrow' (also directed by McQuarrie). Can't wait.
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9:38AM on 01/05/2015
I'm cautiously optimistic for this one. The source material is awesome, but it's also internal-dialogue heavy. A good portion of the book's strong points come from Mark Watney's (main character) whimsical reflections on life and mentally working through the intricate math and science needed for a chance of survival. 'Gravity' worked because the impending doom was always fairly obvious, but that's not always the case in 'The Martian'. If Scott can translate the script to the big screen and
I'm cautiously optimistic for this one. The source material is awesome, but it's also internal-dialogue heavy. A good portion of the book's strong points come from Mark Watney's (main character) whimsical reflections on life and mentally working through the intricate math and science needed for a chance of survival. 'Gravity' worked because the impending doom was always fairly obvious, but that's not always the case in 'The Martian'. If Scott can translate the script to the big screen and maintain the character of the book, he'll have a home run.
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9:59PM on 01/04/2015

Before a single image has been released?

I have seen several images, and they all inspire venom. Not to mention the comments from all involved that take a big Fantastic 2 (which should be the working title of this turd) on Stan Lee and the creators of the comics. I don't care how good the trailer looks, I will not be seeing this in theaters.
I have seen several images, and they all inspire venom. Not to mention the comments from all involved that take a big Fantastic 2 (which should be the working title of this turd) on Stan Lee and the creators of the comics. I don't care how good the trailer looks, I will not be seeing this in theaters.
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4:43PM on 01/04/2015
Based on the trailers and info released thus far Fury Road is going to be the fucking tits. Maybe not monetarily but for hard hitting rated R batshit crazy bloody action, I have high hopes.
Based on the trailers and info released thus far Fury Road is going to be the fucking tits. Maybe not monetarily but for hard hitting rated R batshit crazy bloody action, I have high hopes.
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4:45PM on 01/04/2015
Hateful Eight is a close second, being judged only on how Tarantino's last foray into the western genre went.
Hateful Eight is a close second, being judged only on how Tarantino's last foray into the western genre went.
1:23PM on 01/04/2015
the least interesting of the list
the least interesting of the list
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1:21PM on 01/04/2015

I ask you this:

Meh. What was the last really exciting film from Spielberg?? Remember their last movie together: "The Terminal"...
Meh. What was the last really exciting film from Spielberg?? Remember their last movie together: "The Terminal"...
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10:53PM on 01/03/2015
Red Planet was good. Mission to Mars was awful.
Red Planet was good. Mission to Mars was awful.
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2:01PM on 01/03/2015
$89 an hour! Seriously I don't know why more people haven't tried this, I work two shifts, 2 hours in the day and 2 in the eveningÖAnd i get surly a chek of $1260......0 whats awesome is Im working from home so I get more time with my kids.
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10:21PM on 01/02/2015
Jaws 19.This time it's REALLY REALLY personal.
Jaws 19.This time it's REALLY REALLY personal.
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6:44PM on 01/02/2015
I guess the title came down to either this or "Terminator 2: 2" and they just flipped a coin.
I guess the title came down to either this or "Terminator 2: 2" and they just flipped a coin.
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5:36PM on 01/02/2015

The Minions

Not even one mention of the runaway hit of 2015 yet you mention films that you know people will masochistically go to see? Seriously, The Minions should be in there whether you like them or not.
Not even one mention of the runaway hit of 2015 yet you mention films that you know people will masochistically go to see? Seriously, The Minions should be in there whether you like them or not.
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10:45AM on 01/02/2015

Double Post

Apologies.
Apologies.
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10:40AM on 01/02/2015

Where's Pixar??

Good list, but I'm shocked by some you left off, most notably Pixar's latest ó especially after they didn't release a film in the entirety of 2014.. You easily could've expanded this to 50 movies and done a two-parter. Here's just a sampling of some I would've included:
Blackhat
Ex Machina
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay ó Part 2
In The Heart Of The Sea
Inside Out
Insidious: Chapter 3
The Jungle Book
Magic Mike XXL
Pan
Pitch Perfect 2
Pixels
San Andreas
Good list, but I'm shocked by some you left off, most notably Pixar's latest ó especially after they didn't release a film in the entirety of 2014.. You easily could've expanded this to 50 movies and done a two-parter. Here's just a sampling of some I would've included:
Blackhat
Ex Machina
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay ó Part 2
In The Heart Of The Sea
Inside Out
Insidious: Chapter 3
The Jungle Book
Magic Mike XXL
Pan
Pitch Perfect 2
Pixels
San Andreas
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3:17AM on 01/02/2015

Hopefully it's not as dull as the first one.

The Avengers was a walk in the park superhero film. Anyone could've made it. A superhero film like Batman Begins or Spider-Man 2 was a thousand times more complex and engaging than The Avengers or any other Marvel Studios film since Iron Man 2. Saw the Avengers opening night with a sold out theater, and when it was over, no one applauded, no said "Wow, that was amazing", it was the same as every other superhero film Marvel Studios does only with more superheroes. Avengers 2 will be darker and
The Avengers was a walk in the park superhero film. Anyone could've made it. A superhero film like Batman Begins or Spider-Man 2 was a thousand times more complex and engaging than The Avengers or any other Marvel Studios film since Iron Man 2. Saw the Avengers opening night with a sold out theater, and when it was over, no one applauded, no said "Wow, that was amazing", it was the same as every other superhero film Marvel Studios does only with more superheroes. Avengers 2 will be darker and more emotional, and maybe someone will die. However, someone did honorably die in the first film and then he was dishonorably brought back to life for his own spin-off TV show.
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3:05AM on 01/02/2015

Star Wars all the way

1. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
2. Spectre
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. The Hateful Eight
5. Jurassic World
6. The Walk
7. Ted 2
8. Mission Impossible 5
9. In The Heart of The Sea
10. Untitled Steven Spielberg Drama

The age of who???......I thought Guardians of the Galaxy was The Avengers 2 lol
Have not been excited for a Marvel film since Iron Man 3.
1. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
2. Spectre
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. The Hateful Eight
5. Jurassic World
6. The Walk
7. Ted 2
8. Mission Impossible 5
9. In The Heart of The Sea
10. Untitled Steven Spielberg Drama

The age of who???......I thought Guardians of the Galaxy was The Avengers 2 lol
Have not been excited for a Marvel film since Iron Man 3.
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12:56PM on 01/01/2015
1) Jurassic World, 2) Avengers: Age Of Ultron, 3) Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 4) Mad Max: Fury Road
1) Jurassic World, 2) Avengers: Age Of Ultron, 3) Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 4) Mad Max: Fury Road
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12:08PM on 01/01/2015
Star Wars
Star Wars
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12:02PM on 01/01/2015
This will be amazing.
This will be amazing.
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11:58AM on 01/01/2015
Hardy is on fire. Hopefully this is good.
Hardy is on fire. Hopefully this is good.
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11:56AM on 01/01/2015
I'm feeling good about this one. Obviously Clooney acting and Bird directing will be great, but I'm really digging the concept and the trailer hooked me. Could be a unique sci-fi film.
I'm feeling good about this one. Obviously Clooney acting and Bird directing will be great, but I'm really digging the concept and the trailer hooked me. Could be a unique sci-fi film.
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11:52AM on 01/01/2015
I'll see anything Tarantino does.
I'll see anything Tarantino does.
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11:51AM on 01/01/2015
Oh yes.
Oh yes.
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2:26AM on 01/01/2015

2015

The force is STRONG with this year!!!
The force is STRONG with this year!!!
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8:34PM on 12/31/2014
You know, I didn't hate the trailer as much as I thought I would. I mean, it looks fairly mediocre, maybe even a mess, but I appreciate how they mess with the timeline and keep it somewhat of a mystery. It didn't come off as T3 to me, which, even by the trailer, looked to be the same thing as T2. This looks like it might be taking the original films and completely messing with the story. At least I hope it is. But it didn't come across as awful to me, anyway.
You know, I didn't hate the trailer as much as I thought I would. I mean, it looks fairly mediocre, maybe even a mess, but I appreciate how they mess with the timeline and keep it somewhat of a mystery. It didn't come off as T3 to me, which, even by the trailer, looked to be the same thing as T2. This looks like it might be taking the original films and completely messing with the story. At least I hope it is. But it didn't come across as awful to me, anyway.
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8:20PM on 12/31/2014
Looking forward to this so much. The comic (or what I've read of it) is great, Vaughn is an excellent director, and the trailer is a blast. Luckily I will get to see this at a screening in about a week. Can't wait!
Looking forward to this so much. The comic (or what I've read of it) is great, Vaughn is an excellent director, and the trailer is a blast. Luckily I will get to see this at a screening in about a week. Can't wait!
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8:19PM on 12/31/2014
I have enjoyed the Wachowski's films, to varying degrees, since The Matrix. The thing about them is they have this incredible ability to build their worlds. And they're all very unique. Look at their films, starting with The Matrix in Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas. Say what you will about the quality of the films themselves, all of these movies have fully realized and executed world building that is excellent, imaginative, and fresh. I like what I have seen and heard of the mythology of Jupiter
I have enjoyed the Wachowski's films, to varying degrees, since The Matrix. The thing about them is they have this incredible ability to build their worlds. And they're all very unique. Look at their films, starting with The Matrix in Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas. Say what you will about the quality of the films themselves, all of these movies have fully realized and executed world building that is excellent, imaginative, and fresh. I like what I have seen and heard of the mythology of Jupiter Ascending, and if their past work is any idea, then we will see some excellent world crafting here. I can only hope that the story, script, and acting are as great. They've proven they have the ability to craft something special. The Matrix was no fluke. That was the result of years and years of working on this world. Heck, they made a Keanu Reeves movie, one where his acting really wasn't all that great, a classic. That's no easy feat.
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7:34PM on 12/31/2014
Star Wars.

Happy New Year!
Star Wars.

Happy New Year!
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7:01PM on 12/31/2014

Big cruise fan

But he is looking older finally. He generally puts out quality for the most part, I will go see this for sure.
But he is looking older finally. He generally puts out quality for the most part, I will go see this for sure.
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6:58PM on 12/31/2014

HmmmmmG

Goggins and Jackson reprising the Django roles or characterizations??
Goggins and Jackson reprising the Django roles or characterizations??
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6:56PM on 12/31/2014

Looking great

But Die Antworm or whatever, why why why?
But Die Antworm or whatever, why why why?
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6:54PM on 12/31/2014
My most anticipated of 2015.
My most anticipated of 2015.
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6:54PM on 12/31/2014

not much is known

But it is in the top of my list! I understand, you like the director and cast so get excited about it, but still.
But it is in the top of my list! I understand, you like the director and cast so get excited about it, but still.
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6:51PM on 12/31/2014

snooze

Not even shot yet? lol. ok
Not even shot yet? lol. ok
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6:34PM on 12/31/2014

You are so wrong

The trailer looked great! I won't lie, this review means nothing to me.
The trailer looked great! I won't lie, this review means nothing to me.
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6:15PM on 12/31/2014
Ultron and the Vision look to be inspired character designs and on screen depictions. Obviously budgetary and technological constraints prevent this and Civil War from being the complete ensembles their source materials were, but quality trumps quantity nearly every time.
Ultron and the Vision look to be inspired character designs and on screen depictions. Obviously budgetary and technological constraints prevent this and Civil War from being the complete ensembles their source materials were, but quality trumps quantity nearly every time.
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6:13PM on 12/31/2014
I'm so happy this iteration of Bond is being treated like a series with a beginning, middle and end. I'm in no rush for a new Bond actor as Craig has crafted his own era-defining Bond that I doubt anybody will both to attempt to replicate, nor could they match. That said, I'm also very curious to see a potential Bond movie starring Idris Elba.
I'm so happy this iteration of Bond is being treated like a series with a beginning, middle and end. I'm in no rush for a new Bond actor as Craig has crafted his own era-defining Bond that I doubt anybody will both to attempt to replicate, nor could they match. That said, I'm also very curious to see a potential Bond movie starring Idris Elba.
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6:11PM on 12/31/2014
It looks good but perhaps I'm jaded in that its scope is not exactly mind blowing to me.
It looks good but perhaps I'm jaded in that its scope is not exactly mind blowing to me.
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6:10PM on 12/31/2014
I think this will be dependable Jurassic Park. Perhaps game changing and guaranteed to be satisfying and consistent. People are afraid of Trevorrow's lack of a track record and something about the teaser rubbed people the wrong way, clearly, but I didn't feel any of the apprehension that most people described. I'm psyched for everything this film has to offer.
I think this will be dependable Jurassic Park. Perhaps game changing and guaranteed to be satisfying and consistent. People are afraid of Trevorrow's lack of a track record and something about the teaser rubbed people the wrong way, clearly, but I didn't feel any of the apprehension that most people described. I'm psyched for everything this film has to offer.
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6:08PM on 12/31/2014
Clooney takes the occasional GRAVITY or TOMORROWLAND for his $20MM+ paycheck and backend points so that he can afford or co-finance his smaller movies like The Ides of March or The American or Syriana, which either cost less than $20MM to produce or had large budgets due to ambitious productions, but no major actor salaries. He's one of the few guys in hollywood whom I believe when he says he doesn't care about money and views the major paychecks as a means to protect his privacy and finance
Clooney takes the occasional GRAVITY or TOMORROWLAND for his $20MM+ paycheck and backend points so that he can afford or co-finance his smaller movies like The Ides of March or The American or Syriana, which either cost less than $20MM to produce or had large budgets due to ambitious productions, but no major actor salaries. He's one of the few guys in hollywood whom I believe when he says he doesn't care about money and views the major paychecks as a means to protect his privacy and finance his passion projects.
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6:01PM on 12/31/2014
Edgar Wright's style is so very British and goofy. It's wonderful but probably wouldn't translate well to a comic book movie within the MCU. I don't thin Peyton Reed is a Yes Man/Company Man (no pun intended) but he is conventional enough to bring us a film that doesn't run the risk of alienating middle American audiences the way Scott Pilgrim or his Cornetto trilogy did.
Edgar Wright's style is so very British and goofy. It's wonderful but probably wouldn't translate well to a comic book movie within the MCU. I don't thin Peyton Reed is a Yes Man/Company Man (no pun intended) but he is conventional enough to bring us a film that doesn't run the risk of alienating middle American audiences the way Scott Pilgrim or his Cornetto trilogy did.
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5:57PM on 12/31/2014
Interesting cast. Bruce Dern came off as senile and mentally deteriorating on the red carpet at the Oscars recently, but on film, in character, he steals all his scenes. Bring this movie on.
Interesting cast. Bruce Dern came off as senile and mentally deteriorating on the red carpet at the Oscars recently, but on film, in character, he steals all his scenes. Bring this movie on.
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5:55PM on 12/31/2014
Chappie looks alright. Dev Patel looks awesome, as does Chappie himself. Something about Hugh Jackman's mullet is beautiful and mesmerizing. What worked for District 9 hurt Elysium. Chappie seems to continue the theme of bigotry, oppression and irrational fear of the unknown, without the browbeating of Elyisum...Or more of it but since Chappie is truly foreign to us, it'll be more palatable.
Chappie looks alright. Dev Patel looks awesome, as does Chappie himself. Something about Hugh Jackman's mullet is beautiful and mesmerizing. What worked for District 9 hurt Elysium. Chappie seems to continue the theme of bigotry, oppression and irrational fear of the unknown, without the browbeating of Elyisum...Or more of it but since Chappie is truly foreign to us, it'll be more palatable.
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5:48PM on 12/31/2014
Looks like something Del Toro made in the vein of his Spanish films, something smaller, more challenging to audiences and audaciously slavish to its genre's legacy, just with popular American/British actors.
Looks like something Del Toro made in the vein of his Spanish films, something smaller, more challenging to audiences and audaciously slavish to its genre's legacy, just with popular American/British actors.
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3:06PM on 12/31/2014
My 5:
Avengers 2
Inside Out
Jurassic World
Kingsman
Star Wars
My 5:
Avengers 2
Inside Out
Jurassic World
Kingsman
Star Wars
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1:47PM on 12/31/2014
Meh...It is interesting but I'm not sure it can sustain a drama the way it did a documentary.
Meh...It is interesting but I'm not sure it can sustain a drama the way it did a documentary.
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1:47PM on 12/31/2014
Could go either way...Ridley Scott is incredibly hit or miss, as are serious science fiction movies like this (Red Planet, Mission to Mars, etc.)
Could go either way...Ridley Scott is incredibly hit or miss, as are serious science fiction movies like this (Red Planet, Mission to Mars, etc.)
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1:45PM on 12/31/2014
I'm confident with Scott Cooper directing and Depp playing a real person, this film will be a return to normalcy, if not excellence, for Depp.
I'm confident with Scott Cooper directing and Depp playing a real person, this film will be a return to normalcy, if not excellence, for Depp.
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1:44PM on 12/31/2014
A who's who of character actors not yet household names enough to sell a movie on their presence alone, but together they're always the most intriguing actors in a production and now they're put together in one movie? I'm there opening night, another time that weekend and singing its praises all over social media!
A who's who of character actors not yet household names enough to sell a movie on their presence alone, but together they're always the most intriguing actors in a production and now they're put together in one movie? I'm there opening night, another time that weekend and singing its praises all over social media!
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1:42PM on 12/31/2014
Gyllenhaal has quietly and unexpectedly become one of the more diverse, intriguing actors out there. This feels like the Wrestler- an art house movie about brutish action sports. Gyllenhaal is on a role and Southpaw will only keep that training speeding up.
Gyllenhaal has quietly and unexpectedly become one of the more diverse, intriguing actors out there. This feels like the Wrestler- an art house movie about brutish action sports. Gyllenhaal is on a role and Southpaw will only keep that training speeding up.
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1:39PM on 12/31/2014
The preview looked good while they were in the future, then looked awful when they went back to re-write the original Terminator scene for scene. This franchise needs to be put to rest.
The preview looked good while they were in the future, then looked awful when they went back to re-write the original Terminator scene for scene. This franchise needs to be put to rest.
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1:38PM on 12/31/2014
Vin Diesel's career has always fascinated me. He seems to go away for long stretches of time, come out with an ambitious flick that fails to catch on (A Man Apart; Babylon A.D.; Find Me Guilty) then the Pacifier made tons of money but was quickly forgotten by pop culture and the Furious movies kinda kept him afloat, rich and powerful. Of course he's got his beloved Riddick franchise...Anyway I'm curious to see if this movie catches on and what kind of cultural impact it has for Diesel's career
Vin Diesel's career has always fascinated me. He seems to go away for long stretches of time, come out with an ambitious flick that fails to catch on (A Man Apart; Babylon A.D.; Find Me Guilty) then the Pacifier made tons of money but was quickly forgotten by pop culture and the Furious movies kinda kept him afloat, rich and powerful. Of course he's got his beloved Riddick franchise...Anyway I'm curious to see if this movie catches on and what kind of cultural impact it has for Diesel's career and legacy.
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1:21PM on 12/31/2014
I love me a great secret weapons cache reveal, cliche as they've become. Kingsman nailed it, from what I saw in the trailer. I'm ready to support this off-centre version of the Super Spy.
I love me a great secret weapons cache reveal, cliche as they've become. Kingsman nailed it, from what I saw in the trailer. I'm ready to support this off-centre version of the Super Spy.
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1:14PM on 12/31/2014
Yeah it'll move. Will be an awesome December at the movies if it doesn't.
Yeah it'll move. Will be an awesome December at the movies if it doesn't.
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1:13PM on 12/31/2014

Bring on the lens flares!

As a lifelong SW fan, I have high hopes for this. JJ Abrams is perfect to direct IMO, we have the original cast, the new cast is ridiculously talented, and the teaser was epic. If this movie doesn't get it right, then my future hopes for the franchise go way down.
As a lifelong SW fan, I have high hopes for this. JJ Abrams is perfect to direct IMO, we have the original cast, the new cast is ridiculously talented, and the teaser was epic. If this movie doesn't get it right, then my future hopes for the franchise go way down.
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1:12PM on 12/31/2014

The big concern is budget vs. public interest

It's fine to make a risky, different space opera flick. It's not fine if that flick cost nearly $200 million and all signs point to it making around $60 million domestic. For financial reasons alone they need this movie to earn a minimum of $200 million domestic, $300 million global and another $200 million in VOD and DVD/Blu-Ray sales. That's just not gonna happen. If this movie makes $100 million domestic I'll be impressed. If it becomes a cult hit and makes another $50 or $100 million in
It's fine to make a risky, different space opera flick. It's not fine if that flick cost nearly $200 million and all signs point to it making around $60 million domestic. For financial reasons alone they need this movie to earn a minimum of $200 million domestic, $300 million global and another $200 million in VOD and DVD/Blu-Ray sales. That's just not gonna happen. If this movie makes $100 million domestic I'll be impressed. If it becomes a cult hit and makes another $50 or $100 million in home rentals/sales/digital downloads, I'll also be impressed. But that's half of what the studio needs it to make. Simply put they made a quarter-billion dollar art house film and then crapped their pants when they realized the financial blitzkrieg they had doomed themselves to.
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1:11PM on 12/31/2014
The last two were a riot. Looks fun.
The last two were a riot. Looks fun.
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1:07PM on 12/31/2014
Love the MCU for the most part. I'm excited.
Love the MCU for the most part. I'm excited.
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1:07PM on 12/31/2014
My biggest concern is a complete void of marketing or promotion aside from the cast giving soundbites. Yet, the soundbites dump all over the legacy of Stan Lee, Marvel comics and their characters by alluding to the movie not being at all like other super hero movies and being "grounded in reality/being very realistic/gritty" when all of those are the opposite of Fantastic Four.
My biggest concern is a complete void of marketing or promotion aside from the cast giving soundbites. Yet, the soundbites dump all over the legacy of Stan Lee, Marvel comics and their characters by alluding to the movie not being at all like other super hero movies and being "grounded in reality/being very realistic/gritty" when all of those are the opposite of Fantastic Four.
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1:06PM on 12/31/2014
This is my vote for "most likely to be a huge letdown" in 2015. Last time we were in the world of dinosaurs, the T-Rex San Diego incident closed the islands and it was basically illegal for anyone to go there. Now, we have a fully functioning theme park there again? One that lets the tourists get in glass bubbles right up next to these creatures, has trained good guy raptors, a new mutant dinosaur, and a lot of unnecessary CGI. Anyone wanna take bets on the RT rating when it comes out?
This is my vote for "most likely to be a huge letdown" in 2015. Last time we were in the world of dinosaurs, the T-Rex San Diego incident closed the islands and it was basically illegal for anyone to go there. Now, we have a fully functioning theme park there again? One that lets the tourists get in glass bubbles right up next to these creatures, has trained good guy raptors, a new mutant dinosaur, and a lot of unnecessary CGI. Anyone wanna take bets on the RT rating when it comes out?
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7:04PM on 12/31/2014
Money can accomplish anything, even opening the park again. don't over-think it, its a dinosaur movie.
Money can accomplish anything, even opening the park again. don't over-think it, its a dinosaur movie.
1:05PM on 12/31/2014
District 9 was awesome. Elysium not so much for me. However I loved Bloomkamp's robot shorts so really looking forward to this!
District 9 was awesome. Elysium not so much for me. However I loved Bloomkamp's robot shorts so really looking forward to this!
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1:00PM on 12/31/2014
I'm not as Bird crazy as everyone else, but he does make solid films. And this trailer really hooked me.
I'm not as Bird crazy as everyone else, but he does make solid films. And this trailer really hooked me.
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12:54PM on 12/31/2014
Call this my most anticipated of 2015. Yes, even more than Star Wars.
Call this my most anticipated of 2015. Yes, even more than Star Wars.
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12:52PM on 12/31/2014

Don't get the Elysium hate still

I have rewatched District 9 and Elysium multiple times and I think Copley and Blomkamp are as much a winning duo as any. Seriously looking forward to this one. And does anyone else get the feeling that this is the PERFECT movie for Die Antwoord??
I have rewatched District 9 and Elysium multiple times and I think Copley and Blomkamp are as much a winning duo as any. Seriously looking forward to this one. And does anyone else get the feeling that this is the PERFECT movie for Die Antwoord??
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11:47AM on 12/31/2014

This teaser trailer did exactly what a teaser is supposed to do

I'm am SERIOUSLY buzzed for this flick. I just hope it's not another INTO DARKNESS or PHANTOM MENACE.
I'm am SERIOUSLY buzzed for this flick. I just hope it's not another INTO DARKNESS or PHANTOM MENACE.
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11:45AM on 12/31/2014

Didn't realize what a great year it was going to be until now.

Knew it was going to be good but not this good. My top 5 (all mandatory visits to the theater).

5. Hateful 8

4. Kindsman

3. Avengers 2

2. Fury Road

1. Specter

Knew it was going to be good but not this good. My top 5 (all mandatory visits to the theater).

5. Hateful 8

4. Kindsman

3. Avengers 2

2. Fury Road

1. Specter

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11:42AM on 12/31/2014

So far, so good

I want this movie to do well.
I want this movie to do well.
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11:41AM on 12/31/2014

I'm seriously buzzed for this flick

Brad Bird is 4/4 with me, so I really want to see how this plays out. And yes, George Clooney has a great ear for interesting films.
Brad Bird is 4/4 with me, so I really want to see how this plays out. And yes, George Clooney has a great ear for interesting films.
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11:38AM on 12/31/2014

I love, love the trailers I've seen for this

Even the wife is excited for this flick, which takes some doing.
Even the wife is excited for this flick, which takes some doing.
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11:37AM on 12/31/2014

I have a bad feeling about this

I enjoyed CLOUD ATLAS but the trailer made me giggle - and not in a good way.
I enjoyed CLOUD ATLAS but the trailer made me giggle - and not in a good way.
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11:32AM on 12/31/2014

I might have to finally give in and see this one.

Not my franchise but I'm tempted to watch it for Statham. I know it won't happen but I'm rooting for him to kick the shit out of Vin Diesel and the Rock.
Not my franchise but I'm tempted to watch it for Statham. I know it won't happen but I'm rooting for him to kick the shit out of Vin Diesel and the Rock.
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7:05PM on 01/02/2015
There's a chance he might live considering it's Jason Statham, even if he loses the fight.

In this particular instance, I'm not jumping to the conclusion that he's gonna die just because he's the villain.
There's a chance he might live considering it's Jason Statham, even if he loses the fight.

In this particular instance, I'm not jumping to the conclusion that he's gonna die just because he's the villain.
11:30AM on 12/31/2014
Didn't know Judy Greer was in this. That does more to increase my excitement than anything else so far.
Didn't know Judy Greer was in this. That does more to increase my excitement than anything else so far.
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11:26AM on 12/31/2014
Actually pretty excited for this after the newer trailer.
Actually pretty excited for this after the newer trailer.
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11:25AM on 12/31/2014
On the plus side though, Kate Mara.
On the plus side though, Kate Mara.
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10:44AM on 12/31/2014

A big gamble

But I think JJ got it right.
But I think JJ got it right.
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10:44AM on 12/31/2014
Avengers blew me away and hopefully this does the same. the addition of Spader just makes this even more of a must see for me
Avengers blew me away and hopefully this does the same. the addition of Spader just makes this even more of a must see for me
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10:43AM on 12/31/2014

It's Bond

I am there opening night...like the new series
I am there opening night...like the new series
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10:42AM on 12/31/2014

That trailer

Hopefully the movie lives up to the amazing trailer. Hardy is an amazing actor,
Hopefully the movie lives up to the amazing trailer. Hardy is an amazing actor,
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10:42AM on 12/31/2014
the kid inside me thinks it is going to be amazing but what I saw from the trailer doesn't make me hopeful. The swimming dinosaur does look good though
the kid inside me thinks it is going to be amazing but what I saw from the trailer doesn't make me hopeful. The swimming dinosaur does look good though
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10:41AM on 12/31/2014
Hopefully this will be something memorable with Bird behind the camera. His Mission Impossible was amazing and I look forward to seeing what he has in store for us with more control.
Hopefully this will be something memorable with Bird behind the camera. His Mission Impossible was amazing and I look forward to seeing what he has in store for us with more control.
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10:39AM on 12/31/2014

Big act to follow

I consider "Ghost Protocol" to be one of the best action movies of all time. If they can top it I will be surprised
I consider "Ghost Protocol" to be one of the best action movies of all time. If they can top it I will be surprised
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10:39AM on 12/31/2014

Will have a huge opening weekend

I will check it out even though these films are very hit and miss for me.
I will check it out even though these films are very hit and miss for me.
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10:38AM on 12/31/2014
It will be a good film but very safe. glad to see Rudd as a super hero because he definitely has the charisma done pat
It will be a good film but very safe. glad to see Rudd as a super hero because he definitely has the charisma done pat
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10:37AM on 12/31/2014

Glad i never read the script

Now I can take it all in the way it was supposed to be seen...on the big screen.
Now I can take it all in the way it was supposed to be seen...on the big screen.
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10:36AM on 12/31/2014
Love the premise and know, between the lessons and emotional parts, it will be violent as hell
Love the premise and know, between the lessons and emotional parts, it will be violent as hell
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10:12AM on 12/31/2014
Excited about the pairing of Jessica Chastain and Del Toro.
Excited about the pairing of Jessica Chastain and Del Toro.
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10:05AM on 12/31/2014
God yes!
God yes!
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10:00AM on 12/31/2014
Yeah it's not looking too great is it? They should have gone forward instead of back. Salvation may not have been the best but I feel it was at least the right direction.
Yeah it's not looking too great is it? They should have gone forward instead of back. Salvation may not have been the best but I feel it was at least the right direction.
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9:54AM on 12/31/2014
I like the Wachowskis willingness to try new things. Sure they disappeared up their own butthole in The Matrix sequals but overall I think their bread of director helps keep Hollywood fresh. Casting is the only question mark for me. I have enjoyed the leads before but not in dramatic roles. We'll see.
I like the Wachowskis willingness to try new things. Sure they disappeared up their own butthole in The Matrix sequals but overall I think their bread of director helps keep Hollywood fresh. Casting is the only question mark for me. I have enjoyed the leads before but not in dramatic roles. We'll see.
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9:49AM on 12/31/2014
Going by the news so far I feel the best case scenario for movie goers will be a good film. So far so good. However, the best case for FF4 fans appears likely to be no FF4 movie next year. Bummer.
Going by the news so far I feel the best case scenario for movie goers will be a good film. So far so good. However, the best case for FF4 fans appears likely to be no FF4 movie next year. Bummer.
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9:45AM on 12/31/2014
These two always do nice work together and looking forward to this film
These two always do nice work together and looking forward to this film
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9:45AM on 12/31/2014

This year??

This project has been through the ringer and it would be a great success story if it came out and kicked ass. I love Sorkin and I can't wait for this project to come out.
This project has been through the ringer and it would be a great success story if it came out and kicked ass. I love Sorkin and I can't wait for this project to come out.
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9:43AM on 12/31/2014

Can't wait

Levitt is an amazing actor....Zemeckis proved that he still is capable of doing live action with 2012's 'Flight". The subject is interesting and the power of the cast and people making it should create something memorable
Levitt is an amazing actor....Zemeckis proved that he still is capable of doing live action with 2012's 'Flight". The subject is interesting and the power of the cast and people making it should create something memorable
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9:42AM on 12/31/2014
Exodus was terrible...hopefully he comes back strong with this film.
Exodus was terrible...hopefully he comes back strong with this film.
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9:41AM on 12/31/2014

Depp doesn't chew scenery in movies like this

I really hope this is a return to form for Depp....I really enjoyed him as an actor pre-Pirates
I really hope this is a return to form for Depp....I really enjoyed him as an actor pre-Pirates
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8:30AM on 12/31/2014
See previous film for why I will see this.
See previous film for why I will see this.
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8:30AM on 12/31/2014

There...

He is becoming one of those actors that I always am excited to see what he does. He floored me with "Nightcrawler" and it looks, based on the picture, that he is going to give another amazing performance.
He is becoming one of those actors that I always am excited to see what he does. He floored me with "Nightcrawler" and it looks, based on the picture, that he is going to give another amazing performance.
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8:28AM on 12/31/2014

Don't like the story

Just come up with an original story. Stop relying on the past films to make something new. The effects, though it is too early to judge, look terrible.
Just come up with an original story. Stop relying on the past films to make something new. The effects, though it is too early to judge, look terrible.
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8:27AM on 12/31/2014

The more I hear and I see

The more I like. I like how violent and unforgiving it looks. Plus, it is nice to see Firth do something fun like this. I usually don't go to the movies that often the first few months, but I will definitely check this out.
The more I like. I like how violent and unforgiving it looks. Plus, it is nice to see Firth do something fun like this. I usually don't go to the movies that often the first few months, but I will definitely check this out.
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8:26AM on 12/31/2014
This thing just looks like something you would see on late night tv. It looks incredibly cheesy. I did like "Cloud Atlas", so I will cross my fingers.
This thing just looks like something you would see on late night tv. It looks incredibly cheesy. I did like "Cloud Atlas", so I will cross my fingers.
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8:23AM on 12/31/2014

It is going to bomb or be a sleeper...but I think the former

This thing is going to have to be extremely good to win over the people against it. The fact that we haven't seen a single thing from it, besides a few shots, does not sit well. I am pulling for it...I like underdogs
This thing is going to have to be extremely good to win over the people against it. The fact that we haven't seen a single thing from it, besides a few shots, does not sit well. I am pulling for it...I like underdogs
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4:08AM on 12/31/2014
Sarah Conner Chronicles was awesome
Sarah Conner Chronicles was awesome
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9:40AM on 12/31/2014
Exactly what i was going to say.
Exactly what i was going to say.
1:21AM on 12/31/2014

Hands down

Most anticipated is Mad Max and this is coming from a Star Wars junkie. Though that is a very close second. Also, I can't wait for Michael Mann's return with Blackhat...
Most anticipated is Mad Max and this is coming from a Star Wars junkie. Though that is a very close second. Also, I can't wait for Michael Mann's return with Blackhat...
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12:27AM on 12/31/2014

The Force Begins ?

You are SO excited about this film you got the title wrong ^^ I believe it is The Force Awakens :)
You are SO excited about this film you got the title wrong ^^ I believe it is The Force Awakens :)
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1:26AM on 12/31/2014
If nothing else, seeing that made me laugh pretty hard.
If nothing else, seeing that made me laugh pretty hard.
12:16AM on 12/31/2014
Lots to look forward to in 2015! I'm also looking forward to Wirght's Pan movie, Inside Out (after a year without a Pixar film), and the final Hunger Games movie.
Lots to look forward to in 2015! I'm also looking forward to Wirght's Pan movie, Inside Out (after a year without a Pixar film), and the final Hunger Games movie.
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11:14PM on 12/30/2014
This is my personal favorite for 2015. Mendes proved himself more than capable of making a top tier Bond film.
This is my personal favorite for 2015. Mendes proved himself more than capable of making a top tier Bond film.
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