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04.24.2016by: Chris Bumbray

2016 Top 25 Summer Movie Preview (+video)

It's funny, to me it almost feels like the summer movie season has already started, with BATMAN V SUPERMAN arguably having kicked-it-off in March. With that and THE JUNGLE BOOK grossing nearly a billion bucks, the whole idea of people only really going to movies in the summer has fallen by the way side, and to me this upcoming season is a reflection of that as it doesn't seem all that more exciting than any other season.

That said, I'm sure this summer will be a make-or-break time for many franchises, and as such the season's loaded up with action, superheros and movie stars. The following is a list of out most anticipated films. Agree or disagree? Strikeback below and check out our video preview right here!

25. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

While the big TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES reboot didn't exactly set the world on fire, it wound-up making a nice chunk of change. Thus, we now have a sequel, with EARTH TO ECHO director Dave Green taking over for Jonathan Liebsman. The trailer is actually pretty decent, scored to The Beastie Boys's hard-rocking "No Sleep Till Brooklyn" and featuring glimpses of Arrow star Stephen Amell as fan-fave Casey Jones, more Shredder, more Megan Fox hotness and...Tyler Perry???

24. Pete's Dragon

Does the world really need a PETE'S DRAGON remake? While we're not quite sure of what to make of this one here at JoBlo.com, the presence of AINT THEM BODIES SAINTS director David Lowery at the helm and Robert Redford (and Bryce Dallas Howard) in the cast certainly promises a classy production from the house of mouse. It's worth mentioning that first trailer is actually quite arty. Disney by way of Terrence Malick???

23. Lights Out

This supernatural horror romp starring Teresa Palmer normally wouldn't have been high-profile enough to make our top twenty-five, but director David Sandberg's short film this is based on became a viral sensation and all the studios seem really high on the guy. Could LIGHTS OUT mark the arrival of a major new talent???

22. War Dogs

THE HANGOVER director Todd Phillips has been trying to stretch for years now, to the point that the third film in that series was barely even a comedy anymore. WAR DOGS, the true story of two frat boy arms dealers played by Jonah Hill and Miles Teller, looks like a solid, Wolf of Wall Street-style romp about two absolute assholes. Could this be the movie that elevates Phillips the same way THE BIG SHORT did for Adam McKay? Hopefully itíll be more than just a couple of jerks doing coke and partying. After all, we already have one Vinyl.

21. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

The Lonely Island crew Andy Sandberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone take another stab at Hollywood following their (underrated) flop HOT ROD with the more ambitious POPSTAR: NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING. A mockumentary that seems like a send-up of Justin Bieber, Sanberg stars as a popstar trying to maintain his popularity, while his entourage, including SNLís Bill Hader, Sarah Silverman and more keep spending his money. The trailer is pretty slick and hilarious, so this might be the R-rated, raunchy comedy hit of the summer Ė or a total flop. Weíll see.

20. The Founder

The Founder, is a rare prestige-level drama for the summer movie season, starring Michael Keaton as the infamous Ray Kroc ,founder of McDonalds. This is apparently a Citizen Kane-styles rise-and-fall with some serious Oscar heat on it, although one wonders why itís coming out in August? At the very least itíll be interesting counter-programming and expect Nick Offerman to steal scenes as one of the original McDonald brothers.

19. Ben-Hur

Now, this is another one our readers arenít keen on, with many wondering why a studio would remake William Wyler's Charlton Heston classic (even though that film itself was a remake), with the buzz being this is a faith-driven tent-pole heavy on the religion. However, director Timur Beckmanbetov always makes visually arresting films and lead Jack Huston is primed for a breakout part. I also have to imagine Paramount wouldn't fork-out too much cash on a movie that's basically a long Sunday school lesson and it's worth noting the Christian themes are largely absent from the trailer.

18. Sausage Party

This very adult, CG-animated comedy that blew the roof off of SXSW. Seth Rogan and Kristen Wiig (as well as Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton and Salma Hayek) play groceries that discover, to their horror and theyíre about to be eaten and stage a revolt. It looks and sounds weird, but apparently itís hilarious.

17. Alice Through the Looking Glass

While Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND made over a billion dollars worldwide, did anyone actually like it? Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska are back as The Mad Hatter and Alice, but Burton's sitting this one out, with THE MUPPETS' James Bobin as his replacement. That said, the trailer Ė scored to Pinkís cover of White Rabbit isnít half bad (and very, very weird) Ė so maybe itíll surprise us?

16. Free State of Jones

Coming from THE HUNGER GAMES and SEABISCUIT director Gary Ross, FREE STATE OF JONES looks like a stirring period epic and another strong part for star Matthew McConaughey. Here, he plays a confederate soldier during the Civil War who rebels and starts his own colony where he protects southern slaves, falling in love with one of them, played by the gorgeous Gugu Mbawtha Raw, along the way.

15. Now You See Me 2

This one reminds me a bit of THE HUNSTMAN, in that while NOW YOU SEE ME was a sleeper, did anyone actually think it remitted a sequel? Lionsgate seems to think so, with a third already in the scripting phase. Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo and the rest of the gang Ė minus Isla Fisher whoís being replaced by Lizzy Caplan Ė are back as the Four Horseman, with Danile Radcliffe joining them for some magical hi-jinx. Well, if thereís anything Radcliffe knows about, itís magic, right?

14. The Legend of Tarzan

Alexander Skarsgard stars as the titular vine-swinging hero, with Margot Robbie as Jane, with the two called back to the jungle after years in London. Samuel L. Jackson co-stars as an American showman who becomes Tarzanís buddy, helping him foil a plot by the dastardly Christoph Waltz, playing yet another bad guy. The most interesting thing about this is that itís directed by David Yates, who did a great job on the last few Harry Potter movies, so obviously Warner Bros has a lot invested in it.

13. Warcraft

Based on the ever popular role-playing game, and directed by Duncan Jones (SOURCE CODE, MOON), WARCRAFT is one of the huge question marks of the summer. Many are already predicting that this mega-budget wannabe franchise-starter will fizzle, with many pointing to the fact that Vikings Travis Fimmel is too unknown to be a star, while super-ambitious fantasy hasn't fared too well lately either. Still, it could surprise everyone. Based on Jones's previous work, I have to believe it'll be at least OK.

12. Ghostbusters

This reboot has already proven to be one of the most controversial movies of the year, and it doesn't even come out for another two months! Directed by Bridesmaids Paul Feig, starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon as the four new Ghostbusters, many fans have been in an uproar over this all-female reboot. While the trailer for this rubbed hardcore fans the wrong way, with Wiig, McCarthy and Feig involved itís hard to believe this won't be worthwhile, and while no reboot was really warranted, people should probably relax and give it a shot.

11. Neighbors 2

Now, we all loved the first NEIGHBORS, which gave new life to Zac Efron's career (saving him from the post Disney purgatory that's hit a lot of his HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL co-stars hard) and gave Seth Rogan another huge hit under-his-belt, along with providing Rose Byrne a fine comic showcase of her own. In this sequel, Chloe Grace Moretz and Selena Gomez start up a sorority which makes the first movieís frat boys look tame, forcing Rogan and Byrne to call in their handsome new pal, Efron to get rid of the gals!

10. The Conjuring 2

Since the last CONJURING, director James Wan helped Furious 7 gross over a billion dollars, but he turned down a crack at the sequel to return to this much smaller-scaled franchise, re-teaming with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as paranormal investigators Earl and Lorraine Warrens as they investigate a new haunting. Considering the lame spin-off ANNABELLE made so much money, expect this to make a mint.

9. Finding Dory

While on the surface, FINDING DORY seems like another unwarranted sequel, the fact remains that FINDING NEMO remains one of Pixar's most beloved films and while an original from them would be more exciting, they rarely (if ever) go wrong. The first twenty-seven minutes recently screened at Cinemacon in Vegas, and the response was wildly enthusiastic.

8. The BFG

If it wasn't for Steven Spielberg at the helm, I doubt anyone would be all that enthused for this adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic. But, Spielberg plus newly minted Oscar-winner Mark Rylance and a berth at Cannes signals THE BFG just might be one very special family movie and a new classic. Fingers crossed!

7. Star Trek Beyond

So why doesn't the third installment in the STAR TREK reboot rank higher. With Justin Lin ant the helm, the first trailer definitely made this look more like a FAST & FURIOUS flick than anything resembling Star Trek. Yet, Trekkie Simon Pegg had a hand in the screenplay, and Idris Elba looks like an inspired choice to play the villain, so we'll see. Hopefully it'll at least be better than STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS.

6. Independence Day: Resurgence

While it's been a full twenty years since ID4 (!),this isnít a reboot, but a full-on sequel, albeit without star Will Smith. Jeff Godlblum, and Bill Pullman are back, with Liam Hemsworth, Jessie Usher and Maika Monroe as the new leads. I actually visited the set of this last year and I can say this Ė itíll be BIG. Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin have set out to make something on an even larger scale than the first, and if it works it'll really work.

5. The Nice Guys

Shane Black's THE NICE GUYS seems like a welcome change-of-pace in a summer full of superhero movies and sequels. An action-comedy in the vein of Black's own KISS KISS BANG BANG, Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe looks like a classic buddy-pair in the making, and if Black knows anything, it's big screen buddies (i.e LETHAL WEAPON). The period setting (1975) gives it a nice flavor and those early trailers are terrific.

4. Suicide Squad

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE pissed off many fanboys despite making close to a billion dollars. I actually didn't think it was half-bad but considering the blasting I took on Twitter after my review, it seems I was in the minority. In a way, SUICIDE SQUAD is really DCís make or break film, with Jared Letoís Joker already wildly controversial, although Margot Robbieís Harley Quinn is already iconic. Will Smith also looks great as Deadshot, and the trailers are terrific. I predict this will emerge one of the biggest hits of the summer, but will people actually like it? Your guess is as good as mine!

3. X-Men: Apocalypse

While Hugh Jackman may be sitting this X-MEN installment out, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, Michael Fassbender as Magneto and James McAvoy as the now bald professor X are all back and while Oscar Issac is a controversial choice for bad guy Apocalypse, in director Bryan Singer we trust! Our own Paul Shirey visited the set and said it looked amazing.

2. Jason Bourne

I'm putting JASON BOURNE is as my second most anticipated movie of the summer. Matt Damon returns to his mega franchise alongside Paul Greengrass for the first time in nine years, and to borrow from another super-spy, "nobody does it better!" Quite simply Ė no Damon, no Bourne Ė even if you have Jeremy Renner. This looks to be bigger than all the other Bourneís put together Ė with the trailer promising epic-level action. The supporting cast is strong as always, with Alicia Vikander, Tommy Lee Jones, Vincent Cassel and more.

1. Captain America: Civil War

Well, there's no surprise here, right? Who hasn't been salivating for this one since it was announced the Russo Brothers would be directing an adaptation of the CIVIL WAR story-line. This looks like the AVENGERS follow-up we really wanted instead of last year's overstuffed AGE OF ULTRON and the reviews are already through the roof, with many saying it's the best Marvel movie ever.

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7:52AM on 04/26/2016

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5:13PM on 04/25/2016

Bottom 5

5: The BFG; Speilberg has been hit an miss, especially at the box office
4: Free State of Jones, Won't play well in the south
2: Pop Star: Who is the audience,
3: Sausage Party; R rated cartoons don't do well
2: Ghostbusters: Your right about it being unneeded and Melissa McCarthy has been trending down.
1: Independence Day: Resurgence; No Will Smith, Roland Emmerich has a high average of revenue but all most all
in the last decade, Last few have lost money. Will join The Huntsman in
5: The BFG; Speilberg has been hit an miss, especially at the box office
4: Free State of Jones, Won't play well in the south
2: Pop Star: Who is the audience,
3: Sausage Party; R rated cartoons don't do well
2: Ghostbusters: Your right about it being unneeded and Melissa McCarthy has been trending down.
1: Independence Day: Resurgence; No Will Smith, Roland Emmerich has a high average of revenue but all most all
in the last decade, Last few have lost money. Will join The Huntsman in the tank,.
Honorable Mention: Bourne. Matt Damon's only hit in a while was The Martian. It had a strong cast. He's spent the last decade pissing off half of his Audience. I see this one doing well overseas but underperfoming in the states
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12:35PM on 04/25/2016
Wow. 0 for 2 on spelling of Samberg.
Wow. 0 for 2 on spelling of Samberg.
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12:34PM on 04/25/2016
Nope. Not really looking forward.
Nope. Not really looking forward.
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12:33PM on 04/25/2016
I am all kinds of excited for this. ID4 was one of my favs as a child.
I am all kinds of excited for this. ID4 was one of my favs as a child.
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12:25PM on 04/25/2016

I Like TMNT

I was so negative going into the movie, but liked the Turtles. Hated parts of movie with April in, but Will Arnett helped. They got the characterization of the Turtles right so yeah.
I was so negative going into the movie, but liked the Turtles. Hated parts of movie with April in, but Will Arnett helped. They got the characterization of the Turtles right so yeah.
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9:38AM on 04/25/2016
I don't think this will be anywhere near as good as the original. But at the same time, I'm not writing this off because of the female cast. I think this has potential to be a great movie. But at the same time, based on the trailers, they're walking a tight line on capturing the magic of the original and letting this turn into a slapstick comedy fest.
I don't think this will be anywhere near as good as the original. But at the same time, I'm not writing this off because of the female cast. I think this has potential to be a great movie. But at the same time, based on the trailers, they're walking a tight line on capturing the magic of the original and letting this turn into a slapstick comedy fest.
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9:36AM on 04/25/2016
I actually liked Neighbors, I like Rogen, and I think Efron can be funny when he has the right script. But this just looks like a pointless sequel that no one wanted or asked for.
I actually liked Neighbors, I like Rogen, and I think Efron can be funny when he has the right script. But this just looks like a pointless sequel that no one wanted or asked for.
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9:35AM on 04/25/2016
Eh, whatever....
Eh, whatever....
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9:34AM on 04/25/2016
It's rare that sequels to something like Finding Nemo ever live up to it's hype. But at the same time, Pixar knows how to put story first, so I don't want to completely write this one off. Regardless, I'm sure I'll be taking my niece to see this one in theatres.
It's rare that sequels to something like Finding Nemo ever live up to it's hype. But at the same time, Pixar knows how to put story first, so I don't want to completely write this one off. Regardless, I'm sure I'll be taking my niece to see this one in theatres.
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9:33AM on 04/25/2016
Never read the book so don't know what the expect. But at the end of the day, Spielberg has never done me wrong when I've purchased a movie ticket....
Never read the book so don't know what the expect. But at the end of the day, Spielberg has never done me wrong when I've purchased a movie ticket....
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9:33AM on 04/25/2016
I want this to succeed, I think Pegg's script is the best this rebooted world has come to capturing the ideas/themes of the original Trek. And I think it's done a great job to course-correct the franchise after Star Trek Into Darkness. But the trailer definitely looks more Fast and Furious than Star Trek, but who knows? Maybe the trailer editor misunderstood his instructions on cutting the trailer.
I want this to succeed, I think Pegg's script is the best this rebooted world has come to capturing the ideas/themes of the original Trek. And I think it's done a great job to course-correct the franchise after Star Trek Into Darkness. But the trailer definitely looks more Fast and Furious than Star Trek, but who knows? Maybe the trailer editor misunderstood his instructions on cutting the trailer.
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9:31AM on 04/25/2016
Kind of excited for this one. While I never really thought ID needed a sequel, even with the 20 year gap I think they've pulled off, if nothing else, at least an entertaining 2 hours at the theatre.
Kind of excited for this one. While I never really thought ID needed a sequel, even with the 20 year gap I think they've pulled off, if nothing else, at least an entertaining 2 hours at the theatre.
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9:30AM on 04/25/2016
I think this is my second most anticipated movie of the summer behind the new Bourne film. Shane Black does buddy-cop/action movies well. So this is right up his alley, and its something so fresh and original in comparison to all the franchise sequels and/or epic blockbusters of the summer.
I think this is my second most anticipated movie of the summer behind the new Bourne film. Shane Black does buddy-cop/action movies well. So this is right up his alley, and its something so fresh and original in comparison to all the franchise sequels and/or epic blockbusters of the summer.
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9:27AM on 04/25/2016
After being completely let down by BvS, I'm putting the last of my interest in the DCEU on this movie. I think it has potential to really get people back on track after BvS completely split audiences. But at the same time, a movie featuring villains to superheroes in a world where we've never been introduced to either of the heroes or villains, might make it tough for audiences to get on board with the idea of this movie. Additionally, our first introduction to Joker that is not in a Batman
After being completely let down by BvS, I'm putting the last of my interest in the DCEU on this movie. I think it has potential to really get people back on track after BvS completely split audiences. But at the same time, a movie featuring villains to superheroes in a world where we've never been introduced to either of the heroes or villains, might make it tough for audiences to get on board with the idea of this movie. Additionally, our first introduction to Joker that is not in a Batman movie? It's a risky move, but if anyone can pull it off, it's David Ayer.
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9:25AM on 04/25/2016
The more I see of this movie, the less excited I get for it. When it was first announced I thought it would be amazing. Visually, it looks on par with everything else that's come before it. I think Apocalypse looks good, despite what the critics say. But at the end of the day, I just don't think it's bringing anything THAT new to the table.
The more I see of this movie, the less excited I get for it. When it was first announced I thought it would be amazing. Visually, it looks on par with everything else that's come before it. I think Apocalypse looks good, despite what the critics say. But at the end of the day, I just don't think it's bringing anything THAT new to the table.
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9:23AM on 04/25/2016
I honestly can't wait for this movie. It's definitely at the top of my list for the summer. I thought The Bourne Ultimatum ended the story wonderfully. But I think they messed it up with The Bourne Legacy. So I'm happy to see Damon back as Bourne. i'm not sure if this will be a proper ending or what, but I'm always up for more Jason Bourne.
I honestly can't wait for this movie. It's definitely at the top of my list for the summer. I thought The Bourne Ultimatum ended the story wonderfully. But I think they messed it up with The Bourne Legacy. So I'm happy to see Damon back as Bourne. i'm not sure if this will be a proper ending or what, but I'm always up for more Jason Bourne.
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9:21AM on 04/25/2016
I feel like this movie is really the culmination of phase 2 for the MCU. I think there has been more work to build towards this storyline in Phase 2 than there was for Age of Ultron. With Deadpool as the exception, I've been getting kind of bored with superhero movies lately (they entertain, but all have the same plot). I thought BvS would re-invigorate my love for the genre, but that did more to keep me turned off. I'm putting my faith on this movie to keep me interested, because based on
I feel like this movie is really the culmination of phase 2 for the MCU. I think there has been more work to build towards this storyline in Phase 2 than there was for Age of Ultron. With Deadpool as the exception, I've been getting kind of bored with superhero movies lately (they entertain, but all have the same plot). I thought BvS would re-invigorate my love for the genre, but that did more to keep me turned off. I'm putting my faith on this movie to keep me interested, because based on this list there are a ton of great movies to get invested in instead of the MCU or DCEU.
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8:44AM on 04/25/2016
I assumed DOFP would be disappointing but ended up enjoying it, so my similar hesitance about this film (director, casting, etc) will no doubt prove unfounded.
I assumed DOFP would be disappointing but ended up enjoying it, so my similar hesitance about this film (director, casting, etc) will no doubt prove unfounded.
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8:34AM on 04/25/2016
Actually sounds pretty good with Keaton on board.
Actually sounds pretty good with Keaton on board.
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8:31AM on 04/25/2016
The trailer made it look like a very different proposition to the original, and compared to a lot of Disney's films, even their animated / live-action hybrid features, Pete's Dragon is almost a little forgotten, so it probably gives them a little more freedom with a reworking.
The trailer made it look like a very different proposition to the original, and compared to a lot of Disney's films, even their animated / live-action hybrid features, Pete's Dragon is almost a little forgotten, so it probably gives them a little more freedom with a reworking.
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8:22AM on 04/25/2016
Greengrass and Damon are back and I can't wait to see the mayhem they have in store
Greengrass and Damon are back and I can't wait to see the mayhem they have in store
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8:22AM on 04/25/2016
This movie is going to be amazing...I can't wait until next Friday
This movie is going to be amazing...I can't wait until next Friday
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8:21AM on 04/25/2016
The more I see of this movie, the more my faith is dropping, and the CGI is just awful looking.
The more I see of this movie, the more my faith is dropping, and the CGI is just awful looking.
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8:21AM on 04/25/2016
There is so much riding on this movie: recovering from BvS, Leto's Joker, and expanding on the universe. I think this will wash the bad taste out of everyone's mouths. I can't wait to see Robbie because I think she is not only beautiful but a great new talent.
There is so much riding on this movie: recovering from BvS, Leto's Joker, and expanding on the universe. I think this will wash the bad taste out of everyone's mouths. I can't wait to see Robbie because I think she is not only beautiful but a great new talent.
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2:41PM on 04/25/2016
there is nothing to recover from.
there is nothing to recover from.
8:19AM on 04/25/2016
I think this will be the sleeper of the summer. Great cast, amazing writing, and a hell of a good time at the movies.
I think this will be the sleeper of the summer. Great cast, amazing writing, and a hell of a good time at the movies.
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8:18AM on 04/25/2016
I was all in for this but the last trailer made me feel that this will be the same overly CGI bs that those two directors are known for
I was all in for this but the last trailer made me feel that this will be the same overly CGI bs that those two directors are known for
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2:43PM on 04/25/2016
Dean Devlin isn't a director. Thanks (sure hes done very very small stuff)
Dean Devlin isn't a director. Thanks (sure hes done very very small stuff)
8:15AM on 04/25/2016
I am pulling for it but I think with JJ gone, it will really show the weaknesses that this franchise has
I am pulling for it but I think with JJ gone, it will really show the weaknesses that this franchise has
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8:15AM on 04/25/2016
If anyone can do Dahl justice it is Spielberg
If anyone can do Dahl justice it is Spielberg
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8:13AM on 04/25/2016
I don't know about his one. I think is is going to have the direct to video feel to it
I don't know about his one. I think is is going to have the direct to video feel to it
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8:12AM on 04/25/2016
No, it looks like a film that will just repeat the same jokes over from the original. Plus, I love Moretz, but she seems miscast here
No, it looks like a film that will just repeat the same jokes over from the original. Plus, I love Moretz, but she seems miscast here
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8:11AM on 04/25/2016
I am the minority here but I think this will be good. Again, it won't touch the original but Feig is a good director.
I am the minority here but I think this will be good. Again, it won't touch the original but Feig is a good director.
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8:09AM on 04/25/2016
I never played the game but looks like it maybe a pretty decent film. Jones isn't an empty headed director.
I never played the game but looks like it maybe a pretty decent film. Jones isn't an empty headed director.
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8:07AM on 04/25/2016
I trust Yates will prove me wrong because I don't how faith in it so far
I trust Yates will prove me wrong because I don't how faith in it so far
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8:07AM on 04/25/2016
I can't believe they are making a franchise out of it. Still, I will check it out since the first one was mildly entertaining and Radcliffe is in it.
I can't believe they are making a franchise out of it. Still, I will check it out since the first one was mildly entertaining and Radcliffe is in it.
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8:05AM on 04/25/2016
Ross is the pull to this film for me. I love him as a director and still think his installment in "The Hunger Games" films was the best one.
Ross is the pull to this film for me. I love him as a director and still think his installment in "The Hunger Games" films was the best one.
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8:04AM on 04/25/2016
Hated the first one but this looks like it could be kind of good
Hated the first one but this looks like it could be kind of good
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8:03AM on 04/25/2016
One of my most anticipated films of the year. I hope there are parents who are stupid and think this is a family film and bring their kids to it.
One of my most anticipated films of the year. I hope there are parents who are stupid and think this is a family film and bring their kids to it.
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8:02AM on 04/25/2016
Hate on me, but I think this looks entertaining. This is in large part because Morgan Freeman is in dreads playing the wiseman. It will never touch or come close to the original but I enjoyed the trailer
Hate on me, but I think this looks entertaining. This is in large part because Morgan Freeman is in dreads playing the wiseman. It will never touch or come close to the original but I enjoyed the trailer
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8:01AM on 04/25/2016
Keaton's comeback continues with a role that I think he will knock out of the park. Hancock has a tendency to be too commercial but I am definitely looking forward to this.
Keaton's comeback continues with a role that I think he will knock out of the park. Hancock has a tendency to be too commercial but I am definitely looking forward to this.
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7:58AM on 04/25/2016
I think this will be a funny movie but I won't be surprised if I am wrong. I love the concept, but Samberg is very hit or miss with me.
I think this will be a funny movie but I won't be surprised if I am wrong. I love the concept, but Samberg is very hit or miss with me.
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7:57AM on 04/25/2016
It is either going to be a brilliant film or overly annoying. Those two leads can either be great or too much. It all depends on how Phillips directs them.
It is either going to be a brilliant film or overly annoying. Those two leads can either be great or too much. It all depends on how Phillips directs them.
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7:56AM on 04/25/2016
Part of the charm of the goofy animation on Pete. I think having him be a very well rendered Dragon is going to take away from the movie's charm.
Part of the charm of the goofy animation on Pete. I think having him be a very well rendered Dragon is going to take away from the movie's charm.
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7:54AM on 04/25/2016
I didn't hate the first one, even though they turned Shredder into a damn Transformer and the juvenile humor got much at times. Oh, and the way Splinter learned martial arts by reading a damn book was pretty stupid too. That said, it caught the relationship between the brothers perfectly. I love that we finally get to see Bee-Pop and Rocksteady on screen. It still looks very much like a Bay picture, I know he didn't direct it, but I will see it out of my childhood love for these
I didn't hate the first one, even though they turned Shredder into a damn Transformer and the juvenile humor got much at times. Oh, and the way Splinter learned martial arts by reading a damn book was pretty stupid too. That said, it caught the relationship between the brothers perfectly. I love that we finally get to see Bee-Pop and Rocksteady on screen. It still looks very much like a Bay picture, I know he didn't direct it, but I will see it out of my childhood love for these characters.
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