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01.01.2014by: Chris Bumbray

The JoBlo.com 2014 Movie Preview!

2014 is shaping up to be another killer year at the box office. Over the next twelve months we can expect two Marvel Studios epics, a huge X-Men sequel that brings original director Bryan Singer back into the fold, another epic from the Wachowskis, a new David Fincher movie and much more. And if you think 2014 is going to be big, just wait until 2015- a year that promises a new 007 movie, more from THE AVENGERS, and the return of STAR WARS! Good things are on their way, and the following is a list of the movies that have us got us here at JoBlo.com particularly excited for the year to come.

25. The Hobbit: There & Back Again

In December 2014, Peter Jacksonís second Middle Earth trilogy, based on The Hobbit, finally wraps up with THERE & BACK AGAIN. Through my reviews, Iíve made no secret about the fact that Iíve- for the most part- found this new series lacking. The big problem is that the material feels too thin for a three-movie epic, with each part running close to three hours. Still, I am curious to see how it wraps up, and Iím sure the legions of fans that have made this series a multi-billion dollar grosser will once again turn out in droves.

24. Transformers: Age of Extinction

Michael Bay continues or ďrebootsĒ his TRANSFORMERS series with this, the fourth installment of the series, dubbed AGE OF EXTINCTION. Knowing Bay, this will be another gargantuan, action packed piece of fluff. Like him or hate him, Bay knows how to deliver action and while the films have been silly (with the second close to unwatchable) Iím curious to see how the franchise fares minus leading man Shia LeBeouf, with a full-fledged star- Mark Wahlberg- taking the lead.

23. Jupiter Ascending

The Wachowskis are back with JUPITER ASCENDING. While CLOUD ATLAS didnít make much of a dent at the box office, it had its fans (Iím one of them) and this one looks like an even more ďout-thereĒ style sci-fi action romp, with Mila Kunis apparently playing the savior of the galaxy, and a Spock-like Channing Tatum being the genetically modified hero sent to protect her. Sounds wild, and the Wachowskis are nothing if not interesting.

22. Transcendence

Christopher Nolan DP Wally Pfister makes his move into the directorís chair with TRANSCENDENCE. A mega-budget sci-fi thriller starring Johnny Depp as a scientist who finds his consciousness transferred to a super computer, this one could either be an all-out nightmare or some kind of sci-fi masterpiece. One thing is for sure, with Pfister as the director itíll be gorgeous. Several Nolan regulars, including Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman, and Rebecca Hall co-star.

21. Sabotage

Arnold Schwarzeneggerís comeback didnít really pan out in 2013. THE LAST STAND was fun, but it all but died at the box office. ESCAPE PLAN, which teamed him with Sylvester Stallone didnít fare much better in North America (although it was a blockbuster overseas). SABOTAGE was supposed to come out in 2013 but was delayed to 2014. Coming from END OF WATCH director David Ayer (who has another film on this list), SABOTAGE puts Arnie at the head of an ensemble cast that includes Sam Worthington, Olivia Williams and Terrence Howard, with Ah-Nuld being the head of a DEA-squad that runs afoul of a Columbian drug-lord. The trailer for this one is awesome, so Iím hoping it turns out to be the comeback vehicle Arnie deserves.

20. Hercules

Although heís been part of the ensemble of a number of big action franchises lately (FAST FIVE, FAST & FURIOUS 6, G.I JOE RETALIATION) Dwayne Johnson has yet to really find a franchise of his own, where heís the main attraction. That all changes with HERCULES. A gritty reimagining of the Greek Myth, Johnson stars in the title role, and the early artwork and still from the film are promising. The only thing that gives me pause is Brett Ratner as director. Thing is- I donít hate Ratner. That said, Iíve all-out hated most of his movies. My fingers are crossed that he knocks this one out of the park, as Johnson deserves that film that rockets him to icon status.

19. Fury (aka Untitled Brad Pitt WW2 Tank Movie)

David Ayerís second movie in the list seems a little more polished than his Schwarzenegger vehicule SABOTAGE. Tentatively titled FURY, this one puts star Brad Pitt back into WW2 action as the head of a tank crew on a dangerous mission in Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Sounds like a blast, and Iím a sucker for WW2 movies. The much-maligned Shia LeBeouf co-stars, along with Jon Bernthal, Logan Lerman and Michael Pena.

18. The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Andersonís THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL is right up there as one of the movies of 2014 that Iím all but sure to enjoy. Wes Andersonís never let me down, and MOONRISE KINGDOM was a full-on masterpiece. BUDAPEST looks even better, with Anderson regulars Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, and more joining Ralph Fiennes as the head of the title hotel circa 1930. The trailer for this promises another delectable treat.

17. Robocop

This is a movie Iíve been dead-set against since it was announced. ROBOCOP was one of the movies I grew up on, and a watered down PG-13 version of Paul Verhovenís classic seemed to be the worst idea since- well- the PG-13 watered down version of TOTAL RECALL. The only thing that gives me any hope is ELITE SQUAD director Jose Padilla, but I dunno, this just feels like a movie that shouldnít have been made.

16. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

THE HUNGER GAMES is back, so I guess that means we can all expect another Jennifer Lawrence media blitz towards the end of 2014. Does she ever rest? All kidding aside, I love JLaw, and Iíve actually grown quite keen on the series, which has proven itself to be far from the TWILIGHT clone we might have assumed before the first one came out. Lawrence elevates these movies, and Iím sure MOCKINGJAY PART 1 will be a lot of fun.

15. The Expendables 3

Stallone, Statham, Couture, Crews, Li, and Lundgren are back, joined once again by Schwarzenegger (a busy guy this year)- not to mention Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes, Kelsey Grammer (???) and even Mel Gibson- who plays the antagonist this time. I had a blast with the first two movies, which Iíd chalk up in the ďdumb but awesomeí category, and Iím sure this one will be another much-needed summertime jolt of adrenaline.

14. The Equalizer

The eighties drama THE EQUALIZER used to be one of my favorite shows. Back in the nineties, A&E used to run it every day after school and I became a big fan of Edward Woodward as retired spy Robert McCall. The premise is great, with McCall trying to redeem himself after years as a government killer by using his spycraft to fight urban crime as a sort of avenger of the downtrodden. Denzel Washington seems like a perfect fit for the big-screen version, and with OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN director Antoine Fuqua at the helm, this could be the start of a killer franchise.

13. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Hey- wasnít this movie also on my list for 2013? After being pushed back a whole year at the last minute, Robert Rodriguezí long awaited SIN CITY sequel finally hits the big-screen. Josh Brolin takes over for Clive Owen as Dwight (read the comics and youíll understand why) as he falls for A DAME TO KILL FOR, played by Eva Green, who Iím sure will all agree is exactly that. Mickey Rourke is back as Marv.

12. Dumb & Dumber To

Twenty years later, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are finally back as numbskull duo Harry & Lloyd in the Farrelly Brothers sequel. They may be older, but they probably arenít any wiser. This is a sequel Iíve been hoping to see for years, and Iím glad itís finally being done. Carrey and especially the Farrellyís (who havenít done a good movie since ME, MYSELF & IRENE) need a good comeback movie. This could be it.

11. Edge of Tomorrow

Following OBLIVION, Tom Cruise is back in the sci-fi tentpole game with EDGE OF TOMORROW. Here he plays a soldier caught in a time-loop that uses his new power to acquire the skills required to repel an alien invasion, and save the planet (along with- natch- the woman he loves, played by Emily Blunt). Iím an unabashed Cruise fan, so count me in. The choice of Doug Liman to direct is intriguing (letís all forget JUMPER) and this could be a biggie for 2014.

10. Exodus

Ridley Scott teams with Christian Bale for this mega-budget biblical epic, starring the former caped crusader as Moses, as he leads the Hebrew slaves to freedom from their Egyptian oppressors. Given that THE TEN COMMANDMENTS is still an Easter ratings powerhouse, clearly the studio behind this is hoping this will be a crossover success, embraced by a multi-faith audience. Bale is always worth watching, and the idea of Ridley Scott making another period epic is cool. Hopefully this will be more along the lines of KINGDOM OF HEAVEN than the Cecil B. DeMille epic, and I have my doubts we'll see Bale parting the Red Sea anytime soon.

9. Gone Girl

David Fincher is back. Following his Steig Larsson adaptation THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, Fincher's tackling yet another piece of popular fiction, this one being Gillian Flynn's GONE GIRL. Ben Affleck stars as a small-town bar owner whose wife (Rosamund Pike) disappears on their wedding anniversary. I haven't read the book, but apparently it's a wild, unpredictable ride and more than the simple whodunit it might sound like. I have faith Fincher will make this great.

8. Guardians of the Galaxy

With James Gunn's GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, Marvel's attempting to launch a new superhero franchise with will tie into future AVENGERS films, and hopefully launch a whole new line of superhero stars. This one looks pretty zany, with the psychedelically coloured teaser from the end of THOR- THE DARK WORLD promising a wild ride (and lots of scenery chewing by co-star Benicio Del Toro). Chris Pratt leads the cast, which also includes voice parts for Vin Diesel as Groot (a kind of walking tree) and Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon, which- yes- is a pistol packing raccoon.

7. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

While it's a drag that director Rupert Wyatt declined the chance to continue what he started in RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, which became the blockbuster sleeper hit of 2011, with Matt Reeves of LET ME IN & CLOVERFIELD behind the camera, fans of the first film have reason to be enthusiastic. Andy Serkis, who came close to being nominated for an Oscar for his motion capture performance as Caesar the Ape, is back as Caesar continues the ape conquest of Earth. Jason Clarke of ZERO DARK THIRTY plays one of the human parts. I'm really excited for this one.

6. The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Marc Webb's THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN divided fans. Many thought the idea of a Spider-Man reboot so soon after Sam Raimi's blockbuster series was a ridiculous example of a studio so desperate to hang on to their character licence from Marvel that they just put anything into production. However, many- including myself- thought it was a unique new spin on the franchise. It looks like Sony poured obscene amounts of cash into this sequel, which they apparently hope spawns spin-offs to keep this web-slinging money maker slinging for years to come. Hopefully the eye candy won't overwhelm what made the first film so effective, which was the chemistry between stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.

5. Noah

Darren Aronofsky's NOAH is one of the biggest mysteries on this list. Following BLACK SWAN, I doubt anyone would have assumed Aronofsky's long-gestating dream project was a fresh take on Noah's Ark, but apparently it was and now it's Paramount's big Easter release. There's only one problem- the conservative religious audience the film would seem to be perfect for are not happy with the early footage, and reportedly the studio is exerting some pressure on Aronofsky to get it more in line with what they want. Hopefully Aronofsky will be allowed to deliver a film he's happy with, and anyone that's seen any of his films could have told you that if his movies are anything, they're far from conventional or conservative. No matter what happens, NOAH promises to be a visual feast, and it's nice to see Russell Crowe back in a period epic as no one seems to suit the genre like him.

4. Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Marvel's CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER was kind of underrated as far as Marvel movies go. Adopting a kind of retro vibe to suit the WW2 setting, director Joe Johnson's film stood apart from the pack. Now that Chris Evans' Steve Rogers is firmly in the present, the retro vibe no longer works. New directors Anthony and Joe Russo have gone on record saying the follow-up, THE WINTER SOLDIER, is more of a techno-thriller, picking up on Rogers as he works alongside SHIELD following THE AVENGERS. Scarlett Johansson is back as The Black Widow, as is FIRST AVENGER's Sebastian Stan, who played Bucky and- following the comics- is now back in a far darker part.

3. Godzilla

Remember the last time they tried to reboot GODZILLA? Roland Emmerich's 1998 flop was enough of a disaster that other than imports like GODZILLA 2000, the big green guy's been off North American screens for awhile. With PACIFIC RIM studio Legendary Pictures on board, director Gareth Edwards' reboot promises to be a radically different take on the monster. The early buzz is excellent, and the teaser trailer promises a cool movie, bolstered by a strong cast including Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olson, Ken Watanabe, and the great Bryan Cranston. If you've seen Edwards' MONSTERS, you'll know he's a fresh sci-fi voice, and will no doubt pull off an interesting, wildly entertaining film.

2. X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST marks a major shift in the X-Men movie universe. To say the series so far has been inconsistent is an understatement. For every FIRST CLASS, there's an X3, and as far as sequels go this is complicated as it's technically a sequel to no less than three movies (THE WOLVERINE, FIRST CLASS, and X3). What makes it so exciting is that Bryan Singer, who arguably started the superhero movie wave with his first two X-MEN movies, is back behind the camera. Boasting a major budget and a fan-favorite plot line which sends a post-apocalyptic WOLVERINE back to the Cold War seventies, DAYS OF FUTURE PAST promises to be an event.

1. Interstellar

It's still a little early to say just what exactly Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR is going to be, with only the vague teaser trailers giving us any clues. Apparently, Nolan's script (co-written with his brother Jonathan) has to do with space travel via wormholes. Does it really mater though? This is Christopher Nolan we're talking about, and given his track record I think we can safely assume his next one will be a game changer. Matthew McConaughey- who plays the lead- will likely come out of this a bigger star than ever.

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2:47PM on 01/04/2014
Monsters was ambitious, but it was not a good movie. The characters were terrible, the acting was abysmal, and the plot was just damn boring. Still curious to see this and hope it ends up being good!
Monsters was ambitious, but it was not a good movie. The characters were terrible, the acting was abysmal, and the plot was just damn boring. Still curious to see this and hope it ends up being good!
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2:45PM on 01/04/2014
Really looking forward to it as a huge Cap and Winter Soldier fan. I just hope they don't mess Winter Soldier up. Not sure the actor is up to it as the only thing I saw him in was the previous movie, but here's to hoping they don't mess up one of my favorites!
Really looking forward to it as a huge Cap and Winter Soldier fan. I just hope they don't mess Winter Soldier up. Not sure the actor is up to it as the only thing I saw him in was the previous movie, but here's to hoping they don't mess up one of my favorites!
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2:43PM on 01/04/2014
I thought the last one was really well made, but I just could not get into it at all. Having to watch half of the movie reinteratig his origin story which I saw many times since the original's release bored me to tears. Sure it was a bit different, but not that much that they needed to spend half a movie on it. Then when it got to the lizard stuff I just found the rest of the story lacking. This one looks better and I'd like to see how they handle multiple villians. If done right a Sinister Six
I thought the last one was really well made, but I just could not get into it at all. Having to watch half of the movie reinteratig his origin story which I saw many times since the original's release bored me to tears. Sure it was a bit different, but not that much that they needed to spend half a movie on it. Then when it got to the lizard stuff I just found the rest of the story lacking. This one looks better and I'd like to see how they handle multiple villians. If done right a Sinister Six movie could be badass.
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2:40PM on 01/04/2014
Loving the comic thus far, so it will be awesome to see a Marvel film that has nothing to with Earth and it's Avengers. Looking forward to seeing how Star Lord is portrayed the most, but I really really hope that they don't mess up Raccoon's voice!
Loving the comic thus far, so it will be awesome to see a Marvel film that has nothing to with Earth and it's Avengers. Looking forward to seeing how Star Lord is portrayed the most, but I really really hope that they don't mess up Raccoon's voice!
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2:38PM on 01/04/2014
Will see anything Fincher makes, but I really want him to finish the Dragon Tattoo trilogy!!!
Will see anything Fincher makes, but I really want him to finish the Dragon Tattoo trilogy!!!
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2:35PM on 01/04/2014
Both of the movies thus far have been shitty. The first was just terribly written, plotted, and paced. The 2nd was a dumb fun action movie, but barely even reminicent of 80's and 90's action films. Why do these guys keep trying to re-live their glory days?!!?
Both of the movies thus far have been shitty. The first was just terribly written, plotted, and paced. The 2nd was a dumb fun action movie, but barely even reminicent of 80's and 90's action films. Why do these guys keep trying to re-live their glory days?!!?
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2:33PM on 01/04/2014
Enjoyed the 2nd one, but I just don't care about this franchise overall. Read the first two books and thought the writing was too simplistic, even for their demographic. The 2nd one was well made, but I started to dislike it once they were back in the games again.
Enjoyed the 2nd one, but I just don't care about this franchise overall. Read the first two books and thought the writing was too simplistic, even for their demographic. The 2nd one was well made, but I started to dislike it once they were back in the games again.
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11:59AM on 01/02/2014
I don't see why everyone is getting so butt hurt over this movie. As an atheist and a person that cannot stand organized religion, I will still see this knowing it's not historical fact. I will consider it a fantasy movie like Lord of the Rings. Everyone needs to realize that Aronofsky is an atheist as well. It's not saying "based on a true Story" or anything like that so whatever. I don't believe in Zeus but I still went and seen Wrath of the Titans. Its not really much different. I also
I don't see why everyone is getting so butt hurt over this movie. As an atheist and a person that cannot stand organized religion, I will still see this knowing it's not historical fact. I will consider it a fantasy movie like Lord of the Rings. Everyone needs to realize that Aronofsky is an atheist as well. It's not saying "based on a true Story" or anything like that so whatever. I don't believe in Zeus but I still went and seen Wrath of the Titans. Its not really much different. I also have a feeling that this movie is going to piss off a lot of people, including Christians. I will just sit back and enjoy Darren Aronofsky's work.
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11:47AM on 01/02/2014
I love Sci Fi and I dig Tom Cruise but for some reason, I have no interest in this movie. I will probably go see it and hopefully enjoy it but at this point, its not on my Must-see list.
I love Sci Fi and I dig Tom Cruise but for some reason, I have no interest in this movie. I will probably go see it and hopefully enjoy it but at this point, its not on my Must-see list.
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10:15AM on 01/02/2014
Im assuming these are in no particular order. because if they are...you, sir, need a nap.
Im assuming these are in no particular order. because if they are...you, sir, need a nap.
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8:41AM on 01/02/2014
Chris - Maybe there's no release date yet, but shouldn't PT Anderson's Inherent Vice be coming out this year ?
Chris - Maybe there's no release date yet, but shouldn't PT Anderson's Inherent Vice be coming out this year ?
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2:40AM on 01/02/2014
I like Ratner, I know everyone hates him, but I think he's a guy and a good (not great) director. I'm counting down the days till Hercules, it looks epic!
I like Ratner, I know everyone hates him, but I think he's a guy and a good (not great) director. I'm counting down the days till Hercules, it looks epic!
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8:03PM on 01/01/2014

Thank God for Nolan

This being number one makes me happy that intelligence hasn't disappeared from our society. You don't have to like Nolan but you can't admit he makes films of ideas and have some what of a brain. The cast is amazing and I am excited to see what Chastain does in this film.
This being number one makes me happy that intelligence hasn't disappeared from our society. You don't have to like Nolan but you can't admit he makes films of ideas and have some what of a brain. The cast is amazing and I am excited to see what Chastain does in this film.
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7:57PM on 01/01/2014

Perfect material for Fincher

The book is right up Fincher's alley. I pray to God he doesn't change the ending because in my opinion it is perfect. I know people didn't like it but changing it would betray the novel. Since Flynn is writing the script, who is the author of the book, I think we are fine. Bonus: Emily Ratajowski's role in this film is going to make a lot of men happy.
The book is right up Fincher's alley. I pray to God he doesn't change the ending because in my opinion it is perfect. I know people didn't like it but changing it would betray the novel. Since Flynn is writing the script, who is the author of the book, I think we are fine. Bonus: Emily Ratajowski's role in this film is going to make a lot of men happy.
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6:51PM on 01/01/2014
Wow, it's pretty cool that my most anticipated list also has Interstellar, X-Men and Godzilla on the top 3 positions, even in the same order. Interstellar looks the most promising, enigmatic and yet interesting. Something we don't see enough in promotional approach to cinema. I love being surprised in the cinema and this has a great chance to do so.
Wow, it's pretty cool that my most anticipated list also has Interstellar, X-Men and Godzilla on the top 3 positions, even in the same order. Interstellar looks the most promising, enigmatic and yet interesting. Something we don't see enough in promotional approach to cinema. I love being surprised in the cinema and this has a great chance to do so.
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6:48PM on 01/01/2014
Also my number two of the year. This has the potential to be even better than the great First Class, which in my opinion was the best in the series and even better than Avengers. I hope they'll manage to keep developing these characters with the cast they have
Also my number two of the year. This has the potential to be even better than the great First Class, which in my opinion was the best in the series and even better than Avengers. I hope they'll manage to keep developing these characters with the cast they have
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6:47PM on 01/01/2014
I didn't like Monsters but I have huge hopes for this project none the less. Imean c'mon, it's Walter White vs Godzilla. That's the plot, right?
I didn't like Monsters but I have huge hopes for this project none the less. Imean c'mon, it's Walter White vs Godzilla. That's the plot, right?
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6:45PM on 01/01/2014
Guardians have my attention but this... this just looks like the same lazy sequel that Marvel has been producing this whole time. Zero tension, zero excitment. Just over the top and unnecessary action setpieces without any drama. Not interested.
Guardians have my attention but this... this just looks like the same lazy sequel that Marvel has been producing this whole time. Zero tension, zero excitment. Just over the top and unnecessary action setpieces without any drama. Not interested.
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6:43PM on 01/01/2014
I'm not religious, the trailer didn't wow me at all and it looks way less interesting than Exodus. One religious movie at a time please
I'm not religious, the trailer didn't wow me at all and it looks way less interesting than Exodus. One religious movie at a time please
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6:39PM on 01/01/2014
I hope Marvel can bounce back from a very average and underwhelming year. Guardians looks like a fun sci-fi so I'm interested
I hope Marvel can bounce back from a very average and underwhelming year. Guardians looks like a fun sci-fi so I'm interested
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6:37PM on 01/01/2014
Finally something new from Fincher. I liked TGWTDT but I've already seen a decent enough (although inferior to Fincher's) Swedish version and the sequels were nowhere near as good as the first one. This on the other hand sounds really interesting and it's nice to see in what shape acting-wise Ben Affleck is before BvsS
Finally something new from Fincher. I liked TGWTDT but I've already seen a decent enough (although inferior to Fincher's) Swedish version and the sequels were nowhere near as good as the first one. This on the other hand sounds really interesting and it's nice to see in what shape acting-wise Ben Affleck is before BvsS
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6:35PM on 01/01/2014
I love Ridley Scott, I felt that Prometheus was greatly underappreciated but if it wasn't for Bale my anticipation wouldn't nowhere near as high
I love Ridley Scott, I felt that Prometheus was greatly underappreciated but if it wasn't for Bale my anticipation wouldn't nowhere near as high
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6:32PM on 01/01/2014
Nope. Zero interest. I've seen part one and that's all I need from this universe
Nope. Zero interest. I've seen part one and that's all I need from this universe
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6:31PM on 01/01/2014
Meh, the second one was pretty bad. If it wasn't for Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford and Wesley SNipes I wouldn't give a damn about this one
Meh, the second one was pretty bad. If it wasn't for Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford and Wesley SNipes I wouldn't give a damn about this one
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6:30PM on 01/01/2014
I'm not as excited for this anymore, with Rodriguez latest "achievements" and the long time coming, but I still want to check it out because of the first one and the cast he got this time
I'm not as excited for this anymore, with Rodriguez latest "achievements" and the long time coming, but I still want to check it out because of the first one and the cast he got this time
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6:28PM on 01/01/2014
I'm shore it will dissapoint a lot of persons but goddamnit if I'm not exsited
I'm shore it will dissapoint a lot of persons but goddamnit if I'm not exsited
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6:27PM on 01/01/2014
I like Liman, I love me some Tom Cruise and I love sci-fi even more. Sign me up for this
I like Liman, I love me some Tom Cruise and I love sci-fi even more. Sign me up for this
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6:21PM on 01/01/2014
The trailer looked fantastic
The trailer looked fantastic
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6:18PM on 01/01/2014
The premise sounds great but I wasn't wowed by the trailers. and by now Johnny Depp is more of a turn off
The premise sounds great but I wasn't wowed by the trailers. and by now Johnny Depp is more of a turn off
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6:16PM on 01/01/2014
Tatum still scares me off in non-comedic roles but I'll give it a shot. This should be called "How many more movies can we make thanks to the Matrix"
Tatum still scares me off in non-comedic roles but I'll give it a shot. This should be called "How many more movies can we make thanks to the Matrix"
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6:15PM on 01/01/2014
I kind of like the first one, I haven't even seen the second one so yeah, I don't have a lot of excitment for this project
I kind of like the first one, I haven't even seen the second one so yeah, I don't have a lot of excitment for this project
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5:40PM on 01/01/2014
Still iffy about Cooper voicing Rocket, but I am just used to the perfection that is Greg Ellis for the characters voice, but besides that I am looking forward to this.
Still iffy about Cooper voicing Rocket, but I am just used to the perfection that is Greg Ellis for the characters voice, but besides that I am looking forward to this.
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5:34PM on 01/01/2014
I'm religious. It actually looks good... the cast is great... The visuals are great... But the fountain looked good too and that's the only movie I've ever asked for my money back on (thanksgiving. Washed it down with a showing of Casino Royale.)

I hate Darren Aronofsky films. Black Swan was not Oscar worthy at all. They're pretentious for the sake of "art" and film majors gleefully latch onto them so they can say that classic phrase "you just didn't get it"


I get them. They're just
I'm religious. It actually looks good... the cast is great... The visuals are great... But the fountain looked good too and that's the only movie I've ever asked for my money back on (thanksgiving. Washed it down with a showing of Casino Royale.)

I hate Darren Aronofsky films. Black Swan was not Oscar worthy at all. They're pretentious for the sake of "art" and film majors gleefully latch onto them so they can say that classic phrase "you just didn't get it"


I get them. They're just not good.


This looks good, but I'm sure it'll be offensive, f**ked up, sacrilegious, etc.

Exodus > Noah
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5:24PM on 01/01/2014
The Exodus tale has always been a good bible story so I welcome new big screen versions of it. I like the talent behind this film, so I am looking forward to seeing a trailer. I do think Bale is an interesting choice and await his performance as Moses.
The Exodus tale has always been a good bible story so I welcome new big screen versions of it. I like the talent behind this film, so I am looking forward to seeing a trailer. I do think Bale is an interesting choice and await his performance as Moses.
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5:20PM on 01/01/2014
And make no mistake. Rebecca Hall is the star and Johnny Depp is a very Hal 2001 Space Odyssey/Scarlett Johannsan in "Her" presence. He probably has about 20 mins of physical screentime.
And make no mistake. Rebecca Hall is the star and Johnny Depp is a very Hal 2001 Space Odyssey/Scarlett Johannsan in "Her" presence. He probably has about 20 mins of physical screentime.
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5:19PM on 01/01/2014
I had a blast with the first two, even if I never cared much for them afterwards. But the fact that they keep finding new, awesome actors to join is great. I also like that Harrison Ford is tackling all these fun, silly roles in movies he's been doing. I hope this is another one.
I had a blast with the first two, even if I never cared much for them afterwards. But the fact that they keep finding new, awesome actors to join is great. I also like that Harrison Ford is tackling all these fun, silly roles in movies he's been doing. I hope this is another one.
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5:17PM on 01/01/2014
If Catching Fire had been terrible, I probably wouldn't be looking forward to this film, but it somehow improved upon the book significantly, so I am looking forward to this one. I hate that they split it, as the last book is the shortest, but I'll have to see what they do to give it some heft. Perhaps they filled out some of the war bits from the book.
If Catching Fire had been terrible, I probably wouldn't be looking forward to this film, but it somehow improved upon the book significantly, so I am looking forward to this one. I hate that they split it, as the last book is the shortest, but I'll have to see what they do to give it some heft. Perhaps they filled out some of the war bits from the book.
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5:16PM on 01/01/2014
Saw a test screening. My expectations are low that they made it better pacing or dialogue wise, but Rebecca Hall is wonderful.
Saw a test screening. My expectations are low that they made it better pacing or dialogue wise, but Rebecca Hall is wonderful.
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5:13PM on 01/01/2014
I don't know. I kind of wish they kept McCall British.
I don't know. I kind of wish they kept McCall British.
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4:40PM on 01/01/2014
Nolan is also producing on this film, and that's a great thing. Working so closely with Nolan so much, I am really hoping that Pfister's picked up a bunch of things on directing. I am really hoping this turns out good.
Nolan is also producing on this film, and that's a great thing. Working so closely with Nolan so much, I am really hoping that Pfister's picked up a bunch of things on directing. I am really hoping this turns out good.
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4:38PM on 01/01/2014
The trailer looks good and I am still hoping the Wachowskis recapture some of that Matrix magic again. One thing to give credit to them for is that they always try something new when they direct, and I expect this will be much the same. Looking forward to it.
The trailer looks good and I am still hoping the Wachowskis recapture some of that Matrix magic again. One thing to give credit to them for is that they always try something new when they direct, and I expect this will be much the same. Looking forward to it.
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4:36PM on 01/01/2014
I would hardly call this series of films delivering on the action. The first was enjoyable for being something kind of new, but has lost it's luster upon repeat viewings, but the second film was awful and the third was mediocre, not worth a second viewing. This is one series that just needs to die already. I haven't even said that about the Resident Evil franchise yet.
I would hardly call this series of films delivering on the action. The first was enjoyable for being something kind of new, but has lost it's luster upon repeat viewings, but the second film was awful and the third was mediocre, not worth a second viewing. This is one series that just needs to die already. I haven't even said that about the Resident Evil franchise yet.
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3:54PM on 01/01/2014
Some bright spots to be sure. But it seems like a blah year over all. Maybe it's the calm before the storm, 2015.
Some bright spots to be sure. But it seems like a blah year over all. Maybe it's the calm before the storm, 2015.
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3:28PM on 01/01/2014

Great List, but you forgot...

Pretty good list, most, if not all of them are on my watch list. I myself wuda put 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' on the list.
Pretty good list, most, if not all of them are on my watch list. I myself wuda put 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' on the list.
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2:44PM on 01/01/2014
More than half of the films in that list are movies I want to check out, exciting year!
More than half of the films in that list are movies I want to check out, exciting year!
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2:16PM on 01/01/2014
No interest whatsoever!!!
No interest whatsoever!!!
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2:15PM on 01/01/2014
Hell yeah! Ready for this sequel, the first one was a great set up for this!
Hell yeah! Ready for this sequel, the first one was a great set up for this!
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2:15PM on 01/01/2014
Hopefully another successful Marvel franchise!
Hopefully another successful Marvel franchise!
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2:13PM on 01/01/2014
I'll pass!
I'll pass!
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2:11PM on 01/01/2014

Just Dumb!

The first didn't do anything for me and I won't even bother with a sequel!
The first didn't do anything for me and I won't even bother with a sequel!
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2:08PM on 01/01/2014

The Finale!

I'll keep watching!
I'll keep watching!
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12:53PM on 01/01/2014

O;

If Peter Jackson finds a piece of paper that Tolkien threw away that says Lord of the Rings sequel, he'll torture us for another 3 years.
If Peter Jackson finds a piece of paper that Tolkien threw away that says Lord of the Rings sequel, he'll torture us for another 3 years.
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12:45PM on 01/01/2014
The teaser blew...
The teaser blew...
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12:43PM on 01/01/2014
Monsters was a TERRIBLE movie and I have no faith in the director.

And the trailer made it look like they were doing "Christopher Nolan's Godzilla." Bad idea...
Monsters was a TERRIBLE movie and I have no faith in the director.

And the trailer made it look like they were doing "Christopher Nolan's Godzilla." Bad idea...
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12:38PM on 01/01/2014
I didn't see the last one. People keep telling me I did the right choise.

Paul Giamatti as Rhino sounds good, but looks terrible...
I didn't see the last one. People keep telling me I did the right choise.

Paul Giamatti as Rhino sounds good, but looks terrible...
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12:35PM on 01/01/2014
Sounds good to me!
Sounds good to me!
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12:33PM on 01/01/2014
No. Just no...
No. Just no...
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12:32PM on 01/01/2014
Definitely the movie on the list I care the least for. Always felt the reboot was far too soon, don't really like Garfield as Peter Parker and these villains aren't very interesting either.
Definitely the movie on the list I care the least for. Always felt the reboot was far too soon, don't really like Garfield as Peter Parker and these villains aren't very interesting either.
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12:32PM on 01/01/2014
I didn't even see that other time loop sci-fi thing and this doesn't look any more interesting. And I hate the director...
I didn't even see that other time loop sci-fi thing and this doesn't look any more interesting. And I hate the director...
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12:29PM on 01/01/2014
I know the first one gets a lot of nostalgia love, but it hasn't aged well for me. So why would I care?
I know the first one gets a lot of nostalgia love, but it hasn't aged well for me. So why would I care?
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12:22PM on 01/01/2014
Yay!
Yay!
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11:45AM on 01/01/2014
All in all, it looks like we're going to have an amazing 2014. While this year might have been overshadowed by all the announcements for 2015, I think this is going to be the year to beat!
All in all, it looks like we're going to have an amazing 2014. While this year might have been overshadowed by all the announcements for 2015, I think this is going to be the year to beat!
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10:06AM on 01/01/2014
Good list, the only thing not on there that I'm excited for is 22 jump street. The first one was hilarious.
Good list, the only thing not on there that I'm excited for is 22 jump street. The first one was hilarious.
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9:59AM on 01/01/2014
I am looking forward to this for sure. But am I really the only person that enjoyed Rolland Emmerich's Godzilla?
I am looking forward to this for sure. But am I really the only person that enjoyed Rolland Emmerich's Godzilla?
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9:53AM on 01/01/2014
As one of those religious-minded folks, I will say the movie clearly takes a lot of liberties. But it's Hollywood for goodness sake! And it's from a director whose made some very dark and twisted films. I knew from the get go not to expect a perfect translation of the source. I'm just glad to see the story getting a well-produced big screen treatment. As long as it isn't downright sacrilegious, which it doesn't appear to be, people need to calm down until we have the finished product.
As one of those religious-minded folks, I will say the movie clearly takes a lot of liberties. But it's Hollywood for goodness sake! And it's from a director whose made some very dark and twisted films. I knew from the get go not to expect a perfect translation of the source. I'm just glad to see the story getting a well-produced big screen treatment. As long as it isn't downright sacrilegious, which it doesn't appear to be, people need to calm down until we have the finished product.
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9:41AM on 01/01/2014
The first film, at least for me, was a big improvement over the cartoonish (though enjoyable enough) Sam Raimi trilogy. The footage so far is downright silly and I fear the new film may be lacking the heart of the first. But I'm definitely going to see it.
The first film, at least for me, was a big improvement over the cartoonish (though enjoyable enough) Sam Raimi trilogy. The footage so far is downright silly and I fear the new film may be lacking the heart of the first. But I'm definitely going to see it.
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9:26AM on 01/01/2014
All you have to say to get me in a seat is David Fincher. He's one of the most talented directors of our time. Throw in the new, darker Ben Affleck and we've got a real winner.
All you have to say to get me in a seat is David Fincher. He's one of the most talented directors of our time. Throw in the new, darker Ben Affleck and we've got a real winner.
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9:19AM on 01/01/2014
The trailer for this one was great, particularly the haunting music I had to rush to find. A lot of great footage without giving away the whole plot. Cruise's slew of original movies lately have been a great resurgence for the actor. Oblivion and Jack Reacher both deserved better box office and attention.
The trailer for this one was great, particularly the haunting music I had to rush to find. A lot of great footage without giving away the whole plot. Cruise's slew of original movies lately have been a great resurgence for the actor. Oblivion and Jack Reacher both deserved better box office and attention.
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9:12AM on 01/01/2014
Um, I laughed my butt off at The Three Stooges and Shallow Hal, Fever Pitch and The Heartbreak Kid are all better movies than the terribly overrated Me Myself & Irene. But to each his own. Dumb & Dumber is a comedy classic and I just hope they put some effort into a worthy sequel.
Um, I laughed my butt off at The Three Stooges and Shallow Hal, Fever Pitch and The Heartbreak Kid are all better movies than the terribly overrated Me Myself & Irene. But to each his own. Dumb & Dumber is a comedy classic and I just hope they put some effort into a worthy sequel.
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9:06AM on 01/01/2014
The first Sin City was crazy stylish and an awesome ride, I'm actually glad they took an extra year (probably a scheduling thing considering the massive cast of popular and busy actors) as I don't like a rushed product. I will miss Michael Clarke Duncan but I am glad they chose a clever replacement. Dennis Haysburt is a talented actor, I'm glad to see him in something other than an AllState commercial.
The first Sin City was crazy stylish and an awesome ride, I'm actually glad they took an extra year (probably a scheduling thing considering the massive cast of popular and busy actors) as I don't like a rushed product. I will miss Michael Clarke Duncan but I am glad they chose a clever replacement. Dennis Haysburt is a talented actor, I'm glad to see him in something other than an AllState commercial.
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8:57AM on 01/01/2014
Based on the trailer I actually think the movie looks like a blast. A very fun cast including two of my favorites-Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton. Due to a thin generational gap, I didn't "grow up on" RoboCop, so I don't hold it with the same sanctity many seem to. I'm looking forward to this remake.
Based on the trailer I actually think the movie looks like a blast. A very fun cast including two of my favorites-Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton. Due to a thin generational gap, I didn't "grow up on" RoboCop, so I don't hold it with the same sanctity many seem to. I'm looking forward to this remake.
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8:51AM on 01/01/2014
I anticipate a new Wes Anderson film the way I anticipate a new Woody Allen film. It's almost like my favorite holiday is coming up and I can't wait to go to the theater and unwrap my present. The trailer is great and Ralph Fiennes seems to fit perfectly into Anderson's world.
I anticipate a new Wes Anderson film the way I anticipate a new Woody Allen film. It's almost like my favorite holiday is coming up and I can't wait to go to the theater and unwrap my present. The trailer is great and Ralph Fiennes seems to fit perfectly into Anderson's world.
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8:45AM on 01/01/2014
Brett Ratner directed one of my all-time favorites-Rush Hour. Unfortunately the sequels were just rehashes of the first, and just about everything else he's directed, particularly the terrible X-Men: TLS, leaves me wishing someone else was handling this project. I will defend him on Red Dragon though, I actually thought that was a very good film that got a bad rap.
Brett Ratner directed one of my all-time favorites-Rush Hour. Unfortunately the sequels were just rehashes of the first, and just about everything else he's directed, particularly the terrible X-Men: TLS, leaves me wishing someone else was handling this project. I will defend him on Red Dragon though, I actually thought that was a very good film that got a bad rap.
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7:55AM on 01/01/2014
It's brilliant in that we see the team from the first trilogy one more time before they get rebooted away permanently.
It's brilliant in that we see the team from the first trilogy one more time before they get rebooted away permanently.
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7:16AM on 01/01/2014

Excited for this...

...we need another trailer...now!!!!!!!
...we need another trailer...now!!!!!!!
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7:15AM on 01/01/2014

This is the worst looking movie of 2014

The story is stupid. So waht it is from Bible? You are laughing at Jehovah and Christians have the same stupid stories. Lame. I`m not gonna even start talking about costumes. Looka at the fight scenes some people have costumes like main character from game Watch Dogs

The story is stupid. So waht it is from Bible? You are laughing at Jehovah and Christians have the same stupid stories. Lame. I`m not gonna even start talking about costumes. Looka at the fight scenes some people have costumes like main character from game Watch Dogs

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7:11AM on 01/01/2014

This movie looks bad and good and...

...much better than first one.
...much better than first one.
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7:09AM on 01/01/2014

This is the best looking 2014 movie for now.

This is the best looking 2014 movie for now. They used shitty music in trailer but I love the visuals and story.
This is the best looking 2014 movie for now. They used shitty music in trailer but I love the visuals and story.
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7:08AM on 01/01/2014

Hell Yeah!

They should cast De Vito!
They should cast De Vito!
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7:07AM on 01/01/2014

Part 1?

For fuck sake!!!!!!!!!!!!!! J-Law is awesome but this movie is shit.
For fuck sake!!!!!!!!!!!!!! J-Law is awesome but this movie is shit.
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3:57PM on 01/01/2014
I am glad you can tell a movie is shit before a preview comes out. It just sounds like trolling buddy. In fact, the sequel improved upon the original and it is not a Twilight film where you going to encourage random hate.
I am glad you can tell a movie is shit before a preview comes out. It just sounds like trolling buddy. In fact, the sequel improved upon the original and it is not a Twilight film where you going to encourage random hate.
7:06AM on 01/01/2014

Polish best TV show ever from 60s is about a tank...

...but they also have a dog so Baxter from Anchorman should be casted.
...but they also have a dog so Baxter from Anchorman should be casted.
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7:05AM on 01/01/2014

Rock looks huge!

THe Rock looks huge but will Ratner also deliver?
THe Rock looks huge but will Ratner also deliver?
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7:03AM on 01/01/2014

Hell Yeah!

This is new Arnold! Finally!
This is new Arnold! Finally!
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7:02AM on 01/01/2014

Looks bad

Looks bad now. Will see with the second traler
Looks bad now. Will see with the second traler
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7:01AM on 01/01/2014
It's also pretty bad that we see them building what is supposedly the Sphinx when the Sphinx was probably originally a statue of a lion that some asshole pharaoh carved his face onto.
It's also pretty bad that we see them building what is supposedly the Sphinx when the Sphinx was probably originally a statue of a lion that some asshole pharaoh carved his face onto.
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6:59AM on 01/01/2014

The Epic conclusion...

One Year left :(
One Year left :(
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6:59AM on 01/01/2014
Historically there was a pharaoh named Ahmose but he would have been a black man. (He fought against the previous dynasty known as the Hyksos and they could very well have had Hebrew slaves as their empire spread to the holy land.) They can make a movie Troy which leaves out all references to gods and claims to tell the story of what actually happened but if they were to make a historically accurate version of Exodus and tell people that it didn't happen exactly the way the Bible says then
Historically there was a pharaoh named Ahmose but he would have been a black man. (He fought against the previous dynasty known as the Hyksos and they could very well have had Hebrew slaves as their empire spread to the holy land.) They can make a movie Troy which leaves out all references to gods and claims to tell the story of what actually happened but if they were to make a historically accurate version of Exodus and tell people that it didn't happen exactly the way the Bible says then people would go nuts and call it blasphemy.
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6:45AM on 01/01/2014
Robocop 2 and 3 were rated R?
Robocop 2 and 3 were rated R?
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5:10PM on 01/01/2014
The second one was.
The second one was.
6:43AM on 01/01/2014
I saw a trailer for Hercules: The Legend Begins. I assume that's a different movie.
I saw a trailer for Hercules: The Legend Begins. I assume that's a different movie.
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6:46AM on 01/01/2014
That's the one with Kellan Lutz; this is the one with Dwayne Johnson. No contest.
That's the one with Kellan Lutz; this is the one with Dwayne Johnson. No contest.
2:54AM on 01/01/2014
I absolutely Loved the trailer. Hoping the movie is just as good.
I absolutely Loved the trailer. Hoping the movie is just as good.
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2:18AM on 01/01/2014
Excited to see not only what story the Nolans choose to tell, seeing as they're keeping their cards close to their chest as always, but how Hoyte van Hoytema will fare as director of photography in Wally Pfister's stead.
Excited to see not only what story the Nolans choose to tell, seeing as they're keeping their cards close to their chest as always, but how Hoyte van Hoytema will fare as director of photography in Wally Pfister's stead.
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2:13AM on 01/01/2014
Let this be epic, and coherent. Mostly epic.
Let this be epic, and coherent. Mostly epic.
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2:13AM on 01/01/2014
The most wonderful roar. Such a thrilling sound to hear again on the big screen!
The most wonderful roar. Such a thrilling sound to hear again on the big screen!
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2:13AM on 01/01/2014
Anticipation levels are high, hope the Russo brothers knock it way out of the park. I also hope we get some in-jokes, maybe even a guest star or two, from Cap 2 over on Community.
Anticipation levels are high, hope the Russo brothers knock it way out of the park. I also hope we get some in-jokes, maybe even a guest star or two, from Cap 2 over on Community.
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2:12AM on 01/01/2014
"There's a storm coming, Jor-El."
"There's a storm coming, Jor-El."
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2:11AM on 01/01/2014
I was surprised by how won over I was by The Amazing Spider-Man so I'm giving TASM 2 a chance, though what we've seen so far does seem more than a mite goofy. Rhino boxers? A vat of electric eels? We'll wait and see. I think Dane DeHaan might well steal the show though.
I was surprised by how won over I was by The Amazing Spider-Man so I'm giving TASM 2 a chance, though what we've seen so far does seem more than a mite goofy. Rhino boxers? A vat of electric eels? We'll wait and see. I think Dane DeHaan might well steal the show though.
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2:10AM on 01/01/2014
Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a pleasant surprise and I'm optimistic for both this sequel and Jurassic World, which was written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver of Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Gary Oldman as post-apocalyptic Commissioner Gordon sounds very entertaining.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a pleasant surprise and I'm optimistic for both this sequel and Jurassic World, which was written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver of Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Gary Oldman as post-apocalyptic Commissioner Gordon sounds very entertaining.
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2:07AM on 01/01/2014
Bring on the "bunch of A-holes"! Can't wait to see how this turns out; the Comic Con footage was very encouraging indeed.
Bring on the "bunch of A-holes"! Can't wait to see how this turns out; the Comic Con footage was very encouraging indeed.
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2:05AM on 01/01/2014
I'm hoping that Bale sports a wig over that anachronistic hairdo. Ridley Scott at the helm of a Biblical epic sounds like a win and I hope it is.
I'm hoping that Bale sports a wig over that anachronistic hairdo. Ridley Scott at the helm of a Biblical epic sounds like a win and I hope it is.
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2:04AM on 01/01/2014
Doug Liman may have directed a couple of clunkers in his time but I really enjoy his style and a science fiction action movie is exactly where Tom Cruise belongs. Emily Blunt is looking great for this one, too!
Doug Liman may have directed a couple of clunkers in his time but I really enjoy his style and a science fiction action movie is exactly where Tom Cruise belongs. Emily Blunt is looking great for this one, too!
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2:03AM on 01/01/2014
Yummeh yummeh Eva Green...
Yummeh yummeh Eva Green...
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2:03AM on 01/01/2014
This has to be a fun time, no two ways about it. That does look like a pretty crammed roster but I hope everyone gets their moment. I'm most looking forward to seeing Harrison Ford alongside the gang.
This has to be a fun time, no two ways about it. That does look like a pretty crammed roster but I hope everyone gets their moment. I'm most looking forward to seeing Harrison Ford alongside the gang.
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2:02AM on 01/01/2014
Excited to see Julianne Moore join the already-illustrious cast, too.
Excited to see Julianne Moore join the already-illustrious cast, too.
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2:01AM on 01/01/2014
It seems that by all accounts, Jose Padilha got screwed over by the Hollywood studio system, as happens to a lot of very talented foreign directors making their first English-language movies.
It seems that by all accounts, Jose Padilha got screwed over by the Hollywood studio system, as happens to a lot of very talented foreign directors making their first English-language movies.
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2:00AM on 01/01/2014
I think it's "Colombian" and not "Columbian" but I make that mistake a lot myself.
I think it's "Colombian" and not "Columbian" but I make that mistake a lot myself.
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1:59AM on 01/01/2014
Wally Pfister's clean, clinical (yet not cold) lensing style certainly ends itself to cyber-punk-ish science fiction. Looking forward to it.
Wally Pfister's clean, clinical (yet not cold) lensing style certainly ends itself to cyber-punk-ish science fiction. Looking forward to it.
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1:58AM on 01/01/2014
This looks wild. As out there as the Wachowskis ever were, but more action-driven and perhaps more accessible to moviegoers at large.
This looks wild. As out there as the Wachowskis ever were, but more action-driven and perhaps more accessible to moviegoers at large.
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1:17AM on 01/01/2014

Agree

Solid placings on the list
Solid placings on the list
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12:57AM on 01/01/2014
I'm hoping Bay has at least learnt a modicum of a something from those last two outings, but I guess a Michael Bay can't change its spots.
I'm hoping Bay has at least learnt a modicum of a something from those last two outings, but I guess a Michael Bay can't change its spots.
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