Alright I had been meaning to do this before now but at least I'm getting this done this month. That being an overview of movies I've noticed that were coming out this year. I'll go through each month pointing out the ones I've been paying attention to the most.January:
Nothing here, the movies either haven't resonated with me or look too stupid to even consider.February:
Deadpool - I'm sure you've seen the test footage as well as the trailers. This one looks like it'll be a funny superhero movie. Really looking forward to this one.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Zoolander 2 - Both look pretty dumb, but then again that's the idea behind Zoolander in general. PassMarch:
Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice - This is the one I'm worried about, DC and Warner Bros. making their ham fisted attempt to catch up with Marvel for the movie heroes. I get the feeling their attempts to shoehorn a bunch of characters into one movie won't turn out as well as they want. We'll have to see.April:
Ratchet and Clank - Oh hooray another movie based on a video game, those have done so well before... /sarcasmMay:
Captain America: Civil War - The whole Marvel storyline has been pretty good so far, of course I'm sure someone would love to point out all the plot holes to me. Trust me I don't care, it's nice to have a few explosions and plot development mixed together. And this one looks like it'll be a little wild so we'll have to see what happens there.
X-Men: Apocalypse - The X-Men movies have been pretty good overall, and the little bits I've seen about this one should continue that trend. Plus we get to see Olivia Munn dressed up as Psylocke, that's worth at least part of the price of admission right there. June:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows - Michael Bay ruins another childhood property. I'll have the piss off with a triple side order of pass for this one.
Warcraft - I dunno, I just really don't know about this one. Mebbe.
Independence Day: Resurgence - I might see this one when it comes to the movie channels, unless it looks like a must see in theaters. I thought the first movie was really good, but the last time a movie franchise took years and years to do a sequel the second film was kinda bad.July:
The Purge 3 - What, 5 people went to see this one and it warrants another sequel? How dumb are the main victims in this movie gonna be? No, just crap no.
Ghostbusters - Hooray another reboot... I seem to remember that one of the stars of this new take on Ghostbusters annoys me to no end. I'll have to look at the cast of this one to decide if I'm going to go see that one or not.
Star Trek Beyond - This could be the movie that starts the petition to get Captain Lensflare to direct the next movie in the late 2020s. They got a guy that did a couple of the Fast and Furious films to direct this one, so don't be surprised when someone detonates the Enterprise's Nitrous tank in this film. I'll watch it if someone else pays for the ticket, and even then I reserved the right to feel ripped off.August:
Suicide Squad - For the love of crap I hope this movie does well, you have no idea. Now I do realize this is a movie that bases everything off of the new52 stuff that most everyone agrees is terrible, but I think this is a movie people need to see. The reason being is that a movie that doesn't star Batman or Superman but is still a DC movie needs to do well in theaters. The studio execs need to see that people want to see other DC characters on the big screen.September:
Nothing here apparently, I thought there was a movie here but it doesn't seem that way.October:
Gambit - Haven't heard too much about this one, we'll have to see.November:
Doctor Strange - Little bit after Halloween is when things get strange. Yes I know that's a bad joke. Seriously though I saw the costume and and it looks pretty spot on to the "classic look" of Doctor Strange. Hopefully we'll see more of the movie as we progress through the year.December:
Rogue One: A Star Wars story - The first of the spin off films now that the leader of the Jedi Council is a mouse. Again very little information so I don't know what to say about it. Could be interesting or it could kinda take a dump, not sure which one right now.
Assassin's Creed - Another video game based movie, another movie I'm not sure about. We'll have to see.
And those are the ones I care about this year. If you have a movie you wanted to see on this list and I didn't include it oh well.
Seriously though I'm most looking forward to Civil War and Suicide Squad. The film I'm dreading the most is Dawn of Justice, with Star Trek Beyond being a very close second.
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