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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by DarkSpade93, Aug 1, 2013.
I sure hope so.
...or do I?
.........I'd watch the hell out of that.
lol I came up with that just for you.
Edited the list with numerous additions.
Removed Batman vs. Superman as it now has a release date of May 6 2016.
Hunger Games, Star Wars, and the Avengers are gonna be my "Must-See" films. I love the Hunger Games series (both books and movies), Star Wars is a childhood past-time of mine, and the Avengers is generally just high-intensity fun.
Removed some films as they got pushed and added others in their place. Also, all films listed now have release dates.
Since the list has changed a few times...
I am looking forward to:
obligatory "video game culture movie" to see, like Scott Pilgrim although that movie was good
Brad Bird directing a sci-fi movie? Also, Disney. I'm in
maybe. Depends how it's approached. I absolutely love the books, and find the original movie pretty entertaining. I think I've seen Lost World once though, and JPIII zero times. If this is more of reboot-as-a-sequel (think Mission:Impossible Ghost Protocol) then I think I'll see it
sure, why not
It's a Bond movie. It's a Daniel Craig Bond movie. It's a Bond movie by Sam Mendes. Three things going for it so far
[*]The Good Dinosaur
original non-sequel content by Pixar, so yay! And let me state for the record that I preferred the original working title of "The Untitled Pixar Movie About Dinosaurs" - it had a logo for that and everything
[*]Star Wars: Episode VII
Star Wars! It can only be better than the prequels, and that's not hard to do. Plus J.J. Abrams is a good caretaker for this
I've only seen 3 and 4, but I enjoyed them - 4 especially. So, let's keep at this
another Pixar movie. The concept for this one actually looks pretty cool. Takes place inside the mind. Also, Pete Docter is directed - he did Monsters, Inc. and Up. Get ready to have your heartstrings pulled
Well it's almost 2015! Since more news has been released for nearly all the films on the list, which ones are you most looking forward to?
For me, the only ones that are must-see are Spectre and Jurassic World. I'll only see the other films if they get good reviews.
I'm sorry, but you misspelled "Star Wars" as "Jurassic World"
"Jurassic World" has little to do with the books and they did not use my Spice World × Jurassic Park crossover idea, so unless it gets some amazing word-of-mouth and reviews I think I'll skip it. The original movie is great fun, but I have seen the second one so few times and never even bothered to see the third one :X I really, really badly want a book-accurate film reboot for the Jurassic Park and Lost World.
Top of my list is "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" and "Spectre 007" easily. I have gone on at length at how they really have to try hard to screw up Star Wars, but I think it is worth repeating. I shall copy/paste what I wrote on another forum lol
And then with the recently titled "Spectre"...
"Casino Royale" is easily one of my all time favourite films. The sequel, "Quantum of Solace" was such a let down and yet tried to make some great strides into a lore for the new canon and continuity. Which was important. But, in effort to not be "Quantum of Solace", the third movie threw all that backstory out the window despite being really interesting and directly related to "Casino Royale". Really, "Skyfall" doesn't have much to connect it to the reboot series aside from Daniel Craig being in it. Like why is the car from "Goldfinger" there if that hasn't happened yet or at all?
"Spectre" is keeping the great team that worked on "Skyfall" but thankfully bringing back the backstory. Mr. White from the Quantum criminal organization is back after sitting out the third movie. Plus, it's SPECTRE! We're going to have Q and Moneypenny in full force after their reintroduction in the last film. Plus a new M. And, very likely Blofeld now. That is some classic Bond movie stuff. So, I am excited.
I am also interested in, but know very little about, "Tomorrowland" - because how can a science-fiction film by Brad Bird be a bad thing? - and "Inside Out" because I like Pete Docter's Pixar output ("Up" and the original "Monsters, Inc.")