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Sunday, January 24, 2016

[Article] 10 Interesting Movies of 2016

Here are 10 movies (in no particular order) that I believe are going to be interesting to see in 2016.

The 5th Wave (Jan 22nd)

Haven't read the books or anything, but I'm interested because it looks like a cross between War of the Worlds and Divergent. I'm hoping it's not a Divergent copy though.

Race (Feb 19)

This is Jesse Owens vs Hitler. Enough said. I'm interested.

The Witch (Feb 26)

Interesting Horror. Looks like something I'd be okay with watching at home.

The Jungle Book (Apr 15)

Maybe it's my inner child screaming out, but I want to see this and watch it with my kids. The visuals look good so count me in.

Barbershop 3: The Next Cut & Best Man Wedding (April 15)

I don't really like the fact that they will be competing in theaters, but I'll be watching both of these releases. Both of these films will be shooting for the same target audience. Plus if you look at the movie schedule, there's little to no competition coming out during the week of April 1st. I'll still be going out and seeing both.

Independence Day 2: Resurgence (June 24th)

Something tells me that I'm supposed to get excited for this film, but even after watching the trailer, it's just not doing it for me. Maybe it's because Will Smith is missing. Maybe it's because it took too long for this sequel to come out. Whatever it is, I'll go see it, but I'm interested not geeked.

The Legend of Tarzan (July 1st)

This seems to have a good line up of actors (Margot Robbie, Christoph Waltz, Sam Jackson, and more). The visuals also seem appealing with the computer special effects and all. I'll give this a chance.

Star Trek Beyond (July 22nd)

The reason why this film didn't make my "excited to see" list is because Director J.J. Abrams (who directed the previous two Star Trek films) will not be directing this film. Not much is none about the plot just yet but either way, it appears from the trailers to look interesting. I'll be watching.

10 Clover Field  Lane (March 11th)

This was definitely a surprise as this movie was held closely under wraps. The trailer just dropped out of nowhere and now we know it's coming. The first Clover Field movie was hit or miss with many viewers. I personally enjoyed it, but I didn't think it earth shattering. I love the fact that John Goodman is starring in it and that even the trailer doesn't give too much away. It has my attention.

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