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Sunday, 3 May 2015

Top 10 - Most Anticipated Summer Movies

This is a new item i will be doing every once in a while which i will do a top ten on a certain topic. I won't be including Avengers: Age of Ultron in this because i have already reviewed it which you can read here: http://hairy-popcorn.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/spoilers-review-avengers-age-of-ultron.html



Honorable Mentions

Hitman: Agent 47

Entourage
Pixels 
Tommorowland


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10: Terminator Genisys
I love Terminator 1&2, but the other sequels lacked what the first few had, which i think Genisys could bring back from the reboot style of film that they are doing with this film, unfortunately the latest trailer revealed a bit too much for my liking which i would've loved to see on the big screen instead of a trailer






9: Ted 2
Ted was a surprisingly hilarious film which had the same great humour that Seth MacFarlane uses in Family Guy, then A Million Way to Die in The West came out which i thought was a complete mess, which has left me slightly worried for this film but from the trailers i like what i see.







8: Fantastic Four
The previous 2 Fantastic Four films were really childish and silly, i wasn't optimistic about this reboot until i heard about the great young cast they got and started seeing the trailers, which has made me very optimistic that it could be good.








7: Mr. Holmes
This film seems like a nice break from all the big blockbusters coming out and is about an elderly Sherlock Holmes played by Ian McKellen, reflecting on his life, this seems really interesting to me because we have never seen an elderly Holmes before.




6. Pitch Perfect 2
Surprisingly i really liked Pitch Perfect, i thought the songs were great and the cast also, it was also laugh out loud funny so i'm hoping for more of the same from this one.

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5. Southpaw

Jake Gyllenhaal has been on a role lately and i don't think it'll stop here, he put on a ton of weight and muscled up for thsi role and it looks like it paid off, it would've of been higher on the list but the trailer showed way too much of the film that i have probably seen 80% of it.





4. Inside Out
Its the newest Pixar film, what more do i need to say! I haven't enjoyed the past few Pixar films as much as the older ones must this film seems like it'll change that, there has been a lot of buzz about it and i think it'll be great.






3. Ant-Man
Ant-Man is the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, unfortunately Edgar Wright left the project but i still have hope and think it'll still be a great film, i think Paul Rudd was a really smart choice for the main hero and i'm excited to see how he does in his biggest film to date, i;m also interested in how the film will connect itself to the MCU because it seems a bit left out at the moment.





2. Straight Outta Compton
Straight Outta Comption is the N.W.A's biopic which the original members helped create, i didn't care about this film at all until i saw the first trailer which peaked my interest, i'm really excited to see how the film chronicles one of the best rap groups ever and how the music will fit in.





1. Mad Max: Fury Road
This is another film that i didn't really care about until i saw the trailer and how crazy and insane it looks, Tom Hardy is at the top of his game at the moment so i think this film is going to be mind blowingly good, and with the original director of the Mel Gibson films' coming back i think this has potential to be amazing.





What are your most anticipated films of the summer?
Comment and let me know!

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