Friday, January 03, 2014

My 30 Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is my most anticipated film of 2014, followed by Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Guardians of the Galaxy.

My 30 most anticipated movies of 2014 are listed below in release date order.  You can find a bigger list of movies releasing in 2014 on the RPF here.

Click on the release dates to view the trailers/info clips. Some of the images will be updated once the official posters get released.

1. The LEGO Movie 

February 7

2. The Monuments Men

February 7

3. The Grand Budapest Hotel

March 7

4. Need for Speed

 March 14

5. Veronica Mars

March 14

6. Divergent

March 21

7. Noah

March 28

8. The Raid 2: Berandal

March 28

9. Captain America: The Winter Soldier

 April 4

10. Transcendence

April 18

11. The Amazing Spider-Man 2

May 2

12. Neighbors

May 9

13. Chef

 May 9

14. Godzilla

May 16

15. X-Men: Days of Future Past

 May 23

16. Edge of Tomorrow

 June 6

17. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

July 11

18. Jupiter Ascending

July 18

19. Guardians of the Galaxy

August 1

20. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

August 8

21. Lucy

August 8

22. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

August 22

23. Gone Girl

October 3

24. Big Hero 6

November 7

25. Interstellar

November 7

26. Dumb and Dumber To

November 14

27. Fury

 November 14

28. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

November 21

29. Exodus

 December 12

30. The Hobbit: There and Back Again

 December 17


Lord Shaneez said...

Nice, I would add this plus Robocop, Under the Skin, Dom Hemingway and maybe Bad Words.

Vivek said...

Robocop reboot looks cool and I like Joel Kinnaman from The Killing, but I might skip it. Don't want to support this trend of reboots.

They can't be avoided and yes some remakes in the past have been good. I am not saying I will avoid all reboots/remakes, but this one I plan to.

Lord Shaneez said...

Yeah, I agree to some extent. I am afraid they will fuck it up like Total Recall. But I liked Dredd. But one of the main reasons is Joel Kinnaman, I loved him in the killing, lets see how it works out!

Vivek said...

Yeah Total Recall was a drag especially the final act of the movie.

I loved Dredd. But it was not a remake, it was a new and more faithful adaptation of the comics. And I want to see a sequel for it.

Problem is, all studios want to have their franchises to be like Bond movies now. So they reboot and remake movies from their list of IP (intellectual property) every new decade or two with new actors.

If the buzz for the new Robocop is overly positive, I might check it out.