Most people enjoy movies of all genres — so what does 2014 have to offer in the way of film entertainment? (image courtesy of Steve Morgan ) The year is now in full swing, and a number of notable films such as The LEGO Movie, RoboCop, The Monuments Men,That Awkward Moment, About Last Night, I, Frankenstein, and […]
Most people enjoy movies of all genres — so what does 2014 have to offer in the way of film entertainment?
(image courtesy of Steve Morgan )
The year is now in full swing, and a number of notable films such as The LEGO Movie, RoboCop, The Monuments Men,That Awkward Moment, About Last Night, I, Frankenstein, and Ride Along have already hit theaters.
Jack Noonan (’16) says he wants to see Ride Along, because Kevin Hart and Ice Cube are in it.
Bryant Lamar (’14), Taylor Turner (’14), and Dylan Santana (’14) all said they want to see The LEGO Movie.
The films that are already in theaters have received mixed reviews. The LEGO Movie was given great reviews, while the Robocop remake was not received as well as the 1987 original.
2014 is a very sequel heavy year. Many of the most anticipated films are sequels, spin offs, or remakes. Transformers: Age of Extinction, Captain America: Winter Soldier, The Amazing Spider Man 2, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1, 22 Jump Street, and Muppets Most Wanted, and The Hobbit: There and Back Again, and Godzilla are all sequels, remakes, or spin-offs to already existing franchises.
What unreleased films are CB students excited to see?
Ian Oushakoff (’14) wants to see Gaurdians of the Galaxy.
Reed Kiefer (’16) wants to see Transformers: Age of Extinction.
“I wanna see what Michael Bay is going to do with a new set of actors” he explained.
Drew Heidrick (’14) wants to see Captain America: Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days of Future Past because he likes Marvel movies.
There are tons of other blockbusters being released, too. A Million Ways to Die in the West, which is being directed by Seth MacFarlane, Divergent, directed by Neil Burger, Noah, directed by Darren Aronofsky, The Grand Budapest Hotel, which Wes Anderson is directing, are only some of the other new films this year.
Allison Lian (’14) is really excited for Island of Lemurs: Madagascar because she’s obsessed with lemurs.
Emily Taylor (’16) wants to see Divergent because she read the book and the other books in the series, and really enjoyed them.
So whether you’re looking for an action packed adventure or a dramatic journey, it looks like 2014 will have a film for you.