What Movie your looking forward to the Most this year?

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Poll: What Movie your looking forward to the Most this year? (25 votes)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier 0%
Rio 2 0%
Transendence 0%
The Amazing Spider-man 2 8%
Godzilla 36%
X-men Days of Future Past 16%
Malifecent 4%
22 Jump Street 0%
How to Train your Dragon 2 0%
Transformers 4: Age of Ultron 0%
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 4%
Guardians of the Galaxy 8%
New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 0%
The Expendables 3 0%
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 4%
Horrible Bosses 2 0%
The Hobbit: There and Back Again 20%
Night at the Museum 3 0%

just for fun guys :)

mine is The Hobbit: There and Back Again

#1 Posted by Master_Live (14206 posts) -

Interstellar or Inherent Vice.

#2 Posted by sammyjenkis898 (28040 posts) -


#3 Edited by uninspiredcup (7875 posts) -


#4 Posted by Korvus (3238 posts) -

I'll probably end up watching most (if not all) of those but somehow none of them really makes me want to go watch in the theatre.

#5 Edited by redstorm72 (4525 posts) -

Godzilla by a country mile. I love creature features, and the trailers for the movie look amazing. Also really looking forward to the Hobbit, Guardians of the Galaxy, 22 Jump Street, Xmen, Expendables and the Hunger Games. Should be a good year for movies.

#6 Edited by elkoldo (1011 posts) -

None !

#7 Posted by konvikt_17 (22171 posts) -

22 Jump Street, Hunger Games, Transformers 4, Horrible Bosses 2

#8 Posted by 187umKILLAH (1337 posts) -

Godzilla, but Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a close second.

#9 Posted by Flubbbs (2975 posts) -



Mockingjay Pt. 1

The Hobbit: There and Back Again

in that order

#10 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26055 posts) -

Currently, 'Only Lovers Left Alive' followed closely by 'The Trip To Italy' and 'Boyhood'.

#11 Posted by johnd13 (7995 posts) -

The Hobbit: There and Back Again. I'm also really interested in X-Men: Days of Future Past and Amazing Spider-Man 2.

#12 Posted by XilePrincess (13128 posts) -

Hunger games, but also the hobbit, maleficent, and a few others not listed.

#13 Posted by sukraj (22177 posts) -


#14 Posted by blamix99 (1699 posts) -

why a lot is excited for godzilla? it will be sad when he dies again at the end. hopefully it will be like the original japanese Godzilla

#15 Posted by Jd1680a (5922 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy
Hobbit: Here and Back Again

#16 Posted by Venom951 (365 posts) -

For me Godzilla I was a huge fan of the old ones from Japan I like to pretend the 1998 American one with matthew Broderick .

#17 Posted by spike6958 (4710 posts) -

The only ones I have any interest in seeing this year are Godzilla, X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Hobbit: There and Back Again, and even these I'm not overly bothered about watching in the Cinema, and could happily wait for the Blu Ray releases of.

There are only two movies in development right now that I'll 100% watching in the cinema and they are Jurassic World, and Star Wars Episode VII.

#18 Posted by -Toshy- (1352 posts) -

Based only off of synopses (since I don't really pay attention to movies).

The ones I'll catch in theaters will probably be Neighbors (looks like nice, mindless fun) and The Double (seems pretty neat). Would watch Ilo Ilo in theaters, but I doubt it'll be airing where I live.

#19 Posted by uninspiredcup (7875 posts) -

@blamix99 said:

why a lot is excited for godzilla? it will be sad when he dies again at the end. hopefully it will be like the original japanese Godzilla

Doubtful. The original appealed to the Japanese because they had been nuked. It tapped into that. Be super surprised if a studo had the courage not to Americanize it. From the trailer, it 100% looks that way. Since apparently, unless it's America, who gives a shit.

#20 Edited by Boddicker (2535 posts) -

22 Jump Street and Interstellar are the only one even mildly on my radar.

#21 Posted by -Renegade (8340 posts) -


#22 Posted by turtlethetaffer (16679 posts) -

Only one on that list I have an urge to see is 22 Jump St and that's because the first one was actually very well done.

#23 Posted by thehig1 (1418 posts) -

Godzilla, because it will be better than the peice of trash 1998 film. Although most the films on that list are sequels or reboots.

I'm boycotting amazing spiderman, there is no point in that film existing, its only to make money of the spiderman name, no other gender.

#24 Posted by IMAHAPYHIPPO (2563 posts) -

Mine :)

#25 Posted by ferrari2001 (16824 posts) -

God that's hard. It's such a fantastic year for movies. Godzilla, Planet, Mockingjay, Hobbit, Guardians, Transcendence, X-Men, Cap 2. I will be in the theater a lot this year.

#26 Posted by joehult (363 posts) -

Million ways to die in the west

#27 Posted by hippiesanta (9812 posts) -

The Hobbit, Interstellar and Godzilla, and Welcome to Yesterday

#28 Posted by ShepardCommandr (2429 posts) -

Guardians of the Galaxy and the Hobbit

#29 Posted by Ballroompirate (22555 posts) -

Mother fraking Godzilla, then GotG.

#30 Edited by Master_Live (14206 posts) -
#31 Posted by Tokeism (2323 posts) -

For me its Guardians of the Galaxy, closely followed by The Hobbit: There and Back Again and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

I am also hoping to see 300: Rise of an Empire and The Lego Movie before there cinema run ends

#32 Posted by Trail_Mix (2021 posts) -

Godzilla, I guess...

#33 Edited by benleslie5 (7780 posts) -

Godzilla and Hunger Games

#34 Edited by IMAHAPYHIPPO (2563 posts) -


Mine :)

Which is?

You won't get it out of me that easily. I'll give you a hint. It has a story. You watch it on a screen. ;)