In 2017, some superhero sagas will be continuing, and some new films will be introduced. Superhero movies have dominated the box office in recent years and 2017 won’t be any different. Marvel and DC comics have a slew of action packed flicks that will make even the oldest superhero fan feel like a kid again.
A new film franchise that is interesting is the revision of “Power Rangers”. More than 20 years ago The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers played an iconic role in pop culture. It should be amusing to see the red, blue, black, yellow and pink rangers team up to help defend the globe. But the real question is, will Tommy be back as the maverick green ranger?
Something a little more familiar to most superhero fans will be the release of “Logan”. Hugh Jackman is back for the third and final solo Wolverine film for this tenth installment of the X-Men film series. According to IMDB “In the near future, an aging Wolverine and Professor X must protect a young female clone of Wolverine from an evil organization”. (“Logan” IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3315342/) Accessed 10 Jan. 2017.
A highly anticipated comedic superhero movie will be released this year as well. No not Deadpool 2 (that’s being released in 2018) but “The LEGO Batman Movie”. This flick will be a comedic gem. The premise of the movie is based around Batman heading out on an individual odyssey of sorts to find himself. “Always be yourself… unless you can be Batman” (“The LEGO Batman Movie” IMDB Taglines http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4116284/taglines?ref_=tt_stry_tg) Accessed 10 Jan. 2017.
DC Comics is gearing up to release the highly anticipated “Wonder Woman” on June 2, 2017. It will be interesting to see the classic comic-book heroine grace the silver screen in this installment of the DC Extended Universe. This film is being produced by Zack Snyder who has worked on a number of superhero films such as “Watchmen”, “Man of Steel”, and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”. The setting for this series will be based around WWI with Chris Pine co-starring as United States Air Force pilot Steve Trevor.
DC Comics adversary Marvel Comics is ready to release the third installment of “Thor: Ragnarok”. If you’ve stayed up to date the Marvel Comic Universe films, you know that Thor is currently being held prisoner on another world without his trusty hammer. We will definitely be seeing The Hulk in this movie as well a new supervillainess Hela, played by the stunning Cate Blanchett. Along with Thor, Marvel will attempt to roll out a Spider-Man series. Marvel has been trying to tie in Spider-Man to the Marvel Comic Universe for years and finally we will see the result of what is sure to be an exciting segment. The setting for this movie will feature Peter Parker as a high schooler trying to balance his social life with his superhero life.
The fifth installment of Transformers will be bringing back Michael Bay as the director, as well as Mark Wahlberg and Stanley Tucci from the previous Autobot film “Age of Extinction”. Michael Bay has stated that this will be his last Transformers film, but that won’t stop Paramount Pictures from making an extended universe for Transformers. Don’t expect to be rid of the Autobots and Decepticons anytime soon.
If you’re a superhero fan you know that Justice League will be an exhilarating movie with loads of potential. Justice League traditionally is the team of Batman and Superman with fellow DC Comic heroes Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg. Every DC fan is circling November 17, 2017 on their calendar. Even Marvel Comics might be a little nervous of this potential blockbuster.
Lastly, we have the refreshing and exhilarating flick “Guardians of the Galaxy”. Marvel comes back with Peter Quill and the gang. We will be engaged with the Guardians as they roam through the cosmos with their action-packed antics. “Set to the backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ continues the team’s adventures as they unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s true parentage.” (“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3896198/) Accessed 10 Jan. 2017
As you can see, it looks like 2017 will definitely be action-packed year, especially with the release of all these captivating superhero movies. It’s amazing the route superhero movies have taken, even from 10 years ago. 2017 will set the stage for the next decade of super-flicks. Sit back, enjoy your popcorn, and fasten those 3-D glasses tight.
Some of the best films of all-time aren’t only live-action, but animated. It’s a big misconception to think that the only fans of this genre category are children. After all, we can’t forget that it is the adults who creating these works of art. Animation fantasy appeals to all ages and it gives us a break from reality. With that said, the following article will detail the seven best animated movies created by Disney, Pixar and other productions (in our opinion).
All-Time Best Animated Movie #7: Aladdin
Disney’s Aladdin was the most successful film of 1992. The musical tale featured the characters: Aladdin, Abu, Jafar, Princess Jasmine and the infamous Genie who is voiced by the late-great Robin Williams. This was the movie that inspired kids everywhere to pretend they had their own magic carpet. The film won several awards, mostly for its soundtrack which featured the hit song, “A Whole New World.” The movie’s theme won an Oscar, Golden Globe, and even a Grammy respectively. Sometimes a soundtrack helps shape a movie and Aladdin‘s is definitely one you cannot forget.
All-Time Best Animated Movie #6: The Lion King
Speaking of soundtracks, The Lion King has one of the best ever composed. Elton John and Bernie Taupin gave us “The Circle of Life,” “Can You Feel The Love Tonight?” along with others. The movie told the story of Simba who grew up under the reign of his father, King Mufasa. Mufasa’s brother Scar had a plan to take over the throne and succeeded when Mufasa was killed in a stampede. The film follows Simba into adulthood and chronicles his friendships with Nala, Timon, and Pumba. The classic inspired straight to video sequels and even a television spin off.
All-Time Best Animated Movie #5: Toy Story
In 1995, the world was introduced to Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear, toys that belong to our central human character, a boy named Andy. Andy and Woody were always together, that’s until Buzz showed up as a birthday present for Andy. In the end, Buzz and Woody must learn to work together for the sake of the boy they love so much. The movie has influenced the creation of two sequels and Toy Story 4 is scheduled for release in 2019. The franchise continues to live “to infinity and beyond!”
All-Time Best Animated Movie #4: Monster’s Inc.
Pixar’s Monster’s Inc. starred Billy Crystal as “Cyclops Mike” and John Goodman as “Teddy-Bear Monster Sully”. The monsters are trained to go bump in the night and scare little kids but one little kid in particular is more intrigued than scared. Boo and the monster crew became quick favorites and several years later, they released a sequel, Monster’s University.
All-Time Best Animated Movie #3: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tim Burton was known for his quirky, creepy classics such as Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands but reached a whole new audience when he made The Nightmare Before Christmas. The movie’s soundtrack was provided by the talent of Danny Elfman and remains one of the most famous movie soundtracks to this day. While Jack Skellington wants to kidnap Santa and it has a hint of a Christmas theme, the movie has been confirmed as a Halloween film. Over twenty years after its release and its fan base continues to grow.
All-Time Best Animated Movie #2: Frozen
One of the biggest and most surprising successes in more recent years was that of the princess sister musical, Frozen. The parent-less Anna and Elsa become enemies for a short while and along their journey’s they meet talking snowmen and reindeer. The movie is best known for its theme song “Let It Go.” There has been talks of a Frozen sequel in the works but regardless of the time gap, little girls everywhere still want to be one of the princesses for Halloween or incorporate them into their birthday parties. The franchise has now become bigger than the film itself.
All-Time Best Animated Movie #1: Finding Nemo
There hasn’t been a more successful animated movie since 2003’s Finding Nemo. The movie tells the story of Nemo, who is raised by his father, Marlin and gets caught in a fisher man’s net while going to school. The premise of the movie is the search for Nemo and with the help of Dory, a fish with short term memory loss, Marlin is eventually reunited with his son. In 2016, the long awaited sequel Finding Dory was released. The movie featured the original characters and voice talents of Ellen Degeneres and Albert Brooks.
Regardless really of the film design, it is how its written that makes it stand out, and those are just seven of the best animated movies of all-time. A movie can be thirty years old and attract a four year old, just as a brand new movie can attract an 80 year old. Animation offers something for everyone it seems.
The Golden Globes kicked off awards season with a bang. From movies that you’ve never heard of, to speeches that will go down in history, this award show had it all. The winners took their awards with grace while some winners still got the glory without the award itself. The night was stuffed with stars and full of laughter.
Best Picture: La La Land
“La La Land” has gotten various reviews. Some hate the musical feel that throws viewers back to the early days of Hollywood. Others rejoice in the legendary feel. The movie took seven awards home setting a record. Singing, dancing, nostalgia and a love story simply can’t lose.
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama: Casey Affleck
Casey Affleck officially steps out of his big brother Ben’s shadow with this win. He’s a frontrunner this awards season for his portrayal as a sad janitor whom takes in his nephew. His unkept look at the Golden Globes wasn’t a win in a lot of people’s eyes, but Affleck can walk away with the award laughing. Next up for Affleck is the “Lewis and Clark” TV mini-series and “A Ghost Story” with Rooney Mara.
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Winner Without A Statue: Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington didn’t take home the statue for his portrayal of a sanitation worker in the 1950s raising his family and dealing with his past, but, when is Denzel not a winner? Washington steps into the character effortlessly and makes it so fluid viewers forget this isn’t a real family and we aren’t in the 50s. Anything Washington does turns to gold. Up next he will be in the movies, “The Equalizer 2” and “Inner City.”
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: Emma Stone
Everyone wants to love the sweet, awkward Emma Stone. She held a funny moment in the night when she went in for a hug to her director just as he went to kiss his wife. She laughed it off and we all smiled with her. Stone played a singing, dancing aspiring actress beautifully in the film. She brought the character to life making it look easy as she always does. Next up for Miss Stone is taking on the persona of Billie Jean King in “Battle of the Sexes.”
Cecil B. DeMille Award Recipient and Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Winner Without A Statue: Meryl Streep
Meryl Streep owns the room. She’s nominated for practically anything she does so when she doesn’t win people just assume someone else needed the spotlight more than her at that moment. Her emotional speech during her Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance brought people to tears. The entire world was talking about her speech the next day whether they loved it or hated it. She took a stand either way. Instead of talking about her film accomplishments, she made her own movement. No doubt her performance in “Florence Foster Jenkins” could win a Golden Globe, but this was all about her moment and her speech instead of her character in the film.
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Winner: Isabelle Huppert
Isabelle Huppert’s win for her role in “Elle” had some people wondering where this astonishing woman came from as many didn’t even known her name. The French actress has actually appeared in over 100 films in her long spanning career and even won Best Actress twice at the Cannes Film Festival. She told Vulture she isn’t going to be takng away all the American acting roles. In fact, right now she can also be seen in the French drama “Things to Come.”
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Winner Without A Statue: Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman was the favorite to win for her portrayal of Jackie Kennedy in “Jackie.” Portman is raw with emotion showing viewers a look inside Jackie that the public never understood. Her amazing acting skills bring Mrs. Kennedy to life. Portman can be seen next in “Annihilation” and “Song to Song.”
The memorable night saw winners kissing their statues and winners without statues holding their heads high. All those nominated are winners of entertainment and are brought together in one room for one night to celebrate performing. The awards season is now set in motion waiting for more winners to take the stage.
There have been a lot of movies going through the theaters but few are as fun and exciting at the Marvel Films. If you haven’t seen them yet, you are one of the few. These movies have dominated the theaters with movie goers all the last few years.
Early Marvel Movies
Marvel tested the waters years ago when they first released the Iron Man films as well as the Hulk movies that were around the same time. These films gave watchers a new kind of hero that was once a lot like us and then became something more. The Hulk movies were a bit different focusing on a man that had to understand the monster inside of himself and keep it from taking over.
The Marvel films that are coming out now are more defined and allow for not just one hero, but several. Each has their own back story that weaves into the universe with the others. This makes it interesting and fun for those watching the films. They also have interesting bad guys that we may know of may not.
DC Compared to Marvel
DC Has been making movies for a long time, but they seem to stick with Batman and Superman. However, DC has taken a great step on TV through their shows on the CW. they have even addressed the multiverse which is nice for fans. They have a different feel than Marvel and are not as successful as films.
Marvel has taken over the Movie screen. They are doing a lot with the films focusing on Ant Man and Dr Strange. This makes it different than any of the others they have used so far and they are planning on bringing them together in the Avenger movies. This makes it fun to watch and see what they are doing. They also have some shows on TV they are doing which can make the universe that much more.
Marvel Films to Come
There are a lot of movies planned in the next few years that you may want to watch out for. These films are most likely going to be continuations of what we have already seen. There will be a climax in the Avenger series that connects the different single hero movies. This is the best way to keep each of the movies connected to each other and in the same world. That makes it interesting to watch because you don’t know what is going to happen next.
There are a lot of different movies with characters based on comic book characters that are fun to watch. You can see the Marvel ones are the biggest you may find at this point, but keep an eye out. DC and Vertigo comics are catching up fast. They may be the next big comic book movie you want to see. While Marvel is a great comic book movie company at the moment, it’s possible that one of the others will be the next big thing.
The fireplace is warm, your kids are running around the Christmas tree, and your neighbor’s holiday lights are shining brightly in the distance. What is there to do before the real festivities arrive at Christmas?
Movies are great pastimes especially with the family and here are a few ways to enjoy them this holiday season.
Movie producers love this season. There is a wide variety of topics including the Grinch, reindeer, and snow. While the typical selection of action and horror movies is still available at movie theaters, these winter and Christmas-themed movies are special additions to your viewing selection. These movies are usually rated G or PG, which makes them available for all ages. In addition, movies are accessible from home as well as from theaters. Because the weather outside may be chilly, don’t hesitate to stay at home and watch movies from your computer or television. Services such as Netflix allow you to stream movies online. You could also buy DVDs and watch on your television. Children love to pick out movies, so give them a few to choose from and see what interests them. Near Christmas, they will be extremely excited about presents and Santa Claus and cannot wait to watch a movie about the holiday spirit! Movies can be culturally educational as well as hilarious. Other Christmas activities such as board games or fireplace stories are awesome. Accompanying these activities with a movie in the background is a great mix of old and new.
Movies are excellent ways to start a conversation. Many families invite relatives over for Christmas or New Year’s Day, and for extended families, some people might not know each other. Movies are terrific icebreakers, particularly holiday movies that have themes that everybody can relate to. Turning on a movie and laughing at a snowball fight is a great way to introduce people through humor.
Finally, the holidays make a perfect time to watch movies due to limited options. Movies are indoor activities for mornings, afternoons, and evenings. During the holiday season, many restaurants and malls close or have limited hours. Although fewer activities are available, movies are reliable sources of entertainment for all ages. Don’t bother trying to find a bowling alley on Christmas Day; tune into your family’s favorite movie instead!
Even though the holidays only occur at the very end of the year, their festive mood can be felt throughout December. On Friday and Saturday nights, entertainment is a must and movies are a great way to turn this into a reality. Make sure to look for movies that the entire family will enjoy. Moreover, look for holiday specials that are less prevalent at other times of the year. Movies can definitely give a sense of holiday spirit and make this season even more merry for everyone involved.
Sully (2016) HD
|Producer||:||Frank Marshall, Clint Eastwood, Tim Moore, Allyn Stewart.|
|Release||:||September 7, 2016|
|Country||:||United States of America.|
|Production Company||:||Malpaso Productions, Warner Bros., FilmNation Entertainment, RatPac Entertainment, Flashlight Films.|
‘Sully’ is a movie genre Drama, was released in September 7, 2016. Clint Eastwood was directed this movie and starring by Tom Hanks. This movie tell story about On 15 January 2009, the world witnessed the ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ when Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger glided his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard. However, even as Sully was being heralded by the public and the media for his unprecedented feat of aviation skill, an investigation was unfolding that threatened to destroy his reputation and career.
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Ratings do matter to consumers and theater directors, especially when it comes to bringing in the bucks at U.S. theaters. Hollywood seems to love the R-rated movies and PG-rated movies, but it’s the PG-13 rating that rake in more of the loot. This could generally be because PG-13 reaches a wider audience for young teens and up. Many people may associate PG films or others for either just children or adults only. The PG-13 movies seem to still push the envelope a little more but don’t require just an adult only audience. It seems to be a rating of “in between” status. Statistics say there are more top rated PG 13 movies in the US such as Gremlins and Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom. Then there is also the captivating movie of natural disaster, Titanic. Titanic is the highest grossest movie in history. There also are many other movies to follow suit to get the PG-13 rated movies on top in bringing in money.
Young and older men and women can attend a PG-13 movie which is a prime target audience in the movie industry. PG movies tend to target the younger generation and families. Of the 100 movies that have grossed the most, 38 of those movies have been PG-13. This is per Box Office Mojo. Still, most of the heavy hitter movies fall into these categories like Monsters, Inc. It seems that a lot of movies are categorized as PG-13, offering more opportunity to bring in a higher gross amount. Some movies the audience may not think were PG-13 that attributed to the gross amount.
Also, with PG-13 movies, the directors have more of a chance for free range, like saying certain words they can use in the movie. The PG-13 tends to offer a little more than cuddly teddy bears and run away balloons. This may be intended to reach a menial audience like the teens again and young adults. After all, these seem to bring in most of the business. Turns out the movies are still a cool place to hang out on the weekends.A big genre in the industry is horror which unfortunately the PG rating is just nonexistent. There have been a lot of horror movies categorized as PG-13 which helped the gross amount for box office sky rocket. Romance movies are categorized as PG-13 more often as well which is also another big genre.
PG movies seem to be very limited so this may cause the gross amount in US theaters to falter next to PG-13 movies. PG-13 movies are limited but can push the envelope as previously stated. When it comes to success, the PG-13 movies have an excellent guarantee to gross a lot more.
Ever since its release in 1988, the beloved and macabre cult classic, Beetlejuice has made fans ask the eternal question: Will there every be a Beetlejuice 2? Well the answer to that question is manifold, but in short order, there almost was a sequel. After Tim Burton, the director of the original Beetlejuice finished filming he planned a sequel that was thankfully never produced. “So what was the name of the almost-filmed Beetlejuice 2?” you might very well ask – Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian. Don’t worry, you were not the only one to cringe upon reading that. Appearently, the idea came about due to the fact that Mr. Burton, having exhausted himself upon the first Beetlejuice and said all he needed to say in it, did not feel like making a sequel. However, the studio had other plans and asked him to come up some ideas for a possible sequel, therefore Burton threw himself into a deep contemplation of the very worst ideas for a continuation of wacky, horror-comedy and decided upon the previously mentioned title.
The screen writer, Jonathan Gems, who would go one to write Mars Attacks!, was commissioned by Burton to write up the script to Beetlejuice 2: Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian. Apparently, according to Mr. Gems, the aesthetic idea for the film was to mix the grim, macabre and off-kilter style of German Expressionism with the sunny, chipper backdrop of a Hawaiian beach getaway. Also, according to Mr. Gems, Tim Burton wanted to mix these two previously mentioned styles not because he thought they would work well together but rather precisely because he knew they would not. In this way he was basically just playing a prank on the studio, one which, quite surprisingly, they fell for, hook line and sinker. In fact the studio loved the idea for Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian that they vigorously got Michael Keaton, who played the original character of Betelgeuse after whom the film was named, and Winona Ryder, (who played Lydia in the film) on board for the sequel.
One of the only reasons the doubtlessly disastrous sequel was not made was due to the fact that in the late 80s Tim Burton began working on Batman. And since Micheal Keaton was cast as Batman/Bruce Wayne himself, the studio could not rightfully expect him to play both the dark knight and the mischievous and sinisterly eccentric Betelgeuse at the same time.
More recently, Micheal Keaton was asked if he had heard anything about a sequel to Beetlejuice. Mr. Keaton replied that he had not and that he (meaning actors) typically were among the last to know just what was going on with any particular feature or project. When asked about whether he believed there would be a sequel he seemed quite pessimistic, saying only that it seemed highly unlikely and that he felt that, “It’s possible that ship has sailed.” Regardless of whether or not this will hold true (as someone else could always be cast as Betelgeuse) it’s certain that Keaton has not been working on a Beetlejuice sequel himself as he will be appearing in Spider-Man: Homecoming as Vulture, a high flying super villain.