12ptCourier’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

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There are a lot of movies coming out next year that didn’t make this list. A few that deserve a mention are Mission Impossible 5, Ant Man, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. I really enjoy those franchises, but I feel like I’ve already seen what they have to offer, and I’m excited for something a little different in 2015.

THE LIST:

#10: INSIDE OUT

I love Pixar movies and the trailer looks really cute.

#9: CRIMSON PEAK
I am excited about anything Guillermo del Toro is directing.

#8: UNTITLED SPIELBERG COLD WAR SPY THRILLER
I know nothing about this film except that it’s directed by Spielberg, stars Tom Hanks, and is about a cold war spy. ‘Nuff Said.

#7: JURASSIC WORLD

I am very scared of being let down by this movie. But it still hits my top 10. Because Jurassic Park.

#6: THE HATEFUL EIGHT
Because Quentin Tarantino.

#5: CHAPPIE

Neill Blomkamp is one of my favorite new directors. District 9 is one of the best Sci-fi movies I’ve ever seen. I also really enjoyed Elysium despite unfavorable reviews. I’m very excited to see his next film.

#4: THE MARTIAN
I still have faith in Ridley Scott despite his recent string of movies. I haven’t read this book yet, but it is rated one of the best of the year. Also — Matt Damon.

#3: 007: SPECTRE
I love James Bond. I grew up watching these movies with my grandparents. I’m in the Daniel Craig camp. I think this new era of James Bond movies are fantastic — with Casino Royale being one of my favorite movies of all time. I don’t know a whole lot of details about Spectre, but it’s #3 on this list because — James Bond.

#2: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

I really love the original Mad Max movies. The fact this new one is from the same creator and an all-star cast has me really excited. But perhaps the most exciting thing about it was the trailer. Which is probably not only the best trailer of the year, but maybe the best trailer I have ever seen.

#1: STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS

I have never felt more anticipation for a movie in my life. Maybe that statement isn’t totally true. But that is how I feel right now. My entire childhood evolved around the original three films, and the trailer brought back those feelings. Not the prequel feels… but the original feels. I can not wait to see this movie opening night.

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