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Thread started 01/05/18 5:53am

Hudson

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Your most anticipated movies of 2018?

Right now these are the only ones I'm planning on paying to see in a theater. 4 and 7 I won't see until rental if they get a limited release only.


01. A Star is Born
02. Mary Poppins Returns
03. Solo: A Star Wars Story
04. Red Sparrow
05. The Incredibles 2
06. A Wrinkle in Time
07. Love, Simon
08. Ocean's 8
09. The Purge 3
10. Fantastic Beasts 2

11. Wreck-It Ralph 2

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Reply #1 posted 01/05/18 8:15am

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i'm looking forward to Fantastic Beasts 2. the first was a lot of fun

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Reply #2 posted 01/05/18 8:18am

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The Commuter, in which Liam Neeson apparently kills everyone on a commuter train. Can't miss!

The Widows, in which some robbers all die before the big job, and their widows decide to pull it off.

A Quiet Place, in which Jim from "The Office" and his family live somewhere that has monsters who will eat them if they make any noise.

And of course, anything starring Arnold or Stallone. Or Arnold AND Stallone.

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Reply #3 posted 01/05/18 9:25am

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I think that I'm going to take a leave of absence from work for most of 2018 so that I can watch all the great movies coming out.

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Reply #4 posted 01/05/18 9:56am

EmmaMcG

RodeoSchro said:

The Commuter, in which Liam Neeson apparently kills everyone on a commuter train. Can't miss!

The Widows, in which some robbers all die before the big job, and their widows decide to pull it off.

A Quiet Place, in which Jim from "The Office" and his family live somewhere that has monsters who will eat them if they make any noise.

And of course, anything starring Arnold or Stallone. Or Arnold AND Stallone.

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[Edited 1/5/18 8:19am]



Unfortunately Arnie won't be in the next Expendables movie.
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Reply #5 posted 01/05/18 9:58am

EmmaMcG

The movie I'm most looking forward to this year is The Avengers Infinity War. I'm not expecting it to be the best movie of the year, but it's the one I'm most looking forward to seeing.

I'm also really looking forward to The Incredibles 2 and the Han Solo movie.
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Reply #6 posted 01/05/18 10:06am

namepeace

I was going to say Martin Scorcese's The Irishman, featuring De Niro, Pecsi, and Pacino, but it's not dropping until 2019.

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Reply #7 posted 01/05/18 10:09am

namepeace

Mary Magdalene piques my interest, with Rooney Mara in the title role.

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Reply #8 posted 01/05/18 10:11am

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are always my most anticipated, but never the best of the year. Those are almost always some indie/foreign things that sneak up on me.

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Reply #9 posted 01/05/18 11:25am

namepeace

sexton said:

The Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are always my most anticipated, but never the best of the year. Those are almost always some indie/foreign things that sneak up on me.


That reminds me, my first highly anticipated film this year is Black Panther.

We always have to wait to see what shakes out of Sundance and the other fests in the winter and spring to determine what indies and foreign films will capture our attention and Oscar love in the late summer throught the fall.

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Reply #10 posted 01/05/18 1:09pm

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A few more movies I'm looking forward to this year:

Ready Player One. The book is pretty good but it's generally the kind of thing that makes for an awful movie but with Spielberg at the helm, it should be good. Hopefully.

Jurassic World 2. To be honest, I don't have high hopes for this but I felt the same about the previous one and I ended up really liking it. Besides, Jeff Goldblum is back so that's a reason to see it.

Isle of Dogs. The new Wes Anderson movie. Looks similar to the Fantastic Mr. Fox, which I loved.

Alita Battle Angel. The movie James Cameron has been threatening to make for years is now being directed by Robert Rodriguez with Cameron on as producer. Could go either way and I'm sure it will flop at the box office but I'm hopeful it will be a good movie, regardless of its inevitable failure.

Creed 2. I love all the Rocky movies (apart from V) so I've no reason to think I won't love this. Plus, Dolph Lundgren is back as Ivan Drago so it can't be bad. Although if Rocky dies, and I think he will, then I'll be very upset.
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Reply #11 posted 01/05/18 3:22pm

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namepeace said:

sexton said:

The Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are always my most anticipated, but never the best of the year. Those are almost always some indie/foreign things that sneak up on me.


That reminds me, my first highly anticipated film this year is Black Panther.

We always have to wait to see what shakes out of Sundance and the other fests in the winter and spring to determine what indies and foreign films will capture our attention and Oscar love in the late summer throught the fall.

agreed. i'll certainly check out many of the big, gargantuan movies, but it's the small surprises that work their way to the surface that i look forward to the most.

that said, i genuinely cannot wait for paddington 2. the first one was totally charming, a huge favourite of mine, and everything i hear says the sequel is just as great if not better. opens next weekend i believe, and this is the rare time i will tolerate opening weekend crowds.

i'm also interested in annihilation, the upcoming film from alex garland of ex machina fame.

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Reply #12 posted 01/05/18 5:50pm

morningsong

Avatar 2. I mean it has to be ready by now.

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Reply #13 posted 01/05/18 8:22pm

Goddess4Real

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Here is my list popcorn

1. Black Panther

2. The Incredibles 2

3. Jurassic World 2

4. Avengers: Infinity War

5. Deadpool 2

6. Ocean's 8

7. Aquaman

8. Mission Impossible 6

9. Solo: A Star Wars Story

10. Wreck-it Ralph 2

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Reply #14 posted 01/05/18 8:44pm

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morningsong said:

Avatar 2. I mean it has to be ready by now.

Ya think? lol

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Reply #15 posted 01/05/18 9:29pm

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Wes Anderson's Isle Of Dogs

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Reply #16 posted 01/07/18 7:03am

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Probably Avengers, although most superhero movies from last year werent that great.

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Reply #17 posted 01/07/18 10:30am

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Not Star WArs.

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Reply #18 posted 01/08/18 8:42am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Not Star WArs.


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Reply #19 posted 01/10/18 11:26am

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death wish remake

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Reply #20 posted 01/12/18 6:21am

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Solo (100% for sure in theaters--first night first showing) *Trailor rumored to be coming Monday!

Deadpool (90% in theaters)

the Meg (75% in theaters)

Avengers (50% in theaters)



on my watch it at home list


Ant-Man

Black Panther
Death Wish

Aquaman

Equalizer 2

Scarface
Fantastic Beasts

12 Strong

The Girl in the Spiderweb

MI6

Xmen

Venom

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Reply #21 posted 01/12/18 10:43am

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Black Panther

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Reply #22 posted 01/14/18 4:33pm

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I will add one more to my list after watching The Golden Globes.......I, Tonya (2018) I remember this story back in 94 and the trailer looks amazing.....its gonna be released in Australia on 25 Jan so techincally its a 2018 release.

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Reply #23 posted 01/15/18 6:31am

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Definitely Deadpool 2,the new "Predator" film,Scarface remake,and I'm mostly excited for the new "Halloween" movie.This will be the last time Jamie Lee Curtis will be in a Halloween movie.
Also, in December the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" comes out.finally a story of Freddie Mercury on the big screen.it comes out Christmas day!
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Reply #24 posted 01/17/18 3:47am

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Black Panther & Avengers...Panther has already broke pre-sale ticket records for a Marvel movie..

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Reply #25 posted 01/20/18 2:21pm

namepeace

dance4me3121 said:

Definitely Deadpool 2,the new "Predator" film,Scarface remake,and I'm mostly excited for the new "Halloween" movie.This will be the last time Jamie Lee Curtis will be in a Halloween movie. Also, in December the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" comes out.finally a story of Freddie Mercury on the big screen.it comes out Christmas day!


Recent reports have it that the Coen Brothers are re-working the Scarface script, so don't be surprised if it gets pushed to 2019.

I'm with you though, given the cast and the Coens' involvement, I'd love to see it drop this year.

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Reply #26 posted 01/24/18 2:05pm

ShaggyDog

Black Panther and Infinity War.

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Reply #27 posted 01/24/18 3:51pm

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Chancellor said:

Black Panther & Avengers...Panther has already broke pre-sale ticket records for a Marvel movie..

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Reply #28 posted 01/25/18 4:43pm

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1. A Fantastic Woman
2. Annihilation
3. Black Panther
4. The Miseducation of Cameron Post

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