Did you think Jurassic World went too far by having multiple CGI creatures? Do you think the upcoming Jungle Book doesn’t go far enough because it doesn’t have dinosaurs? Do you think there’s even a difference between movie dinosaurs and dragons anyway? If you’ve read this far then you should probably head after the jump to see the first trailer for Disney’s remake of Pete’s Dragon. Watson is really excited about this but even he’ll say “Yeah, but it’s an August release.” But don’t listen to him. Check out the trailer after the jump and make up your own mind!
Universal has decided to move Pitch Perfect 3’s release date from July 21, 2017 to August 4, 2017. Movies opening in August are typically a bad sign, but Universal may be thinking that the Pitch Perfect crowd will see the movie no matter the month and this way they avoid an otherwise crowded release date.
Three other high-profile movies are scheduled for Pitch Perfect 3’s previous release date: a new Christopher Nolan film (no details yet), a new Fox/Blue Sky animated film (no details, but c’mon it’s another Ice Age film, right?), and the new Luc Besson film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (based on a graphic novel I’ve never heard of but now need to read). That’s just the third weekend in July, 2017; the first weekend still has Pirates of the Caribbean 5 while the second weekend should see the third Planet of the Apes reboot. The fourth weekend still has Sony’s latest solo Spider-Man movie on the calendar–quite a month.
Although details about Pitch Perfect 3 haven’t been revealed I’m guessing the ladies start off having fun, then they start to lose, then they participate in some strange amateur competition which motivates them to bring out their best and then they win the big contest at the end. Call it a hunch.
This week, I unveiled my Top 20 and bottom 20 movies. What about the other 105 flicks that made up the crazy list? For your browsing amusement, here is the ENTIRE list of 2014 movies viewed by Gabbing Geek film fan extraordinaire. Enjoy!
The best films of the year deserve much greater examination. For a full review of each film #1-10, check out my list.