New York thriller - French style…
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The 2014 Film: George Clooney's fifth time behind the camera unites a heck of a cast in John Goodman, Bill Murray, Matt Damon and Cate Blanchett. The plot centres on a WW2 platoon who attempt to steal back precious art from the Nazis.Most Exciting Element: That phenomenal cast. Goodman and Murray trading barbs? YES PLEASE.
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Dec 2nd 2013, 8:51
'We haven't had a TMNT movie since the disappointing third movie in 1993...' What about the disappointing 2007 Turtles film TMNT?
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Dec 2nd 2013, 11:10
50 Shades has been moved to 2015 hasn't it?
Dec 2nd 2013, 12:32
"Fifty Shades of Grey" but no "Nymph()maniac"? Where's the justice?
Dec 2nd 2013, 12:40
I can't wait for Guardians of The Galaxy.
Dec 2nd 2013, 13:23
Where the absolute f**k is The Raid 2???
Dec 2nd 2013, 13:33
The Secret Service, directed by Matthew Vaughn, should most definitely be on this list.
Dec 2nd 2013, 13:36
@FBCScott... I think you left out "live action"
Dec 2nd 2013, 15:07
Never mind my comment, I just found out The Secret Service isn't released until March of 2015
Dec 2nd 2013, 16:47
Why 12 Years as a Slave and Wolf of Wall Street? 12 Years has been playing for over a month now and Wolf comes out on Xmas. Still 2013 by my calendar...
Dec 2nd 2013, 17:51
I was excited about TMNT until I saw Megan Fox was in it.
Dec 3rd 2013, 0:45
Inherent Vice surely????
Dec 3rd 2013, 14:37
impossiblefunky - Because the UK is lame, we always get those Oscar type of movies late.
Dec 4th 2013, 1:07
No one is looking forward to Transformers 4.
Dec 5th 2013, 21:01
my roomate's sister-in-law earned $14851 last month. she is getting paid on the laptop and moved in a $499100 house. All she did was get blessed and put to work the clues exposed on this web site >>>> ＪＵＭＰ２６．ＣＯＭ
Dec 5th 2013, 22:02
Xmen film for me is the MUST see for me!!
Dec 11th 2013, 0:59
I love X-Men, Her and Noah, but there are some that are leaving gaping holes, namely:
Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice"
Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" (a film that took 12 years to shoot)
Two Terrence Malick films (probably not in the same year, but one is coming out next year)
David Fincher's "Gone Girl"
And the other disappointment, of course, is Megan Fox. Seriously, I could have done better casting.
Dec 11th 2013, 12:28
Fast and Furious 7 ?
Dec 11th 2013, 15:36
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is easily my most anticipated film period, next to The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Dec 11th 2013, 17:02
wasnt Days of future past #1 yesterday?? what happened Totalfilm? a change of opinion now of a sudden?
Dec 22nd 2013, 2:09
Actually I quite enjoyed Battleship. frankly I don't understand what everyone has against it. Aside from that it was a board game & just a SUMMER no thinker blow things up movie. I've watched it more times than Avengers which in all honesty WAS the better movie, but if that didn't come out a week or 2 before I DAMN well know Battleship would have been in the #1 slot for at least a week (or so til vengers came out) It just did bad at the box office because eeryone was watching Avengers!
Dec 26th 2013, 14:41
Christ, people actually look forward to the Expendables films?
Dec 27th 2013, 12:55
Shutter Island was s**t, but Wall Street looks good. However, 50 Shades (as with the book) will be unmitigated b******t. Read some proper literature, morons!
Dec 27th 2013, 17:07
The Raid 2: Berandal???
Dec 27th 2013, 17:50
I wasn't that excited for Godzilla but after the trailer I am counting down the days till its release.
Dec 27th 2013, 21:40
out of the furnace? her? wolf of wall street? 12 years a slave? Guys, you went full retard by putting those in this list
Dec 27th 2013, 22:28
Wow...that's the least impressive list I've seen so far this year...put me down for 4 (MAYBE 5) of 'em...
Dec 28th 2013, 0:22
Wow seriously you put Expendables 3, but there's no The Raid 2 on the lists?
Feb 4th 2014, 3:40
Number 38: I, Frankenstein
"In a bit of a departure from Mark Shelley's original novel, the plot of this action flick sees the monster caught in a war between two immortal races."
Mary Shelly wrote the novel, not "Mark"
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